How Our Best-Selling Minoxidil Spray Helps Regrow Hair to Its Maximum Fullness

The Regenepure Precision Minoxidil Hair Loss Treatment Spray has forever changed the way men fight back against male pattern baldness. Use it twice a day and experience exceptional hair regrowth for yourself.

Minoxidil is thought to induce an early anagen phase when it’s applied to your scalp, meaning it can cause hair follicles to go through the rest of the growth process prematurely before starting to grow again. Since minoxidil can start a fresh anagen phase for some of your hair follicles, it usually takes several months before you’ll notice any effects on hair growth. Most studies indicate that the results from minoxidil usually start to show after six months, with few or no visible results in the first three months of use.In one clinical study, 26% of men reported moderate to dense hair regrowth, after using minoxidil topical treatment for 4 months. This shows that minoxidil does work if it’s used consistently.

What makes our minoxidil spray superior?

Regenepure Precision 5% Minoxidil Spray is specially designed for men. The fine mist applicator ensures a clean and targeted application of minoxidil without any cleanup.

  • The only FDA-approved solution to regrow hair
  • Breakthrough mist applicator delivers even spray and directly targets the scalp—exactly where it needs to be—without the mess or wasting product
  • Extra-strength 5% Minoxidil for men
  • Clean and targeted application with no mess

How Common Is Hair Loss?

Male pattern hair loss (MPHL), also known as androgenetic alopecia (AGA), affects the majority of men by the age of 50. In fact, around one-third of men are already suffering from AGA by the age of 30. For those who start losing their hair during their teenage years or 20s, this problem can be especially devastating. The cause behind AGA is due to the adverse impact of androgens upon human hair follicles. In particular, the male hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT) attacks scalp hair follicles in those with the genetic susceptibility. Over time, DHT gradually shrinks hair follicles to the point of no return when they become fine miniaturized vellus hairs that are invisible to the naked eye.



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DHT: The Main Culprit of Hair Loss

Men with male pattern baldness have hair follicles that are hypersensitive to the effects of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone(DHT). DHT is a derivative of testosterone, with the former much more potent than the latter. Ironically, while DHT hurts scalp hair growth, it benefits body hair growth. In early childhood and into puberty, DHT is crucial for male genitalia differentiation and subsequent development. DHT also ensures growth of body hair in men. However, in later years, DHT causes prostate gland enlargement and male pattern hair loss. Most research seems to indicate that reducing DHT levels in later years does not seem to cause any major health problems in men.


Male Pattern Hair Loss

Male pattern hair loss is believed to be caused by a combination of genetics and the male hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Hair loss primarily affects the top and front of the scalp. In males, the hair loss often presents as a receding hairline.


Disease Associated

Medical conditions that can cause hair loss include thyroid disease, alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles) and scalp infections like ringworm. Diseases that cause scarring, such as lichen planus and some types of lupus, can result in permanent hair loss because of the scarring.



Traction alopecia is most commonly found in people with ponytails or cornrows who pull on their hair with excessive force. In addition, rigorous brushing, heat styling and rough scalp massage can damage the cuticle, the hard outer casing of the hair. This causes individual strands to become weak and break off, reducing overall hair volume.



Certain drugs can contribute to excess hair growth, changes in hair color or texture and hair loss. Drug-induced hair loss, like any other type of hair loss, can have a real effect on your self-esteem.

Minoxidil Options Available For Men

Minoxidil spray has proven to be a fan favorite because of its ease of use and virtually no-mess application. The swivel-head applicator of minoxidil spray delivers the minoxidil directly to your hair follicles with an even coat spread over your bald spots for maximum effectiveness.


Minoxidil Precision Spray

The revolutionary unique swivel spray applicator directly targets bald spots and delivers an even mist of the FDA-approved minoxidil, which is quickly absorbed into the hair follicles.


Minoxidil Foam

Using foam is messy and ineffective, as theminoxidil does not reach folliclesand remains on hair strands. It also stains caps, hats, scarves and even bedding.


Minoxidil Liquid

Minoxidil liquid has even more disadvantages then the foam—mainly spillage, the potential of unwanted hair growth on the forehead and face and the liquid not being absorbed fully into the desired areas.

Before and After Minoxidil Spray

Minoxidil 5% FDA-approved treatment for male pattern hair loss in men is thought to induce an early anagen phase when it’s applied to your scalp, meaning it can cause hair follicles to go through the rest of the growth process prematurely before starting to grow again. Minoxidil takes 4-6 months before an individual should assess whether or not it helps. * Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Frequently Asked Questions

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...
Yes, you can safely use RegenePure Precision for as long as necessary to maintain results.
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,...
The minoxidil hair loss treatment is designed to be used twice a day: morning and night for men and once daily form women.
Minoxidil is a hair loss and hair regrowth treatment that’s widely used to treat male pattern hair loss. Like most hair loss treatments, minoxidil begins...