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What should I do -- or not do -- to my hair to help it grow longer faster?

 

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Topical minoxidil is what you need to be applying to your scalp to help achieve thicker hair and to keep it in the actively growing anagen phase for a longer period of time. You must use if for 6-12 months every day and twice daily in order to see optimal results.

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I read about minoxidil and it says it is for people who are bald. It is a form of rogaine. Is this still for those who don't have a hair loss problem to grow longer hair faster?

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