Hair Genesis Review
Hair Genesis is said to be an all-natural treatment system designed to arrest pattern hair loss in both men and women of all ethnicities and to help reverse the effects of thinning hair and hair loss. It consists of an oral supplement, topical serum, shampoo and conditioner. The main active ingredients found in these four applications include assumed dihydrotestosterone (DHT) blockers such as saw palmetto, phytosterol complex (mainly consisting of beta-sitosterol), pygeum africanum, essential fatty acids (contained in evening primrose oil, borage oil, macadamia nut oil, tea seed oil and wheat germ oil) and natural vasodilators such as niacin and rosemary. Furthermore, Hair Genesis contains soothing extracts from chamomile and horsetail, which should help heal small wounds and inflammations; plus biotin and green tea extract.
The manufacturer of Hair Genesis claims that it conducted a successful double-blind, placebo-controlled patient study to determine the effectiveness of botanically-derived inhibitors of 5-alpha-reductase (specifically the liposterolic extract of saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol) in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia. The research study was then published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. This is the main selling point of this product. It is impossible to assess how independent this study was and to quantify its results. If beta-sitosterol and certain components of saw palmetto extract really had the ability to block DHT at the level of hair follicles, we would still not know anything about their efficacy, dosage and side effects. Additional independent studies are needed to verify the claims made by Hair Genesis in regards to the efficiency of botanically-derived DHT blockers in treating male pattern baldness.
Consumer reviews are rare and thus easy to influence. Hair Genesis does not contain any ingredient that can not be found in any other natural hair loss product but its formulations seem to have been subjected to more thorough scientific examination throughout many years of continuous development than most of its natural peers. However, the release of independent peer-reviewed studies is still pending to confirm the bold claims of the originator.
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