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In 1988, the FDA approved 2% topical Minoxidil as an effective treatment to combat androgenetic alopecia-induced hair loss in men and in 1992 for women.
Minoxidil was originally used as an oral medication to help with high blood pressure. And, we know that it helps with high blood pressure by dilating vessels by activating the potassium channels in the vasculature when used for this indication.
However, we do know a few things that may be part of the story behind how Minoxidil works for hair growth.:
Over time, researchers discovered that Minoxidil must undergo a chemical reaction in the body to produce Minoxidil Sulfate, an active ingredient that stimulates hair growth. The key enzyme in this physiological reaction is Minoxidil Sulfotransferase.
With years of research backed by peer-reviewed, published clinical studies, the Minoxidil Response Test is a proven method of identifying Minoxidil responders & non-responders.