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Minoxidil Before and After Transformations — See How 6 Women Reversed Hair Loss

Both topical and oral forms of this treatment work

Thinking about giving minoxidil a try to treat hair loss? Or curious if the drug really works to reverse thinning hair? Regardless of your question related to minoxidil, it can be helpful to see just how effective the hair growth treatment is (and it does indeed work!). That’s why we gathered minoxidil before and after transformations that show how real women achieved real results. Keep scrolling to see the “hair makeovers” for yourself — the differences are truly amazing, especially no matter if you try a topical or oral minoxidil remedy.

6 minoxidil before and after results of real women

Here, the minoxidil transformations broken down by topical and oral use of the drug and the type of hair loss it helped.

1. Topical minoxidil before and after for allover thinning

TikToker @dearalopecia has been using a topical form of minoxidil for over 11 months and the results are simply outstanding. And while she might have a shorter hairstyle, you can see a dramatic difference in the overall density of her tresses in the video below.


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♬ Strangers – Kenya Grace

2. Topical minoxidil before and after for bald patches

The below video from @iamtvblake shows how she uses minoxidil to help fill in her sparse spots. She’s been using minoxidil for over four years and talks about how much she applies, why she likes the treatment and more.

3. Topical minoxidil before and after for a sparse hairline

If patchiness along your hairline is bothering you, then you’ll want to see this transformation. YouTuber @LifeDIY details in her video below how she used minoxidil to “fill in” her hairline and in turn make her hair look thicker.

4. Topical minoxidil before and after for a receding hairline

YouTuber @HelenAvery shares her experience with using minoxidil to target a receding hairline. Interestingly, she talks about how she first used applied minoxidil to target bald spots and now is using it to bulk up her hairline. See her hair regrowth in the video below.

5. Oral minoxidil before and after for a widening part

While the oral form of minoxidil was not originally intended for use to regrow hair, it’s now commonly prescribed to combat thinning hair. As shown by TikToker @hannahshairgrowthjourney after just eight months of use, the medication is spurring new hair growth to fix a wide part.


I think I’ve responded really well to the Oral Minoxidil so far! Thinking it might be time to start a DHT blocker next time i visit the Dermatologist to help with the loss from the AGA. The Minoxidil is definitely helping with the growth! What DHT blocker are you taking & would you recommend it? #AGA #androgenicalopecia #androgentichairloss #alopecia #oralminoxidil #hairlossjourney #hairloss #hairlosstreatment #femalepatternhairloss #femalepatternbaldness #femalepatternalopecia #femalepatternbalding #femalehairloss #minoxidil #minoxidilresult #androgeneticalopecia

♬ Life Will Be – Cleo Sol

6. Topical and oral minoxidil before and after for excessive shedding

YouTuber @Fluffyduff shares her two-year progress and updates of using minoxidil in both topical and oral forms. She talks about how she started using a topical formula but switched to oral minoxidil after being diagnosed with female pattern hair loss. Watch her video below to see her amazing results.

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