Why Revivogen is better than Rogaine?
- By Adila
Revivogen works by reducing DHT or DiHydroTestosterone, the root cause of hair loss. By reducing DHT, your hair follicle will grow in a healthy enviroment so that the hair itself will get converted from fine peach fuzz hairs into terminal thicker hairs. Rogaine only works to stimulate the hair follicle and once you discontinue the Rogaine you will have a dramatic shed.
How come will the doctor only recommends this Rogaine and Propecia and not Revivogen?
- By Joe
Rogaine and Propecia are the only FDA approved treatments for hair loss, but Propecia and Revivogen are the only two treatments that work to reduce DHT, the cause of hair loss.
I am using Rogaine everyday and I would to start Revivogen as well. Can I stop using Rogaine?
- By Mo
You can stop using Rogaine, but Revivogen is so safe to use that you can use it in conjunction with other hair care products including Rogaine. You do not need to supplement Revivogen with Rogaine as it effective by itself.
Can Revivogen be used with the HairMax Lasercomb which has been approved by the FDA for hair loss, and as a dermatologist, do you recommend the HairMax lasercomb? Because the HairMax is $545.00 I have been investigating another similar product that has the same LLLT, same number of nm, same wavelength, output, class etc., but it much less expensive than the HairMax. Given these similarities - do you think it is the same? Or should I purchase the HairMax lasercomb.
- By J
Laser devices work by stimulating the hair follicle's growth cycle similarly to Minoxidil based products. What they don't do is blocking DHT which is the primary treatment for male and Female Pattern Hair Loss. You should first decide on using a DHT blocker such as Revivogen and then decide to supplement it with a laser device and I do feel that lasers can be beneficial along Revivogen.
HairMax is the only FDA approved laser device and other devices claiming to be as effective can be potentially fakes so you should only use HairMax if you are interested in purchasing a laser device.
Will the use of Revivogen along with emu oil be effective?
- By S
We have studied emu oil extensively and don't feel it has much benefit for hair loss. The oils in emu oil are not individual molocules so even if they are beneficial since they are linked together they are inactive and won't work. If you still wish to use Revivogen with emu oil you can do that without any problems.
Revivogen contains fatty acid and so does emu oil. So doesn't it mean that application of tropical emu oil has an effect on hair loss?
Also my front is an M shaped, but I can see very very tiny light hairs in between that are almost invisible. I'm using revivogen currently and dont really know these these tiny hairs on my frontal is the result of its application. Will these hair grow thicker over time with the use of revivogen?
- By S
Not all fatty acids are created equally. First only a certain fatty acids really block DHT production and most fatty acids don't work. Furthermore even the right fatty acids are not active in their natural form and require additional processing to make them into active molecules. Not only Emu oil does not have all the right fatty acids, even if it does they are not going to work since they won't be active. The same applies to all other oils regardless of their name.
The hairs you are referring to are called miniaturized hairs. With the regular use of Revivogen and within 6 months you should notice that some of these hairs are becoming darker and longer. Overtime and with continued use of Revivogen or any other product that works these hairs will eventually transform and become normal hairs again. However not all of these hairs will grow into normal hairs as some of them are damaged beyond repair.
I had a hair transplant about two years ago and I was on Propecia then, I've stopped Propecia about six months ago because of side effects. Now I am only using Revivogen. Is this all I need to keep my hair?
- By David
Revivogen is all you ned to keep your hair from falling out and it will stimulate the hair follicles for growth.
I used to use Propecia about a year ago. I stopped due to side effects, I have also had a hair transplant. Right now I am only using Revivogen to stop further hairloss. Is this enough? People on hairloss forums seem to think Revivogen is nothing but hippie herbal stuff. But I disagree, Since starting using Revivogen a year ago I haven't lost any hair at all for one year. Is Revivogen enouth to stop hairloss if used as recommended?
- By David
Since you are doing well with Revivogen, I would recommend that you continue to use it daily without any other treatment. This is due to the fact that Revivogen contains the most powerful anti-DHT ingredients available either natural or synthetic. Also Revivogen contains DHT blockers along with Anagen (growth phase) stimulators to promote hair from baby, peach fuzz hairs into thicker terminal hairs. Therefore, Revivogen, due to its comprehensive approach in attacking hairs loss in the three known mechanisms, makes it the most complete treatment available.