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The Regrow Hair Centre – From There to Hair

Discover a new Hair Loss Clinic

The Regrow Hair Centre was formed and created by Lawrence Austin, a former Advertising Director who in his late twenties starting to suffer from hair loss and decided to research into how he could stop hair loss and grow his hair back.

During his research it was here where Lawrence realised that there was a stark contrast and diversity in the companies who offered ‘the solution’ to his problems with prices ranging from the obscene to seemingly cheap, and options which varied from company to company as to the right treatment for his condition.

Lawrence opted for a hair transplant in London which was sold in to him on a ‘buy now and we can knock off x percent type of deal.’ Although Lawrence felt apprehensive about the deal, the transplant went seemingly well and Lawrence started to show signs of hair growth.

The treatment plan lasted for 6 months with the promise that his hair would be like it was before he suffered hair loss but it never materialised and the company took the approach of “oh well” which disappointed Lawrence.

Customer service and satisfaction

What Lawrence noticed about the whole experience from first consultation to the final treatment he encountered with his chosen company was that the level of customer service, the cleanliness and the quality of the treatments used were really poor. Faulty machinery, lack of due care for patients and dingy rooms with broken TV equipment and rising damp made Lawrence realise that some companies took huge incomes and invested next to nothing in the care of customers.

It was at this moment Lawrence felt that he could offer a much more customer focused solution which offered the best quality and range of treatments to genuinely help people with hair loss.

The Birth of The Regrow Hair Centre followed, launched on the 1st of August 2018 in Shenfield in Essex, the work was done, the mantra was set and the doors were open.

Situated just 5 minutes’ walk away from Shenfield train station, the opening terminal for the new Cross rail project, Regrow Hair Centre’s is perfectly located within the heart of Essex & close proximity to Central London.

Their modern clinics have been created and designed to offer comfort and safety to the clients whilst offering the best in market technology solutions.

Regrows main objective is to provide safe hair loss treatments tailored to each individual’s personal needs. They specialise in non-surgical procedures using the latest technology, techniques and research available to ensure the best possible results for all patients.

The Regrow Hair Centre specialises in offering the best in market solutions for the treatment of Hair loss in Men and Women. Utilising the latest technology and techniques, The Regrow Hair Centre focuses on giving you, the patient, the best chance possible to improve and overcome the hair loss.

They offer Laser Therapy, PRP injections and a strong home solution consisting of specially developed Shampoo and conditioners, prescribed approved medication and an excellent vitamin supplement (HR23+) to cover all aspects of androgenic alopecia from stopping the hair loss, stimulating growth and breaking down the blockages to allow hair to regrow once again.

Regrow Hair Centre’s treatments are fully recognised by doctors and medical specialists alike and are used by thousands of men and women across the globe.

"Our medical staff are fully trained and are specialists in the hair treatment sector giving our patients the reassurance that they are dealing with the best in the business to help with their hair loss."  "We are currently helping people from the age of 20 all the way up to 75 and already seeing some great results from the packages that we provide."

Check out The Regrow Hair Centre or call 0800 246 1606

You can book a free consultation with our hair specialists who will be able to evaluate your hair and discuss a treatment plan to suit your needs!

Does Spironolactone Treat Baldness and Thinning Hair?

Can Spironolactone Treat hair loss effectively?

What exactly is spironolactone? 

Spironolactone (Aldactone) is an FDA-approved for treatment of fluid retention, caused by conditions such as liver disease and kidney disease. However, it’s also used to treat high blood pressure, and heart failure.

In more recent times,  spironolactone is being prescribed for female pattern hair loss caused by androgenic alopecia. It should be noted that spironolactone will not be effective for male hair loss. It is solely effective for women who suffer from pattern baldness.

How does spironolactone treat female baldness?

Spironolactone slows down the production of androgens, these are male sex hormones that reach unusually high levels in some women. Reduced production of androgens can slow down the progression of baldness caused by pattern baldness. It can also encourage hair to regrow.

Studies show that up to 75% of women saw visible signs of improvement in their hair from taking spironolactone. Studies have also shown that a combination of spironolactone and minoxidil had significant benefits.

What is the prescription for spironolactone?

If you are using spironolactone for treating your hair, you will be prescribed with a daily dose of 100 to 200 milligrams. However, it is often recommended that you start with 25 milligrams a day and slowly increase your dose to reduce your risk for side effects.

What are the side-effects of spironolactone?

Spironolactone is generally safe, but it can lead to health problems if not taken correctly. The most common side-effects associated with spironolactone are:
  • drowsiness
  • diarrhoea
  • headaches
  • weight gain
  • low sex drvie
  • fatigue
  • depression
  • breast aches
  • irregular period 

Like with any unnatural medication, there will always be risks of side-effects. You should always check your blood pressure while taking spironolactone, because it can be dangerous to take it if you already have low blood pressure. 

Before taking spironolactone, tell your doctor if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Also, make you docotor aware of any illnesses you have had, such as liver disease, kidney disease, and Addison’s disease. Always be transparent and honest with yourself, as taking any kind of medication is a serious matter.

If you start suffering from really serious side-effects like trouble with breathing, heart pains, seizures and loss of consciousness, then get emergency treatment. 

How long does spironolactone take to work?

Results vary from person to person, but spironolactone is generally considered to be a 'slow-starter', so do not be discouraged if it doesn't work immediately. It can take as long as six months before you start seeing results, so patience is required.

Remember, even though this is a medically approved drug, it is still not guaranteed to work.

Is there a safer alternative to spironolactone for treating hair loss? 

Like with Finasteride (a medically approved male badness treatment), there isn't really a direct 'alternative' to spironolactone. However, there are naturally formulated pills that can certainly help reduce the amount of hair fall and promote the formation of hair growth.

Again, results will vary with each individual, but multi-vitamin hair supplements are the fastest growing hair loss products on the market, with some boasting an impressive 90% success rate in men and women.

If you are concerned about the side-effects that come with spironolactone, then we would recommend that you try a safer alternative in the form of multi-vitamin hair supplements. The main benefits of these types of supplements are:
  • they are free from side-effects
  • they are safe and natural
  • they can be highly effective 
  • they usually take less time to work (sometimes as soon s a few weeks)
However, results will vary with each individual, so it is a case of finding what multi-vitamin hair supplement will work best for you individually.

My November Hair Loss Treatments

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By Evelyn D.

Hair loss doesn't just affect men.  I have been suffering from thinning hair since I was in my 30s, and even now, at 40, I still have to stay on top of my treatment plan to avoid the effects of shedding.

Seasonal shedding is a temporary form of hair loss that can be quite severe in some cases.  I have always had a difficult time with my hair during certain seasons, which is why it is essential for me to make sure my treatment plan is as effective as it can be.

Autumn is by far the worst season for me.  I absolutely dread it, especially the month of November. I have naturally thin hair anyway, so access shedding doesn't help in the slightest - it just accentuates the problem.

There are a number of factors that cause my hair to fall out during this time of the year, and it is important to identify the causes of your hair loss in order to treat it effectively.  Some of the main causes of my shedding in November are:
  • Rapid change in climate
  • Natural phase of shedding (seasonal)
  • Access sweating

I have been on a treatment plan, recommended by my local hair loss centre, that specifically targets the phases of hair shedding.  I treat my hair all-year-round, but here is an insight into my Autumn treatment plan that is effective for me.

Topical application

My hair always responds well to topical applications, and the more potent the better. I have used a few serums over the years, like LA Science and TRX2, but the most effective one for me is minoxidil.  I use 2% minoxidil twice a day, and have done so for years. This is the only medically approved topical hair loss treatment, and it has by far been the best treatment for me.


I try to wash my hair less in general, but particularly during the autumn months, because over-washing hair can cause shedding and breakage.  There is absolutely no evidence to suggest that shampoos can in any way shape or form act as a treatment for hair loss.  However, some shampoos can help minimise the effects of shedding and damage to the strands, which is why I always opt for natural and organic products, without all the potentially harmful chemical additives.


I can't quite stress enough how important it is to feed your hair with the right minerals and nutrients, especially if you suffer from thinning hair. It is impossible to get all the right minerals into our diet through food alone, which is why supplements are so good for the hair.

I have suffered from chronic hair loss for years, and I tried pretty much every supplement out there to no effect. That's until my advisor recommended HR23+. This multi-vitamin hair supplement has helped my hair flourish, and is by far the best of its kind of the market.  Since adding HR23+ to my treatment plan, I haven't shedded nearly as much hair as before, and my hair looks and feels thicker.

In addition to this, I always take Biotin 5,000mcg pills.  Biotin is an effective growth agent, and it can help boost healthy hair growth. It seems to work well when used in conjunction with my treatment plan.

Additional treatments

I like to keep my hair loss treatment plan fairly simple. I don't want to over-complicate things, and I have always found that the simpler I keep it, the more effective it is.

Countering hair loss can be done in a number of ways, without spending lots of money on treatments and products. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet can have positive effects on your hair. Eating foods that are rich in protein like fish, eggs, and soya beans, can benefit your hair hugely. Eating lots of green vegetables can also play a key role in the health of your hair.

I also drink a lot of water.  Drinking lots of water will benefit your whole body, including your strands. Hair loss can be triggered by dehydration, especially during the colder months of the year, when many of us are less thirsty.  So, be sure to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day.

Do More People Go Bald During Christmas Time?

Why do many of us lose so much hair during the festive season? 

We often get asked the same question: Why do I seem to lose loads of hair during the festive season? Although there is no 'scientific' reasoning behind shedding during December time, there are some viable reasons that could be the answer to this question.

So, with Christmas looming ever closer, we have come up with some common reasons why we think many of you are prone to losing your hair during the festive break.

The winter effect

Seasonal shedding affects nearly of all us, and funnily enough, winter is the season when we experience the least amount of hair shedding and the most amount of hair growth.So what could be the reason behind hair loss during the colder months? 

Well, as it gets colder, naturally we make sure our homes are warmer.  Central heating is not healthy for our strands, for a number of reasons.  Firstly, the rapid change in climate from the cold outdoors to the warm indoor conditions can play havoc on our hair.

This sudden change in temperature can leave our hair dry, damaged and prone to breakage, which could explain why you are seeing more hairs on your pillow every morning. Winter dries your hair because the cold weather removes moisture out of your strands, and this will lead to dandruff. The hair also loses it shine during winter months, so it will appear thinner. Because of dryness, split ends and hair breakage will also become a common thing.

Excess sweating

We usually associate sweating with summer season, but many of us do not realise just how much we sweat during the colder months of the year too. Like in our first point, we sweat more in our homes because we've got the central heating switched on.  We also tend to sweat more when we are outside, due to wearing thick woolly hats and scarves.

Social festivities

There's absolutely no doubt about it - the vast majority of us are at our most 'unhealthy' phase during the build up to Christmas. Our diets are poor, we drink more alcohol than ever, and we're constantly doing things that are not particularly good for our strands.

Our hair depends on a number of factors for it to thrive, and a healthy diet and drinking lots of water is key to this. These are things we tend to neglect during the festive season, and so our hair suffers for it.

Worry and stress

It is proven that December, and particularly January, are months for reflecting. We tend to reflect more than ever during these two months, and hair loss can play a significant role in this.  For some reason, many of us worry a lot as the festive season comes to an end, and as the new year kicks in. With worry comes stress, and with stress comes hair loss.

So, it is no coincidence that the majority of men and women seek hair loss solutions in the month of January.


We tend to get ill more often during the winter season, so flu and fever can also contribute to hair loss. Flu is especially likely to happen during the winter, and it can make your hair brittle and more likely to break.


One of the key contributors to shedding is lack dehydration.  A lack of water can play havoc on our body, and particularity on our strands. As we mentioned above, we sweat a lot during the winter months, but we don't tend to feel as thirsty as we do in summer season, so naturally, our bodies become dehydrated.

Can Eggs Prevent Hair Loss and Promote Hair Growth?

How exactly can eggs help reverse the stages of baldness? 

Hair loss, thinning, and brittle strands, are common problems many men and women face, and it is estimated that over half of us suffer from some stage of baldness by the age of 40. Hair loss cannot be cured, but it can be treated, and you'll be pleased to know that not all treatments will cost you an arm and a leg.  In fact, something as simple as eggs can do more good for your hair than you could have imagined.

Not only do eggs help curb and prevent hair loss, but they are also an excellent hair growth aid. So, in recognition of World Egg Day, here are some facts about how eggs can help your hair loss problems go away...

Why are eggs good for your hair?

Eggs contain a host of rich proteins, minerals, and B-complex vitamins that are essential nutrients for the formation of strand growth. These nutrients, especially biotin and other B-complex vitamins, can also help prevent thinning, as well as promote hair growth, adding volume and thickness to your hair. The proteins help strengthen your hair while the fats help condition it, improving hair texture.
Egg yolks are rich in lutein, which helps hydrate your hair and improve its elasticity. The more hydrated your hair is, the better condition it will be in. The lutein also helps repair brittle hair, minimising breakage and split-ends, while improving the condition of your hair.

As a bonus, the proteins present in egg whites help nourish your hair and leave it with a healthy shine. And since hair is over 75% protein, eggs can help rebuild the damaged keratin gaps in the structure of your hair.  This helps heal and repair any damage to the strands, commonly caused by climate change, sport, or excess sweating.

What part of the egg is most beneficial for hair loss?

Your hair type plays a significant role in determining what part of the egg is best for your hair. The egg whites can benefit people will particularly oily hair, while people with dry hair go for the yolks.

Protein is the most effective source of combating the effects of oily strands. The egg white is the richest source of protein, containing minerals such as niacin, riboflavin, magnesium, potassium, and sodium. All of these minerals can effectively assist in hair growth, and they help control oil production while nourishing the hair.

The yolk also contains a high protein percentage, and is an abundant source of B-complex vitamins and folic acid, which are great hair beneficiary minerals. Also, the fat from the yolk makes it an excellent conditioning ingredient, which is why it is often used by people with dry hair.

If, like most people, you are more inclined to go for the whole egg, then this can have a combination of benefits for your hair. The whole egg, particularly the white part, is a very high source of protein, however, the yolk is more nutritious. Eating the whole egg is ideal for people who suffer from severe hair shedding and are prone to breakage and damage. 

Eggs have that wonderful combination of repairing damaged strands and stimulating stronger hair growth. 

How to treat hair loss with eggs

If you suffer from thinning hair, then be sure to get plenty of eggs into your diet. Try to consume around six eggs per week.  Remember, eggs offer a wide range of benefits, not just for your hair.

We are all too aware that not everyone likes eating eggs. In fact, some people detest them! So, as an alternative to consuming them, you could always try applying it to your scalp instead... 

The egg mask:  For the most effective hair mask, whisk two egg whites into a bowl until you get that smooth mixture.  Then apply onto the desired areas of the scalp, rub in gently, and leave in for around 20 minutes. Then, wash your hair with cool water until the egg is completely washed out. Repeat this process about three times a week.

Ok, so this isn't the most pleasant way to treat hair loss, but it has proved to be one of the most effective natural treatments for baldness. Give it a try,and you may just be amazing by the results!

Supplements:  We understand that there are still some people out there that can't even bear the thought of applying eggs to their scalp, so fear not, we do have one final option that you may want to try.  Consider taking multi-vitamin hair supplements.

Multi-vitamin hair supplements like HR23+ can help slow down the rate of hair loss and support stronger, healthier hair growth. They contain key minerals found in eggs, such as folic acid, choline, biotin, and niacin, all of which help support the formation of healthy hair growth.

These types of supplements can be hugely effective for treating hair loss, and they offer a more convenient way to tackle hair loss, especially for many of us who are busy with our day-to-day lives.

Multi-Vitamin Hair Supplements Ranked from Worst to Best

What are the best natural supplements for treating hair loss? 

Multi-vitamin hair supplements continue to populate the market, and many of them can be an effective treatment for baldness and thinning hair.

As we approach the end of another year, we continue our 'Ranked from Worst To Best' season with an insight into the multi-vitamin hair supplements available for hair loss.  So, from worst to best, here's how we rank ten multi-vitamin hair supplements for hair loss...


LMP Natural Hair Supplement

A simple, natural and effective supplement to prevent hair loss, promote hair growth and help maintain beautiful, healthy hair. Le Mont Botanique has created a complete anti hair loss programme designed to combat hair loss and stimulate strong, healthy hair growth. 

All the natural plant extracts selected by LMB are compatible with the body, they are more quickly and naturally absorbed by the skin, hair follicle and root than chemical alternatives resulting in safer, faster and longer lasting results.

Suitable for both men and women, positive results can be seen in only four to six weeks. Proven by the Institut d’Expertise Clinique to improve hair density and thickness in a three month clinical trial. 



Featuring a powerful punch of biotin (to accelerate natural hair growth), MSM (a sulphur-based compound), ashwagandha (to reduce the stress hormone cortisol), amino acids (to boost keratin production) and omega 3 and 6 (to increase radiance), the tablets deliver a daily dose of intensely hydrating nutrients to the follicle, helping to promote healthy hair while preventing breakage and restoring sine.

Suitable for men and women, this is the perfect antidote to thinning, ageing and stressed-out tresses – as well as a lifeline after an unfortunate haircut. You can expect stronger, longer and thicker strands after 90 days of daily use.


Specialists in hair care and treatments, Phyto have developed the Phytophanere dietary supplement to treat adnexa (e.g. hair, nails etc.) rich in zinc. This contributes to the corrects and healthy hair growth.Phytophanère delivers a treatment of vitamin B6 contributing to the proper synthesis of cysteine.

This amino acid, which is also in the composition of keratine, is an indispensable element in hair pigmentation. Zinc, contained in this supplement, ensure healthy hair and nails. Phytophanère is rich in borage oil, an essential fatty acid.

Nutrafol Women

Nutrafol is a new approach to hair health - a safe and effective strategy to retake control of your hairline, so you can get back to being the you that doesn’t worry all the time about keeping your hair. This supplement is 100% drug free, endorsed by over 850 physicians and top stylists nationwide.
It contains natural botanical ingredients clinically shown to improve thinning hair and overall health. It claims to repair and revitalise damaged hair follicles, and pre-empts hair loss due to ageing. 


Signs of male pattern baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia) usually begin when men are between the ages of twenty and forty-five. Male pattern baldness is hereditary and is caused by a male hormone called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) being over produced in the body. When there is too much DHT in the scalp, it causes hair to fall out. The initial hair loss in male pattern baldness is almost always at the crown of the head, or near the temples.

The main thing to look for in a hair loss supplement is a DHT blocker. Blocking DHT from the scalp it the key to ending hair loss. The next thing you need is a product with the proper ingredients to promote circulation to the scalp, increasing hair growth. Foligain® promotes the growth of thick, healthy-looking hair, and it provides the hair follicles with the proper nutrients in order to grow.

Viviscal Man 

Viviscal Man is a unique supplement that works on the outside and the inside. Backed by 25 years of research, Viviscal Man supplements are scientifically formulated for men who want to maintain normal healthy hair growth by nourishing the hair from within.


Priorin is a hair growth pill that contains key agents millet extract, vitamin B5, cystine. The effect of Priorin is proven and based on a unique composition of millet extract, wheat germ oil, B vitamin Pantothenic acid and amino acid L-cystine. These substances contribute in various ways to strengthen the hair roots and promote healthy hair growth.

Nutrafol Men

Nutrafol Men is an in-depth approach to hair health - a safe and effective strategy to retake control of your hairline, so you can get back to being the you that doesn’t worry all the time about keeping your hair. This supplement is 100% drug free, endorsed by over 850 physicians and top stylists nationwide.
It contains natural botanical ingredients clinically shown to improve baldness and overall hair health. It claims to repair and revitalise damaged hair follicles, and pre-empts hair loss due to pattern baldness in men. 

Viviscal Woman

Viviscal Woman is a unique supplement that works on the outside and the inside. Backed by 25 years of research, Viviscal Woman supplements are scientifically formulated for women who want to maintain normal healthy hair growth by nourishing the hair from within.

HR23+ is the fastest growing supplement of its kind on the market.  Formulated with 23 key ingredients, HR23+ is designed to help prevent the effects of baldness and thinning hair caused by common conditions of alopecia, like pattern baldness, temporary hair loss forms, and post-partum hair loss. 

HR23+ is the fastest growing multi-vitamin hair supplement on the market.

Topical Solutions for Hair Loss Ranked from Worst to Best

What are the best topical solutions for hair loss?

Topical hair loss treatments continue to populate the market, and in some cases, can be an effective treatment for baldness and thinning hair.

As we approach the end of another year, we begin our 'Ranked from Worst To Best' season with an insight into the topical treatments available for hair loss.  So, from worst to best, here's how we rank ten topical treatments for hair loss.

Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Tea Tree Scalp Treatment 

This is a unique treatment infuses Binchotan charcoal to draw impurities from the scalp and hair follicle to remove buildup and provide the foundation for optimal scalp health. 
A cooling blend of peppermint and spearmint oils reduces scalp itchiness and tea tree oil has anti-septic and healing properties that reduce scalp irritation and inflammation. 
Witch Hazel water helps to normalise oil production to prevent an oily scalp while sodium hyaluronate and aloe keep the scalp balanced and hydrated. Super-vitamin, Biotin, provides essential nutrients to the hair follicle to support healthy hair growth. 

Rene Furterer RF 80

Stress, fatigue, illness, hormonal imbalance or a pregnancy can provoke sudden hair loss. The latest innovation, ATP, acts deep in the heart of the follicular papilla to reactivate hair growth and fights against the two factors responsible for reactive hair loss, vascular and nutritional.

Particularly adapted to temporary hair loss in women, RF 80 ATP Energie launches hair regrowth and makes it visibly stronger, more robust, and denser from the first month of treatment.

Kérastase Resistance Serum Extentioniste

Strengthen and protect strands with the Kérastase Resistance Serum Extentioniste, a nourishing leave-in hair serum that helps to protect against breakage. The non-greasy formula uses a host of powerful ceramides to seal the hair cuticle whilst a blend of lipids creates a smooth surface, creating a fortifying effect from the inside out.

The highly concentrated serum forms a defensive barrier over the scalp to protect against damaging environmental aggressors, whilst also sweeping away impurities for a fresh appearance. Hair will be boosted, revitalised and given improved resistance.

Follicle Plus 27™

Get back thicker and fuller looking hair with a complete hair loss formula for men. It covers all the bases to help you get thicker, fuller looking regrowth with its acclaimed combination of hair boosting and anti-DHT nutrients. No pills to swallow and no irritating side effects. Goes on clean and absorbs quickly. Just apply once daily to problematic areas and get an improved look of thicker fuller hair.

Follicle Plus 27™ Includes: Biotin, Caffeine, Saw Palmetto, Keratin, Argan oil, and 27 Vitamins for hair growth.

Kiehl's Magic Elixir - Hair Conditioning Concentrate Hair Treatment

A magic formula for shiny, healthier hair. Inspired by traditional oil treatments from around the world, Kiehl’s Magic Elixir enriched with naturally-derived oils helps to condition, nourish and revitalize the hair and scalp.

The formula is a blend of Rosemary leaf oil, Avocado oil and Saftflower seed oil, plus Aloe, known to for its soothing properties. Hair is left feeling immediately softened and moisturised for a beautiful looking shine.

John Masters Organics - Deep Scalp Purifying Serum

This salon-grade serum uses a variety of extracts and oils to treat and soothe damaged scalp while removing excess sebum and oily build-up. John Masters Deep Scalp Purifying Serum is great for scalp massages. Safe for colour treated hair. Made with certified-organic aloe. Gluten-free.

Philip Kingsley Trichotherapy Tricho 7 Volumizing Hair and Scalp Treatment

Helps to create the optimum scalp environment for healthy hair growth. Protects against environmental degradation and immediately gives the appearance of more volume

This innovative formula contains a unique combination of seven trichologically selected ingredients, each known to enhance the condition of the hair and scalp and encourage healthy hair growth. It took Philip Kingsley seven years to develop, test and perfect this volumising hair and scalp treatment. It has soothing effects, protects against environmental degradation and gives the appearance of more volume.  Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.

Foltene WoMen's Hair and Scalp Treatment

Fight off the weakening or loss of hair with this essential hair and scalp treatment by Foltene, specifically designed for women.

Foltene introduces an innovative hair thinning treatment that combines the exclusive Foltene hair loss active ingredient Tricalgoxyl with a Biomineral Complex, in order to naturally stimulate the growth of hair. This is done by re-invigorating the scalp and re-instating the normal life cycle of the hair, allowing it to grow both naturally and well nourished.

The product contains 12 Vials of 8.3ml each making the total pack volume 100ml.

HR23+ Scalp Therapy Treatment Serum

HR23+ Scalp Therapy Treatment Serum combines nourishing actives for the hair with Keratinocyte Growth Factor (KGF). With powerful active ingredients known to help promote hair growth in both men and women, actives were added to help with poor scalp micro-circulation, follicle atrophy caused by dihydrotestosterone, and follicle ageing - led by Chrysin and Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins.

Full nutrition is provided to compensate for loss of nutrients to the scalp brought about by poor blood irrigation. Finally our Keratinocyte Growth Factor (KGF), also known as FGF-7 and heparin-binding growth factor-7 (HBGF-7) and a member of the fibroblast growth factor family, completes the serum. KGF has been found to stimulate hair growth.

Regaine (Minoxidil) 5% for Men

Regaine Foam For Men - 1 Month Supply provides you with a twice-a-day, leave-in hair foam that can be used right at the site of hair loss to prevent further loss and encourage re-growth.

Regaine foam contains the active ingredient Minoxidil. This reinvigorates shrunken hair follicles, increases and prolongs the hair growth phase, and helps your hair grow longer and thicker over time.

Minoxidil is also a very effective hair loss treatment for women.  Regaine also have a female version that consists of 2% minoxidil. 
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