Reviews of Dermenodex and Adenogen
Dermenodex hair therapy is intended for people with thinning hair. The exclusive distributor of this product claims that Dermenodex fortifies the scalp with vital nutrients, improves circulation and promotes capillary activity, helping to create a healthy scalp environment necessary for new hair growth. Dermenodex therapy consists of three formulations - scalp-cleansing shampoo, daily hair and scalp conditioner and thinning hair-scalp treatment. The main and the most innovative active ingredient of Dermenodex is adenosine. It is used in a strikingly high concentration of 3%. The remaining active ingredients consist of essential fatty acids, caffeine and natural vasodilators such as niacin and concentrated ivy, which are supposed to help stimulate the circulation and provide nutritional support to hair follicles.
Dermenodex is a relatively new product that is distributed exclusively through one distribution channel, which makes it easy to manipulate consumer feedback. Some of the available consumer reviews seem extremely positive and might be fake. Independent reviews are not available yet. Adenogen is a similar product that could be used to estimate the potential effectiveness of Dermenodex but its consumer reviews are also rare. This might be due to its unrealistic pricing. Adenogen was among the first products on the market that used adenosine as its main active ingredient. Adenogen is manufactured by the Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido and knowledge of Japanese might aid in assessing the efficacy of adenosine. Other hair loss products that use adenosine in their formula are Spectral DNC and Nioxin but they can not be used as a proxy because of their many other active ingredients.
Readers are encouraged to share their experiences with either Dermedonex or Adenogen, in order to help others asses the potency of these new products. For the time being, watch out for consumer reviews but do not bet on these two products growing you a full head of hair. Although it is not believed that either Adenogen or Dermenodex can regrow hair (despite the bold claims made by the Dermenodex distributor), research indicates that they can help thicken thinning hair affected by androgenetic alopecia. It remains to be seen whether the main active ingredient - adenosine - can be considered as a potential substitute to minoxidil, currently the most effective hair growth stimulant. Since Adenogen is sold for an outrageously high price, it is recommended you buy Dermenodex Thinning Hair Scalp Treatment if you wish to try adenosine at little expense.