Boots.Com : Regaine 3 Months Supply £39.99
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Boots.Com : Regaine 3 Months Supply £39.99

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Found 28th May 2012
Boots currently have offers on Regaine and the 3 month supply is reduced to £49.99 from £69.90.

Use REGAINE10 to get a further £10 off of this to bring it down to £39.99. Add something cheap for free shipping.

Remember QuidCo (3%) / TCB (3.03%).

Now let the hair loss jokes begin....

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Real men won't use this.

Boot polish, or a hat would be cheaper

Seriously though, it seems a good saving on the RRP

Original Poster

mminghella

Boot polish, or a hat would be cheaper



You could always get some captain terry's spray-on hair....

Or buy 3 sets of clippers and get 10% off which will last a lifetime £15.29 each

http://www.boots.com/en/Babyliss-for-Men-22-Piece-Clipper-Kit_1000112/

Hats also available

why don't you guys just buy the kirkland minox off of Ebay instead. It's cheaper and does the same job but i admit if you don't like a somewhat oily residue and don't mind paying the jumped up premium here for the brand then go for it. I don't care much for the digs of the posters above and their 'solutions' cause if this affects you and your wanting to buy minox i'd say a better long term solution is something cheaper that's easier on the wallet.

You will be using this stuff forever if your wanting to keep your hair so decide how much your willing to pay and go with the product that fits your wallet.

I have often wondered if this stuff really works. Good reduction for those that need/want to use it.

If you want to keep your "regrowth" you have to keep buying it

Original Poster

aurora

I have often wondered if this stuff really works. Good reduction for … I have often wondered if this stuff really works. Good reduction for those that need/want to use it.



I have wondered too and will find out soon enough lol

It worked for me, but taking finasteride tablets worked even better.

Original Poster

deco105

It worked for me, but taking finasteride tablets worked even better.



Are they not fraught with side effects?

numb3r9

Are they not fraught with side effects?



you end up with "woody" problems, well documented for Finasteride. MINOXIDIL has it own issues with fine lines and dark rings around the eyes and general giving the user bad skin, which is permanent.

I suggest wait for a better product and use a clipper and buy a pint.

From wiki it kills cats too! don't let it near your pussy!

Side effects

Common side effects of minoxidil include burning or irritation of the eye, itching, redness or irritation at the treated area, as well as unwanted hair growth elsewhere on the body. Users should stop treatment and seek medical attention right away if they experience any of the following serious side effects: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); chest pain; dizziness; fainting; fast heartbeat; sudden, unexplained weight gain; swollen hands or feet.[10]

Alcohol present in topical preparations may dry the scalp, resulting in dandruff.[11] Side effects of oral minoxidil may include swelling of the face and extremities, rapid and irregular heartbeat, lightheadedness, cardiac lesions, and focal necrosis of the papillary muscle and subendocardial areas of the left ventricle.[12] There have been cases of allergic reactions to minoxidil or the non-active ingredient propylene glycol, which is found in some topical minoxidil formulations. Pseudoacromegaly is an extremely rare side effect reported with large doses of oral minoxidil.[13]

Paradoxically, hair loss is a common side effect of minoxidil treatment.[14] Manufacturers note that minoxidil-induced hair loss is a common side effect and describe the process as "shedding". Although this phenomenon demonstrates that minoxidil is indeed affecting hair follicles, manufacturers offer no guarantee that the new hair loss will be replaced with hair growth. The speculated reason for this shedding is the encouragement of hairs already in the telogen phase to shed early.

Minoxidil is highly toxic to cats and may cause death with just inadvertent skin contact.


Edited by: "cf15" 28th May 2012

NARMAK

I don't care much for the digs of the posters above and their 'solutions'

OK, keep your hair on!

Sorry, couldn't resist...
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