Scalp Med Reviews
DO NOT Buy Scalp Med!
Read These Reviews To Find Out Why
September 10, 2010
I started losing my hair when I was pretty young, and it was not fun. I went through the early stages of hair loss for about 7 years before I found something that I feel has really helped my with my hair loss.
I don’t think anyone should have to go through the stress of picking the scams out of the pile of legitimate hair-loss treatments, so I wanted to pass on what I know about products like Scalp Med to anyone who is curious.
It took me a while and a lot of trial and error with different products, but I found a great, legitimate product that I am still using. I have regrown most of my hair (as shown in my picture) and my hair loss is not nearly as noticeable as it was before.
Like I said, at one point, I decided to use Scalp Med, which is the topic of this article. For the benefit of everyone reading this, there is a spot for user comments at the bottom where you can read what other people have to say about Scalp Med and you don’t have to trust just me.
You have probably seen at least one infomercial for Scalp Med before. If you are like me, you probably picked up the phone to call the number and place an order for it after seeing it a couple of times, because according to the before and after pictures they were showing, as well as the testimonials of real customers, it really does some amazing things. But, the question is, will it do that for you?
After ordering Scalp Med, I started using it religiously for a few months. I was using the topical solution like I was supposed to, and taking the supplement. I even used the scalp cleansing formula and the cortex enlarger that comes with it.
I did notice after a couple of months that I was losing less hair. I did not start to really regrow any hair before the third month. I really didn’t think the scalp cleanser or the cortex enlarger made any difference at all, but that could just be my own feeling. Anyway, by the third month, I actually ran out of money and was unable to continue to buy the product. When it comes down to having food or having hair, I chose to have food.
Before I was completely out of solution, I did notice that I was beginning to regrow some hair. Most of it was growing in at the crown of my head, but some was also coming in at the front and middle of my scalp. So, Scalp Med was actually working! Scalp Med has the same topical solution as Rogaine, which contains an ingredient called minoxidil. Minoxidil is FDA approved to regrow hair. The oral portion of it contains a number of nutrient, among which are Azelaic Acid, Vitamin B6, and Zinc. Those nutrients, when combined, can really do a lot to block DHT in the scalp, and therefore stop hair loss and help hair to grow back. At that point, I knew I had to find some place to get the same formula bit for cheaper.
Not too long after that, I happened across some discussion boards where people were talking about their own experiences with a product called Provillus. I could not find anything negative said about it and it was A LOT cheaper than Scalp Med, so I decided to take a leap and see if it really works. After all, it had Minoxidil in the topical solution, and also has a very similar nutrient mix as Scalp Med does in the oral portion of the treatment. It doesn’t come with the cortex enlarger, but I didn’t like that stuff anyway.
Because Provillus had a 90 day guarantee, I knew that I could try it and see if it would work the same or better as Scalp Med, in which case I would be a happy man. So, to make a long story short, I ordered the 6 month supply, which is the most economical way to buy it. You actually pay for 4 months at $49 a month, but then you get 2 months for free. Overall, it’s about $30 a month that way.
Since I first ordered Provillus that first time, I have ordered 2 more 6-month supplies and I am about to order another one. I have pretty much stopped my hair loss, and my hair is growing in a lot thicker all around. I had to stick with it for about 6 months before I started noticing major differences, but I could tell small differences after just about 2 months.
So anyway, the choice is up to you. But, I would definitely choose Provillus over Scalp Med any day. If you do decide to go for Provillus, then you really should get the 6 month supply. It’s the cheapest per month, and you should really give it at least a few months before deciding if it’s going to work for you. Either way, it’s about 1/3 as much as Scalp Med, and it works just as well, if not better.
Here is the website for Provillus so you can check it out: www.TryProvillus.com
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If you really are curious about Scalp Med too, then you can check it out at www.ScalpMed.com.
P.S. Feel free to post questions, reviews, and anything you feel is relevant to hair loss down here in the comment section. It really helps people to get a better idea of the product.