The agent Nanoxidil, which is responsible for opening the ion channels, has a larger molecular weight than Minoxidil. This is the reason it is absorbed better by the skin. Clinical studies have shown that Nanoxidil has much fewer side effects than Minoxidil.
Does nanoxidil regrow hair?
The study reveals that people who have used nanoxidil to treat hair loss can achieve up to a 28.6% increase in hair growth in just three months after the onset of treatment.
Is nanoxidil FDA approved?
It has been reported that nanoxidil has fewer side effects and higher efficacy. However, the drug will only be approved by FDA for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia after its long-term effects have been studied.
Does nanoxidil really work?
While nanoxidil in general is a fairly new product, Green tells us it has proven very effective in treating hair loss because nanoxidil “has a smaller molecular weight, which allows it to penetrate the scalp faster, resulting in a better absorption rate,” she says.
Is there anything better than Minoxidil?
“Finasteride is by far the more clinically effective medication compared to minoxidil,” Gary Linkov, MD, of City Facial Plastics in New York City tells WebMD Connect to Care. Linkov does caution that finasteride can cause sexual side effects such as decreased semen and reduced sexual desire.
Does Redensyl grow hair?
Redensyl activates productive hair cells supporting hair growth. Redensyl is most effective when used in the telogen phase.
Why minoxidil is bad?
Minoxidil can cause salt and water to build up in your body. This can lead to congestive heart failure. Your doctor should prescribe that you take a diuretic with minoxidil to help prevent this.
Does minoxidil age your face?
There is currently a great buzz on the internet world that topical minoxidil affects collagen synthesis and affects facial skin by promoting facial aging. To date, there is no good evidence in the medical literature that minoxidil promotes aging of the face.
Does Nanoxidil have to be used forever?
Answer: Yes forever and yes your hair will fallout again if you stop. I used it for two months and did absolutely nothing for me.
Can I switching from Minoxidil to Nanoxidil?
Yes. The change or switch in using minoxidil to nanoxidil is completely safe. Most dermatologist would recommend when you do switch, to alternate the products to ease into the change of product on your scalp and within a few days, make a complete switch if desired.
Can I use both Minoxidil and Nanoxidil?
YES, you can use both Minoxidil and Nanoxidil together as a treatment for hair loss and hair growth. Because they act through different pathways, the products can work together simultaneously.