1. Step 1:

    Gently part your hair to expose your scalp, making sure your head is completely dry. If you use a comb, make sure it’s got rounded, widely spaced teeth.

  2. Step 2:

    Hold the can vertically and press the nozzle to dispense half a capful of the topical foam. Always use the recommended 1 g dose. Don’t use more than this dose once a day — exceeding the dose won’t cause the product to work any faster or improve results.

  3. Step 3:

    Rub the foam into your scalp and gently massage it throughout the affected area, being careful to minimize any hair breakage. Wash your hands thoroughly and you’re done. Once the foam dries, style hair as usual.


  • Use only the recommended dosage of half a capful once a day
  • Ensure your scalp is completely dry before applying
  • Allow the foam to air dry before following your normal styling routine
  • Follow the package insert for full directions and product information

To be sure ROGAINE® is right for you, always read and follow the label and package insert.


We recommend using Women’s ROGAINE® as part of your evening routine, about half an hour before bed. Try to think of it as a new part of your daily routine — like brushing your teeth. Regular, daily treatment is essential to success. If you miss an application, resume treatment as normal the next day — do not apply a double dose to make up for a missed one.


Results will vary from person to person. Clinical studies have shown that regrowth can occur as early as 3 months, but it may take up to 6 months for some women to notice results.

At first, your new hair will probably be soft, downy and barely visible. But after continued treatment, this new hair should become the same colour and thickness as the rest of your hair.


Hair growth is a naturally slow process, so it’s important to stay patient and stick to the routine. During the first 2-6 weeks after starting treatment, you may even notice a slight increase in hairs falling out. Don't panic — this is totally normal, and actually a good sign. It means your hair follicles are shifting from a resting phase to an active growing phase. This can cause new hairs to push out the older hairs. However, if hair loss continues for longer than 2 weeks, stop using ROGAINE® and talk to your doctor.