|Product Name||Minoxidil sulphate||Other Name||Minoxidil sulphate powder|
|Specification||More than 99%||Appearance||White Powder|
|Molecular Formula||C9H15N5O4S||Molecular Weight||289.31|
|CAS NO.||83701-22-8||EINECS NO.||635-997-7|
|Standard||USP or EP||Certifications||ISO,Halal,FDA|
|OEM Service||Yes||Grade||Medical and Cosmetic|
Minoxidil sulfate is an antihypertensive vasodilator and also claimed to slow or stop hair loss and promote hair growth. Among other hair loss treatments, it can be used over the counter to treat androgenic alopecia, but if it undergoes measurable changes, it will disappear within a few months after stopping the drug.
Minoxidil sulfate was originally sold as a hypertension drug and is known to have interesting side effects of increasing human hair growth or in some cases severe hair loss. Treatments for hair loss and hair loss usually include a 5% solution designed for men and a 2% solution designed for women.
Minoxidil sulfate is a vasodilating drug, which means it can open blood vessels. Originally developed for the treatment of hypertension, it has since become popular as a drug for treating the early stages of hair loss, after care practitioners noticed an increase in hair growth as a side effect. It is believed that minoxidil sulfate powder works by increasing blood supply to hair follicles and promoting hair development. This medication is usually available over the counter and carries multiple brand names.
Test report of Minoxidil Sulfate