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Attention Women: Your happy head of hair awaits, regrow your hair in 3 to 6 months

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Get ready for all the holiday happenings and start the New Year with a fuller head of hair. Happy Head has taken one of its most popular products, the SuperCapsule, and fine-tuned it specifically for women.

Happy Head has added new ingredients, such as spironolactone, and removed some ingredients that weren’t as well-suited for women.

The changes make it the formula especially effective for women experiencing hair loss or thinning.

If you are one of them, use the code HAPPYHAIR60 for 60% off a first order, bringing the price to $35 for the first month. After that, the price is $89 monthly. The code works on all products as well.

Happy Head’s SuperCapsule (Women’s Formula) is designed to regrow your hair in 3 to 6 months and prevent further hair loss. The specialized product combines Spironolactone, Minoxidil and Vitamin D3. The all-in-one daily capsule includes the strongest, FDA-approved prescription ingredients and an essential hair vitamin in a single pill.

With only a one-step routine, hair regrowth has never been easier

By taking just one SuperCapsule per day, you’ll combine the strongest, FDA-approved prescription medicine and an essential hair vitamin in a single pill. No need to take multiple pills and apply messy foams or sprays every day to achieve your optimal hair growth results.

Track your hair growth goals by taking monthly progress photos to track your hair growth journey. With the subscription, you receive a fresh batch monthly, which is a testament to the freshness and a good reminder to take a selfie.

Your happy head of hair awaits

Happy Head is delivered discreetly to your door. Free shipping, no contract, cancel any time.

The company has special, customized formulas for women. For women under 50, the standard formula consists of these active ingredients: Spironolactone 0.1%, Minoxidil 6%, and Retinoic Acid 0.01%. For women older than 50, the standard formula consists of Finasteride 0.1%, Minoxidil 6%, and Retinoic Acid 0.01%.

Your doctor will help determine which formula is right for you, depending upon your age and medical hair loss history

What’s included:

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What are the advantages to switch from OTC Minoxidil to Happy Head?

Topical over-the-counter (OTC) Minoxidil is either 2% for females or 5% for males. Happy Head has Minoxidil at 6% for females and 8% for males, a higher dosage than the over-the-counter versions. In addition, OTC Minoxidil can be irritating.

Happy Head has a special base solution fortified with Aloe Vera and other calming ingredients to reduce the irritation from Minoxidil.

Happy Head Minoxidil is also combined with Retinoic Acid, which has been shown in clinical studies to increase efficacy on Minoxidil.

Can I use Happy Head if Minoxidil irritates my scalp?

Yes. Unlike OTC Minoxidil, Happy Head is made with a special base solution that is designed to soothe the scalp and reduce the irritation of the stronger Minoxidil in the product. In addition, aloe is added to the product to soothe the skin, along with over-the-counter Hydrocortisone to reduce additional irritation. All these innovations result in a gentler formula compared to the over-the-counter Minoxidil version.

However, some patients may still be very sensitive and irritation may still occur. If this happens, we can customize the formula to reduce the Minoxidil concentration or even remove the Minoxidil.

Can I use my local pharmacy?

Happy Head’s pharmacy will custom compound your solution; there is no need to visit your local pharmacy. Your product is delivered to your door.

Disclaimer: This article does not provide medical advice.

The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material contained in this article, is for informational purposes only. No material within this article is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

This story was originally published August 7, 2023, 12:44 PM.

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