The last thing any of us want to worry about is losing our hair or going bald but the older we get, the more likely it is to happen, especially if hair loss or baldness is embedded in your genetics. That just so happened to be the situation I found myself in. Luckily for me, I was able to come across a powerful hair treatment called Remixidil which has literally changed the game when it comes to promoting safe and natural hair growth, primarily to those with thinning hair. Now before you go thinking that this is just another “hair loss treatment” for men story, I should also point out that it’s equally effective for women. In fact, there is a specific formula of Remixidil designed to target both males and females. But before I get into all the great benefits of Remixidil, a little backstory on me.
My grandfather is completely bald, and my father is, well let’s just say he’s getting there. I remember my grandmother saying that my grandfather’s hair had turned grey by the time he hit 30 and once he turned 40, his hair was completely gone. By the looks of things, my dad is on the same track just a few years behind. I just celebrated my 37th birthday a few months ago and I’ve noticed more than a few thin hairs on the old dome if you know what I’m saying. Since there was the potential for hair loss in my genetics, and the fact that I seemed to be getting close myself, possible treatments were already something that I had begun looking into but never settled on. Most treatments promised great results and for some people, I’m sure they achieve them. For me, however, I felt like there was always one small detail regarding the product that just turned me off from trying it. I should mention that I’ve also tried some salves and lotions about a year earlier for a few weeks and I can honestly say that nothing felt or looked any different.
Anyway, as I was saying, when I logged on to Amazon, the search results were fruitful, to say the least, but where to start? I must have been lost in thought as I didn’t even notice my wife veering over my shoulder and gazing at my search results.
“You should try Remixidil for men.” She said to me before kissing my cheek and going on about her business as if there was nothing more to say on that matter.
So naturally, I listened to my wife, as a husband often should, and I plugged Remixidil into the search, and voila! Right there at the top of the page was Remixidil Hair Treatment for Men and just below it was Remixidil Hair Treatment for Women. I can honestly say that I never heard of it, but the reviews looked promising so I began conducting my own research on the product.
Remixidil contains 5% minoxidil which is a vasodilator, and a vasodilator’s job is to promote the dilatation of blood vessels. Minoxidil solution and foam are also used to help promote hair growth in the treatment of thinning hair and baldness. It’s also in similar products like Rogaine and Nioxin. I mean minoxidil itself has clinically proven results, so what makes Remixidil better than all the others?
One big difference comes in the form of DHT blockers. The combined DHT blocking formula that Remixidil uses is designed to help balance and normalize DHT levels, preventing hair loss before it happens while at the same time, stimulating new hair regrowth. Remixidil also contains biotin and mineral complex, which competitors don’t. If you don’t know, biotin is also known as vitamin B7, and it stimulates keratin production in hair which can increase the rate of follicle growth.
I also learned that minoxidil is not directly soluble in water but it is however easily soluble in polyols such as glycerol, ethanol, and propylene glycol.
What this means is that there are primarily two minoxidil hair growth mousse formulas available on the market:
The first one is called glycerin-type minoxidil, which is the current formula used by Remxidil.
- Mild and non-irritating,
- Great moisturizer
- A little on the pricier side, but you pay for quality
The other is called propylene glycol or ethanol minoxidil. Interestingly enough, according to a preliminary analysis conducted, this could actually cause you to lose hair. I also learned that Rogaine is formulated to be dissolved in propylene glycol or ethanol alone. What’s that mean?
- Low cost
- The formula will be relatively irritating
- The solubility of minoxidil isn’t very high
- When left in storage for prolonged periods, there will be crystal precipitation, which means that 5% minoxidil cannot work to its maximum effect.
- It may do more damage to the scalp, resulting in more hair loss
Due to this preliminary analysis, the Remixidil formula should easily outperform the Rogaine formula because it’s simply more effective than the Rogaine formula. A lot of the reviews I’ve read would also attest to this, but one of the drawbacks is that the Remixidil product is said to be relatively greasy. But if it works, that’s no problem. I rather have greasy hair than no hair, right?
I remember my father messing around with Rogaine and similar products when I was in high school but again, there were minor results but nothing great. And some of the weird products he opted to try had a horrendous odor to them, so I was pleased to learn that the treatment I was considering in Remixidil was odorless and safe to use on my scalp and hair.
At this point, I was liking everything I had read. I knew someone (my father) who had a lackluster experience with a name-brand hair loss treatment in Rogaine, and now here in front of me was a new product claiming to be better, explaining to customers why their formula outweighs their well-established competitor.
As I opted to move it to my cart, I also caught that Remixidil is great for people who want their hair to grow fast, some people even claiming to have seen substantial results in well under 90 days. Just apply a small amount directly on your scalp twice per day for 3 months and next thing you know, you have the hair you’ve always wanted or the hair you used to have that you wanted back.
In closing, it turns out my wife was absolutely right. It’s been just over 3 months since I started using Remixidil and the results have been phenomenal. I even let my dad in on the secret and just recently got him turned on to the idea. My grandfather? Well, he’s a bit cranky in his old days and says he’s fine just the way he is. Which is great for him! Me, on the other hand, I want full luscious healthy hair for as long as I can have it.
But don’t just listen to my story, look at the facts. Remixidil uses a glycerin-type formula with minoxidil. It’s mild and non-irritating, odor free, and moisturizes while it works, ultimately leaving the scalp feeling fresh, clean, and healthy. And above all else, hairy. The competition on the other hand uses a propylene glycol formula which, get this, can actually cause hair loss. Aside from the biggest risk being the problem the product is supposed to treat. Ultimately, it causes itchiness and dryness, leaving the scalp feeling irritated. At the end of the day, there’s a clear choice and I’m living proof of it.