Shenzhen BST Science&Technology Co.,Ltd sell pure Minoxidil for hair loss.
INCI Name: Minoxidil
EINCES No: 253-874-2
Appearance: White to off white crystalline powder
Assay: 99.0% ~ 101.0%
Shelf life: 3 years
Minoxidil is applied to the scalp to promote hair growth and slows down the balding process. It thickens hair strands and prolongs the growing phase of the hair.
Minoxidil works in part by partially enlarging the hair follicles and reversing the miniaturization process by enlarging miniaturized follicles, the growth phase of the hair cycle is prolonged, allowing the hair to become longer and thicker looking.
Minoxidil increases blood flow to the scalp and increases the caliber of hair follicles, which keeps hair thick and strong.
Minoxidil is an ingredient that has been used for many years and is generally considered safe and well tolerated.Minoxidil is an over-the-counter treatment.
Minoxidil is the treatment for Male patterned and Female patterned hair loss that has been approved by FDA.
Reverses the hair loss process and helps hair re-growth.
Works on front of the scalp and the crown.
Protects and nourishes hair during natural seasonal hair shedding.
Stable and easy to implement in the formulations.
Safe and effective for both men and women.
Minoxidil is a popular product for people with thinning hair. Minoxidil is a safe, convenient, and effective hair growth treatment for those suffering with male or female androgenetic alopecia.
Minoxidil is approved for those aged 18 to 65 experiencing hair thinning and loss. It’s best used for people with androgenetic alopecia and doesn’t work effectively with receding hairlines or baldness.
Whilst minoxidil is approved for androgenetic alopecia (most common hair loss), it's not approved for all types of hair loss. It cannot grow hair if the hair follicles are no longer present.
Minoxidil does several things to either prevent hair loss, reduce the severity of hair loss or promote hair regrowth in affected areas of your scalp.
The first is that minoxidil shortens the telogen phase of your hair growth cycle. This means that each hair follicle on your scalp spends less time in a resting state and more time growing to its full length. It also means that after you start to use minoxidil, many of your hairs will prematurely enter into the anagen phase and start growing.
The second is that minoxidil stimulates the blood vessels throughout your scalp, which may help to provide more consistent blood flow to your hair follicles. This may further promote hair growth by ensuring your hair follicles have the nutrients they need to function correctly.
The obvious benefit of minoxidil is that in a large percentage of people see positive results and increased hair growth after consistent use of the ingredient. Minoxidil helps to prevent shedding of hair as well as increased hair thickness and density. Just like with any skin or hair treatment, it takes time to see the benefits.
Minoxidil and the hair growth cycle
our hair goes through four stages: the anagen phase (active growth), the catagen phase (transition), the telogen phase (resting), and exogen phase (shedding). When these phases aren’t working as they should, it can cause hair loss and thinning. All of these phases work as cogs together to eventually leave you with a healthy head of hair; it only takes one phase working improperly to throw everything off-kilter, resulting in hair loss.
Minoxidil is believed to affect two stages of hair growth.
The anagen phase is when the hair is being pushed out from the root. Applying minoxidil may extend the length of the anagen phase.
Minoxidil may increase blood flow to scalp, providing hair follicles with more of the nutrients they need for consistent growth.This cycle begins with the anagen phase, in which the follicle creates a hair fiber that gradually increases in size. This phase typically lasts for several years.
The telogen phase of your hair is when it’s done growing but not yet ready to fall out. Minoxidil shortened the telogen phase of hair.
As hair exits the anagen phase, it enters the catagen phase-a transitional phase in which the hair stops growing. During the catagen phase, the hair shrinks in diameter and forms into a club hair.
Finally, the hair enters the telogen phase, of the hair cycle. During this phase, the hair is completely dormant and doesn’t grow. Eventually, the dormant telogen hair detaches from your scalp and is replaced by new hair in the anagen phase.