lipogaine big 5 shampoo vs lipogaine big 3 shampoo (purple)

lipogaine big 5 shampoo vs lipogaine big 3 shampoo

As a long time user of Lipogaine big 3 shampoo (purple label), you may be worried when you receive the new shampoo and noticed that the "Big 3" on the fron of the label is changed to big "Big 5". Nobody wants any change if it has worked. 

See the main image of this blog for the difference of the two shampoos.

The good news is the name is the only change. The formula was not changed at all. The ingredients are the exactly the same and listed in the same order. See the comparision of the ingredients in this two shampoos. The only difference in the ingredients are the five ingredients Argain oil, Biotin, Black Caster Oil, Caffeine, and Saw Palmetto Extract are listed in bold. 

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Lipogaine Review | What Real Users Say About Lipogaine?

Lipogaine review

For Lipogaine lovers, it is heartbreaking to see that Lipogaine decided to stop selling its best hair loss products (Lipogaine for men, Lipogaine for women) on Amazon to avoid hefty Amazon commission fee. For those who never used Lipogaine products before, you can't help thinking if Lipogaine lives up to it hype. 

NuHair DHT Blocker Review

What is Nu-Hair DHT Blocker - Hair Regrowth Formula?

Besides being a mouthful, DHT Blocker is a supplement that well, inhibits the production of DHT. For some reason, it is sold under two different brands, Nuhair and Shen Min by the same parent company, Natrol, with similar designs.

Zinc is a vital mineral in the prevention of hair loss and promotion

 

The Shen-Min DHT Blocker Version

Compounded hair loss treatment with minoxidil, finasteride, azelaic acid, ketoconazole, progesterone

Compounded hair loss treatment with minoxidil, finasteride, azelaic acid, ketoconazole, progesterone

Compounding pharmacy may offer a concortion solution that has a combination of any of the following ingredients:  minoxidil with concentration 2% to 15%, finasteride typically at 0.1% or 0.2%, azelaic acid varing from 1% to 12.5%, ketoconazole in the range of 1% to 2%, progesterone typically at 1% to 2.5%.

Because the solution is cusomized and it is labor intensive and requires special skill to compound, it comes with a great price tag, it generally costs over 100 bucks per 60 mL solution. 

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