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

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This works out to just over $11 a month, but when you add haircuts ($25), shampoo and conditioner ($15), and 5-10 minutes a day styling (even the conservative estimate takes 2.5 hours of your month, about $135 worth of my time), it is just too expensive. I like to tell people that Rogaine costs money, letting my hair fall out is free.

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I've recently started loosing my hair and I am in my 20's. It's so depressing but it's salvageable. I wonder how well this stuff works and if it's worth the headache or the money like nonoman said.

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At least they put up a new joke, right @w00tgurl? heh

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This stuff must do really well here! Wooters are all about the cheap jewelry, prescription glasses and Rogaine it seems.

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I started losing my hair when I was 19. My life if so much easier now that I just keep whats left of my hair buzzed. Face it, everyone gets older, it a losing battle to try to look like you are not getting older.

Hair doesn't define who you are.

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@bmw66x: "Warning: for external use only. You don’t want hair growing inside your digestive tract."

or maybe i do... you don't know, Woot!

@keithjmc this product has been posted several times in the last few months. most comments indicate that it works, smells much better than the old version, and doesn't work for women (women's is another formula).

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Starting this is like a marriage. If you stop using it, your hair will start to fall out again in a few months. It's like a Catch 22. Damned if you do, damned if you don't.

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This stuff grows hair almost exclusively only on the bald spot on the back of the head. If - like me - your hairline had receded and you have thin hair on the top and front of your head, don't bother with this. About the only "fix" for that kind of hair loss is surgery (Bosley, etc). Do what I do: accept who you are, shave it off, and be confident with that. Your wallet will be fatter and you'll be happier not fighting a silly cosmetic battle.

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@majorbluntz yup, if you don't continue the treatments it will no longer work, so you are making an investment of purchasing this for as long as you want to continue growing hair.

And it's only for the back of the crown, not receding hair lines in the front.

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@pallerdog: Same here, started when I was about 18. I used to keep my hair on the longer side and styled it constantly (picture: somewhere between Vanilla Ice in his heyday, and Elvis Presley). I always knew the day was coming since none of the men above me in my family tree have a full head of hair, but it was incredibly depressing nonetheless.

Tried Rogaine with some good results, but my main problem is considerable receding at the temples, and I was informed by a dermatologist that Rogaine is primarily only effective at treating the back/crown of the head. This foam is definitely a LOT easier than the old liquid, though.

Either way, I just decided it was time to man up so I buzzed my head and bought a motorcycle.

Worst case scenario, I can let it grow out again and be a stunt double for Nicolas Cage.

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Does anybody know what the antidote for Rogaine is. I accidently used Rogaine as a dessert topping and now my tongue is all furry.

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WHAT?!? Unscented? Im gonna hold out for Peppermint!