MINISCALP 2% GEL
EPI CARE PHARMA
MINISCALP 2% GEL belongs to the class of ‘vasodilators’ used to treat alopecia (hair loss). MINISCALP 2% GEL stimulates hair growth and slows down the process of balding. Alopecia is the thinning or loss of hair on the scalp or any part of the body.
MINISCALP 2% GEL contains ‘Minoxidil’, a vasodilator that widens the blood vessels. This vasodilation process helps provide oxygen, blood, and nutrients to the hair follicles, thereby preventing hair cell death and promoting new hair growth.
Your doctor will suggest the dose and duration based on your condition. Some common side effects of MINISCALP 2% GEL include changes in the colour/texture of the hair, excessive hair growth, headache, itching, skin irritation, dryness, shortness of breath, scaling of the skin, and redness. These side effects usually do not require medical attention and gradually resolve during the treatment. If the side effects persist or worsen, consult a doctor.
Do not apply MINISCALP 2% GEL on shaved, inflamed, infected, irritated or painful scalp skin. Before using MINISCALP 2% GEL, let your doctor know if you have high blood pressure, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, heart diseases like angina (chest pain), a recent heart attack, and circulation disorders. MINISCALP 2% GEL not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women. MINISCALP 2% GEL may cause dizziness affecting your driving ability; hence avoid driving or operating machinery until you are alert. Children and adolescents below 18 years should not use MINISCALP 2% GEL.
MINISCALP 2% GEL is a vasodilator that treats alopecia (hair loss). It stimulates hair growth and prevents baldness. MINISCALP 2% GEL opens potassium channels and widens the blood vessels to increase the blood flow. This vasodilation process promotes blood flow to the hair follicles, providing sufficient nutrition and oxygen to the hair cell. This process of supplying oxygen and nutrients to the hair cell prevents its death and stimulates hair growth.
Let your doctor know if you are allergic to any of the components in MINISCALP 2% GEL. Avoid smoking or going near naked flames since MINISCALP 2% GEL can catch fire and burn easily. Tell your doctor before using MINISCALP 2% GEL if you have a history of high blood pressure, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, heart diseases like angina (chest pain), a recent heart attack, and circulation disorders. MINISCALP 2% GEL may cause dizziness affecting your ability to drive; hence drive or operate machinery with caution. MINISCALP 2% GEL is not recommended for children and adolescents below 18 years of age.
Drug-Drug Interaction: MINISCALP 2% GEL may interact with drugs used to treat high blood pressure (guanethidine) and drugs used to treat impotence (tadalafil).
Drug-Food Interaction: No interactions were found.
Drug-Disease Interaction: If you have high blood pressure, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, heart diseases like angina (chest pain), a recent heart attack, and circulation disorders, please tell your doctor before taking MINISCALP 2% GEL.
Please consult your doctor before using MINISCALP 2% GEL if you have concerns regarding this.
MINISCALP 2% GEL is not recommended during pregnancy.
MINISCALP 2% GEL is not recommended for breastfeeding mothers.
MINISCALP 2% GEL may cause dizziness and affect your ability to drive and operate machines. Do not drive until you are focused and mentally alert while undergoing treatment with MINISCALP 2% GEL.
Let your doctor know if you have any history of liver diseases or hepatic impairment before using MINISCALP 2% GEL.
Let your doctor know if you have any history of kidney diseases before using MINISCALP 2% GEL.
Children and adolescents below 18 years should not use MINISCALP 2% GEL.
It is advised to monitor your hormonal and vitamin D profiles, which can affect your hair loss.
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Alopecia or Hair loss: It is an autoimmune disorder that causes the thinning or loss of hair on the scalp or any other part of the body. The main symptom is patchy hair loss. Coin-sized patchy hair loss is prominently seen on the scalp. However, a person with alopecia may also lose hair in other body parts, including eyelashes, eyebrows, facial hair, and body hair. Alopecia can be due to heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of ageing. It is more common in men.
MINISCALP 2% GEL
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60 ml Gel in 1 Tube