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Using Rogaine To Regrow Eyebrows

Rogaine: Why you Definitely Shouldn’t be Using It

One beauty hack which women, in particular, have tried in recent years, involves using the male hair restoration foam branded as Rogaine to regrow eyebrows. Does Rogaine work? In short, yes. Minoxidil, the active component of Rogaine is an antihypertensive vasodilator form of medication. What this means, is that the drug forces blood vessels to dilate. Increased blood flow to hair follicles subsequently results in faster hair growth and thickness.

However, like all drugs, Minoxidil has side effects. In the very worst cases, it can cause heart palpitations and anxiety. More alarmingly, though, many long-term users of Minoxidil hold the drug responsible for rapid skin aging and the development of dark under eye bags and circles. Worse, many users cite these side effects as being permanent. This being the case, do you really want to risk ravaging your skin in order to achieve more voluminous eyebrows?

Natural & Better Cosmetic Alternatives

The good news is that most people use Rogaine simply to promote fast-track eyebrow growth. Providing that people are prepared to wait, they can achieve exactly the same benefits naturally. Alternatively, for those who can’t wait, eyebrow and eyelash growth serums which contain the active ingredient myristoyl pentapeptide-17, are both safe and proven to be effective at promoting faster and more luscious hair growth.