Hair Plus Back Scalp Lotion 5% 100ml
Hair Plus Back 5% lotion indicated for the treatment of men's androgenetic alopecia.
The time of onset of hair growth and the percentage of recovery may vary from patient to patient. Although the trend suggests that those users who are younger, have recently begun to go bald, or have a small area of baldness on the top of their head, are more likely to get better results. Individual reactions possible
Dosage and method of application
For men aged 18-65
Dry hair and scalp thoroughly before applying Hair plus back 5% lotion. Apply the drug in an amount of 1 ml to all affected areas of the scalp twice a day. The total dosage should not exceed 2 ml. If fingertips are used to facilitate the application of the drug, then hands should be washed thoroughly. It may take up to 2 months of regular twice daily use before signs of hair growth appear. If hair starts to grow back, continue to apply Hair plus back twice a day to stimulate growth. There is evidence that regrowth of hair may disappear three to four months after discontinuation of the application, and the process of baldness will continue. You should stop using the lotion if there is no improvement after a year of use. The spray bottle is convenient for use on large areas. Aim at the center of the bald area, press once and spread with fingertips over the entire surface. Repeat a total of 6 times to apply 1 ml. Do not inhale spray. Not recommended for use by children and the elderly. The efficacy and safety of the drug for people under 18 years of age and over 65 years of age has not been proven.
Contraindicated Hair plus back 5% Monoxidil – not suitable for women – persons intolerant to minoxidil, ethanol or propylene glycol – hypertensive patients – scalp lesions including psoriasis and sunburn – not used in combination with dressings and other topical treatments
Before using, you need to make sure that the scalp is healthy. Minoxidil is not only indicated for the treatment of alopecia, but should not be used for other types of hair loss. For example, if there is no family history of baldness, the hair loss is sudden and/or patchy. You should stop using the lotion and consult a doctor if hypotension, rashes, swelling of the hands or feet, or redness is found. Patients with cardiovascular disease or cardiac arrhythmia should consult a physician before use, the lotion is for external use only.
Do not apply to any part of the body other than the scalp. After applying the product, wash your hands thoroughly. Avoid inhalation of vapors of the drug when spraying. Contains ethanol (alcohol), may cause burning and irritation if it gets into the eyes. In case of accidental contact with sensitive surfaces (eyes, damaged skin and mucous membranes), the area should be washed with plenty of cool running water. Some patients experience changes in hair color and / or structure when using the product.
Some users report an increase in hair loss since the start of treatment, which is most likely due to the action of menoxidil, when the resting phase is followed by the active growth phase (old hair falls out as new hair grows in its place). This temporary increase in hair loss usually occurs within 2-6 weeks of use and begins to subside within a few weeks. If the tendency of falling out is observed for more than 2 weeks, you need to stop using and consult a doctor. It must be taken into account that although there have been no cases of overdose of minoxidil when following the instructions for use, but greater absorption due to improper use, individual body reaction, hypersensitivity to the drug or a decrease in the integrity of the epidermal barrier caused by inflammation or disease processes in the skin can lead to , at least theoretically, to various complications. Accidental ingestion can cause serious heart-related side effects.
Interaction with other drugs: Topical medications such as corticosteroids, tretinoin, dithranol, or petrolatum, which, when taken together, may increase the absorption of minoxidil.
Pregnancy and lactation period: There are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. Animal studies have shown a risk to the fetus. The potential risk to humans is unknown. Systemically absorbed minoxidil is excreted in breast milk. Hair plus back lotion should not be used during pregnancy and lactation.
Impact on driving: Does not affect the ability to drive a car or operate machinery.