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Introduction 

Rejuvalex Product ImageHair is often viewed as a sign of excellent health and vitality. However, just like the rest of your body, hair needs essential vitamins and minerals to grow strong and stay healthy.

When those vitamins are not available to the body, you may start losing hair – because nutritional deficiencies are closely linked to hair loss. Of course, factors like age, hormones, and genetics may also play a role in hair loss – however, replenishing your body with essential hair-growth vitamins and nutrients is important.

Which is why, there is now a separate hair growth supplement industry – and it is a rapidly expanding market. There’s an incredible variety of products that claim to address hair growth problems – and help people feel good about their hair again.

But some will work better than others – and our job is to objectively evaluate them to help you choose the right supplement for you.

In this Rejuvalex review, we’re taking an in-depth look into the formula and are explaining exactly what we think it’s capable of.

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What Is Rejuvalex?

Rejuvalex is a self-proclaimed dietary supplement designed to promote hair growth. It was created by a US-based supplement company which shares the name with the product, Rejuvalex. In fact, on the website, Rejuvalex proudly claims that the product is manufactured in the US.

One bottle of Rejuvalex costs $56, contains 30 capsules and will last the average user around 30 days based on the directions of 1 capsule per day.

Those looking for this product can buy it from the official Rejuvalex website, as well as places like Amazon, Walmart, etc.

Rejuvalex appears to be primarily marketed towards men and women who are looking for something to help them to reduce hair loss and support damaged hair.

Rejuvalex themselves directly describe the product as one that “helps you fight back against hair loss for Thicker, Fuller and Healthier hair” as well as claim that it’ll “take years off your appearance with a stronger, thicker head of hair.”

Consumers of Rejuvalex are told that the product will produce effects such as: renew hair follicles and encourage additional hair growth to reduce the signs of balding, boost easily damaged and frayed hair, as well as, of course, make you look years younger.

They’re basing their claims on the fact that Rejuvalex contains essential vitamins and minerals needed for healthy hair growth – and have a 30-day Return Policy so that users can try the product “risk-free,” according to the manufacturer’s website.

Does Rejuvalex Work?

Well, if you actually search for a term “does Rejuvalex work,” you’ll see plenty of “scam or legit?” type of reviews. So, is it legit, and can it help boost hair growth?

The truth is that it does contain some pretty great ingredients that could help you have healthier hair, such as Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Silica, and Folic Acid.

First of all, Biotin is known for restoring the elasticity of hair as well as skin follicles and preventing hair breakage and loss. Vitamin C is known to boost your collagen levels and promote absorption of iron – keeping your hair strong.

Folic Acid is responsible for healthy cell growth – however, there’s minimal research right now to determine its effectiveness in boosting hair growth. One study shows that folic acid deficiencies were found in those with prematurely grey hair – but not much else is known about its effectiveness.

Vitamin A is needed for cell growth as it helps glands make sebum, which moisturizes the scalp and keeps hair healthy. Research even shows that Vitamin A deficiency may lead to hair loss.

A study into the use of silica oral supplement in women with thinning hair also showed that after 90 and 180 days, significant hair growth appeared, suggesting that long-term use of this can actually show positive results.

That said, while there are plenty of success stories called “Real People. Real Results” on the official Rejuvalex website, we struggled to find many success stories on sites like Amazon. In fact, the review score was pretty low, and the majority of people appeared to be claiming they didn’t see any positive results.

Rejuvalex talk about “double-blind clinical studies” they have conducted that prove their product thickens hair, but we couldn’t find those studies online to review.

The Pros & Cons Of Rejuvalex

Below we’ve listed everything we like and dislike about this product:

The Pros

  • It contains Biotin, which is shown to improve hair loss problems – if you’re deficient in biotin.
  • Contains collagen that may help prevent hair follicles being damaged
  • Contains Vitamins E, A, and silica shown to be beneficial for hair health, and boost hair growth
  • Could help contribute towards overall hair and skin health

The Cons

  • It is expensive – and the bottle only lasts you a month
  • If you’re planning on using the product for the purposes of hair growth, you will need to use it over a more extended time (according to the manufacturer, results are likely to show after 90 days of use)
  • There is a lack of concrete scientific evidence specifically about the product and its effectiveness

What Are The Rejuvalex Ingredients?

While the ingredients don’t seem to have been published on the official website, we have found the following supplement facts for this product using other online sources:

One 1-Capsule Serving Contains: Vitamin A 2500 IU, Vitamin C 60mg, Vitamin E 30 IU, Niacin 10mg, Vitamin B6 2mg, Biotin 3000mcg, Vitamin B5 13.5mg.

The product also contains the following: Wheat Germ Powder, Gelatin, Rice Flour Powder, Silicon Dioxide, Coleus Forskohlii Extract, Horsetail Powder, Caralluma Powder, Garcinia Cambogia, Magnesium Stearate, Green Coffee Bean Extract.

Is Rejuvalex Safe?

Yes, we believe that ultimately, Rejuvalex is safe to use for otherwise-healthy consumers when used as directed.

It does not contain anything that’s deemed unsuitable for human consumption.

However, it would be beneficial to consult your doctor before you begin using the supplement, particularly if you have any health conditions or are using medication.

Is Rejuvalex Suitable For Everyone?

While Rejuvalex is likely safe for everyone if taken as instructed, supplements could interfere with blood lab tests. This particularly applies to Biotin, which could cause falsely low or high rest results. Always inform your doctor about any supplements you may be taking beforehand.

However, due to some of the ingredients in Rejuvalex, we wouldn’t recommend it to anyone under the age of 18.

There’s evidence to suggest that ingredients inside Rejuvalex (when consumed in large doses) aren’t suitable for those with heart problems, history of heart attack, bleeding disorders, history of stroke, or clotting problems. Some ingredients may also increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery – so the supplement should be stopped at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Are There Any Rejuvalex Reviews From Customers? 

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

I’m about a month in – but I can already see that my hair is growing where there was none before. I’m hoping it’ll improve even more as I continue taking the product.

I’ve been using the product for 4 months, and after 6 weeks I started seeing a lot of new hairs – and my hairline was slowly dropping. I’m happy with the product and the progress.

I’ve been using it for four months – but not sure if it really works. I can’t tell if there’s an improvement.

Our Final Verdict On Rejuvalex

To conclude our Rejuvalex review, we feel that, while it does contain some vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for hair, we can’t say that it’ll definitely help hair growth.

The reviews on Amazon don’t seem to be too positive – and there is a lack of evidence specifically about the product that would support their claims. Most of the evidence is mentioned on their website, and, we suspect, studies were not conducted by third parties, but by the manufacturers which raises issues of bias.

That said, some studies show that the ingredients Rejuvalex contains do positively affect hair health, and may boost hair growth as well as improve the elasticity of your hair overall.

In a nutshell, if you’re deficient in some of the vitamins and minerals Rejuvalex contains, and that is causing hair loss, you may see an improvement after using the product for a few months. However, you shouldn’t expect miracle results.

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