to understand, Rogaine doesn’t target the underlying cause of the problem. As
mentioned earlier, it doesn’t target any hormone of your body, including DHT.
Therefore if DHT is the main reason of the problem, the efficacy of this
medicine is very low.
is still no any detailed scientific study that specifically explores the
effectiveness of Minoxidil on receding hairline. So it’d be better if to view
this topical hair loss solution as something with ‘potential’ benefits when it
comes to treating receding hairline. Don’t think it will become a guaranteed
way to fix your hairline.
the results from the treatment are not permanent. If it works on your hairline,
it may take weeks or months to see your hair growth improvements. You need to
keep up with its application to sustain your hair growth. If you discontinue
using the treatment, hair loss on the treatment area may occur again.
seems Rogaine doesn’t guarantee that it will stop receding hairline permanently.
But since it’s practical solution and affordable, some people are quite
satisfied with it. Even if your problem has to do with high DHT, consider using
Rogaine with finasteride, a DHT blocker. Together, they may work more
effectively to provide a synergistic effect hair growth solution – one study