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Reddit mentions of Kirkland Signature Minoxidil Foam for Men, 12.66oz (6x2.11oz=12.66oz)

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We found 7 Reddit mentions of Kirkland Signature Minoxidil Foam for Men, 12.66oz (6x2.11oz=12.66oz). Here are the top ones.

Kirkland Signature Minoxidil Foam for Men, 12.66oz  (6x2.11oz=12.66oz)
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6 Foam Canisters, For External Use Only, For Use By Men Only^6 bottles^six month supplyMinoxidil is the #1 Dermatologist recommended OTC hair regrowth treatment active ingredient6 Foam Canisters, For External Use Only, For Use By Men Only6 bottlesMinoxidil is the #1 Dermatologist recommended OTC hair regrowth treatment active ingredient6 Foam Canisters, For External Use Only, For Use By Men Only6 bottles
Height7 Inches
Length7 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateFebruary 2017
Size12.66 Ounce (Pack of 1)
Weight0.13 Pounds
Width3 Inches

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Found 7 comments on Kirkland Signature Minoxidil Foam for Men, 12.66oz (6x2.11oz=12.66oz):

u/FrigidShadow · 3 pointsr/tressless

Amazon USA shipped internationally is competitively often better priced for Canada.

US $75 / 6 months foam (ships to Canada)https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007Z75H0Y/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=AS2PC0R214UOR&psc=1

US $ 47 / 6 months liquid (From Canada)https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07S4GMYXX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1TBUND0LZLZEU&psc=1

US $74 / 12 months liquid (ships to Canada)https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KHC9D6C/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2U865CG3AKGP3&psc=1

Those are all shipping cost included FYI

u/Vetox23 · 3 pointsr/Minoxbeards

Well you’re still a relatively young person, I’d imagine (don’t quote me on this) that the reason it cause “wrinkles and aging skin” would be due to the fact that it causes dryness within the area the area of application because of the Propylene Glycol in Minoxidil. This usually leads to a person not being able maintain an adequately moisturized face while you have minoxidil on your face. I can imagine that without the proper amount of natural oils (sebum), it could lead to skin aging and wrinkles. Though IF that’s the case (because I am no professional), you may want to use the foam version so you don’t experience the dryness, though you will still have to wait to take off the minoxidil before you moisturize, your skin will not become nearly as dry WHILE you have it on. Over the long term this could make a difference. Hopefully this will help you gauge which direction you what to proceed with. Aside from this, if you can afford the Foam Minoxidil from Kirkland or Rogaine for the duration of your intended use then all that is left is to weigh your pros and cons and decide if it’s worth the potential trade offs.

If you’re very concerned with the health of your skin I’d advise you to look into purchasing a Biotin 1000mcg supplement (Do not take higher than this. This is slightly more than 3 times the Daily Recommended Value of a person with metabolism of 2000 Calories; longterm use of really high contents of biotin could lead to catastrophic nerve issues, the one I provided is usually the lowest you will find but is more than enough). Also look into essential oils preferably with low comedogenic ratings or other moisturizers for your skin. As well as
Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptide Supplements. Though supplements are great, they are exactly as the name implies, they supplement. Having a healthy balanced diet, along with daily aerobic exercise is your best aid in having healthy skin.

Hopefully this helps!

u/MrPeriodical · 2 pointsr/beards

I've been using minoxidil for a couple months too.

When i started I didn't notice shedding on my face, but that may have been because I had nearly no facial hair at all. (I did also start applying it to my hairline, and I noticed shedding there)

No rashes, no itching, or anything.

For the first two weeks I kept shaving everything off, then I decided I to just let it grow. Now I just trim it to 4.5mm everyday. I make sure to rub in enough that it reaches my skin under the hair.

I plan on applying it until my beard looks something like this. Then I can be sure it will grow back if I cut it.

I use this foam. The foam is simple to apply and dries super fast. I rub it in the morning and at night. I also use this face wash because the alcohol in the foam started drying my face out.

u/mackinoncougars · 2 pointsr/tressless

It should help with density and it's really not that expensive to take the risk. It's like $50 a year for the topical

or like $120 a year for the foam

u/bgbw123 · 1 pointr/tressless

There's a foam version of the generic kirkland minox on Amazon.com.

It's more expensive than the liquid, but much cheaper than Rogaine foam. Well worth $60 for a 6-month supply, IMO.

u/tdawg7669 · 1 pointr/tressless


Thats what I use. Its cheaper if you can get it from costco. Also most stores like Walmart and Target have their own generic that may or may not be cheaper. If that is too expensive the liquid is like half the price but is more of a hassle to apply and some people say it makes their hair greasy and its messy and takes a while to dry.