While after some further research I come to the conclusion that a three month test of Rogaine might not be enough time. Even though there have been people who seen improvement in three months the majority of people truly notice a difference in six months. I currently have a three month supply of liquid Rogaine and I believe I will buy an additional three month supply for total of six months test of Rogaine. This way at least I’ll know for sure if minoxidil is truly going to do anything for me, hopefully new hair growth.
It turns out I have a longtime friend who is actually been using Rogaine for number of years now. He never mentioned it before to me until I told him I was going to try Rogaine for my bald spot as an experiment. Funny enough he never brought it up in conversation with me because I never talked about my hair loss and just figured I didn’t care much about it. Anyway he explained to me he started with Rogaine liquid and then eventually switched over to Rogaine foam. He is quite happy with the Rogaine foam for couple reasons, he feels is better absorbed and it’s much easier to apply to the thinning areas of the scalp.
Consequently he recommends I switch over to the foam after I’m done with my liquid Rogaine.
He’s a real cheap guy and started with the generic minoxidil right from the beginning and has had good results according to him. All I can attest to is he hasn’t had any visible hair loss since I’ve known him so I guess the minoxidil’s been doing its job. So I decided to try Rogaine liquid for three months and see how that goes and then try Rogaine foam and just keep using the one I prefer the most. I have to admit though the foam does seem more convenient however I prefer results much more than convenience.
A very common question among men of all ages and women is does Rogaine really work. For men and women alike losing your hair or going bald can be a troubling circumstance. Nobody wants to see their head full of hair suddenly start to thin out. Cosmetically speaking it can be very emotionally devastating as your hair slowly falls out. Consequently people have for hundreds of years have searched for a cure for baldness and general hair loss. So far in the United States there are only two FDA approved treatments for hair loss Rogaine and Propecia. As a side note minoxidil is Rogaine in generic form. So after considerable research I decided to try Rogaine before anything else.In the future I might incorporate Propecia and a laser comb.