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Rogaine 3x3-month supply - $72.98 AC, AR @ Walgreens.com w/ VISA Checkout ($8.11 per bottle)

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Walgreens has a friends and family promotion going on right now, 20% off your order or some items have BOGO or BTGO (buy two get one free). Rogaine is BTGO.

Mens 3-count foam is $53.99 with BTGO promotion: https://www.walgreens.com/store/c...02-product

Walgreens also has a $10 off $50 promotion (thru 4/15/17) for using VISA Checkout as the payment option.

Rogaine's website (if you sign up for an account) lets you get a $25 rebate check if you submit a receipt showing the purchase of TWO Rogaine items (Link: https://www.rogainerewards.com/fe...rebate2017 )

$53.99 x 2 = $107.98
-$10 off $50 coupon = $97.98
-$25 rebate = $72.98

$72.98 / 9 units = $8.11 per unit.

Not the cheapest I have ever found (I did $6.34 per, back in October, at CVS with a curbside promotion plus web-discount: https://slickdeals.net/e/9213491-roagine-foam-3-pack-19-74-before-tax-ac-ar-ap-cvs-via-curbside?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1. Not very often do you get those mixed together)


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If this is your first order on Walgreens.com, you can use the code 15WELCOME for 15% off orders of $50 or more, which makes it even better.
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Costco one is still cheaper
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Always wondered. Does this really work?
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Always wondered. Does this really work?
I use it for facial hair and although it says do not use it anywhere other than scalp, it works for my facial hair growth
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I use it for facial hair and although it says do not use it anywhere other than scalp, it works for my facial hair growth
It worked on my chest just like for you on your face. Was referring to hair thou
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Costco one is still cheaper
Kirkland Brand is perfectly acceptable. It can be found easily even cheaper than at Costco. Without even trying I found 9 bottles $31 cheaper that this deal. Since the OP deal is specifically for Rogaine Brand I won't thumbs down.
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Always wondered. Does this really work?
Almost completly bald. Grew and keeping all my hair now. Just beware. I stop usiing it for a couple of month and withing 2 months o lost all my hair again. It took me 8 month to grow all back again.

It works but most people give up to soon. I use a bunch of thing together for hairloss and now i have more hair than i did 15 years ago which i was balding.

Now. I dont use the along. This only help to other regimen i use. Everything combine make for a good maintainace or/and regrowth if u have the dicipline to do it consistantly.
Rogaine foam 2x a day, dut 1mg a day, biotin 10,000, msm, 2,000. I tried finasteride but it just doesnt work well for me, dut is doing wonder.

Notice that minoxidil if it is rogain or other brand. Works best (on me) with damp hair (not dry) towel dry and apply foam right after.

This is a good price. But a foam bottle only last me 2 weeks. I like tp have full coverage since my hairlos is my entire front mid back.
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Costco 5% minoxidil liquid is about $17 for 6 bottles.

I add some saw palmetto, zinc sulfate, vitamin b6 and a couple of drops of neem oil (all pure) to mine. If you browse around on the hair regrowth sites you'll find a variety of recipes that people use to improve on basic minoxidil.
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Accept your baldness people!
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Kirkland Brand is perfectly acceptable. It can be found easily even cheaper than at Costco. Without even trying I found 9 bottles $31 cheaper that this deal. Since the OP deal is specifically for Rogaine Brand I won't thumbs down.
72.98-31=41.98
41.98/9=$4.66

So where did you find Kirkland Brand cheaper than at Costco?Cool
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Costco 5% minoxidil liquid is about $17 for 6 bottles.

I add some saw palmetto, zinc sulfate, vitamin b6 and a couple of drops of neem oil (all pure) to mine. If you browse around on the hair regrowth sites you'll find a variety of recipes that people use to improve on basic minoxidil.
@jo55jo where do you source the other items you add to the mino cocktail, if you don't mind to share? TIA
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Costco one is still cheaper
Second this. Kirkland brand at Costco costs $45 and from what I have found since last 8 months of use, gives me less side effects then Rogaine.
Maybe I am the only one who gets dark circles and fine lines on forehead when using Rogaine but Kirkland foam doesn't seem to affect me to that extent.
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@jo55jo where do you source the other items you add to the mino cocktail, if you don't mind to share? TIA
They are common ingredients available on the net or in some health food stores. But that is just what I use. There are many mixture combinations and people who spend a lot of time experimenting.

Take a look at these sites for example. Just beware that there is a lot of spam, advertising and general BS on these sites that you have to wade around.

http://www.regrowth.com/
https://baldingblog.com/
http://forum.hairsite.com/c/topicals-shampoos

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Always wondered. Does this really work?
Yes. 3 people I know use it (myself included) and have varied levels of success. My fiance had been losing hair for a while and I got her using it. I actually have her using the men's solution. Her mom said she notices new hair growth where there was none. I compared the ingredients of the womens and mens bottles and it is the exact same. I asked Rogaine for their explanation and they gave me some BS. The only difference is that the womens bottle is 3% minoxidil, once a day, while mens is 5% twice daily.

I started using it on the crown. The box, and most minoxidil products you buy, will say that the product is ONLY intended for the crown of your head (https://www.bloghairtransplant.co...rown-8.jpg ). My mom's cousin is a dermatologist and said that the box only says that because the medical studies were only done for that part of the head - grad students meticulously counted number of hair follicles on the crown during the medical trials. But in reality it is a chemical like any other. It works anywhere. I use it on the crown as well as from the crown to the front of my head as my dad said I had some thinning issues in that area as well. Consider the history of minoxidil as well. The chemical used to be given orally to treat ulcers. In trials which proved it didn't cure ulcers, doctors noticed it was a good vasodilator. In trials for vasodilation, docs noticed a side effect was new hair growth which led to trials for hair regrowth. Moral of the story is...considering that giving minoxidil orally (meaning it gets to the bloodstream via the intestines) resulted in hair regrowth implies that you can use minoxidil anywhere on the body. Just as an aside, my fiance applies it to three locations on her head - the top of her head, and the sides - and she has had new hair growth on the back of her neck.

My friend (male) has been using the topical generic solution from Target. He has had bad balding for years, since high school. At the time when I discovered he was using minoxidil, I probably hadn't seen him in 6 months or so. When I saw him I was really surprised and told him his hair looked different. And he then told me he was using minoxidil, which explained everything. Of course, because he was at that point of balding he wasn't getting FULL regrowth, but he had a really noticeable improvement.

That being said...(comments from my dermatologist cousin):
  • the best results will be if you start early (in your 20's). Starting in your 50's/60's probably will yield you some results, but if you are in your 20's and have hair loss, start sooner than later.
  • if you use minoxidil, and start early enough, you MIGHT actually reverse the hair loss
  • if you stop, you might lose the gains you had. Unfortunately, it is a life change Stick Out Tongue
Comments from my dad (a retired physician):
  • my dad is old school and thinks that using the original brand of the prescribed medication is best, not the off-brand generics. When it comes to ibeuprofin, he couldn't give a rats ass about brand, but for stuff like Nexium and Rogaine, he thinks it is important to use the original brand.
  • He also believes that once you start on one brand, you should stick to it. Generally these pharma companies put their own blend of chemicals in their product, so if you change brands your hair might respond differently to a new brand. So, if you start with CostCo minoxidil, stick with it. If you start with Target brand, stick with it. If you start with Rogaine, stick with it.

Based off my 2.5 years of use (I started in Nov 2014), the primary result will be fuller follicles. If you have thinning follicles, minoxidil will make them fuller and thicker. Secondary result will be new follicle growth. It won't be substantial, but it will occur. Moreover, the growth won't be limited to where you apply the chemical. I have never, in my 2.5 years, experienced any of the negative side effects mentioned on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minoxidil. I can show you a picture of my growth from Nov 2014 to now if you want.
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I tried rogaine but couldn't handle the itching and felt like it was scratching more hair off. so I stop taking after one supply. I keep hair short now, but does it itch for any of you guys.
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