Niosomes as a vesicular carrier for topical administration of minoxidil: formulation and in vitro assessment

    Nitin B Mali, Sharad Darandale, Pradeep R. Vavia
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    TLDR Niosomes improve minoxidil skin penetration for hair loss treatment.
    This study investigated the use of niosomes, a type of vesicular carrier, for the topical administration of minoxidil, a drug used to treat hair loss. The researchers found that niosomes were able to enhance the penetration of minoxidil into the skin, potentially improving its efficacy in treating hair loss. The study suggests that niosomes could be a promising carrier for topical drug delivery in the treatment of hair loss.
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