Monday, August 3, 2015
Review: Regenepure Hair Loss and Dandruff Shampoo
*Disclosure* Product was provided for review thanks to Tomoson. All opinions are 100% honest and my own, like always!
Hey everyone! Today' review is on the Regenepure Hair Loss and Dandruff Shampoo.
Here is a bit about the product from Amazon:
The regenepure DR hair loss shampoo helps to tackle hair loss as well as dandruff issues. Our hair loss shampoo is free of harmful chemicals and helps relieve dry, itchy and oily scalps. It helps in repairing hair from the roots and provides the ultimate hair care treatment. Regenepure DR contains ketoconazole, a powerful anti-fungal that is often used for dandruff treatment and help hair regrow. It also makes the hair look and feel thicker. Recent studies have shown to block DHT production, which can curb hair loss and helps to stimulate hair growth in men and women. Apart from ketoconazole, regenepure DR is packed with other beneficial elements, including saw palmetto extract, vitamin B6 and zinc oxide. Niacin, caffeine and linoleic acid, which stimulate the scalp, while emu and jojoba oils keep the skin supple and rejuvenated and help in nourishing the scalp by turning dry and damaged hair into fuller and thicker hair. Continued use will help further hair loss. Safe for daily use, all hair types and both men and women. Product of USA.
The directions for this shampoo say to wet hair, massage a generous amount into scalp and roots, leave on for 3-5 minutes then rinse thoroughly. Upon first use, I immediately felt a tingly, cooling sensation. I looked at the ingredients and saw there is menthol and spearmint oil. I absolutely love the feeling! It feels so nice after a long day outside to come home and wash your hair. The bottle also says that you have healthier, fuller results after just one use. I did notice my hair felt softer, but not necessarily healthier or fuller. I will say that it has helped a ton with any dandruff I may have. My scalp is also not as itchy as it normally is. I don't wash my hair that often, so I haven't noticed any of the anti hair loss this shampoo is said to provide. It's a tad bit drying on my hair personally, but if I use a conditioner it's totally fine. For a $25 shampoo, I find that to be a little bit expensive, but I really have been enjoying using this for the minty, tingly feeling it gives.
Does this shampoo seem like something you would try?