No. Being outside in the sun does not lead to hair loss; however, the sun can cause the skin of the scalp to age and lead to the development of skin cancer. It’s important to wear a hat or use sunscreen when you head outdoors.
Yes. Gels, hair sprays, pomades, mousses and other products can be used during treatment. Just apply RegenePure Precision first, and ensure that it has dried before you use your regular styling aids.
For best results, you should spray RegenePure Precision onto dry hair. If you’re pressed for time after your shower, remove excess water from your hair with a towel before using the formula.
Yes, the formula can be safely used prior to heat styling and hair-drying, but to protect your hair, use your blow dryer’s lowest setting.
We don’t recommend swimming immediately following application of the formula, as this can wash away the formula and decrease its effectiveness. It is fine, however, to swim or get your hair wet hours after application.
The minoxidil hair loss treatment is designed to be used twice a day: morning and night for men and once daily form women.
Without regular use of RegenePure Precision, the narrowing of your hair follicles will lead to renewed hair loss. If you discontinue use of the product, new growth will typically be lost within 3 to 4 months. The fine mist applicator spray is designed to make it as easy as possible to continue to use RegenePure Precision to maintain your results.
Yes, you can safely use RegenePure Precision for as long as necessary to maintain results.
The very first hairs that grow during RegenePure Precision treatment will be fine, soft, and almost colorless. You may even have a difficult time seeing this new growth at first. As you continue treatment, the hair will darken to match your hair color and will increase in thickness.
Common side effects of Minoxidil include:
Temporary edema (swelling)
If these side effects of Minoxidil persist or worsen, tell your doctor promptly. Other side effects of Minoxidil include:
Breast pain or tenderness, or
Changes in the color, length, or thickness of body or facial hair.