Advecia is a nutritional supplement designed to help prevent hair loss at its onset and improve the health of the existing hair. It gives no promise of hair regrowth. Unlike most other natural hair loss treatments, it comes only in the form of capsules. Although it does not state so explicitly, it seems to be suitable for both sexes, as the ingredient saw palmetto, which could potentially cause hormonal misbalance, is relatively low. The principal ingredients include popular natural DHT blockers, such as saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol and phytosterol complex. Saw palmetto is rich in phytosterols and beta-sitosterol also happens to be a phytosterol. Though often presented and used as natural substitutes for finasteride, none of these substances has been clinically proven to be beneficial in treating baldness.
In addition, Advecia contains grape seed extract, which is rich in essential fatty acids, green tea extract, amino acids (L-arginine and L-lysine) and procyanidins. Amino acids are believed to play an important role in the basic biology of hair and skin. Procyanidin is assumed to promote hair growth in topical form but Advecia is an oral application.
Advecia is a relatively new product and it is rare to find unsponsored customer reviews of it. It is a relatively simple mix of supplements believed to be able to halt further progression of baldness but it cannot be recommended to people wishing to regrow hair in bald areas. At 50 dollars a month, it appears unreasonably expensive to be used as a support treatment alongside a more powerful topical remedy.
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