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I've been using Walgreen minox 5% for the past Decade or more. It's the closest to the true Rogaine 5% formula that I have found. I have also tried Costcos kirkland, but found that it didn't work for me. It's the difference in the inactive ingredients, hence why kirkland brand is so cheap. I'm not saying kirklands doesn't work, it just didn't work for me. Try it, if it works for you, great. However, Walgreen discontinued it's liquid form so in search of another substitute, I tried foam for the first time.
First, I don't use it on the vertex, I use it on my receding hairline Norwood scale 1 (but still counts as a recession). Rogaine worked for me in that it stopped a lot of the shedding during showering. I notice a lot less hair falling out when I wash my hair after I have use it consistently for about a month or two. (It's very obvious and it's not just nonsense about you shed "X" number of follicles a day). When you shower at the same time each day, you should notice the same amount of hair falling out. In my case, when I stop using rogaine, I notice at least 20 hair strands fall out during my showers. When I use Rogaine consistently for about a month or two, the number of follicles drop to 2 or 3. YES, It's THAT noticeable. You will notice it will be working (if it works for you).
I also notice this change if I get lazy and stop using it consistently, after about a month or two I start shedding again. Second, when I use the product for a while, there's definitely growth and I can see my hairline, instead of a recession.
I also take propecia.
Rogaine Foam is absolutely hands down the best applicator product. Backup a moment, I tried foam once before, but at that time I was using the liquid version actively. The liquid version flakes ALOT, and makes your skin red and irritated. When I used the foam, i felt some pain, so I stopped using the foam. What I realized now, is that it was the liquids fault not the foam.
Pros of Foam:
It does not flake/peel my skin at all
It does not irritate / redness / rash
It's easy to apply on the frontal lobe/forehead - It does stick to hair, so I read a review that if you are applying to spots that have lots of hair strands like the vertex, it would be a little hard trying to press it onto the scalp i guess.
It's QUICK DRYING! - Liquid version drops will streak down your forehead, doesn't dry quickly, and if you sleep right before bed or wash your face, or wipe your head, it will most likely wipe off all medicine as well. Foam dries within a minute and it's not runny.
Foam Price is the same as liquid.
So... hands down, my recommendation is try foam first, then liquid etc etc... And don't expect hair to grow fast... its really really slow. But again try to notice the difference of Shedding when you shower to see if it is working.
This was an upgrade from Windows 7,Ultimate and did the upgrade on two computers. One was a laptop, the other was a desktop. Both upgrades went very smooth and all info from the Windows 7 was saved. I did a back up on both of course.. just in case, but they went smooth. It definitely takes a little bit of time to get used to it, but now that I'm familiar with W8, i'm really enjoying it. I've tried the tablets that you mainly swipe, and it totally rocks. I can easily see myself getting another laptop that also has the touchscreen capabilities to enjoy everything W8 has to offer. I wouldn't hesitate to buy again.. especially at the price I paid at the time..