Adding Azelaic Acid To Minoxidil



This is a way to make a rough equivalent to Dr Lee's Xandrox but it will work out to be a lot cheaper. The more expensive versions Xandrox have other ingredients besides minoxidil and azelaic acid. Here's what you need:

1 60 ml (2 ounce) bottle of Rogaine or it's generic equivalent. Walmart sells a brand called Equate which contains 5% minoxidil at a price of just $20 for 3 bottles.

5 mls of azelaic acid flakes.

Using a clear plastic medicine cup measure out 5 mls of azelaic acid flakes and dump them into your fresh bottle of 5% minoxidil. 5 mls will also be equivalent to one teaspoon. Then close the bottle and shake it up for a 2-3 minutes. Then wait 24 hours for the azelaic acid to fully dissolve. Apply twice per day just like you would apply 5% minoxidil. If you are unsure how to apply just follow the directions you received with your bottle of minoxidil. Below is a supplier for the azelaic acid flakes. I have no affiliation, financial or otherwise with the supplier.

Azelaic Acid Supplier


I also highly recommend you add the product Hair Muck to your minoxidil and azelaic acid. Hair Muck contains 3 things I believe are highly beneficial and will make the formulation much more powerful. It contains saw palmetto, beta sitosterol and a small amount of polysorbate 80. It also contains a bit of glycerin which will also tend to help with some of the scalp irritation problems associated with using a minoxidil based formula. A years supply will cost you about $40. You simply measure out 10 mls and dump it in your minoxidil and azelaic acid combination. If you are interested you can purchase Hair Muck at the link below.

Purchase Hair Muck Here




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