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Keratene shampoo (Topicals & Shampoos)

posted by damiankor, 24.03.2013, 23:16

Ven, the info you posted is not accurate.
The guys say: it is compatible with minoxidil, with restrictions.
It means [b]kératene does work with minoxidil[/b], but to avoid chemical stress on the skin, they recommend using the products with a minimum 12 hour break between applications. Read carefully the details in the help section. It's all there.
The rationale behind the advice is that many users feel tempted to combine all sorts of things and/or use a higher dosage and/or use weird mixes of substances that can work not exactly in a synergistic way and end up with boils, rashes, irritations, dark circles, severe shedding and all sorts of things on their head.
The shampoo is not exactly "another salon version", it's sold by several good clinics in Europe , with some great user feedback. Now, considering those doctors don't just risk their name for "a" shampoo, it is safe to state that they probably tested it on their own before rolling it our into sales to their patients.
It's certainly not a "hair grow miracle", it's a therapy for the maintenance of the hair you have now.
The shampoo contains saw palmetto (probably market-driven or so otherwise I don't imagine why would they bother) plus more things, but it doesn't rely solely on that ingredient (see the full story also in their help section).
Hope the info helps, but I wouldn't recommend you to try them as I assume you're more interested in generating some solid growth instead of managing your current hair density. You should look more into the conventional therapies, perhaps a hair transplant. That would fix your problem for a long time.




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