A Different Use For Rogaine
By NewBeauty Staff |
In the quest for longer hair, many of us just can't seem to go the distance. So if hair growth has reached a plateau and topical treatments aren't working, a more aggressive over-the-counter treatment may help you reach maximum potential.
Rogaine, typically used as a hair-loss treatment, may help encourage hair growth in those who simply want longer locks. It contains minoxidil, an FDA-approved ingredient said to regrow hair in women. Rogaine works at the root to increase the size of hair follicles and stimulate their ability to produce thicker hair. This process may also simultaneously jumpstart growth in existing hairs as well.
Always remember that long hair needs extra nourishment, so it's still important to condition and protect your hair to lengthen its lifespan.