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Procapil Found To Be More Effective Than Minoxidil

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Have you guys heard about the recent study that came out, stating that Procapil was more effective, but what do you guys think?

 

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So it sounds like if you can just add a bit of pumpkin seed oil and emu oil into your minoxidil you will get an improvement over using minoxidil alone. I would say that's the way to go.

 

 

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4 hours ago, BeHappy said:

So it sounds like if you can just add a bit of pumpkin seed oil and emu oil into your minoxidil you will get an improvement over using minoxidil alone. I would say that's the way to go.

 

 

I think that's better than buying Procapil. I have been adding azealic acid to my minoxidil, and I've noticed my shedding has gone way down. 


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good stuff, going to add pumpkin seed oil, emu oil and azealic acid although I dont have shedding really) to the morning and night mix.

 

Are pumpkin seed oil pills as effective as an actual oil (liquid)?

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23 minutes ago, Shifty said:

good stuff, going to add pumpkin seed oil, emu oil and azealic acid although I dont have shedding really) to the morning and night mix.

 

Are pumpkin seed oil pills as effective as an actual oil (liquid)?

I think so, and the actual oil makes your hair really messy. 


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1 minute ago, Melvin-Moderator said:

I think so, and the actual oil makes your hair really messy. 

yeah even minox is annoying, although emu oil is an actual oil =/ its only put on at night. Im on vitacost now about to purchase along with some more biotin pills.

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6 hours ago, Melvin-Moderator said:

I think that's better than buying Procapil. I have been adding azealic acid to my minoxidil, and I've noticed my shedding has gone way down. 

What shedding?

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2 hours ago, harry_potter1 said:

What shedding?

hair shedding 


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15 hours ago, BeHappy said:

So it sounds like if you can just add a bit of pumpkin seed oil and emu oil into your minoxidil you will get an improvement over using minoxidil alone. I would say that's the way to go.

 

 

I’ve used emu oil for years...for cuts/burns and also every night a month after my HT, I sorta swear by its healing abilities as I’ve seen proof on myself...I’m not sure about combining emu and pumpkin seed oils into Minoxidil is a good way to go about it, now, if one gets some Minoxidil pill or powder and mixes it with Emu & punpkin seed oil into an ethanol solution than I think that would be a better topical....cut out the already greasy propylene glycol in Minoxidil liquid.

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10 hours ago, Melvin-Moderator said:

I think that's better than buying Procapil. I have been adding azealic acid to my minoxidil, and I've noticed my shedding has gone way down. 

I’m a fan of azealic acid for hair growth....but i found it difficult to acquire without a prescription. How do you get your AA @Melvin-Moderator?

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37 minutes ago, CosmoKramer said:

I’m a fan of azealic acid for hair growth....but i found it difficult to acquire without a prescription. How do you get your AA @Melvin-Moderator?

I get it on Amazon I apply it first and then I apply the minoxidil. I really think this is a winning combo.

https://www.amazon.com/NutraViv-Hair-Growth-Serum-Guaranteed/dp/B07253N6FT/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?keywords=perfect+hair+azelaic+acid&qid=1575433260&s=home-garden&sr=8-1-fkmr1

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1 hour ago, Melvin-Moderator said:

I just checked out the product you mentioned but the seller/manufacturer doesn’t list the percentage of AA and it’s listed as the 4th ingredient and normally the first 3 ingredients in any item is usually the bulk of the product from what I’ve researched...plus, Azelaic acid is and has been a Prescription-needed medication so I don’t know how this company and others that sell products they claim to contain AA on amazon can do so legally as the FDA would be all over their ass...as I used to purchase a 15% Minoxidil + Azelaic acid solution over a decade ago and the manufacturers got into deep shit with the Gov and had to shut down and Amazon removed the products, from their high Minox dosage and illegally selling a prescription-required ingredient. So these products seem sketchy to me to be honest.

Say all that...I think AA should be sold OTC.

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Interesting, i know there was a product called lipogain that had azeleic and minox in it.  

 

I wonder how it differs from this

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7 hours ago, Sean said:

Interesting, i know there was a product called lipogain that had azeleic and minox in it.  

 

I wonder how it differs from this

I’ve heard of it but don’t think I every bought that brand.

These type of hair serums on amazon remind me of when the bodybuilding suppliment companies got in trouble and raided by the Feds for including anabolic steroid ingredients in their OTC supplement “stacks”, I’m just curious how AA can be included in these serums legally or if the companies are just flat out lying it’s inclusion in the procduct to make more $$$.

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