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A Newly Developed Serum That Could Stop Hair Loss

Discover the newly developed serum that is designed for ultimate hair nourishment 

The popular scalp therapy hair growth serum by HR23+ has recently undergone some tweaks and developments, and the makers have claimed that the new version of the serum is even more effective than the original formula.

You may remember a similar thing happening with HR23+'s supplement, towards the end of 2018. Well, it seems they haven't stopped there, because now the serum has also been tweaked and developed into a more potent and effective product.

Here, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about this new and improved serum. 

Are the additives the same? 

HR23+ hair growth serum uses the key combination of  Keratinocyte Growth Factor (KGF), Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase (MSR), and a key blend of active ingredients for thicker, stronger, and healthier hair growth. The new version still contains the key blend of KGF, along with many of the other original ingredients, but a few tweaks and alterations have been made to make the formula more potent and more effective.

Why change something that was already working?

Much like with the supplement, there were clear improvements to be made to the serum. A statement from the company read, "The reviews we were getting from our customers were good, but there was still room for improvement, so, we decided to try and develop the formula further. The base of ingredients is very similar to the original formula, but we've now added more potency to the serum to give it a double action effect."

Will users see noticeable results? 

It's too early to speculate, but the newly developed serum should work better than the original product. The formula is fuller, and packed with additional hair growth agents, giving users a better chance of seeing positive results in their hair.  Results will vary from person to person.

Will the original serum still be available?

The newly developed serum will be replacing the original formula. Fear not though, because if the original formula was working well for you, the newly developed serum should also work just as well, if not better, for you.  The new serum was designed to improve results, so you should see even better results in your hair from using this.

When will the new serum be available to purchase? 

The new serum will be available to purchase in January 2019. It will replace the original serum with immediate effect. 

Is this the best serum on the market for hair growth? 

Like with any hair care product or treatment, it is nearly impossible to mark its exact effectiveness. Non-medically approved 'treatments' can work very well for treating baldness and promoting healthy hair growth, however, results will vary from person to person, so it really is a case of seeing how effective it is for you individually.

What is keratinocyte growth factor?

The keratinocyte growth factor (KGF), also known as FGF7, is a growth factor present in the epithelialization-phase of wound healing. In this phase, keratinocytes are covering the wound, forming the epithelium.

How does keratinocyte growth factor help with hair loss?

Keratinocyte growth factor is required for hair development. It stimulates the human hair growth by the recombinant human keratinocyte growth factor-2 ( KGF-2). KGF increases hair follicle survival following cytotoxic insult.  Combined with other key hair beneficiary additives, KGF can help suspend hair fall and stimulate stronger hair growth.

Football Stars and Hair Transplants

Here are some famous soccer stars who have had hair surgery. This list may surprise you...

David Silva

The Spanish maestro (above) was clearly showing signs of a receding hairline before he shaved off all his locks. Then a visible scar along the temples, and a corrected hairline, demonstrated that David Silva had indeed had hair surgery.  His hair is now growing back into much like it was when he first joined Manchester City all those years ago.

Wayne Rooney

The most famous footballer with a hair transplant is none other than England's leading goal-scorer, Wayne Rooney.  The former Manchester United frontman was experiencing frontal and crownal hair loss in his early twenties, before he decided to opt for surgery. Although still quite thin, Rooney has had his hairline restored and patchy scalp filled.

Ryan Giggs

Another Manchester United legend appeared to have hair surgery a few years back, but not to the extent of Wayne Rooney's. Ryan Giggs seemed to be receding in his thirties, but had minor corrections made to his hairline and crown.  He now wears a mature but slightly fuller looking head of hair.

Cesc F√†bregas 

Much like Ryan Giggs, Cesc F√†bregas appears to have had some work done mainly on the frontal area of his hairline. The Spanish midfielder was evidently receding at the temples shortly after his move from Barcelona to Chelsea, but his hair has now returned to its former glories are some corrective survey. 

Wesley Sneijder

Wesley Sneijder was clearly receding into a Norwood 3 stage back in 2014, but some corrective surgery has since brought his hairline forward a few inches. The Dutch legend continues to keep his hair shortly cropped, but with a stronger and fuller hairline.

Andros Townsend

Speedy winger, Andros Townsend, was receding at the temples in his earlier years, but now he appears to wear a stronger hairline then ever.  We suspect he opted for the micro-pigmentation option, whereby the hairline is tattooed accordingly to give the impression of a head of hair that has ever experienced any type of baldness.

Antonio Conte 

Former player and now manager, Antonio Conte, has perhaps had the most dramatic hair transplant of them all. There are many who suspect the Italian to be wearing a wig, such is the standard of his 'transplant'.  From zero to hair over night -  where did you say you had you surgery done, Antonio?


The Winter Hair Care Routine

A winter hair care routine to help prevent hair loss and thinning hair

During the cold winter months, low outside temperatures combined with dry indoor heat can be a real concern for your hair.  The contrasting conditions can damage your locks, leading to split ends, breakage, and even shedding.

So, in order to get the very best out of your mane all year long, there are a few precautions you should take throughout the year. The Hair Loss Review Centre reached out to some respected industry experts for how to reduce the effects of damaged hair.

Keep Your Home at the right temperature

Rapid change in temperatures from the outside to indoors, can shock your system, and your hair, which can lead to severe damage to your strands. If the temperature inside your house or apartment is much warmer than outside, it can irritate your skin and scalp.

So, to avoid temperature shock when you get home or when you’re going out, keep your home at a temperature that is warm, but not too hot.

Wash your hair with warm water...not hot!

As great as a hot shower feels on a cold, windy day, it can actually do your hair a heck of a lot more harm than good. For your hair to thrive, you should turn the temperature of the water down.

Hot water is neither good for your skin or your hair. Hot water dehydrates your skin, thus leading to unhealthier, damaged hair.

Try adding oil to your hair

Your scalp will be drier during winter, and that can lead to dandruff and scalp irritation, which can then lead onto the unwanted scenario of hair shedding. It is hugely important to keep your scalp moisturised, in order to combat the dryness. 

So, as a solution, try using coconut oil, massage it into your scalp and leave it in for 20 minutes, and then rinse it out with shampoo.  Doing this a few times a week will help keep your scalp moisturised and hydrated, which will benefit your strands hugely.

Less washing and conditioning

Over-washing your hair is not the best thing to do, especially during a season when your hair could be at its most vulnerable. To avoid shedding, and unnecessary breakage, cut down your hair washing to around three times a week.

Also, use less conditioner, or none at all, if that's possible. It is often suggested that conditioning your hair is a good thing, but it can also play havoc with your hair, making the strands thinner, which can lead to damage and breakage. 

Let your hair dry naturally

Rubbing your hair ferociously with a towel, or using high heat based hair-drying products, does not do any good for your hair.  However, we understand that blow-drying is an essential part of a hair styling process, so it would be near impossible for many people to stop this. 

To counteract the damage, be sure to use a good heat protector treatment on your hair before drying.  This should minimise the damage considerably. 

Eat well and stay hydrated

Eating a well-balanced diet full of vitamins and minerals is the best way to keep your hair and scalp healthy. Also, make sure you drink plenty of water to keep your hair and scalp hydrated.

Never underestimate the importance of drinking plenty of water. A hydrated scalp leads to better strands.


Menopause Hair Loss: What Are The Best Treatments?

How To Tackle Menopausal Hair Loss Safely and Effectively

For most women, our hair is the most important thing about our body. It is an expression and a portrayal of our personality and our image. Without our luscious locks, we feel less feminine, less attractive, and unhappy. In turn, this can affect our confidence and self-esteem.

Most women begin menopause at around the age of 50, and in the time leading up to this, a lot of women start to notice subtle changes in their hair.Some of the most commonly noticed changes are:
  • The hair starts to thin
  • Increased shedding
  • General condition of the hair worsens
  • Hair does not grow as much as previously
  • Bald patches start appearing

Why Does Menopausal Hair Loss Happen?

Female hair loss (Female Pattern Baldness) is actually a lot more common than you might have thought.  It is estimated that over 45% of women suffer from some form of hair loss by the age of 40, and although female hair loss can happen at any age, the condition generally is most common (and worsens) following the menopause.

So, age itself is a factor, and whilst women can treat the condition to a certain extent, it is one aspect of the ageing process that we cannot always control. Genetics will always play a key role in the pattern of your hair. Genetical causes of baldness can be trickier to treat, but not impossible.

Some other common factors that contribute to female hair loss are:
  • Illness
  • Stress
  • Crash dieting
  • Medications 
  • Pregnancy
Generally speaking, it is perfectly normal to experience hair loss around the time of the menopause.  However, it is always advised you speak to your doctor about such issues, just to get a clear understanding of your individual situation.

How Can Menopausal Hair Loss Be Treated?

There are actually many ways you can attempt to treat menopausal hair loss, but only some of these ways are likely to be effective.  Results vary from person to person, especially when treating something as complex as hair loss.

Menopausal hair loss can can be reduced by cosmetic practices such as reducing the use of heat based hair products, like straighteners and hair dryers. These heat tools do not cause hair loss, but they can cause serious damage to your hair, especially if you are already prone to thinning.

Hair thickening shampoos and conditioners may improve hair appearance, but you should limit your use of these products to three, maybe four, times a week. Over-washing your hair can weaken the strands, especially if you are using a lot of conditioner.

A healthy, varied diet is a contributing factor to a healthy body, so a nutritional review may be helpful. Eating plenty of foods that are rich in protein will also boost your hair. A healthy diet is beneficial to many parts of your body, and your hair is absolutely no different.

For a list of great hair foods, you may want to read: 10 Foods That Prevent Hair Loss

Some of the most effective ways to treat menopausal hair loss include:
  • Topical serums
  • Laser devices
  • Multi-vitamin hair supplements
Most menopause related hair loss does slow down with time, so do not panic if you experience early signs of shedding. However, if your hair continues to worsen, you should then look to treat the problem quickly.

Some people opt for medical drugs as a treatment for baldness, but it should be noted that these types of treatments come with nasty side-effects, some of which can be very serious and long lasting. As a safer alternative, multi-vitamin hair growth supplements are the most popular way to treat hair loss. They can also be very effective.

For our hair to thrive, we need to feed our body with a host of vital nutrients and minerals. The problem is, it is near impossible to get all these minerals into our system through food alone. So, that's why multi-vitamin hair supplements are so important.


Multi-vitamin hair supplements are safe, free from side-effects, and known to be very effective, with some boasting an impressive 90% success rate. For more information on these types of supplements, you may want to read: Supplements for Treating Hair Loss


Losing hair during menopause is a perfectly normal process.  The rate and amount of shedding varies with each individual, but the process itself occurs in the vast majority of women at this stage in their lives. Unfortunately, menopausal hair loss cannot be cured, but it can be treated and minimised.

They key to tackling this issue effectively is to start treating it as early as possible. The earlier you act, the more chance you will have of reducing the amount of hair fall. Many women have managed to treat the hair loss effectively, and remain on top of it.  Treatments will work differently from person to person, so, find a treatment plan that works for you individually, and stick to it.

How To Make Your Hair Thicker

5 Tips on how to make your hair look and feel thicker.

It doesn't matter if you are a man or a woman, most of us want luscious, strong, thick looking hair. Stronger hair is better hair.  It looks more attractive, and can even make you look and feel more confident.

The problem is, not all of us are lucky enough to have such thick hair.  In fact, most men and women have the complete opposite! Thinning hair is a huge concern for many of us, and unless your hair loss type is temporary, there's little chance of it going away.

So, how does one combat the appearance of thinning hair? Here, we give you five key tips on how to reduce the rating of thinning, increase hair growth, and enhance the appearance of your strands.

Use Thickening Shampoo 

If you want to add more natural thickness and condition to your hair, then choosing the right shampoo is the first thing you need to do. Be sure to choose a shampoo with a thick texture, and one that contains the right blend of hair beneficiary ingredients.

If the shampoo lathers well, then this is a very good sign. It will naturally make your hair feel thicker during your wash. A highly recommended additive to use for your hair is Argan Oil.  Argan oil has a number of benefits when used on hair. It can act as a moisturiser for the scalp to fight dandruff and dry scalp. It can also promote the growth of healthy, strong hair as opposed to thin, brittle hair.

Choose an Argan Oil based shampoo for best results, and avoid using any sort of conditioner. Conditioners make the hair look thinner.

Add Styling Product to Wet Hair

After your shower, give your hair a quick rub with your towel, so it's partially dry. Then add some styling product to your damp locks, rubbing it in evenly throughout your scalp, particularly at the top.

Try and use a matt clay or a dry moose, and avoid gels and more liquid based products.  The matt based products will make your hair look natural and voluminous, whereas the liquid based products will make your hair look greasy, and feel flat.

Blow-Dry Your Hair

It is important that you dry your hair using a blow-dryer, right after you have applied the product to your semi-wet hair.  Blow-drying your hair, with product in it, will dramatically enhance the appearance of your locks.

Use Hair Spray

Once your hair is blow-dried, you should have a very thick, and out of control, looking barnet. Simply add some product to your hair to get the right style you want, and then finish off with some hair spray to hold it in place.

Again, try and opt for anti-shine hair sprays, as they tend to have a habit of making hair look greasy. 

Take Hair Vitamins

Finally, if you suffer from thinning hair, then make sure you are taking the right vitamins for your locks.  Our hair is hugely dependant on vitamins and minerals, all of which ae impossible to get into our daily diet through food alone.

That's where multi-vitamin hair supplements come into play. They help reduce the amount of hair fall and increase the rate of hair growth. Many men and woman have found multi-vitamin hair supplements to be a particularly helpful treatment for baldness.

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.

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