Scalp Med Review
ScalpMed is a hair care system of topically-applied products which claim to be successful in growing as well as thickening, cleansing and beautifying hair. However, the manufacturer makes no direct claims of it being able to regrow lost hair. Scalp Med is being marketed as a natural hair loss remedy. It has a special formulation for men and women. Scalp Med’s basic pack consists of two topical formulations and a hair thickening spray. One of the topical formulations called Vitadil-5A is simply a minoxidil solution, 5% for men and 2% for women. The other topical named NutriSol-RM has the same formulation for men and women. The principal ingredients in NutriSol-RM are the assumed natural DHT blockers such as saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol, vitamins such as biotin (vitamin B7), panthenol (provitamin B5) and retinol (vitamin A) and amino acids such as cystine. Saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol are often presented as safe natural alternatives to finasteride but their effectiveness in treating hair loss has not yet been confirmed in any clinical trial. Although nobody can say whether they work, they are very popular and frequently used in natural hair loss cures.
Scalp Med is a kind of hybrid solution. Like Avacor and Spectral DNC, it uses minoxidil to regrow hair but the components intended to block DHT and nourish hair are delivered topically, which is similar to Revivogen. The Scalp Med kit comes with the hair thickening spray that gives the impression of improvement, encouraging customers to continue with their treatment. A quick review of the Scalp Med's own website reveals blatant marketing and before and after pictures that look too good to be true. The website does not provide a list of ingredients. Customer reviews are mixed but not overly negative. If nothing else, minoxidil may do some work, but at 80 dollars a month, you are guaranteed to find a less expensive minoxidil formulation.