Starting date: 08/01/2012
In the world of the war against baldness and hair loss there is almost a unanimous consensus as to the fact that shampoo alone will not win the war but is only one weapon in the battle. And an ineffective one.
Nonetheless each person who has been forced into this war is known to seek the shampoo that provides the maximum benefit for the seeker.
Shampoo REVITA is one of the only shampoos in the world that actually does have some effectiveness against hair loss. This is because of the collection of ingredients that is formulated in this product.
My impression is that DSL Laboratories did an extensive investigation and put into their product any and every ingredient that they believed might have a positive effect. In addition they seem to have included additional ingredients: Apple polyphenol, Copper peptides, Spin traps, Ketoconazole 1%, Rooibos, MSM, Caffeine 4%, Carnitine Tartrate, Amino Acids, Emu Oil, Biotin.
Caffeine is the active ingredient in Alpecin.
In shampoo NISSIM and others the active ingredient is amino acids
Biotine is an important ingredient in treatment shampoos like Biotin B-Complex.
After I used the product for two months, washing my head every other day
(and the other day I used NUTRIFOLICA ); I am very satisfied. What isn’t clear is which of the ingredients in REVITA is the effective one and how effective this shampoo is as opposed to other shampoos that are cheaper and contain the same ingredient.
When I use it, I leave it on my head for 5 to 6 minutes before rinsing it off.
The shampoo is very special in that it does not include SLS, smells great, provides a terrific lather, and a small amount applied in each session is sufficient. And obviously, it is suppose to be useful in the battle against hair loss.
Notwithstanding that the manufacturer recommends shampooing with the product at least five times per week. I am very cautious and suspicious about using the product this way since it contains Ketoconazole. Even though it is only 1%.
I started using this shampoo on August 1, 2012