Minomel Minoxidil 3% Melatonin in TrichoSol™ Female Hair Loss Treatment 100ml

This is a prescription medication – Please complete the medication assessment

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£60.00

Description

A medication assessment form is required to process your order. Once complete, your online medication assessment form will be reviewed by our clinicians. Most prescriptions are approved the same day. ONLINE MEDICATION ASSESSMENT FORM >

 

In the search for alternative agents to oral finasteride and topical minoxidil for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia (AGA), melatonin, a potent antioxidant and growth modulator, was identified as a promising candidate based on studies.

Minomel is a specially formulated hair loss solution for women with androgenetic alopecia, also known as female pattern hair loss. It contains two active ingredients, minoxidil and melatonin, that work together to stimulate hair growth and prevent further hair loss.

This solution is made in the UK by Compounding Chemist exclusively for Hair Repair Clinic. You can trust its quality and safety.

You only need one order for 3 months of treatment, as you apply just 1 ml of the solution once a day. It’s easy to use and fits your daily routine. Simply massage it into your scalp for best results. You’ll love how it makes your hair look fuller and healthier.

TrichoSol™ is a gentle and effective carrier agent that delivers the active ingredients to your scalp. It’s made from natural mineral salts of plant origin and does not contain ethanol or propylene glycol, which can irritate your skin. TrichoSol™ spreads easily and evenly over your scalp, nourishing your hair follicles.

Active Ingredients: 

  • 2% Minoxidil
  • 2% Melatonin

Other Ingredients:

  • TrichoSol™
  • Ethanol – small amount to stop it crystalising

How to use:

  • Use a dropper to apply 1 ml of the solution to a clean and dry scalp. Spread and rub on areas affected by androgenetic alopecia.

Read more:

National Library of Medicine

Topical Melatonin for Treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia
Melatonin and the Human Hair Follicle