dealsmen’s unscented rogaine® foam (4-month super…

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Just so you know, this isn't for receding hairlines, only for Androgenic alopecia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Androgenic_alopecia), balding located at the crown of the head.

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Cheaper at CVS or BJ Warehouse. Just use the $10 coupons available everywhere then wait for it to go on sale at CVS.

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@joelp77440: Men's ROGAINE® Foam is the only FDA-approved hair regrowth foam. Because it's a foam, not a solution, it is applied differently. The foam is gently massaged into the scalp in contrast to ROGAINE® Extra Strength Topical Solution—where an applicator (dropper) is used to apply the solution onto the hair loss area.

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Costco brand is still $20 for 6 months

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uhh...is there SCENTED rogaine? "hi, i'll take pine forest, please."

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I've seriously considered this before... Has anyone ever tried the foam on facial hair areas? I get a few small bald patches. When my beard gets full enough, however, these patches cannot be seen. It's not too big of a deal, but I would certainly love to fill them in.

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@etripoli: Actually, minoxidil has been shown to be somewhat effective at frontal hairline areas--it's only indicated for the vertex area because that's what the FDA approved.