We know what you're thinking, how the hell do you say Minoxidil and why should I care what it is? Well, if you're absolutely fuc*ing fed up dealing with early onset men's hair loss, Minoxidil will be your new favourite word. (Let's practice, MI-NOX-I-DIL...nice one.)
What is Minoxidil?
Minoxidil is a topical hair restoration agent, basically, that means you put these miracle drops directly on your head. The drug was first prescribed orally as pills to treat high blood pressure, but after noticing unexpected hair growth in patients it was sent to trials to treat hair loss. All of the trials were highly successful!
How Does Minoxidil Work Exactly?
Not to get too scientific, but Minoxidil is a vasodilator which means its purpose is to dilate blood vessels to improve blood flow to certain areas of your body. So when it's applied in a topical, it increases blood flow to the parts of your scalp where hair grows. When you increase the blood flow, more oxygen and nutrients can jump into each hair follicle. This then promotes excellent growth and maintains hair health. Minoxidil also widens out the hair follicle which will result in thicker and longer hair. It's completely safe and effective for everyday use.
It's great for men suffering from male pattern baldness and receding hairlines as it helps to regrow hair that has been lost. Men who are just starting to notice hair loss will also benefit greatly from Minoxidil to improve current hair growth and prevent future hair loss.
Bottom line - blood flow to the scalp is crucial for hair growth guys.
Gone Toppo Spray
We're all about simple routines. We won't make you massage anything into your head for 10 minutes or longer, nope, it's much easier. Gone Toppo is a convenient spray you put on your head after your morning shower and before you lay your head on your pillow every night. That's it! Spray twice a day to ensure your hair is here to stay.
How's Gone Toppo Work?
There are three stages of hair growth, and the Anagen stage is the first/foundational phase which begins creating hair on your scalp. Gone Toppo works to prolong this stage for longer than normal. The longer your hair stays in this stage, the more hair you'll have.
Gone Toppo nourishes your scalp with key nutrients and enhances blood flow to the scalp. Both of these are key to achieving a high production of healthy follicles. The solution is absorbed over the period of many hours to allow as many nutrients to penetrate as possible. It's mess free and stress-free. This product along with our other joebloe products ensures your noggin is receiving the best possible treatment to produce killer locks of hair you crave.
What's in it?
Simple, high-quality, safe ingredients you can feel good about. Each of these enhances and promotes hair growth. They work together to provide the perfect solution. You'll love it.
- Minoxidil 5% - You can read all about this amazing ingredient right above dude.
- Zinc 0.5% - Changes the hair's protein structure to promote hair growth. Also in some cases, it's been proven to change grey hair back to natural colour! Now that's badass.
- Tretinoin 0.01% - Enhances effects of minoxidil and allows for better absorption.
- Caffeine 0.001% - Has positive effects on hair follicles, allowing higher growth rates.
We're all about no lab coats and no bullshit. We know first hand what it's like to lose your hair early on. Our products are easy to use, straight to the point, and really work. Try our clinically proven hair loss products today like Gone Toppo or Little Pals and see for yourself how you can get your killer locks back on track. Everyone deserves incredible hair, and you're no exception. We're throwing new dudes their first month for free when they sign up to our 3 month subscription, to cash in on the offer, click below and get some!
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