Hello guys, this post is for the people who don’t believe rogain foam works or is of much benefit. I’ve been using it for over a year now and i’ve noticed a couple of things that will decide how good the results will be. I’ve been using it for a little over a year now. The first 4 or 5 months i was using it,i had long hair and don’t think i was getting it deep into the scalp. Also, i wasn’t using it twice daily on the daily basis. So i shaved my head awhile back. Its extremely easy to apply with a shaved head or buzz hair cut. I also took time off from work, so i was able to take my time applying it and not just throwing it on and watching it run down everywhere. It’s about 2 months since i shaved my head and my hair looks pretty amazing! My thinning spot in the back has completely thickened up, thickness all over my entire head(applied the foam all over my scalp). My receding hairline has thickened up and filled in with numerous new hairs. My temple hair has a lot of new regrowth and also my hairline. This reminds me of how good avodart did for me. The results are WAY better than what propecia ever did for me. I never got any new regrowth from popecia and the best part is, no sexual side effects!
The bad side of using the rogain foam on the entire scalp is, i go trough a whole can,within one week! So it will be very expensive doing it that way. Also, i get a lot more facial and body hair growth,i mean hair is growing all over the place. I also get some chest pains rarely.
I do believe you need to catch your hair loss early though in order to get really good benefits. Also, try to keep the foam in a cool area so that when you use it, it’s still foamy, as opposed to it being in a hot area, which makes the foam very liquidy and runs all over the scalp.
The stuff is amazing and i can’t believe i over looked it this whole time, while taking pills that screws your hormones up.
If you’re patient, take your time applying the foam, and in the norwood 2-3 range, you’ll be amazed if you develope a good habit of applying it. Just my two cents.