Kirkland Minoxidil Review
My Rating: ★★★★★
I became quite sceptical about using minoxidil after my poor experience using Regaine a few years back, but after reading a load of positive reviews about Kirkland's liquid form, I decided to give it a shot, just so I could cancel out minoxidil, if nothing else.
To my astonishment, this stuff isn't actually too bad. I have been using it for around four months, applying it in and around the slightly thinner areas of my scalp, and I have not missed one application. Heck, I even used this product when I was away on holiday last month.
Ok, so it's not a miracle formula that cures hair loss over night, but I can certainly see some new vellus hairs popping through around my hairline and crown region. Now, when I say popping up, I mean ever so slightly - not near as much to be noticeable, but even so, there is new hair where I had previously lost it, so technically Kirkland Minoxidil Liquid does work.
Now, I certainly don't expect this product to get my hair back to how it was when I was 18, as the results are ever so small, but, it is a rather pleasant sight seeing new hairs pop up of which I have not seen for over 10 years!
Will I continue to use this product? Because it's so cheap (three bottles for £20), I probably will keep using it, but maybe not every day, as I did experience slight headaches, which is never a good thing in my book.
The only other treatment I used when trying Kirkland was the usual HR23+ hair health supplement and my tried and trusted Biotin shampoo by OGX. It's a pretty decent combination that seems to only benefit the hair by helping me decrease hair fall and increase hair growth.
I'll keep at it and let you know how I get on after using it for the full year. I'll post pictures up of my progress.