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Free Shipping and $30 Cashback on Regaine (Rogaine) 3 Month Foam. Now $94.95


Simply use the coupon code "Regaine" on the purchase of Regaine Men Extra Strength Foam 5% 60ml [3 months]. You will get free Australian Post Registered shipping* with your purchase. With the free shipping cost this works out to be $124.95. Then make your $30 cashback claim through the following URL:


With the free delivery and cashback the total should be $94.95.

Need help? Coupon code instructions can be found here: http://www.pharmacyonline.com.au/coupon

*Free delivery offer for parcels with weight up to 3kg within Australia only. We reserve the right to charge higher postage for extremely heavy parcels delivered within Australia. However these extra costs will never be higher than cost. All delivery timescales are subject to availability. Discounts do not apply for prescription products. Only one coupon code may be used per order.

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  • +2

    NOTE :

    It is not known whether this drug passes into breast milk. Consult your doctor before breast-feeding.


    • +4

      All those men breastfeeding their newborns… take note immediately.

    • breast feeding men?

  • +2

    With this stuff, if it does work and regrows hair for you, you must continue the treatment indefinitely otherwise the newly grown hair will once again vanish. It's not a permanent solution, it is however a costly one.

  • "It helps reverse the progression of hereditary hair loss … "

    What the hell does that really mean? Not reversing the hair loss, just reversing the progression? Sounds like a carefully worded wishy-washy claim to me.

    Besides that, chemistdirect.com.au have it for $119.95 inc delivery and inc an extra month free and still with the chance to claim the cash back. I guess that is 4 months delivered for $89.95 at the end.

    • I'm sorry jdr, the $30 cashback offer is only for the Regaine foam and not the Regaine 3 for 4 month lotion ($119.95) you are referring too. So the cost is still $119.95 for the lotion product.

      • Ok, sorry, my bad. I thought it was the same stuff but it seems not to be. Neg revoked.

        I assume pharmacy online is related to chemist direct? There's is a lot of similarity between the websites.

  • +1

    or just use propecia (Finestaride 1mg) … this is proven to grow hair by blocker DHT receptors

    • +5

      Or just age gracefully…

    • +1

      dude this kills your testosterone and disrupts normal hormone function. i'd be very very very careful to use something like this especially only for cosmetic purposes.

    • If you want to take the propecia route and save even more $$ use proscar 5mg (same product, same manufacturer) then divide the tablet into 5ths. Huge cost difference.

      • +1

        thats what i do hahaha
        i take it as precautionary measure

      • do you crush up the tablets and snort them? otherwise, how do you regulate your doseage?!

        • +1

          no , you cut them with a sharp blade
          roughly 1.25mg per tablet plus/minus (depends how well you cut it)
          or you can buy a tablet spiltter from pharmacy

    • Adverse effects of Finestaride

      Side effects of finasteride include impotence (1.1% to 18.5%), abnormal ejaculation (7.2%), decreased ejaculatory volume (0.9% to 2.8%), abnormal sexual function (2.5%), gynecomastia (2.2%), erectile dysfunction (1.3%), ejaculation disorder (1.2%) and testicular pain. According to the product package insert, resolution occurred in men who discontinued therapy with finasteride due to these side effects and in most men who continued therapy. The PPI also states that patients have reported persisting erectile dysfunction despite discontinuing the drug. In December 2010, Merck added depression as a side effect of finasteride.[10]

      Summary: Hairy, but no good in bed.

      Oh, also:

      Prostate cancer
      Anxiety and depression
      Male breast cancer


      • -1

        Everything we ingest has side effects
        According to you everyone should stop drinking soft drinks
        Side effects include:
        - sugar from one soft drink was able to damage the white blood cells' ability to ingest and kill gonococcal bacteria for seven hours
        - phosphorus in soft drinks which when excreted pulls calcium out of the bones. Heavy users of soft drinks will have osteoporosis along with their damaged arteries
        - Adolescents who consume soft drinks display a risk of bone fractures three to four-fold higher than those who do not
        - One extra soft drink a day gave a child a 60 percent greater chance of becoming obese
        - dysregulated and throw off the electrical system of the brain from high Na+
        - Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is used extensively in soft drink containers is carcinogenic
        - aspartame, at least when administered in the 'huge' quantities employed in the studies, may contribute to the development of brain tumors.
        - Saccharin is a noncaloric petroleum derivative, was linked to bladder cancer in animals
        - Cola drinks can interact adversely with antacids, possibly causing constipation, calcium loss, hypertension, nausea, vomiting, headaches, and kidney damage

        reference http://www.organicconsumers.org/school/cocacola021605.cfm

  • +4

    If being bald is good enough for Bruce Willis, it should be good enough for everyone else ;)

  • I've used this product and it never worked for me, Stopping my worry helps me

  • i will never look at another Foam Part in quite the same way.

  • It's possible to buy Minoxidil (Regaine/Rogaine) off eBay USA sellers who resell Kirkland product from Costco. 5% solution (extra strength), made in Canada, costs around $8 per month including air mail. Minoxidil's patent expired long ago so buying anything but generic is paying for a brand name only.

    I have used Minoxidil in the past and noticed it produced the odd strong and rather thick hair, but it did nothing to stop hair loss progression. I'm not game enough to try Finasteride as anything to do with altering the way hormones behave in the body should be approached with extreme caution.

    • It's possible to buy Minoxidil (Regaine/Rogaine) off eBay USA sellers

      but is it legal to import it ?

    • can't agree more about the extreme caution part, propecia can have permanent i.e non reversible damage to your man parts! from wikipedia "There have been case reports of persistent diminished libido or erectile dysfunction, even after stopping the drug"
      so bottom line is, if you value your hair more than your family jewels, go for it!

  • +1

    I'm so happy I have all my hair, and only my beard has so far started greying:).

    Actually, I'm not that fussed about baldness. If it happens, meh.

  • +1

    I've been using both Propecia and minoxidil (in the form of Kirkland from eBay as mentioned above) for years without any adverse effects, apart from financial ($70 per month for Propecia) and itchy scalp (minoxidil), but eventually your scalp seems to get used to it. As I used both at the same time I couldn't say which worked if not both, however I noticed that I actually had hair regrowth. I haven't used propecia in about 18 months now (poor uni student) and the effects are rather apparent. I'm soon going to try to get a prescription for proscar and divide in quarters for huge savings ($90 per box = $22.50 effective per month).

    Not quite related to the deal, but perhaps useful information for anyone interested in these products.