How the HydroBrush Works
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What Should I Fill in the HydroBrush?
Preserving your hair is all about finding the routine and treatments that work for you, as everyone is different. We created Spark with the mission of creating a comprehensive, multilateral approach to hair thinning. The development process began by sourcing ingredients of the highest purity >99%, tested each time for exact specifications before building the batch.
Each active ingredient is then encapsulated using patented NEOhair liposome technology. This advanced process allows topical ingredients to be highly effective and deliver to the active areas of hair follicle roots over a period of time, enhancing the effectiveness and dosing schedule.
But what about minoxidil 5%?
Yes, you can use minoxidil 5% in the HydroBrush. However, this treatment was not built for the HydroBrush and there are some issues you may have to manage from time to time. The high content of propylene glycol in minoxidil 5% can cause evaporation and clogging of the HydroBrush if the bristles are not rinsed after use and cover applied.
Why didn’t you combine minoxidil 5% with Spark?
While we sell a treatment like this in certain territories, current regulations in the United States do not allow for mixtures of ingredients with minoxidil.
Spark was designed with a special polymer to create a suspension when mixed with minoxidil 5%. By combining treatments in the HydroBrush, you can get the benefits of both minoxidil and the comprehensive treatment of Spark.
There are many users who have done this for months without the brush ever getting clogged. Since minoxidil 5% has high levels of propylene glycol even when mixed with Spark, be aware that if the lid is not properly applied after treatment you may have to unclog the brush with warm water before use.