The Revivogen Scalp Therapy Formula is a liquid scalp therapy product for treating hair loss. The company claims that the scalp therapy formula is is all natural, derived from organic plant oils and grains. They also claim that the solution works by reducing the presence of DHT and reducing fallout in as little as three months. We decided to take a look at the ingredients to see if the ingredients in this formula supported the company’s claims. The product does have hair growth stimulants such as Caffeine and Procyanidin B-2, which have been shown in studies to stimulate hair regrowth. Anti-Inflammatory agents are also present in this treatment to prevent follicular inflammation. However, the strongest feature of the Revivogen Scalp Therapy formula, is the presence of powerful DHT inhibitors such as saw palmetto and beta sitosterol. As a result, it is clear that this product does address each of the three hair loss pathways pretty well. The major flaw with this formula was the presence of menthol and the high concentration of denatured alcohol which could cause scalp irritation.
Daily User Experience
The formula comes in really nice packaging and well designed packaging. The bottle seems really high end and also comes with a dropper to make the product easy to apply. The product also has a really nice spray mechanism that allows the product to be easily applied to the scalp areas. There were a couple of issues with the daily user experience of this product. Some members of the HGR team that used this product did report scalp irritation and greasy hair, but no other side effects were noted. Also, several members did report greasy hair. Despite these usage issues almost everyone agreed that it was easy to use.
Members who used this formula did report improvements after using the product for about 3 months. There was some mild improvement in regards to thinning hair, for members in the earlier stages of hair loss and also members in the advanced stages of hair loss. It was more effective when used in a regimen with 5% minoxidil.
There were three bottles in a package when we ordered which is intended to last for about 3 months. This is reflected in the pretty steep $105 price which comes to about $35 for each of the 2 ounce bottles. Which is about the standard price for a topical treatment on the market. It might be worth the investment if you are planning to use it with a complete regimen and also if you consider the fact it might take at least three months for users to notice any visible effects.
We think this formula does have some merits. It has helpful ingredients that address the three pathways of alopecia. Not necessarily the most effective topical, but it still works. Particularly when it’s part of a comprehensive regimen
Denatured alcohol, Purified water, Linoleic acid (gamma and alpha), Oleic acid, Saw palmetto extract, Ethyl Laurate, Beta Sitosterol, Caffeine, Octyl Gallate, Doclecyl Gallate, Pyricloxal 5-phosphate, Vitamin E, Procyanidin B2, Azelaic acid, Zinc sulphate, Menthol, EDTA Perfume