Propecia & Rogaine... It Works!!?? - Valley Forge, PA

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I felt the need to a write a review. I'm a 20 year...

I felt the need to a write a review. I'm a 20 year old male who sought out a dermatologist for hair loss and genetic balding/recession. I went back today for a 3 month checkup and I must say... WOW. I think this stuff actually works! I take the 1mg of propecia in the morning once a day. I have absolutely no side effects. NONE. I purchase the propecia at Walmart with the RxApp for $27/month. I use the rogaine twice a day. Once after my daily shower when my hair is still damp and then again before I go to bed. I apply the rogaine along my hair line and also directly down the middle from front to back. Rogaine is literally like $27 a bottle and for a 3 month supply it is $49 so it makes all the sense in the world to get a three month supply because you're getting the 3rd one for free basically. But when my dermo showed me my before and after pics... only like 2 1/2 months after... there's def a noticable difference! My dermo was actually very impressed. Sadly, I was going to take a picture of these results but my phone was dead at the office :(... so when I go back in February 2017 I will def share my before and after pictures with all of you!

6 month update! MUST SEE.

6 month update! Had to share. This is my result applying minoxidil 2x daily... morning and night. I also take 1mg of finisteride every morning. The pic of the left is before and the right is after. I just got my haircut yesterday and I would say both are at the same length. For those who wonder about my hair are routine... I do wash my hair daily with head and shoulders shampoo and conditioner. I do still have a problem with dry scalp and dandruff but even with this underlying issue, I am still regrowing hair. Now the cost... finisteride is putting my out $30/month and rogaine is costing me $45/3 months. My dermotolgist was so happy about the results. Using the Rx app to pay for my medication is cheaper than the discount I'd receive through my insurance. Anyways! Please feel free to comment and PM me with any questions :-)

Front View 6 months

Front view. This pic was taken in October 2016 to February 2017

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