Thinning Hair? Don’t Worry Anymore with Women’s Rogaine #Hairapy #ad

This post was developed in partnership with Women’s Rogaine®. All opinions are my own.

Being a woman is a lot of work, from putting on make up, getting our nails done, heading to the salon, and then the upkeep. Whew! Not to mention the cost of keeping up with it all. I don’t know about you, but as I’m getting older, I have noticed my hair thinning a bit. Loss of volume, hair shedding, and visible scalp. The worst part is when you meet people the first thing some people see is your hair, so it just HAS to look good.


I discovered Women’s Rogaine® 5% Minoxidil Foam which is a hair regrowth treatment, with 5% minoxidil that reactivates hair follicles to stimulate regrowth. It’s clinically proven to regrow hair. You just use it once a day, super simple to use as it’s a foam. All you do is use half of a cap full and massage it into your scalp once a day. SUPER easy and low maintenance.

Women’s Rogaine® 5% Minoxidil Foam is the first and only FDA-approved, once daily application hair regrowth treatment for the scalp exclusively for women experiencing hereditary hair loss. The treatment contains 5% minoxidil, the ONLY ingredient FDA-approved to regrow hair in women. With continued use once a day every day, Women’s Rogaine® 5% Minoxidil Foam is clinically proven to regrow up to 25% more hair in 3 months. Make sure to stick with it to maintain results! 3 months isn’t that long to achieve such wonderful fuller hair.

Watch this video on how to use Women’s Rogaine® 5% Minoxidil Foam.


Hereditary hair loss is treatable! Know the early signs::

Thinning Hair – hair loses volume and density over time

Hair Shedding – increased hair accumulation in shower, pillow, and hair brush.  Most people lose between 50-100 hairs a day, which is considered normal hair loss; a consistent loss of 150 hairs a day is considered significant hair loss.  If hair loss is sudden or patchy, consult a medical professional.

Widening part or visible scalp – increased scalp visibility is a definite sign of hair loss

Here are some awesome styling tips from Celebrity Stylist Jill Crosby:

A clean scalp is a happy scalp.

Wear hats that fit and ditch the ones that don’t.

Embrace styling tools!

Talk about thinning hair with your stylist.

If you’re thinking of trying out this great product stop by your local Walgreens.
Suggested Retail Price: $29.99 for a two-month supply, $49.99 for a four-month supply.

Have you noticed any hair thinning? What have you done to improve your hair loss?

Want a chance to try it yourself? SheSpeaks is hosting a giveaway where you can enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card AND a bottle of Women’s Rogaine®! Good luck and Happy Holidays!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Rogaine and SheSpeaks. All opinions are those of our own. If you’d like to see your product or service featured on Everything Mommyhood, please contact us at


  1. Jessica Cashen says:

    I need to try this is have hypothyroidism and my hair has gotten so thin from it, it’s really embarrassing…I wear my hair in a ponytail everyday to help hide it.

  2. I have the patchy hair loss. It does grow back, but is thinner and usually white. I use the hair growth drops. But, those are oily. I’ll have to try the foam.

  3. I just recently noticed that my hair is starting to thin out, I will definitely have to try this as it sounds easy to use.

  4. ncjeepster says:

    I have some thinning around my forehead, I wear my hair straight and you can really see it. I should have known since some of the females in our family had the same problem. I need to try some Rogaine and see if it helps it any at all. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    As we get older our hair does get thinner. I have never tried Rogaine , but it would be great if it worked for me.

  6. Karen Jaras says:

    I always thought thinng hair came with aging. I would love to give this a try and have thick full hair again.

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