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Nutrafol Hair Growth Supplement Review: Does it Work?

How effective is Nutrafol for treating hair loss?


Baldness seems to be an increasing problem for men and women in every day life. A colossal £2 billion is spent on hair loss treatments every year, and that figure will rise further over the years to come.

Nutrafol Hair Growth Supplement is one of the more known multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market, and here, we look into this intriguing product, and try to establish how effective it really is for combating baldness in men and women.


What is Nutrafol Hair Growth Supplement?


Nutrafol is a multi-vitamin supplement designed to reduce hair loss and support healthy hair growth in men and women who suffer from early stages of baldness and thinning hair. There are two Nutrafol supplements - one of men and the other for women.

This hair health supplement is currently developed and formulated in the United States, but is available to purchase from selected locations outside the States. Nutrafol was released to market in 2015, and it has since gone on to become a popular choice of hair supplement.




It should be noted that Nutrafol is not FDA approved as a treatment for baldness - therefore without being medically approved, it is regarded as a cosmetic, not a treatment. However, it does come with a 80% customer satisfaction rating, ranking it as one of the better hair growth supplements on the market.

Nutrafol also has a small range of other products in their line, including hair booster serums, but for the sake of this review, we will stick to reviewing the supplement.

What are the ingredients in Nutrafol?


Nutrafol for Women and Nutrafol for Men both contain a key blend of active ingredients which include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Biotin, Zinc, Iodine, and Selenium.  The full list of ingredients can be seen on the label below (left hand side).

Both supplements contain similar ingredients, but are differentiated by their 'Synegen Complex' and 'Nutrafol Blend' properties.  You could argue that these terms are just used to make the supplement sound more complex and impressive, but each complex is not revolutionary in any way.
  

How does the Nutrafol formula treat baldness? 


The ingredients in this supplement are designed to help the maintenance of the cells for hair follicles. They can also help build capillaries and improve the blood flow to the scalp, thus stimulating hair growth.  There is no scientific evidence to suggest either of the two Nutrafol supplements can regrow hair.

Much like some of the other leading multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market, Nutrafol uses a combination of Biotin and Saw Palmetto to help reduce the pattern of hair fall and increase the rate of hair growth.

Upon inspection, Nutrafol is a good supplement for hair health, and much like its main competitors, HR23+ and Viviscal, it only uses ingredients that have in some way or another been associated with hair health. This is what you might call a 'proper multi-vitamin hair supplement'.

Nutrafol side-effects? 


There have been no reported major negative side-effects from users of Nutrafol supplement, and it is very unlikely for a user to experience any sort of negative side-effects. The formula is only made from safe and natural ingredients, therefore it is unlikely it would cause any complications to your health.

However, it is always advised to speak to your doctor before taking supplements that you are unfamiliar with.

Nutrafol User Reviews


Nutrafol has been fairly well received by users and reviewers since its release in 2015. The rating for Nutrafol across reviewer sites comes to 2.9/5.0, but it is unclear what percentage of the reviews are genuine. Nutrafol has a is fairly mixed response on various hair loss forums and communities.


Nutrafol price and where to buy


The standard price for a bottle of Nutrafol Hair Growth Supplement is around £65.00 (73 Euro, or $82.00), which means this product is priced at the very highest end of the market.  One bottle will last for just four weeks.

Nutrafol can be purchased on a subscription plan, which in itself has its pros and cons, but for what it is, we strongly believe Nutrafol is far to expensive.

This product is available in the US, and some selected countries outside the States.

Nutrafol Review: The Verdict


Nutrafol is not a cure for baldness, and nor should it ever claim to be, however, it can help with the maintenance of hair health.  If taken with a well balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, this supplement has the potential to slow down hair shedding and improve overall hair growth. 


Nutrafol would need to be taken on a regular basis, and you should not expect to see any sort of visible results until at least 2-3 months of continuous use.  However, it is unlikely you will notice any visible results, particularly if you have exceeded Savin/Norwood 2. 

The effectiveness of both supplements seems to be about the same, but results will vary from person to person.

Nutrafol 2019 Rating:  3/5


Made In Chelsea’s Olivia Bentley Reveals Hair Loss Heartache


Reality TV celebrity Olivia Bentley has admitted she suffers from hair loss, and the impact it has had on her life.  The Made In Chelsea star has revealed that she suffers from alopecia in the hope it will help other women feel less embarrassed and more open about the condition.

Bentley said her hair loss started the same time she was prescribed the combined oral contraceptive pill aged only 16.  The 23 year old says it has impacted her life dramatically, making her feel depressed and insecure. 

She also admitted to having dyed her hair blonde in order to make her patchy hair loss less noticeable, as well as wearing hairpieces and hats.

Bentley told Hello! magazine: “I suffer from hair loss, and it’s left me with feelings of insecurity over the years, so I’ve tried to hide my bald patches and receding hairline by wearing hats and hairpieces, and dyeing my naturally dark brown hair blonde.

“Instead of retreating into my insecurity and concealing my hair loss even more, I decided to go public.

“Not enough is spoken about alopecia in women. It’s still a taboo subject we tend to hide. Now I hope that by coming forward, I will encourage other women and girls in the same situation not to feel upset or embarrassed any more.”

“Every time I washed my hair in the shower, I could feel clumps of hair falling out in my hand. And whenever I brushed it, there would be masses of hair in the bristles. To go through that as a young girl was awful.”



How common is female hair loss? 


Female baldness is not as common as male baldness, but the statistic is still pretty high. It is estimated that up to four out of ten women experience some form of hair thinning by the age of 40.For men, that figure is closer to six out of ten.

What are the types and causes of female hair loss? 


There are various types if female hair loss with common causes.  The most common form is female pattern baldness, which is a genetic type of baldness that commonly starts with thinning at the top of the scalp, in and around the centre parting region.

Other common causes of female baldness include:
  • Post-Partum Hair Loss - Thinning hair during or straight after pregnancy.
  • Menopausal Hair Loss - Balding just before or after the menopause.
  • Seasonal Shedding - Excess hair shedding during certain seasons, most commonly in spring. 
  • Temporary Hair Loss - Temporary phases of thinning, commonly caused by stress, poor diet, and lifestyle. 

How can female hair loss be treated? 


Like any type of baldness, there is no cure, but there are some treatments available on the market that can minimise the effects of thinning, and reduce the amount of hair fall.

Minoxidil (2% for women) is the only topical solution that is medically approved to treat hair loss, but it can come with potential negative side-effects. 

There are plenty of natural treatments that can work, such as hair growth serums, multi-vitamin supplements, and certain shampoos and topical lotions. Also, a good diet and healthy lifestyle can actually help you get the very best from your hair, especially if you are prone to thinning.

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Minoxidil Review: Benefits and Side-Effects of Regaine


Guest post by Owen Beamsley

Having thin hair is incredibly frustrating, because you always find yourself limited as to what you can do with it. I have had thin hair since I was a young boy, and I didn't really think much of it until I hit my teens. Then I started to hate it!

Little did I know back then that things would become a whole lot worse for my hair, and there would be very little I could do about it.  As I crept into adulthood, I noticed my thin hair was fast turning into thinning hair. 

Yes, that's right, I was suffering from the initial stages of male pattern baldness, and I won't lie - it scared the hell out of me!  I mean, seriously, what does a guy who hasn't yet reached 20 cope with losing his hair?  It was an incredibly confusing time for me.

The prospect of losing your hair at such a young age really is a scary process. I felt completely frustrated by the fact there was nothing I could do to fix the problem.  I felt like I had lost control of something that was so important to me, and I was running out of options.

Using Regaine (Minoxidil) for baldness


So, after accepting the fact I was going bald, I quickly got into defence mode and started searching for solutions.  After doing some research online, I came across the medically approved treatment for baldness, Minoxidil, which was branded as Regaine (I think it's called Rogaine in the USA).

Minoxidil, is a topical foam (or liquid) that can help stimulate hair growth in men (5% solution) and women (2% solution) who suffering from early stages of baldness. Regaine can be purchased over the counter, and is widely available in most pharmacy stores, and even supermarkets. .

I was aware of the potential side-effects that are associated with Minoxidil, so I won't lie, yes, I was a little concerned about using this treatment. However, I was desperate, so I decided to give it a try and see if it could in any way be effective for growing some of my lost my hair.


Does Minoxidil work?


Side-effects aside, I was determined to give Minoxidil a fair trial, so, I purchased a six month supply and used it continuously, twice a day, one application in the morning, and one at night.  In that time I experienced the following results:

Positive results:
  • New hair growth around the crown region
  • Improved thickness of strands
  • Slightly less hair fall
Negative results:
  • Frequent headaches
  • Random phases of excess shedding
  • Weight gain
Things didn't get off to the best of starts with this solution - I noticed severe shedding for the first week of using it.  My hair was literally falling out in clunks, and I was terrified. Apparently this is a normal process during the early usage, and thankfully the shedding did eventually slow down.

It's hard to say how effective Minoxidil was for my hair, because we're talking about really fine margins here. There were a few hairs sprouting up here and there, particularly around the crown region, but nothing to get too excited about.

The thickness of my hair was enhanced somewhat, but again, the difference was very minimal. If I am totally honest, I would say Minoxidil has helped slow down the hair fall to a certain extent, but that's really about it.  I didn't expect miracles from Minoxidil, but overall, I was quite disappointed with the treatment.


What are the negative side-effects of Minoxidil? 


Unfortunately, I did experience some negative side-effects from using Minoxidil. Some of the side-effects were reoccurring, and they weren't very pleasant.

I seemed to be getting frequent headaches from the treatment, which wasn't ideal. The headaches weren't unbearable, but they were still there, niggling at me throughout certain parts of each day. It was definitely the Minoxidil causing this.  The headaches did ease off after the first few weeks though.

I mentioned the early shedding phase during the initial stages of using this treatment, and although that seemed to stop after the first week or two, I did notice random shedding phases after that period. Even up to the sixth month of using Minoxidil, I was getting the odd day where my hair would just shed like crazy.

The most worrying negative side-effect that can come with using Minoxidil is weight gain. It does warn you on the label that gaining weight is a strong possibility, and unfortunately in my case this happened! I am an athletic guy, I go to the gym three to four times a week, and my diet is always consistent week-by-week,so it was worrying to see myself putting on a little weight during the process.  It wasn't severe weight gain, but enough to notice.



What did I stop using Minoxidil?  


With the constant problems I was having with my headaches, shedding, and weight gain, I did start to question why I was still using this treatment.  A big part of me was still hoping that Minoxidil would work and regrow my hair, but the reality was quite clear: It was giving me an annoying list of negative side-effects, and it wasn't anywhere near effective enough for me to continue using it.

It got to the point where I had to establish if throwing more money at the treatment (about £30 a month) was going to benefit my hair in the long run. But if anything, Minoxidil was just a hindrance to me and on my life. So, I decided to stop using it, and try to find a different solution for my baldness.

What are the alternatives to Minoxidil? 


Finding a safe and natural alternative to something that is medically approved isn't an easy task. The most obvious thing to look for would be some sort of naturally made topical solution, like a shampoo. However, there is no scientific evidence to suggest that any kind of shampoo or conditioner can help stimulate hair growth or reverse hair loss.

Naturally formulated topical serums are quite popular for men (and women) who are looking to block the effects of baldness and thinning hair. The problem is, there are quite a few out there, so be sure to do some research in order to establish which one would be most effective for you individually.

Minoxidil comes under many different brands and labels, so you might come across cheaper versions by Kirkland, Foligain, or Regenepure.  These are exactly the same as the Regaine solution, just with a different label and packaging, so if you can find it cheaper, then go for it.  The results will not differ from product to product -  Minoxidil is Minoxidil, after all.

Remember, like with any treatment or product of this nature, results will always vary from person to person, so something that works well for person X, might not necessarily work well for you. 

Summary of Minoxidil


My experience with Minoxidil may not seem like a disaster from your point of view, but it certainly felt like a big let down for me. After a bit of a scary start, and then a brief encouraging spell, I eventually found myself back to square one, but with even less hair than when I started the treatment.

The truth is, Minoxidil can help many men and women with baldness, and in some cases it works quite well, however, we should also remember that this is a chemically based solution that was originally formulated to treat high blood pressure, and so it will always come with the risk of negative side-effects.

If you are considering trying Minoxidil than be sure to do your research. Don't let your emotions get the better of you, because your health should always come first. Always seek safe alternatives - there are plenty of decent products out there - and granted, some won't work, but some are effective, and so it's just a case of finding the ones that work for you individually. 


HR23+ Hair Growth Supplement Review: Does it Work?

How effective is HR23+ for treating hair loss?


Baldness can affect over 60% of men and 40 % of women by the age of 40. The hair loss treatment market is estimated to be worth over £2 billion, and that figure will rise further over the next five years.

HR23+ Hair Growth Supplement is one of the leading multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market, and here, we look into this intriguing product, and try to establish how effective it really is for combating baldness in men and women.


What is HR23+ Hair Growth Supplement?


HR23+ is a multi-vitamin supplement designed to reduce hair loss and support healthy hair growth in men and women who suffer from early stages of baldness and thinning hair. This hair health supplement is currently developed and formulated in the United Kingdom. HR23+ was released to the UK market 2014, and then internationally in 2015.  It has since gone on to become Europe's fastest growing hair supplement.
HR23+ is a property of Your Next Remedy, and it is not FDA approved as a treatment for baldness. However,it does come with a 90% customer satisfaction rating, ranking it as one of the best hair growth supplements on the market.

HR23+ also have a topical scalp therapy serum, but for the sake of this review, we will stick to the supplement.

What are the ingredients in HR23+?


HR23+ contains 23 active ingredients which include Niacin, Zinc, Biotin, Saw Palmetto, Folic Acid, Nettle Leaf Extract, and Ginkgo Biloba.  The full list of ingredients can be seen on the label below.
 
This supplement contains a unique blend of hair growth agents and DHT blocking properties that work in conjunction with each other to help reduce hair fall and stimulate healthy hair growth.  HR23+ is not a cure for baldness, but it can help patients suffering from early stages of hair loss.



How does the HR23+ formula treat baldness? 


The ingredients in this supplement cater for the production of tyrosine, which is essential for the maintenance of the cells for hair follicles. They also help build capillaries and improve the blood flow to the scalp, thus stimulating hair growth.

HR23+ also helps form lecithin, which is a lipid that is needed to form and maintain healthy hair cells.  HR23+ can also increase the effectiveness of inositol to help protect hair follicle membranes, and the combination Biotin and Saw Palmetto to help reduce the pattern of hair fall and increase the rate of hair growth.

This supplement only uses ingredients that have in some way shape or form been associated or proven to be effective at boosting hair health.  There have been no independent clinical trials on this product.

HR23+ side-effects? 


There have been no reported major negative side-effects from users of HR23+ supplement. From looking at the basic formula alone, it is very unlikely for a user to experience any sort of negative side-effects. The formula is only made from safe and natural ingredients, therefore it is unlikely it would cause any complications to your health.

However, it is always advised to speak to your doctor before taking supplements that you are unfamiliar with.

HR23+ User Reviews


HR23+ has been very well received by users and reviewers since its release in 2015. The reviews on the website average 4.8/5.0, and the reviews across reviewer sites comes to an impressive 4.3/5.0.  It is unclear what percentage of the reviews are genuine, but HR23+ is fairly well received on various hair loss forums and communities.

HR23+ price and where to buy


The standard price for a bottle of HR23+ Hair Growth Supplement is around £50.00 (58 Euro, or $65.00). One bottle will last for four weeks.  However, HR23+ can be purchased at a lower price with package deals of three bottles.

This supplement is priced at the higher end of the market, which is understandable when you consider how much is in the formula, and how effective it appears to be.

This product is available worldwide, including countries: USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and selected European countries.

HR23+ Review: The Verdict


HR23+ is not a cure for baldness, and nor should it ever claim to be, however, it can help treat baldness in certain individuals.  If taken with a well balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, this supplement has the potential to slow down hair shedding and improve hair growth. 



HR23+ needs to be taken on a regular basis, and you should not expect to see any sort of visible results until 2-3 months of continuous use.  However, some users reported visible improvements in their hair after only two weeks of using the supplement.

This product was designed for men and women experiencing early stages of hair loss, but it may not necessarily work for everyone, but it is likely to work for most users. Results will vary from person to person.

HR23+ 2019 Rating:  4.5/5


Propecia Review: Benefits and Side-Effects of Finasteride


Guest post by Neil Hughes

I remember always having quite thick hair as a child, and even as a teenager. My friends would often make fun of me for having such bushy, thick locks. At the time I thought it was a bit of a curse, but now I realise just how lucky I actually was!

My thick locks continued well into my twenties, and I was always very content with my hair.  It was never an issue, because it always seemed to be healthy and full. I always had compliments on my hair from girls on night outs, which was great for my ego and self-confidence.

However, I started noticing changes in my hair as I approached my mid twenties. It was a gradual process, but it felt so sudden. I hadn't had any problems with my hair before, in fact it was always the opposite, but suddenly my locks were getting thinner, and there seemed little I could actually do about it.

Losing your hair at such a young age really is a terrifying process. It was confusing, and I felt completely frustrated by the fact there was nothing I could do to fix the problem.  I felt like I had lost control of something that was so important to me.

Taking Propecia (Finasteride) for baldness


I have always been a problem solver by nature, and so my first reaction was to try and find a solution for my hair loss.  After doing some research online, I came across the medically approved treatment pill for male baldness, Propecia.

Finasteride, labelled as Propecia here in the UK, is a prescription drug that can help reverse the pattern of baldness in men suffering from early stages of hair loss. I went to the doctor to get the prescription, and at £35 per month, I was ready to go.

I was aware of the potential side-effects that are associated with Propecia, so I won't lie, yes, I was a little concerned about taking this pill. The thing is, I was in such a state of worry and panic over my hair, that I think it clouded my judgement on most things, including the risks of taking Propecia.


Does Propecia work?


Providing I didn't suffer any major side-effects, I was determined to give Propecia a fair trial, so, I took the pill continuously for about 18 months.  In that time I experienced the following results:

Positive results:
  • Slight stoppage of hair loss
  • Improved thickness of strands
Negative results:
  • Frequent headaches
  • Low sex drive
  • Skin problems
To be fair, after the first couple of months of using Propecia, I did notice the thinning slow down slightly, and my hair did appear to look and feel slightly thicker.  Luckily I tackled hair loss at its earliest stages, so I feel this had a lot to do with how effective the treatment was initially.

Then, after the first two or three months, my hair started gradually thinning again, which kind of took me back to square one. I went to see my doctor about this, and he told me it was perfectly normal to experience excess shedding phases during the treatment plan.

The doctor was right to some degree, because my shedding did slow down shortly after that, but my hair never seemed to look or feel as thick, which concerned me. I was growing more and more frustrated with the whole situation, but I decided to plod on and continue taking the pill, for lack of a better option.

What are the negative side-effects of Propecia? 


Unfortunately, I did experience some negative side-effects from using Propecia. I always tell myself that it could have been much worse, but even so, the negative side-effects were there, and they weren't very pleasant.

My facial skin went through the most noticeable changes during my time on the pill, with constant spells of acne and skin rash. The doctor said it was unfortunate, but not uncommon.  There really wasn't much I could do about it, so it did leave me very frustrated.

I think the skin problems just added to the stress of the whole situation, which was what probably led to my constant headaches.  Stress is actually one of the most common causes of baldness, so all these factors really weren't helping my cause.

Before taking Propecia, I was particularly worried about erectile dysfunction. It seems to be quite a common side-effect in men who are taking the pill, but my doctor told me there was a less than 10% chance of this occurring.

I am pleased to report that I did not suffer from any major forms of erectile dysfunction, however, my sex drive definitely took a hit during that 18 months of using Propecia.  I was less interested in anything sexual, which was unusual for me, being a young man with a normally strong sex drive.



What did I stop taking Propecia?  


I think, with all the problems I was having with my skin, my headaches, and my disinterest in sex, I did start to question why I was still taking these pills.  A big part of me was still hoping that Propecia would work and solve all my problems, but the reality was quite clear: It was giving me a growing list of negative side-effects, and it wasn't even doing anything positive for my hair!

I got to the point where I was throwing money at the treatment, and it wasn't even producing noticeable results. If anything, Propecia was just a hindrance to me and on my life. So, I decided to stop taking the pills, and try to find a different solution for my baldness.

What are the alternatives to Propecia? 


Finding a safe and natural alternative to something that is medically approved isn't an easy task. I did try another medically approved treatment, Minoxidil, for a while, but that just seemed to make my hair shed even more aggressively, which I found totally confusing.

I started looking into multi-vitamin hair supplements - naturally formulated, and safe from major negative side-effects. The problem is, there are quite a few out there, so I had to establish which one would be most effective for me.

After considering Viviscal, Nutrafol, and Procerin, I finally settled on HR23+.  HR23+ is a potent, yet safe, multi-vitamin supplement packed with 23 key ingredients for optimal hair health. It is designed to help prevent the effects of early stages of baldness in men and women.

I purchased three bottles of HR23+ hair health supplement, and nearly two years later I continue to use this product.  HR23+ has helped slow down the hair fall to the point where I do not even lose hair any more. My hair is much thicker, and I have not experienced any negative side-effects whatsoever.  I would highly recommend this product, especially if you are at the early stages of hair loss and you want something that is safe and effective

Summary of Propecia


My experience with Propecia may not seem like a disaster from your point of view, but it certainly felt like one to me. After a relatively promising start, it all went a bit down hill after the second month, and I eventually found myself back to square one, but with even less hair than when I started the treatment.

It should be noted that results will vary with each individual, so something that didn't quite work for me, may have better results on the next person. The same goes for any hair loss treatment on the market.  Until we find a cure for baldness, results will always vary.

The truth is, Propecia can help many men with baldness, and in some cases it works very well, however, we should also remember that this is a chemically based drug that alters testosterone levels, and so it will always come with the risk of negative side-effects.

If you are considering trying Propecia than be sure to do your research. Don't let your emotions get the better of you, because your health should always come first. Always seek safe alternatives - there are plenty of decent products out there - and granted, some won't work, but some are effective, and so it's just a case of finding the ones that work for you individually. 


TRX2 Molecular Hair Growth Supplement Review: Does it Work?

How effective is TRX2 for treating hair loss?


Baldness can affect more than 60% of men and 40 % of women by the age of 40.  This statistic is enough to cause alarm in most hair loss sufferers, which is why there are so many products and 'treatments' on the market that claim to be the best solution.

TRX2 Molecular Hair Growth Supplement is one of those products, and here, we look into this intriguing supplement, and try to establish how effective it really is for combating baldness in men and women.



What is TRX2 Molecular Hair Growth Supplement?


TRX2 is a dietary supplement by Oxford BioLabs, and is manufactured in Germany.  The company claim TRX2 can prevent hair loss and regrow hair by maintaining the membrane potential of hair follicles, stimulating the de novo synthesis of potassium channels, restoring potassium channel activity/functionality, and hyperpolarising hair follicles.

The development of TRX2 started in 2009, but the product was not released to market until 2011. CEO and Founder, Thomas Whitfield, has a PHD in Biochemistry.  Whitefield set out to create a supplement that could be the closest thing to a cure for baldness.


Oxford BioLabs does have a history of breaking Trading Standard regulations, and it was forced to change and much of their content in their advertising, due to giving illegal and insufficient claims about the product, TRX2.

Oxfrd BioLabs also have other hair products in the TRX2, but for the sake of this review, we will stick to the supplement.

What are the ingredients in TRX2 supplement?


TRX2 contains eight active ingredients which are: Carnipure Tartrate, Potassium Chloride, L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, Niacin, Zinc, and Vitamin B7.
 
Although some of its ingredients, such as Niacin, Zinc, and Vitamin B7, are associated with hair health, there is nothing to suggest that this supplement could help prevent hair fall and promote hair growth. TRX2 is not FDA approved, and therefore cannot be branded as a treatment for hair loss.


How does the TRX2 formula treat baldness? 


Oxfrd BioLabs claims the supplement works by reactivating and stimulating potassium ion channels in hair follicles, whilst providing additional nutrients to help hair grow.  Potassium channels are protein structures found in many cells of the human body. They help vital nutrients cross cell membranes.

Studies have indicated that opening potassium channels plays an important part in hair growth, but there isn't enough evidence to suggest that consuming potassium could play any kind of role in reversing baldness.

 There have been no independent clinical trials on this product.

TRX2 side-effects? 


There have been no reported major negative side-effects from users of TRX2 supplement. From looking at the basic formula alone, it is very unlikely for a user to experience any sort of negative side-effects. The formula is not potent enough to cause any complications.

However, it is always advised to speak to your doctor before taking supplements that you are unfamiliar with.

TRX2 User Reviews


TRX2 has a mixture of positive and negative reviews, however, the overall rating of this supplement has dropped considerably since our initial review of the product back in 2016.

The reviews on Amazon average at 3.2/5.0, and the reviews across reviewer sites comes to a disappointing 2.2/5.0.  It is unclear what percentage of the reviews are genuine, but TRX2 is not well received on various hair loss forums and communities.



TRX2 price and where to buy


The standard price for a bottle of TRX2 Molecular Hair Growth Supplement is around £56.00 (65 Euro, or $75.00). One bottle will last for four weeks.  However, TRX2 can be purchased at a lower price with package deals of three bottles.

This supplement is priced at the higher end of the market, which is unusual when you consider how basic the formula is, and how few ingredients it contains.

This product is available worldwide, including countries: USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and selected European countries.

TRX2 Review: The Verdict


TRX2 is not a cure for baldness, and nor should it ever claim to be, however, it can help with hair health, even if only slightly. This supplement has the potential to slow down hair shedding somewhat, but it is highly unlikely that it can promote new hair growth. The results are likely to be very minimal, if at all.


This hair supplement needs to be taken on a regular basis, and you should not expect to see any sort of visible results until 5-6 months of continuous use. This product was designed for men and women experiencing early stages of hair loss, but it may not necessarily work for everyone. Results will vary from person to person.

Is TRX2 for with expensive monthly fee? Well, based on the formula and the reviews, it probably isn't.  TRX2 is not a bad health supplement, but it isn't a very valid solution or treatment for hair loss.

TRX2 2019 Rating:  2/5


Fagron Neogen NeoWash Shampoo Review


Neogen NeoWash Shampoo for Treating Hair Loss, by Fagron,


We don't often cover shampoos here on the Hair Loss Review Centre, but when Fagron offered us a free trial of their Neogen NeoWash Shampoo, we just couldn't resist. 
 
Neogen NeoWash Shampoo is designed for people who are prone to hair loss with a sensitive scalp.  This non-aggressive formula gently cleanses while strengthening the hair fiber, thanks to its innovative TrichoTech technology.
 
Anyone can use this shampoo, as it is suitable for all hair types, however, NeoWash Shampoo is specially formulated for people with severe baldness issues.

What is the Tricotech technology?


TrichoConcept ™ is an innovative line of blend technologies (TrichoSol ™, TrichoFoam ™) and Neogen ™ end products developed to provide advanced personalised treatment of alopecia . 
 
The patented TrichoTech ™ technology is based on an intelligent phytocomplex that increases the effectiveness of treating alopecia based on clinically proven biochemical activity.
 
 

How does the formula work? 

 
This formula contains rosemary essential oil which strengthens the hair, limits the fall and paves the way for healthier, shinier growth.  The addition of juniper essential oil provides a tonic that activates the shoot, thus leading to healthier strands.  Tea tree essential oil helps revitalise and strengthen the hair strands, and lavender essential oil works hard to slow down excess shedding.

Full ingredients list: Aqua, Sodium laureth sulfate, PEG-90M, Cocamide dea, Oleyl betaine, Lauryl glucoside, Tamarindus indica fruit extract, Fragrance, PEG-120 Methyl glucose dioleate, Phenoxyethanol, Styrene / Acrylates copolymer, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf Juniperus communis fruit oil, Juniperus virginiana wood oil, Amyris balsamifera bark oil, Melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil, Lavandula angustifolia herb, Eucalyptus globulus leaf oil, Citric acid, EDTA disodium.
 

How well does it lather?

 
Of any shampoo on the market, this one is actually very good.  You should never expect miracles from any hair loss shampoo, but if we're judging this product as a shampoo, and a shampoo only, then it would rank among the very best out there. 
 
This shampoo lathers extremely well - in fact, it would probably rank up there with some of the OGX shampoo range in that department. The formula instantly lathers, and works deep into the scalp, which is exactly what you would want from a deep penetrating shampoo. 
 
The scent is also subtle, but lasting.  The shampoo smells refreshing, in a pharmaceutical kind of way, but more importantly, the scent is very unisex, so this product is very suitable for both men and women.
 
 
 

Does Neogen NeoWash Shampoo prevent hair loss?


There is currently no sufficient evidence to suggest that any shampoo can treat baldness in men or women. There are only two medically approved treatments for baldness on the market, and they are Finasteride and Minoxidil. 

However, it is well documented that many products on the market that aren't medically approved, can help slow down the hair loss process, and even aid in the formation of healthy hair growth.  
 
Neogen NeoWash shampoo will not cure hair loss, but it can offer you a safe solution for optimal hair health.  This shampoo works at the root of the cause, deep cleansing the scalp and refreshening the follicles, to help you get the very best from your strands. 
 
For best results, use Neogen NeoWash shampoo with a well balanced hair care routine. 

 
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