Coochie creme for your good hair
Miconazole nitrate, found in vaginal antifungal cremes, has been discussed for years in forums, chat rooms and medical sites as a way to accelerate hair growth. I kid you not!
The Facts: Miconazole nitrate is the active ingredient in antifungal creams such as Daktarin ® and Monistat ®. Normal use of these creams includes topical application for vaginal yeast infections, athlete’s foot, ringworm and jock itch.
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One theory is that miconazole nitrate aids in hair growth because it’s an anti-fungal and this inhibits the growth of fungus on your scalp.
Another theory is that the nitrates widen and relax capillaries,40 which improves circulation of oxygen to the hair. Blood circulation and oxygen levels directly stimulate the hair follicles, which leads to hair growth.
Whatever the explanation, it appears that, for some, increased hair growth is a positive side effect of this coochie cream Warning: Negative side effects that may arise from using miconazole nitrate for non-prescribed purposes can include headaches, hives and skin rashes.
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