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u/Vetox23 · 3 pointsr/Minoxbeards

Well you’re still a relatively young person, I’d imagine (don’t quote me on this) that the reason it cause “wrinkles and aging skin” would be due to the fact that it causes dryness within the area the area of application because of the Propylene Glycol in Minoxidil. This usually leads to a person not being able maintain an adequately moisturized face while you have minoxidil on your face. I can imagine that without the proper amount of natural oils (sebum), it could lead to skin aging and wrinkles. Though IF that’s the case (because I am no professional), you may want to use the foam version so you don’t experience the dryness, though you will still have to wait to take off the minoxidil before you moisturize, your skin will not become nearly as dry WHILE you have it on. Over the long term this could make a difference. Hopefully this will help you gauge which direction you what to proceed with. Aside from this, if you can afford the Foam Minoxidil from Kirkland or Rogaine for the duration of your intended use then all that is left is to weigh your pros and cons and decide if it’s worth the potential trade offs.

If you’re very concerned with the health of your skin I’d advise you to look into purchasing a Biotin 1000mcg supplement (Do not take higher than this. This is slightly more than 3 times the Daily Recommended Value of a person with metabolism of 2000 Calories; longterm use of really high contents of biotin could lead to catastrophic nerve issues, the one I provided is usually the lowest you will find but is more than enough). Also look into essential oils preferably with low comedogenic ratings or other moisturizers for your skin. As well as
Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptide Supplements. Though supplements are great, they are exactly as the name implies, they supplement. Having a healthy balanced diet, along with daily aerobic exercise is your best aid in having healthy skin.

Hopefully this helps!

u/bigbellyrudeb0ii · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

Get this Minox:

Put 1.5g of this in the bottle of Minox:

Apply that to your face for 1-2 months and check back in. I will almost guarantee you will see some results. Be safe and good luck. I have had great results since May 26 with 12.5% and some other stuff in my routine. (PEO)

u/Tugguh · 4 pointsr/Minoxbeards

some people add pure L-Carnitine L-Tartrate powder to their minoxidil and nivea soft, as it's been shown to be beneficial to hair growth when used topically... so, it's assumed this is true for beard growth as well. it's alcohol soluble, so that's a requirement for adding it to something.

I've done this as well, because it was $10 for 100grams and you only need to add about 1/4th of a teaspoon. just remember it has to be pure LCLT powder. no capsules. I'm on my third week of minoxidil and don't have any non-LCLT minoxidil experience to contrast it to, so I can't speak from personal experience on this way.

some people also add peppermint oil to their beard oil, as its been shown to aid in hair growth:

just make sure you get Mentha Piperita (peppermint's scientific name) and not spearmint or some shit.
I make my own beard oil with half castor oil, half jojoba oil, and you wanna aim for about 5% peppermint oil.

hope this helps.

u/aonesaucy · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

They also make one specifically for the face with spf in it, but the normal one is pretty good for me.

u/alphaiten · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

I'm not who you asked, but here's what I use:

And here's a list of other good moisturizers:

I currently apply mine 4 hours after my morning application. It's my only opportunity since I go to sleep after I apply it in the evening.

u/Tyko_3 · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

You convinced me of getting the foam. I purchased this, the price seemed very reasonable considering a single month of the liquid cost me $20 after tax. I hear good things about kirkland, does this seem like a good deal to you?

u/soccerperson · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

This stuff?

I've read it's good to use a moisturizer with vitaminc c and hyaluronic acid. Looks like this lotion has hyaluronic acid. Do you have any experience with using vitamin c? Supposedly it's for anti-aging/wrinkles

u/dm222 · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

I recomend this

Edit: i already used this before beard jorney and it is great to mosturize dont know id it is good for beard growth...

u/Foosaka · 2 pointsr/Minoxbeards

0.5mm Derma Roller.
Oils were bought from Amazon.

If you're gonna use peppermint oil with jojoba/castor oil you're gonna want about a 5% dilution. Otherwise the peppermint oil could be irritating to the skin. Never apply peppermint oil directly on your skin.

Peppermint oil was actually found to be more effective at growing hair than minox. The tests were conducted on rodents though, so I don't know if it applies to humans but as you can see I've been having good results from using both.

u/ButteredGhost · 2 pointsr/Minoxbeards

Nutricost L-Carnitine Tartrate...

I mix about 1.8 grams into a full bottle of minox, with a couple drops of peppermint oil as it smells pretty fishy on its own. As for the effectiveness, It’s hard for me to say, I’m taking like 8 supplements plus dermarolling plus beard oil, but in the two weeks I’ve been using lclt nearly all my vellus hairs darkened, there’s hairs next to my eyelids lol

u/ssadman000 · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

That's exactly what I'm hoping for :D May I ask where you bought it from?

I got the 3-pack from here:

u/preztege · 2 pointsr/Minoxbeards

Or you can just buy some on with free shipping for 62 CAD....

u/redjaypeg · 5 pointsr/Minoxbeards

Just an FYI, that isn't the kind of Derma roller you want. It has so many needles that it creates a "bed of needles" effect meaning it only pushes the skin and won't do what you want. You need a roller with less needles for it to work properly. Here is the one I use.
(I'm at work but if you have any questions I can explain in more detail when I get home)

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

Yeah. I ordered 100 ml of jojoba oil and according to Adam Siddals video it’s 30 drops of PEO per fluid ounce. So since 100 ml is 3.4 fluid ounces, I added 100 drops of PEO to the jojoba oil, and I apply it in the evening.

u/NoChoice5 · -1 pointsr/Minoxbeards

This reddit post has some of the studies



And yes, I was scared about the fact of it being used to treat an irregular heartbeat. But I believe that is a different form of the drug, taken orally, in high amounts, which you need a prescription for.


If it was unsafe to use it wouldnt be in this product. Which you dont need a prescription for.


u/Bigpurerune1 · 2 pointsr/Minoxbeards

BASS 100% Pure Wild Boar Bristle Men's Brush - Light Wood Handle by Bass Brush

Something similar to this

u/iprow276 · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

If you were to take any supplements, I would recommend Biotin and a good Multivitamin. This is the one I use, so much better than those shitty compressed pill one-a-day's. Also, I never dermarolled. I thought about getting one a few times but didn't want to deal with the irritation and the red face. I would be curious about other's experiences with them though.

u/fatLarrysband · 2 pointsr/Minoxbeards

En général on a de meilleurs résultats avec le liquide car il y a de l'alcool dedans ce qui lui permet de mieux pénétrer dans la peau, mais c'est aussi ce qui provoque des effets secondaires tels que rougeurs, peau très sèche (c'est mon cas) et autres plus graves comme douleurs dans la poitrine, maux de tête, nausées..(j'ai pas la liste complète là). Et c'est très déconseillé si on a des problèmes cardiaques ou des antécédents familiaux dans ce domaine..

u/mok_88 · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

im taking 1000mg of vitamin c daily.

I bought a dermaroller but did it today and my face burns, should I apply it ligthly to the face or apply pressure to pierce the skin?

about collagen will this do the job?

u/alvfrn · 1 pointr/Minoxbeards

Maybe your blood pressure is low, this is a known side effect from minoxidil use. To make sure your blood pressure is below average you should buy one of these