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    revivogen as a hair loss treatment

    im currently on an eq/test cycle and im nervous about hair loss.it seems like ive already started to lose hair and im only in the fourth week. Ive found a product called Revivogen. Its a topical shampoo that reduces dht. Does anyone know anything about this product?? Is it safe but yet effective?

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    I have posted some info below. It is all natural, most of which you can by over the counter. This is a commercial treatment, meaning it is not a medicinal treatment. I personally would stick with proven treatments. As you can see there are no published clinical results only claimed results with no proof to back it up. While I think some of the ingredients are good for you, the proven hairloss fighters are:

    DHT Blockers:

    Propecia/Proscar
    Avodart

    Growth Stimulator:

    Rogaine - 5% is best

    Shampoo:

    Nizoral - May just have a minor impact. Some results show equivalency to to 2% minoxidil.

    Those in the know use a regimine of a DHT blocker, Growth Stimulator, and Nizoral at the same time. The results seem cumulative. Avodart is the strongest available DHT conversion blocker.

    Summary:
    Revivogen is a natural formula and shampoo to help treat hair loss. Revivogen uses all-natural herbs and minerals to help block Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the male hormone believed to be responsible for causing hair loss. The main herbal ingredients of Revivogen are:
    Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA), Linoleic Acid, and Oleic Acid- Essential Fatty Acids
    Azelaic Acid
    Vitamin B6
    Zinc
    Saw Palmetto Extract
    Pygeum
    Procyanidin Oligomers (Grape Seed Extract)

    Treatment Type - All natural ingredients which have scientific evidence of DHT-reduction or blocking.

    Claimed Results - Their internal clinical testing showed 88% reduction of hair loss within 8 weeks, thickening of hair in 91% of individuals by week 12 and additional improvements in density over the following 6-18 months.

    Clinical Results - No independent double-blind, placebo controlled clinical testing yet, but their web site states that they are currently doing further clinical studies.

    Side Effects - No major side effects were reported. Mild scalp irritation reported by less than 2% of individuals.

    Cost Three months supply $89.00 with Shampoo $99.00

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    And by the way. If their claimed results were true then no one would need to look for anything else. I highly doubt it does anything but may slow hair loss a little if you are lucky.

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    any other inputs out there?bump

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    Saw Palmetto is the only ingredient listed that I've heard about blocking dht. I don't know about the rest. I'd take Scottp's advice and get one of the "proven hairloss fighters" that he listed.

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    This is really informative. My Dad's been thinking what's the best treatment for his baldness. He's been wearing wig for almost 2 years know and he's not really proud of it. Thanks!
    hair loss treatment

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    Hi! I began my treatment in June. I'm now using Matthew Gardson's method... very good alternative. It takes months to see a difference but then it's wonderful. It's important to be regular, though, as in every change of routine.

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