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100% REAL Minoxidil boster beard & hair

Minoxidil can stimulate and speed up beard growth and make your existing facial hair thicker.

1 box : 6 bottles x 60ml  (6 months supply)

It’s almost on par with the effects of a beard transplant but costs hundreds of times less (which is actively making the transplant industry freak out and try to fearmonger men into not using it at all).

I know how insane it sounds – and how hard it is to believe the first time you hear about it – but tens of thousands of men have completed the Minoxidil beard journey, and grew some pretty impressive beards from very weak or patchy starting points.

“I’m intrigued, yet skeptical, please tell me more?”

Okay, so Minoxidil is the active ingredient in Rogaine, the World’s #1 Dermatologist recommended OTC (that’s prescription-free) hair-loss drug.

Million’s of men have used it successfully to curb hair loss, and it has been extensively studied for its safety and efficacy.

The data clearly shows that it can re-grow hair by activating dormant follicles via boosted circulation and other mechanisms.

As you can expect, some men eventually started to wonder if they could apply Rogaine to the face and grow facial hair as a result.

The idea was ridiculed at first, and discussions about Minoxidil for beard growth were basically non-existent online just a few years ago.

However, now in 2020, it has been clearly established that Minoxidil does work for beard growth.

There are Facebook groups with more than fifty thousands members using the hair-loss drug on their beards, Reddit subcategories with almost ten thousand guys doing the same, and even a scientific study which concluded that Minoxidil is safe and effective for beard enhancement.

After the use of Rogaine for beard growth skyrocketed in popularity, the narrative of the nay-sayers switched from “it doesn’t work” into claiming that “the results aren’t permanent”.

Yet, thousands of guys have completed the Minox beard journey, grown beards with it, then stopped using the hair-loss drug and years later their beards are still in place – as explained in our Minoxidil beard FAQ post.

“So can you use Minoxidil on your face to grow a beard ?”

 

Short answer:

Yes, you can literally go buy some Kirkland 5% Minoxidil and start applying it to your beard area twice per day 1ml per application. In 3-12 months you should be able to grow a full beard.

 

Long answer:

For the longer answer, you will have to take some time and read our full article below, which explains…

  • Exactly how Minoxidil grows the beard.
  • Lists all the known side effects of beard Minoxidil.
  • Explains to you why the results are permanent.
  • Shows you some impressive before-after pictures.
  • Teaches you how to apply Minoxidil to the beard.
  • And explains the details about the Minoxidil beard study.

Ready to learn everything there is to know about how to use Rogaine to stimulate beard growth? Good, then continue reading below.

How Does Minoxidil Grow Facial Hair

Even after tens of years of research, the real reason why Minoxidil is so effective at growing hair is still not 100% clear.

What is known are these facts:

  • Minoxidil activates potassium channels in the beard area and boosts facial hair follicles circulation
  • It also increases prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) levels, which is known to help hair growth through multiple mechanisms.
  • The use of Minoxidil converts more dormant hair follicles into the active anagen growth phase.
  • Once the follicles are shifted to the anagen phase, Minox keeps them there for a longer duration than normal.
  • Regular use of Minoxidil results in angiogenesis, which is a fancy term for new blood vessel generation.
For years, the only evidence that suggested you could use Rogaine for the face to grow a beard was that there were dozens of successful studies where it had been used on the scalp-hair.

That all changed a few years ago when a group of researchers from Thailand decided to test a 3% Minoxidil solution against a placebo liquid in the beards of 48 test subjects.

(click here for the full study which opens in a new window as a .pdf).

After the 16-week study period, the researchers looked at each participant’s 3cm test areas to see whether there was any new beard growth that took place.

The results showed that Minoxidil absolutely skyrocketed the growth of new facial hairs, leaving no question as for whether it would or wouldn’t be effective.

minoxidil beard study graphAnd this was with a 3% solution, while the Minoxidil that most guys use for beard growth purposes is even stronger; such as the typical 5% Kirkland like this one.

“The exact mechanism of Minoxidil in promoting hair growth is still unclear but there are many hypotheses. In conclusion, Minoxidil 3% lotion is effective and safe for beard enhancement.” – Dr. Ingprasert et al.

Minoxidil Beard Before Afters

minoxidil beard before after

The popularity of applying Rogaine to the face has skyrocketed in the last few years, so much so that there are at least 50,000+ men doing it already, and likely much more than that.

Now, if something works or not for beard growth, can be very easily confirmed with a simple before-after picture.

All the beard growth serums, beard growth oils, pills, etc always fail this step, as their snake-oil solutions can’t produce a single credible before-after photo.

But in the case of Minoxidil, there are thousands of unaltered before-afters, showing exactly how effective it really is at stimulating beard growth and even making completely beardless men turn into fully bearded gents.

Side Effects and Safety

minoxidil beard side effects

After rigorous testing and multiple trials; Minoxidil has been considered safe enough for the FDA to make it available over the counter as a form of self-medication.

This does not mean that it would be completely side effect free, and even though using it for the beard is considered “off-label use” the Minoxidil beard side effects are practically the same ones as can be seen when the drug is applied to the scalp.

The side effects below are taken directly from the Rogaine packages instructional leaflet, with few exceptions that are compiled from known case studies and online reports.

Common side effects

The common side effects occur (according to McNeill corporation) in 1 out of every 10 users on average.

  • Skin dryness – especially with liquid Minoxidil, skin dryness is a very common side effect. This is caused most likely by the combination of the alcohol and propylene glycol which act as carrier agents. They are necessary for absorption, but also dry out the skin. Luckily it’s really easy to combat this with moisturizer or beard oil.
  • Body hair growth – not an issue for most, but since some of the Minoxidil does make it into the systemic circulation, it’s likely that you will see increased body hair growth.
  • Hair and beard shedding – it may sound ass-backward that a hair-loss drug could result in more hairs falling off, but it does commonly happen and it’s not a bad thing at all. The reason for the “Minoxidil shedding phase” is simple; as the drug transitions more and more of your hairs into the active anagen growth phase, more and more of the hairs in the telogen resting phase will shed to make room for a new hair fiber growing from the same tunnel.

Less Common Side Effects

The less common side effects occur in 1/100 users on average (according to the manufacturer’s safety studies).

  • Fatigue – rarely, some users report a slight feeling of fatigue, especially when starting the use of Minoxidil. This usually doesn’t persist, but if it does, it’s best to quit using it and talk to a doctor.
  • Heart palpitations – Minoxidil was originally formulated to be an oral blood pressure medication, and since its a vasodilator (enlargens blood vessels) you can occasionally notice small changes in your heart rate. Use of nicotine products, stimulants, caffeine, etc can make these more common.
  • Dizziness – due to changes in your blood flow, blood pressure, and heart rate that can come with Minoxidil use (again, it’s a vasodilator) you may occasionally get a sense of light-headedness.
  • Acne – the skin drying ingredients alcohol and propylene glycol can increase the likelihood of acne and pimples in people prone to getting them.
  • Water retention – some people report that Minoxidil causes “bloated looking face”, this can be caused by the water retention which has to do with its potassium-channel altering effects. Stick to the recommended amounts and don’t abuse the dosage and you should never see this side effect.

Serious Side Effects

The serious side effects are very rare and occur in 1/1000 users on average, according to the leaflet provided by the original Rogaine manufacturer.

NOTE: If you experience any of these side effects when using Minoxidil to grow a beard, discontinue the use immediately and consult a medical expert.

  • Allergy symptoms – it’s very rare but possible to have an allergic reaction to Minoxidil. Symptoms of this include rapid weight gain, nausea, vomiting, rashes, and the swelling of different body parts like the hands, ankles, and your lips.
  • Worsened eye-sight – since Minoxidil may increase your blood pressure, it can also impact the blood flow and pressure within the eyes and result in things like temporary optic neuropathy as seen in this case study. The discontinuation of Minoxidil completely resolved the issue, so if you ever experience any vision changes, stop using it and don’t take any risks.
  • Severe chest pain / irregular heart rate – if you have long-term pre-existing cardiovascular issues, then the use of Minoxidil, which is a vasodilator, may either help or worsen your condition. If you experience chest pain and irregular heart rate, stop using Minoxidil immediately and seek the help of a medical professional.

“You said minoxidil was safe, this sounds very dangerous to me?”

Well, it’s safe enough to warrant OTC status by the FDA, but at the same time, like any drug, it has possible side effects.

It’s crucial to understand that out of tens of thousands of men using Minoxidil for beard growth, an extremely small percentage actually runs into side effects that make them stop the usage.

As long as you don’t use too much of it or apply too often, your risk of side effects – other than the dry skin under the beard – is very small.

But they’re still possible, and understanding them is extremely important, so you know what to do if you encounter them.

How to Use Minoxidil to Grow a Beard

how to use minoxidil for beard growth

So, Minoxidil and Rogaine can help you grow a beard, but how exactly do you apply Minoxidil to the face, and in which parts specifically?

And how long should it be there? How often do you need to use it? And how much should you use per application?

All of these questions will be covered below.

First, let’s look at how to put it in your face though…

How to Apply Minoxidil to the Face in 5 Easy Steps

Step #1 – Wash your face

The first step to applying Minoxidil is to simply wash your face. You may use just water or a gentle facewash for this.

Step #2 – Dampen the face with a towel

It has been shown in one study that Minoxidil works best on a towel-damp face. To be clear, your face should not be dripping with water, but it should not be completely dry either.

Step #3 – Apply Minoxidil where you want the beard to grow

Suck in 1ml of Minoxidil with the dropper and start dripping it all over the area where you’d like to see facial hair grow in. If you use the spray nozzle, it takes around 6-8 pumps for 1ml. Foam users should apply about half a cap.

Step #4 – Gently rub the Minoxidil all over your beard area

Once you have dripper or sprayed the 1ml of Minoxidil around your face, gently rub it into your desired facial hair area with either the dropper or with two fingers. You don’t have to use much pressure at all, just make sure there’s a thin layer on the areas of the skin you want more facial hair on.

Step #5 – Wash your hands carefully with soap

You probably don’t want hair growing on your fingers, so make sure to properly wash your hands with soap after applying Minoxidil to the beard.

How Many Times Per Day Should I Use it?

The most common recommendation is to apply Minoxidil to your beard twice per day, preferably in the morning and evening and not too close together. This is the official recommendation that is same for scalp-hair use as well.

Best results would come from applying it every 12 hours or so, but this may be unrealistic given that you need to sleep, work, and do a bunch of other stuff that might not allow you to be applying Minoxidil on your face.

That’s why I recommend you use it twice per day, whenever it will be most convenient for you to do so.

You can also use once per day, and this will bring results, but the results will come in slower than with twice per day application.

How Much Minoxidil Should I Use on the Beard?

The official recommended amount is 2ml per day divided into two doses, so 1ml per application.

Most Minoxidil bottles come with a dropper cap, and these should have a line indicating the 1ml mark. If you use the spray nozzle, the 1ml will be around 6-8 pumps, and for foam, the recommendation is to use roughly half of the cap.

How Long Does Minoxidil Need to Be on the Face?

In a Rogaine absorption study on the scalp area, it took four hours for 75% of the active ingredient to get into the hair follicles. Since the skin under your beard is much thinner, it’s likely that the recommended 4-hours would result in close to 100% being absorbed.

After applying Minoxidil to the beard, wait for around four hours before washing it off or applying moisturizer/beard oil.

How Long Does Minoxidil Beard Take?

bearded man looking at a clock

Every man responds differently to Minoxidil and we all have different starting points. It’s simply impossible to say accurately how long will it take to grow a beard with Minoxidil.

However, given that tens of thousands of men have already gone through the journey and grown beards with the stuff, we can give a rough ball-park estimate…

In most cases, it will take anywhere between six months to two years of consistent Minoxidil applications to grow a full beard with Minoxidil.

Obviously, if you have some beard growth already and your overall beard hormone levels are on the higher side, then your results will come in faster.

If you have no facial hair at all and your hormones are on the lower side, then it will likely take longer for you to see the results.

Men with Eastern Asian or Native American genes also tend to see slower results, and this has to do with their sensitivity to the androgen receptors.

Is the Minoxidil Beard Really Permanent?

beard closeup

You may have seen some big news outlets publishing their own Minoxidil beard stories recently, such as The Daily Mail, The Sun, and Men’s Health.

All of them do agree that Minoxidil works, but they also had beard transplant center workers to say that “the beard will fall off once you quit using Minoxidil” in each of the articles.

The funny thing is that there have been thousands of men who have grown full beards with Minoxidil, then stopped using it for more than a year, and came back reporting that the beard is still there.

So if Minoxidil beard is indeed permanent, then why do all these news say it will fall off once you stop?

Well, that’s probably because they ask the question from people associated with hair and beard transplant centers. Of course, they want to ward people off from using it, because each beard grown with Minoxidil is another lost client for them.

There have been so many people who have gone through the journey and stopped using Minox, and if they would all be losing their beards, you can be damn sure they would be talking about that.

Yet, all we see are guys who used it to grow beards, waited long enough for the hairs to turn thick and terminal, then stopped using, and their beards stuck around.

The only cases where someone reports that they lost some of the hairs are the people who used it for just a month or two and didn’t wait for their non-pigmented vellus hairs to turn into terminal beard hairs.


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I normally don't write reviews but here it goes! My hair used to be really thick, and for the past 6 months my hair has literally been falling out in clumps. My hair is now super thin. I started using this as I saw it advertised in a website as a good product and after reading the reviews, I decided to try it. It has been 2 months and my hair no longer falls out in clumps anymore!! I can brush my hair now and not fill up my brush! Not only that but I am beginning to feel the thickness come in little by little. I am so excited I found this product and cannot wait to get the full results! Definitely worth the price!

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Well... i thought it works for me, when i went to my hair dresser and she just told me she was surprised with the amount of new hair growing i have, and i have lost more than 75% of my hair in the pass 3 years because of severe stress.. now that i now lots of new hair are growing after i used the first course i'm buying more:) This hair grow oil work :) and im happy with it. :)

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