Alopexy Minoxidil 5% Pierre Fabre 3 x Months Treatment ( 3 x 60ml )
ALOPEXY® 5% was developed specifically for hair loss.
Minoxidil is one of the active ingredients used as a topical medication. There is ample medical and scientific evidence on the effectiveness of minoxidil on hair loss. In fact, minoxidil stops the fall of the hair and stimulates the regrowth of the hair throughout the duration of the treatment. The results are visible after 4 months of treatment.
This medicine is used in certain moderate cases of so-called androgenetic alopecia (excessive hair loss) in men. This medicine is not recommended for use in women, as abnormal hair growth (hypertrichosis) is often expected.
50 mg lidocaine; Ethanol 96% (V / V) excipient (+). Propylene Glycol Excipient (+). Water, cleaning aid (+).
The medicinal product must not be used if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to ferrous sulphate or any of the other ingredients. If you have already experienced a reaction, indicating an intolerance to the 2% minoxidil solution. If you have a condition or injury to the scalp. Children and elderly people: Data on safety and effectiveness for use in children and adolescents under 18 years and over 65 years is not available.
Always use the solution precisely according to the instructions. Please ask your doctor or pharmacist if you are not too sure. As a normal dose, 1 ml is applied twice daily to the scalp surface to be treated. The daily amount should not exceed 2 ml.
Quantity: 3 x 60 ml. Men’s medicine against hair loss. Improves the nutrient supply to the hair root. For risks and side effects, read the package leaflet (English language not guaranteed) and consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Ingredients: Active ingredient:Minoxidil
Adult men over the age of 18 apply 1 ml twice a day to the affected areas of the scalp, starting in the center of the affected area. The specified amount, regardless of the size of the area to be treated, must be adhered to. The total dose should not exceed 2 ml
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