Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply Everything Else

(10 customer reviews)


About this item 3-month supply of Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam hair growth treatment to help treat hair loss, maintain hair density and allow for the regrowth of fuller hair Formulated with 5% Minoxidil, our fast-working hair regrowth treatment works to boost hair follicle activity and hair protein production and is clinically proven to regrow hair Men’s hair growth treatment also contains botanical extracts and emollient to help maintain a healthy, conditioned scalp, plus alphahydroxy acid (AHA) to promote natural skin exfoliation to help keep follicles open. Hair Type: All Hair Types From the no.1 dermatologist-recommended brand, this anti-hair loss foam is ideal for use at the early stages of hair thinning and features Tricho-Prime Technology that works on contact to create a healthy hair regrowth environment Men’s hair growth treatment delivers clinically visible results in as little as 12 weeks and comes in an easy-to-apply foam, specially designed to fit into your daily routine

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Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam is the first and only FDA-approved men’s foam treatment for hair loss. It is clinically proven to regrow hair in many men.

From the manufacturer

MEN'S ROGAINE FOAM PENETRATES INTO THE SCALP TO REGROW FULLER, THICKER HAIR. Available in One & Three Month Supply Men’s Rogaine Foam Penetrates Into the Scalp to Regrow Fuller, Thicker Hair


  • Revives shrunken hair follicles and helps maintain hair density over time
  • FDA-approved formula with Tricho-Prime technology start to work on contact
  • No messy drips – massage in & style hair as usual

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  1. Get Started

Get Started

  1. Start with dry or damp, towel-dried hair. Part your hair in a few rows to maximize scalp exposure.
  2. Apply to Foam

Apply Foam

  1. Hold the can upside down and dispense half a capful of foam onto fingers (apply as directed).
  2. Massage It In

Massage It In

  1. Massage into your scalp where hair is thinning. Allow foam to absorb & air dry before styling hair.

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How to Apply Rogaine Foam

1 Get Started 2 Apply Foam 3 Massage It In

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  1. ROGAINE Foam’s Tricho-Prime technology begins to work on contact for optimal regrowth


  1. ROGAINE Foam’s Tricho-Prime technology begins to work on contact for optimal regrowth
  2. Used daily, boosts hair follicle activity and hair protein production for long-lasting hair density


  1. Used daily, boosts hair follicle activity and hair protein production for long-lasting hair density
  2. Help maintain a helathy conditioned scalp


  1. Help maintain a helathy conditioned scalp
  2. Promotes skin exfoliation to help follicles open


  1. Promotes skin exfoliation to help follicles open

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  1. Facts About Thinning Hair
  2. Why Choose Rogaine

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  1. Before and After Panel 1
  2. Before and After Panel 2
  3. Before and After Panel 3

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Dermatologist Recommended


Yes Yes Yes Size

1-month & 3-month supply

1-month & 3-month supply 2-month & 4-month supply 1-month & 3-month supply Ingredients

5% minoxidil*

5% minoxidil 5% minoxidil* 2% minoxidil Form & Application

Heat-activated, no mess foam**

Use dropper to apply*** Heat-activated, no mess foam** Use dropper to apply*** Safe for

Color-treated or permed hair

Color-treated or permed hair Color-treated or permed hair Color-treated or permed hair Usage

Twice daily

Twice daily Once daily Twice daily

Additional information

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎


Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

6 x 5 x 4 inches; 6.33 Ounces

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Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

Johnson & Johnson

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#3 in Hair Regrowth Treatments

Customer Reviews:

23,443 ratings

10 reviews for Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply Everything Else

  1. P. Semmer

    Good product for long term maintenance.

  2. Carol Varon

    I love this product, fragrance free, easy to use and it works!!!!!!

  3. Haleigh Fullerton

    My boyfriend was struggling with facial hair loss in large chunks. We tried a bunch of different natural oils but none of them worked. We ordered this as a last resort and it brought his facial hair back within about 2-3 months and hasn’t had that issue for a few years now. We still had some bottles left over when he was done!

  4. Lance

    I wanted to write a positive review of my experience to offset some of the negative and misleading reviews that I have seen here. Also keep in mind, I have only been using this product for about 3 months and the results are already astounding.A little background: I am a 27 year old male that has been experiencing a frontal receding hair-line since I was about 21. I have tried other hair regrowth products in the past that I have found online but have never had any success. For many years I gave up trying to regrow hair and started to cut my hair shorter and shorter as I was losing more and more of it. I considered a hair transplant procedure but the cost was too expensive and I was too embarrassed to go through the whole process. I was literally days away from shaving my head and accepting defeat until I decided to give one more product a shot, and thank god it was the Rogaine Foam. It has literally changed my life and I feel so much better and have 1000x more confidence that I did only months ago. Let me run through a couple of points:1. The myth that Rogaine foam only works on the vertex of the head is entirely FALSE. The vertex of my head surprisingly still has hair and has not thinned out at all so I never used it in that spot. My frontal scalp was receding and I was losing hair in the “peaks” of my scalp so I only used the foam in those spots. Rogaine has regrown about an inch of new hair on both sides of my little patch of hair I used to have in the front. It has absolutely redefined my hairline in the front and has made the existing hair much, much thicker. So yes, Rogaine will work in the front of your head, as well as the vertex.2. The “dread shed” is REAL. I know the last thing men with hair loss want to do is put a product on your head that will make you lose the little hair that you have left. The old saying “It has to get worse before it gets better” has never been more true. The good news is, it doesn’t last that long. I think it was about 2 weeks before I stopped shedding and started to regrow the new hair. I know this scares the hell out of most people, but it’s well worth it in the long run.3. Supplementation and other products are key to aiding hair regrowth. It is very important that if you are serious in trying to regrow hair that you supply the best foundation to do so as possible. I am not a doctor so before you start taking any sort of supplementation it’s best to get approval first, but the following is what I would suggest: Take a good daily multivitamin. The vitamin I take is:

    Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Multivitamins, 180-Count

    It has amazing ingredients such as Saw palmetto and B-complex vitamins that will aid with hair regrowth, not to mention all the other excellent benefits the vitamin has.I also started to show signs of thyroid problems such as feeling lazy, depressed, and of course hair loss. I went to the doctor to check my levels, but of course they said I was in the normal range. Not agreeing with the diagnoses I went ahead and purchased a Thyroid Support supplement:

    Gaia Herbs Thyroid Support, 120 Liquid Phyto-Capsules

    After taking the Thyroid Support I feel 1000x better that I did before. I feel better, have more energy, no depression, and my hair is regrowing. For all I know, it could of been the source of my hair loss the entire time.The other product that I use that isn’t a supplement but I honestly think is helping a tremendous amount is a Bosley Revive Shampoo that reduces the amount of DHT on your scalp. As we all know, DHT is a major cause of hair loss in males. The Shampoo not only removes DHT from the scalp, but also makes the hair stronger and healthier. I use:

    Bosley Bos Revive Nourishing Shampoo for Visibly Thinning Non Color-Treated Hair, 33.8 Ounce

    Like I stated earlier, these are the products that I use and have had amazing results with. Obviously, not everyone will have the same success that I have had, but it is extremely important to aid your body in every way possible to promote healthy hair growth. I am not even through the last bottle of foam in my first 3-pack and I have already gained 5 years of hair back that I used to have.In closing, I hope this review doesn’t come off like an advertisement but will help some men that are on the fence with trying the product. After reading the negative reviews, I had to tell my story of success and I hope it helps at least one other person achieve their own success story of hair regrowth.If anyone has any questions, leave them in the comment section and I will try my best to answer.Thanks for reading.

  5. jimmy tomorrow

    My updated review:November 26, 2021As I stated below in my original review; I was gradually losing my hair (especially in front) for a couple of years. I started using Rogaine in June of 2021. After 3 months of use as directed, I saw some obvious improvements. Nothing spectacular but obvious nonetheless. In September of 2021. I unfortunately had to stop using the product. However, nothing could prepare me for what occurred within the next couple of months after stopping the use. My hair growth miraculously exploded in growth!!!! Not only in length but in volume! ESPECIALLY in front at the hairline. This seems unbelievable, but I swear it truly has happened. My hair is as full and thick as it was 4 years ago before I noticed it thinning.I cannot explain it – BUT Rogain DOES REALLY WORK and regardless of what the product states;IT REALLY DOES RE-GROW HAIR AT THE HAIRLINE. I have a pompadour AGAIN!I am reordering today!*My original review:The short answer:Does Rogain Foam stimulate hair growth? – Yes.Will Rogain Foam grow hair at the (front) hairline? – Yes it does (it did for me anyway).Will my hair ever be the same as it was 5-10 years ago? – No.Hairs grown as a result of using Rogain will be thin and wispy. Not thick in diameter like the hair you once had but may make up for it in density with continued use.The long version:Although I still have hair; it has been drastically thinning for a while. I started using Rogaine Foam twice a day for 3 months now. It is a slow progression. Upon the first month of use; I lost a significant amount of hair since I started using Rogaine Foam. It was startling enough for me to almost stop using the product. However, The directions do state that this is a temporary occurrence and will lessen with continued use.As it finally did stop after the first month.My first impression:The foam may not be suitable if you do have hair: 1) Rogaine needs to be applied directly to the scalp in order to be effective. Hair (even a small amount), will wick the foam solution away from the scalp which defeats the whole objective. 2) It takes a while to dry. 3) When dry, The foam leaves my hair, that it comes in contact with, feeling gunky and sticky 4) My hair is dark. Rogaine also leaves behind a white residue, making my hair appear dull, dry, chalky and unmanageable to style. Not to forget mentioning, an embarrassing white residue along my forehead/hairline (where it drips).Notwithstanding;I have managed to figure out part of a solution to the aforementioned caveat. If you do have hair; Instead of attempting to apply the foam directly to your head through your hair, hoping to reach the scalp – 1) First remove the cap and run hot water over the bottom outside of the cap. 2) Dispense the foam into the cap (half a cap full). The warmed cap will “melt” the foam into a liquid state. 3) Use a plastic syringe (craft store) or an eye dropper to draw up the Rogaine solution (1/2 cap full = approx 20cc(?). 4) Part the hair you do have and gently apply small drops directly on to your scalp. Yes, it will run down your head but tilt your head and use your finger tips to try to massage it back to the targeted scalp area. Unfortunately hair will almost always wick the solution. Personally, I see no point in switching to the liquid Rogain formula as I think; no matter the foam or liquid – the results of this stuff getting in your hair is unavoidable.It’s only been 3 months and I have definitely seen positive results. I will continue to use…as long as the formula and cost remains reasonable and consistent.

  6. Kindle Customer

    SHORT VERSION:Do it. Don’t hesitate. Don’t second guess. Do it. You will be so happy you did! Just keep in mind, Rogaine only works for men who have thinning hair or are bald at the crown of their head. If you’re losing hair from the front/forehead area, unfortunately it will not work. There packaging mentions it multiple times to clarify before you buy. Sorry guys.LONG VERSION (for those who like details):I’m a 30-something dad, testicular cancer survivor, with hair that was quickly disappearing from the crown of my head. Suffice it to say, I was not happy with the changes going on with my body, most of which I had no control over. And my youth seemed to be slipping right past me while I grappled with the realization that I will never look the way I did in my 20s (which feels like it was just yesterday).I needed a boost to my self-esteem that wasn’t wildly expensive and it didn’t involve surgery. I’ve seen enough surgeons for a lifetime! Rogaine provided exactly what I needed. I’ve been using the foam for 90 days now, twice a day, and usually very consistently. As the instructions explain, consistency is key. What I see in the mirror is amazing. Yes, it’s entirely superficial, but it’s a victory. I feel like a small part of me is back to the way it used to be and sometimes you really need that.After about 30 days, I saw some small improvement. It was very gradual until one day I looked in the mirror and said, “Oh hey, there’s more hair back there.” I never experienced itching or dryness, or anything negative. It felt like nothing had changed at all. The only side effect, and this is very strange, but maybe 20 mins after I put it on, I felt one small throb on the crown of my head and it passed in seconds. I don’t know what that was about. It wasn’t unbearable or anything and that stopped happening after about a week.60 days is when I really noticed a change. I used to be very particular about styling my hair in a way that hid the spot. It wasn’t a comb-over, but it did have to sit just the right way. If it brushed up against something or a strong wind blew it, there would be an embarrassing bare spot.So at 60 days, I was doing business in San Francisco on a particularly windy and rainy day. In the past, I would have panicked. The rain and wind would have revealed my bare spot and really messed with my self esteem. But on that day, I realized when I checked the back of my head that it was completely fine. There wasn’t a bare spot anymore. When I went out to lunch with other associates, I felt happy and confident, completely unafraid that the wind was going to make me look strange. It was a very rewarding day to have that confidence back.Now it’s like nothing at all. I put the Rogaine on in the morning and the evening. It’s that simple. Every now and then, I’ve skipped a treatment in the morning. Usually on a Saturday when I had some yard work to do and I just threw on a cap right after breakfast. Don’t worry if you miss one treatment. You won’t lose all your hair. Just go back to your routine that evening and you’ll be fine. The instructions explain that your hair only falls out if you stop treatment for several months. So don’t beat yourself up if you miss one. I would just suggest being very consistent during the first 30-60 days. That’s what I think matters the most.The daily requirement is the only real downside of Rogaine. You have to use it for life. But I don’t mind. It’s one small thing about my appearance that I really feel like I have control over, and I love the new confidence. If I have to rub a little foam through it twice a day to achieve that, I can deal with it.The instructions mention it can take up to 4 months to really see results. I must have been fortunate to have seen results sooner. If you look at the photo, you’ll see there is still a bit of thinness in the center. I’ve only been using it 90 days, so I figure that will fill in during the next month. Even if it doesn’t, and this is as good as it gets, I’m still satisfied!

  7. Mimi

    This stuff does work. I bought it for my adult son. He used it for a month.I’ve noticed a lot of new growth.

  8. vmaguli

    Just what we ordered

  9. Finn Mccool

    Updated 3/21/2015Thought I would update my review, now that I have been using the product for about a year. I have to say that I am pretty please with the results so far. My hair is certainly thicker and in better shape than it was prior to my using Rogaine. I have continued the routine I outlined in my original review below. Now I am not saying that I have the same head of hair as I did in my twenties, I am afraid those days are gone, I can clearly see where my hair is thinner when my hair is wet. However when it is dry, I no longer see my scalp when there is a light source behind me, as I could before I started using the Rogaine. Interestingly, I think I am just coming out of a bit of a thinning phase again, though nowhere near as bad as the initial shed I went through when I started using the product. Even during this thinning phase however, my hair never got as thin as it was before I started using the product. However, I seem to be through this phase now, and I am seeing plenty of fine hairs growing in again.As these fine hair mature they do indeed darken and thicken. So I guess what I am trying to say is that you may still go through some cycles of shedding and regrowing. I guess as long as we get the regrowth, I can deal with the occasional shed.So in synopsis, what I have to say is this is a worthwhile product if you are willing to give it a real try. If it doesn’t work out for you, it is not the end of the world, I still think the guys who embrace their baldness look much better than the guys who try and cover it up. I hope that if I reach a point where I am only fooling myself about my hair loss, that someone will let me know, and then I too will embrace the loss, and cut my hair short. But at least for now, that is decision that I do not have to make. I don’t have any doubts that as of right now, my hair is better off than it was a year ago, and how many times in life do you get to say something like that? Anyway, good luck to all.Original PostDefinitely getting new hair growth. I am 42 year old male who always had a thick head of hair. I was quite shocked to notice late last year that my hair was thinning out, specifically in the front left portion of my head. It had never occurred to me that I might have to face thinning hair/baldness, so I took it quite hard. Now I was not bald, but I was beginning to notice more scalp showing through my hair, especially when there is an overhead light. On the advice from my dermatologist, I bought my first can from the drug store, after that, I bought a 3 month supply from Amazon. As far as the cost goes there is no comparison, I think the 3 month supply cost about the same amount as the single can did from the drug store. A can does last me about a month, I am only using it in the thinning area in the front left hand portion of my head, and I try to use the recommended amount of half a capful, twice a day.Now for the nitty-gritty portion of my review. As others have mentioned before, I think you have to have your mind set prior to begin using this product. I think you have to be prepared to give this product a try for 4 months. I think you need to have reasonable expectations set, and an idea of how far you are willing to go to try and retain your hair. If you are going into this trial unsure if you are going to be able to do complete it, I think I would recommend against using it. You will certainly lose more hair at the onset. I was certainly worse off a month into using the product then I was at the onset. This was very discouraging. I was seeing some hair growth after a few weeks, but looking back on this now, I think these were just replacing some of the hair that this product caused to fall out in the first place, and not really new additional hair growing in. Thankfully these little hairs growing in encouraged me enough to keep going. If I had stopped after 6 weeks, I would have been far worse off.As I said before, I was not bald but thinning, and my goal was just to try and keep my scalp covered. Now that I am about 4 months in, I can definitely say that I see a lot less scalp showing through, even when there is an overhead light, or I am out and the Sun is overhead. When I part my hair, I see loads of small hair growing in. I also see hair growing in along the front of my hairline, even though the product says it will not work there. Now most of these hair are very fair in color, and do not seem to have much volume on their own, (I can tell however, that some of the older longer ones are darkening and might be thickening as well. I have some that are dark at the end, but are fair at the base) However, I think these fair hair are providing me with what I was hoping. Essentially filler, so that I do not see so much scalp through my hair. I do not expect to have as much hair as I did when I was young, I just don’t want to be in that in between state of having hair, and rocking the bald look. So far it has met my expectations.I also think it is helpful to have an idea of how far you are willing to go to keep your hair. My dermatologist recommended this product, but also mentioned the idea of propecia. Now I was willing to try this because their did not seem to be too many side effects, however I made up my mind before I started that I was not willing to go that far. Between the possible side effects, and the cost, I did not think it was worth it, and this brings me to my last point. I had to accept the very real possibility that I might lose my hair (and still might). For the first time, I began to take notice of how other men dealt with their hair loss. I have to say, that it is not even close, men who embraced the fact that they are losing/lost their hair, and decided to roll with it , look far better than the guys who try and cover it up. The guys who either shave their hear or cut it real close look far superior to the guys who try and do a comb over type thing. They seem to look far more comfortable and confident, in short, they look good. I decided if this stuff did not work for me, then I will try and embrace the change, and cut my hair short, that would be better than fretting about how it was looking, whether the wind was blowing it out of place, etc. I think that is the best advice I can offer about this whole thing. However, at least for the moment since this product does seem to be thickening my hair, that is a decision I can put off for now.Now for the last part of my novella here, as far as the actual routine of using twice a day, it is not too bad when you get in a routine. The first application I usually have to do at the gym in the morning after I shower. My hair is usually wet during this application. This stuff does seem to act like a mousse, holding my hair in place for the rest of the day, so I don’t use anything else. The second application is at night, shortly before bed, and my hair is usually dry at this application, so I get one wet and one dry application. Seems to be working for me. The actual application only takes a couple of minutes, and I kind of like the smell. I would also mention that I started taking 3K biotin, which you can buy at a drug store. I also started using that Nexus Shampoo available here on Amazon. Kind of expensive, I seem to like it, though I have only used it a handful of times so far, so I can’t gauge if it actually does anything. So in synopsis, here is my review. Working well on thinning hair (not bald), be prepared to give it an extended try or you will certainly be worse off for an aborted try, have reasonable expectations, know how far you are going to go with the whole process, baldness is not the end of the world, and may indeed be a good option. Also if you are going to try this, certainly buy it here rather than at a drug store.Good luck!

  10. Jwd

    My hair has been gradually thinning over the last 35 years. I have tried many things to help, but nothing really seemed to make a difference. I was at the point where I didn’t want to leave the house because my hair was so thin. I tried Rogaine foam at my dermatologist’s recommendation. Even though I am female, I use the men’s Rogaine two times a day. (Be advised that is not what the instructions recommend for women, so you can make your own decision about using it once (recommended for women) or twice daily.) It was the first thing that had ever helped. I could tell that I was shedding less hair. A few months later, I also started using Monat (directly from the company, so I was sure of authenticity) because my dermatologist had also mentioned Monat as a product that might help. I wash my hair every day with Monat’s Intense Repair shampoo and leave it on my hair for 5 minutes before rinsing and conditioning.I think together Rogaine foam and Monat have given me real results. While I still don’t have super thick hair, it now looks appropriate for someone my age (55). I am incredibly happy with the results. I don’t have to carefully try to arrange it on top and in the back to cover extra thin spots. They are gone. Someone who hadn’t seen me in a while stopped by. When I opened the door, she did a double take and said, “You have so much hair!” I told my husband about it and he said, “You do. You look like -” and pointed to a picture on the wall from about 12 years ago. He said I was getting a woolly head again! 🙂 (A slight exaggeration, but still nice to hear!)Also, I wanted to mention what didn’t work for me, in case that might help someone. I have tried lots of supplements and pills that are supposed to regrow hair and have never seen any results. I still take biotin anyway, because it is inexpensive, and lots of people say it helps. Also, I have noticed that sugar first thing in the morning really makes me shed a lot of hair. I was having fruit smoothies and my hair really started falling out. I now have a low carb breakfast. Lastly, in the past, when I tried Rogaine, I had always used the generic. I never saw any results, so I assumed the name brand Rogaine wouldn’t help either. But, at least for me, there was a night and day difference between generic and name brand Rogaine.(By the way, I am not getting any benefit from Rogaine or Monat for mentioning their products. I just hope my experiences can help someone else.) Blessings!

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