Top 2 Best Hair Growth Shampoos Review
Best Hair Growth Shampoos Review
Top 2 Best Hair Growth Shampoos
Phytoworx Organic Best Hair Growth Shampoo Review
While Ultrax shampoo relied heavily upon caffeine to stimulate growth, Phytoworx places greater emphasis on plant stem cells and essential oils. Plant stem cells are, reportedly, excellent to stimulate the reproduction of hair in follicles long thought dead or ineffective, resulting in the ability to prevent hair fall.
Essential oils included in the shampoo are also reported to stimulate increased growth and circulation through healing scalp conditions, including the over-production of testosterone (and, consequently, DHT) and clogged follicles. The shampoo also includes tea tree oil, peppermint, eucalyptus, and rosemary, all oils with clinical trials suggesting significance in the treatment of hair loss or slow-growing hair.
By and large, customers expressed delight with this product. The greatest source of joy was regarding the shampoo’s ingredients; rather than having to worry over a long list of unpronounceable ingredients, customers were pleased to find the shampoo’s ingredients wholly organic and safe. Apart from this, customers expressed satisfaction in the overall effectiveness of the shampoo’s growth promises, as most saw significant improvement (visible “baby” hairs growing in, and thickening of existing hair) within only two-three weeks of use. Customers were also pleased with the product’s smell and texture, noting that it left hair feeling smooth and refreshed, without extensive drying or over-hydrating.
Again, although the majority of customers expressed satisfaction with the product, some were not quite so fortunate in their experiences with Phytoworx. While some simply did not see any improvement, others found that the shampoo also had too drying an effect on their scalp, resulting in discontinued use. Others found that, while the shampoo did thicken existing hair, little to no new growth was visible. Finally, other reviewers were displeased with the product’s consistency; unlike typical shampoos, Phytoworx does not lather, but remains as something more akin to a liquid or an oil. Some customers were uncomfortable with this change in texture, and felt the shampoo, despite some results, was not worth the texture change.
Ultrax Labs Best Hair Growth Shampoo Review
Ultrax Labs Growth Stimulating Shampoo derives the majority of its effectiveness from caffeine. Caffeine is included in the shampoo’s mixture in order to prompt a growth response in the scalp’s follicles by stimulating them directly. The hair-thickening shampoo also contains ketoconazole, a synthetic antifungal intended to repair any fungal or bacterial causes of dandruff or poor scalp health. The shampoo’s final hair-loss-targeted ingredient is saw palmetto, a compound with trials suggesting it blocks an enzyme known to cause continual loss.
Ultrax Labs’ shampoo makes hefty claims for individuals seeking regrowth—claims that many people’s experience wholeheartedly supports. One such reviewer noticed a marked different in growth in only 30 days, and saw both a significant increase in overall growth and a quickening in the new growth. Other users saw results in as little as two weeks. One of the most common pleasant surprises came from the shampoo’s scent; while many hair growth shampoos possess a strange or chemical smell, users saw that this shampoo contained only a standard, muted scent and did not cause nostril upset.
Some users saw the shampoo as an effective source of regrowth, but were displeased with the shampoo’s drying effects. Though some were able combat this with conditioner, others found that their scalps were far too dry during continued use and were unwilling to proceed. Still other users found an actual increase in hair loss, primarily found in the shower after cleaning. Although these users seem to be in the minority, some hair types may not react well to the shampoo ingredients. Before continual use, then, perhaps test the shampoo over a period of several days to ensure no adverse reaction occurs.