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Vichy Dercos Neogenic Hair Loss Treatment Review

Vichy Dercos Neogenic Hair Loss Treatment review

Contents below is from manufacturer, not the view of the site. 

Overview: Vichy Dercos Neogenic is an innovative treatment in the form of ampoules stimulating natural hair growth. 

The formula is based on a new patented molecule Stemoxidine 5%, which oxygenates and regenerates stem cells bulbs, positive effects on the growth of new hair. 

The use of Vichy Dercos Neogenic brings excellent results in both women and men, in the form of thick, healthy hair, after the first three months of treatment.

 

Hairomega Review

What is Hairomega?

Hairomega is a hair loss treatment herbal supplement. It has two products: Hairomega 3-in-1 DHT Blocker and Hairomega DHT Blocker  (See the ingredient comparison of these two products below). Hairomega 3-in-1 DHT Blocker has more comprehnsive ingredients than Hairomega DHT blocker. It is intended to address 3 main causes for hair loss: hormonal imbalance,  poor blood circulation and poor nutrition.  The Hairomega DHT Blocker mainly targets hormonal imbalance.  These two products can be taken together or by its own.

 

Size:

Hairomega 3-in-1 DHT Blocker: 120 tablets, 30-day supply

Revivogen Review

The Revivogen line of hair care products is formulated to deal with hair loss. It was produced by leading dermatologists, and intended to work at the hair follicle. A hormone called DHT is believed to be one of the primary factors in hair loss, in particular when it is hereditary. DHT is the product of an elaborate reaction happening in the hair follicle. Special ingredients in Revivogen products are thought to stop the production of DHT thereby delaying hair loss.

Minoxidil with Medroxyprogesterone (MPG), Azelaic Acid. Works?

minoxidil with MPG

Medroxyprogesterone (MPG), an artificial female sex hormones, has widely been used for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and pregnancy prevention. It is often prescribed for spotting, having no periods and irregular periods. It is sometimes used off label to treat polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Medroxyprogesterone is known be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.