Coverit 2% 60ml
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|Manufacturer||Micro Lab, India|
Coverit 2% topical solution/lotion is used to stimulate hair growth in those suffering from male pattern baldness. Androgen imbalance in the body causes male pattern baldness. The active ingredient of the drug is Minoxidil.
The drug is mostly used in cases of people below 40. Women with thinning hair also use Coverit; however, it is always best to consult your dermatologist before using any product to treat the condition.
When applied on the scalp, the formulation works by shortening the telogen phase, prolonging the anagen phase and improving the viability of hair follicles.
Tell your doctor if any of the below applies to you:
— Allergic to the main ingredient of the drug or any other ingredients
— Pregnant or Breastfeeding
— Asthma or any other chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
— Irritated, damaged or sunburned scalp skin
— Any other allergies or ailments
— Scalp diseases such as wounds/cuts or eczema on the scalp
— Using any other solution
— 18 years or below this age
Things to remember:
— Do not share the solution with anyone, even if the person suffers the same symptoms.
— Use the formulation only for specified purposes and not for any other purpose.
— Store it in a cool, dry place away from heat, light, and moisture.
— Always apply the lotion in the prescribed quantity.
— Never use expired lotion.
— The lotion should be kept away from fire as it is highly flammable.
— Take medical help in case of any unusual conditions.
— Even after taking medicine for the prescribed period, you must contact your doctor if the situation does not improve.
Common drug interactions:
— Some medicines may interact with Minoxidil and affect its working. Hence you must disclose any prescription, non-prescription, herbal medicines or supplements you are currently taking to your doctor so that he can check for any possible drug interaction and thereby reduce the chances of drug interaction, if any.
Some of the common side effects of the medicines include:
— Redness and flaking of the skin
— Allergic reactions like breathing problems
— Headache and irritation
— Irregular heartbeat
— Dizziness and light-headedness
— Swollen lips, face and tongue
This is not a complete list of side effects that may happen.
Your doctor will decide on the dosage after examining you thoroughly. The dose usually prescribed is 1 ml or 20 drops of the solution on the affected scalp area. The maximum dose that can be applied is 2 ml of Coverit in one day.
The hair needs to be parted into two parts, and then the solution needs to be applied evenly on the scalp. Always wash your hand properly before and after use. Apply the solution carefully and avoid getting in the eyes, mouth, a nose.
The solution should be applied for the entire prescribed period for full benefits and should not be stopped in between as it may lead to adverse effects in the body. Usually, it is prescribed for a minimum period of 4 months and possibly one year.