Despite how well it’s been working for my hair loss, I’m having an issue with Rogaine foam and the heat. Essentially, I’m wondering if there is any way to stop Rogaine foam from quickly dissolving in hot temperatures? I live in a converted attic with no air conditioning, and it’s always around ten degrees hotter here than in the rest of the house. I’ve tried storing the bottles in different places and even next to fans, but most of the time the foam instantly dissolves or melts in the cap as soon as I squirt it out. Does anyone have any tips on how to prevent this sort of thing from happening?
Although a scientific answer to this question probably does not exist, several forum members have provided suggestions and explained how they keep Rogaine foam from dissolving in the heat. These methods include: placing the bottle in the refrigerator before use, applying the foam directly to the scalp (where it is meant to dissolve and melt), holding one’s hands under cold water for 20 – 30 seconds before handling the foam, keeping the container on ice water before applying, and even holding ice cubes before spraying the foam onto the hand.
Do you have an idea or method to keep Rogaine foam from dissolving and melting in the heat? If so, feel free to participate on the hair restoration discussion forum topic Cooling Off Rogaine Foam?
Blake Bloxham – formerly “Future_HT_Doc”
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