Inhairit is an all-natural treatment which claims to stop hair loss in both men and women. It comes in the form of a topical application used once daily. Its main active ingredient is saw palmetto, which is assumed to inhibit conversion of testosterone into the follicle-harming dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the main culprit responsible for baldness. All of the remaining active substances come from ayurvedic medicine: eclipta alba (used in traditional medicine to rejuvenate and dye hair), ginger (zingiber officinale, an anti-inflammatory drug and a vasodilator), neem (azadirachta indica, an anti-inflammatory drug used to treat skin diseases), Indian gooseberry (emblica officinalis, rich in vitamins and amino acids and a strong anti-inflammatory drug and antioxidant), bacopa monnieri (a strong antioxidant and memory enhancer) and terminalia chebula (used as a detoxifying agent). Though the names of these exotic herbs may sound impressive to those of us who are not familiar with eastern medicine, none of them has ever been clinically tested for treating baldness.
Inhairit has been on the market since 2000, enjoying relatively good visibility on the internet, often ranking amongst the top ten on Google for "hair loss". Despite that, consumer reviews of Inhairit do not exist. It is not known how many bottles of Inhairit have been sold so far but there do not seem to be too many consumers wishing to share their experiences. This product is different from the majority of herbal cures in that it uses a number of exotic Asian herbs. However, its efficacy probably does not differ from that of the average herbal hair loss remedy and the placebo effect might be its strongest active component.
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