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it’s recommended to combine the use of this tool with minoxidil rather than use
it alone. One study suggests that the positive effect of thicker hair would be
more powerful with applying minoxidil .
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its efficacy is not conclusive yet (still debatable), though we know there is
some evidence. And ‘Yes’, some people claim it does provide a difference. But
there are also many people doubt its efficacy, even it could be harmful if not
instance, while using this tool before applying minoxidil may help make the
treatment work more effectively (this increases the absorption of minoxidil),
you’re also likely to have side effects from the treatment.
also important to make sure your scalp is ready for small incisions. People
with high risk of infection are usually not recommended to take microneedling.
Ask your doctor first if you have specific skin condition (e.g. eczema),
slow-healing condition (like diabetes), or when you’re taking blood thinners.