Regaine Foam & How it Works?

Regaine Foam For Men (Contains Minoxidil) - When it comes to a hair loss treatment for men, there's nothing quite like Regaine Foam. Regaine Foam (also known as Rogaine Foam in America), contains 5% minoxidil and in clinical testing, Regaine Foam re-grew hair in 85% of men after 4 months when used twice daily. And because it's a foam, there is no hassle and no mess. It goes on easy and dries quickly. So your daily routine is never interrupted:

  • Helps reverse the progression of hereditary hair loss
  • Apply directly to your scalp twice a day, every day
  • It goes on easy and dries quickly

How Does Regaine Work?

Regaine contains the active ingredient Minoxidil which works by increasing the supply of blood and nutrients to the hair follicles, strengthening existing hair and stimulating secondary growth. This produces thicker, longer, more-visible hair. Regaine achieves these results without affecting male hormones.

Minoxidil, the active ingredient in Regaine, reinvigorates shrunken hair follicles ? they increase in size and regrow thicker hair over time.

Regaine works by stimulating hair follicle growth. Regaine Foam and Solution contain the active ingredient minoxidil, the only over-the-counter treatment clinically proven to help prevent further hair loss. Using Regaine for men twice daily can even reverse the process, resulting in regrowth.

Minoxidil works by helping the blood flow to the hair follicles and increasing follicular size and hair shaft diameter, stimulating and prolonging hair growth. It has been shown to help prevent further hair loss in 4 out of 5 men and help stimulate regrowth for a thicker, fuller head of hair.

What is it like to use Regaine Foam?

Step 1 - Part your hair to expose your scalp, making sure your scalp is towel-dry.

Step 2 - Turn the can upside down and press the nozzle to dispense the topical foam onto your fingers ? about half a capful.

Step 3 - Rub the foam into your scalp and gently massage it throughout the hair-loss area. Wash your hands and you're done.