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Introduction

Nobody likes losing hair, but unfortunately certain people are genetically wired to do so. While it can be a touchy subject for some, there are products out there that can help preserve your precious locks.

DHT Blocker pills are the main line of defense against pattern hair loss, and they aren’t just made for men, women who are losing hair can also take full advantage of them.

One such product that is extremely popular is FolliSave – a formula that promises to “save your hair follicles” from perishing from DHT.

Does this product really have what it takes to save you from baldness? In this FolliSave review, we’ve carefully analyzed the formula.

What Is FolliSave?

FolliSave is a DHT Blocker (hair loss pill) produced by a US company named Astral Nutrition.

One bottle of FolliSave costs $35.99 / £29.99, contains 60 capsules and will last users for exactly one month based on the directions of two capsules per day; it is available from the official FolliSave manufacturer website and Amazon.

As the name suggests, this product is targeted towards those who either losing hair, or those who fear they may be at risk of losing hair – in this respect, FolliSave is designed to be used as both a preventative and a reactionary product.

The manufacturers state that FolliSave is designed to inhibit DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), a hormone that has been shown to be the main factor in causing the death of hair follicles, which obviously can cause baldness if enough hair follicles die.

This is a product that, once you begin using it, you shouldn’t really stop – the protective effects will only persist with sustained usage.

Consumers of FolliSave are told they can expect inhibited DHT levels, as well as restoration of hair follicles that are diminished.

Does FolliSave Work?

Based on our research into this product, we believe that FolliSave could be very beneficial for those who are losing hair; the formula contains ingredients that are backed by science.

First and foremost, the product works to inhibit DHT, a hormone that has been shown to miniaturize hair follicles if left unchecked.

DHT is created when testosterone hormones react with 5-alpha-reductase – an enzyme produced in hair follicles; FolliSave works to block the 5-alpha-reductase enzymes, meaning DHT cannot be created.

Not only this, but the FolliSave formula also contains ingredients scientifically-proven to boost head hair count; this is achieved by stimulating activity at a hair root level.

The Pros & Cons of FolliSave

Below we have made a list of everything we think could be viewed as either a positive or negative:

The Pros

  • Contains ingredients that have been shown to inhibit DHT.
  • Contains ingredients that can help restore diminished hair follicles.
  • Free from side effects.

The Cons

  • In order to keep your hair protected from DHT, you’ll need to sustain usage of the product.

What Are The FolliSave Ingredients?

We have found the following nutritional information from the official website:

One Serving Contains: Saw Palmetto Extract 500mg, Nettle Leaf Extract, Broccoli Sprout Extract 100mg, N-Acetyl L-Cysteine 100mg, Zinc 20mg, Folic Acid 200mcg, and Iodine 150mcg.

Is FolliSave Suitable For Everyone?

Formula isn’t suitable for vegetarians or vegans. FolliSave is also not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

FolliSave shouldn’t be used 2 weeks prior to surgery.

Is FolliSave Safe?

The formula does not contain any banned or illicit ingredients; we do not believe it poses any sort of risk to consumer health, provided it is used as directed and recommended daily serving amounts are not exceeded.

What Are The FolliSave Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach discomfort [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but are highly unlikely to be the typical user experience. As we stated above, we believe that the vast majority of users will not experience any negative effects.

Are There Any FolliSave Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following FolliSave review testimonials via customers online:

Thank god i discovered this product, and not a moment to soon either. I’m a guy in my late 20s and my hair was so thin you could literally see through it.. I started using FolliSave and saw amazing results in the first couple of months – my hair is now visibly thicker and actually grows faster than 1cm a year now!!

First let me officially state that I have NOT been paid by the company or am in any way, shape, or form affiliated with them. The FolliSave capsules, for me, have been excellent. I’m a woman and have had thinning hair for the last 3-4 years now due to hormonal imbalances out of my control. I begin using FolliSave about 4 months ago and have since had my hair become significantly thicker and vibrant.

Anyone who is in my situation I would certainly recommend you give them a try. I didn’t start with the highest expectations, and it’s rare that anything impresses me, but FolliSave has genuinely helped me regain my self-esteem.

Our Final Verdict On FolliSave

To wrap up our FolliSave review, we highly recommend it for those who are in the market for a DHT Blocker formula that works.

It uses nothing but proven ingredients, can be combined with any sort of DHT Blocking shampoos you may have, and won’t produce any negative effects as far as we’re concerned (yes there’s the possibility of diarrhea and stomach issues, but we feel that these will be very rare).

The only downsides are the slightly-high price tag, as well as the fact that usage must be sustained indefinitely to ensure you’re fully protecting your hair from the damage of DHT.

Other than the above complaints, FolliSave is excellent and certainly worth a try in our opinion.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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