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as Vitadil 5a in the ingredients. You'd probably d...
" ...is minoxidil cleverly(yeah right)disguised as Vitadil 5a in the ingredients. You'd probably do just... "
l-5A and Vitadil-2A which contain FDA-approved formul...
" ...Med consists of several products. Vitadil-5A and Vitadil-2A which contain FDA-approved ...The active ingredient in both of these products is minoxidil. The other products in the Scalp Med system... "
minoxidil. Vitadil-5A = 5% minoxidil. Don't waste...
" It's just overpriced minoxidil. Vitadil-5A = 5%... "
idil?), Vitadil-5A (or is this one? also applied to the...
" ...from GNC) - Different Scalpmed products: hair supplements, NutriSol (is that Minoxidil?), Vitadil-5A (or is this one? also applied to the scalp).... "
tles - Vitadil® 5a (which is 5% minox) and NutriSol-RM (whic...
" ...2 years. I have a few questions for you guys. Scalp med comes in 2 bottles - Vitadil® 5a (which is 5% minox) and NutriSol-RM (which is \"Vital Nutrients\"). I used to mix those two bottles... "
2 bottles - Vitadil® 5a (which is 5% minox) and NutriSol-RM...
" ...was using scalp med I didn't have this problem but scalp med comes in 2 bottles - Vitadil® 5a (which is 5% minox) and NutriSol-RM (which is Vital Nutrients). I used to mix those two bottles... "
Vitadil-5a - which is basically Minoxidil 5%....
" ...Sabal Serrulata, Beta-sitosterol, Panthenol, Cystine, Biotin, DMDM Hydantoin, Methylparaben\" 2 is Vitadil-5a - which is basically Minoxidil 5%. ..ofcourse its proven... "
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