The best shampoos for hair loss:
Regenepure Dr vs Revita
During the months March-April, when I started the treatment, I recognized an obvious trend of hair improvement. That made me want to share my treatment with people suffering from hair loss like me. During the last months though there has been a certain decline in the results, and I had a feeling the treatment stopped at a certain level and probably weakened since the first month.
I’ve decided to do a “house check” to see what worked before and isn’t working now. When I did I recognized a major problem with my treatment – Ketokonazole.
The truth is I made a stupid mistake: I gave up on Ketokonazole so quickly without checking into the subject thoroughly. I was working on the assumption that studies have shown that Ketokonazole’s effectiveness in the treatment of hair loss stems from the fact that it eases scales and redness and nothing more.
After researching the subject further I realized it is actually a critical substance in the treatment that simply cannot be discarded – there are several studies that it Ketokonazole is both efficient and highly effective when treated combined with Minoxidil.
The bottom line is, I realized I had to bring it back into the treatment but I didn’t want to go back to using Nizoral. Nizoral shampoo is very cheap and contains 2% Ketokonazole but also contains a lot of things I don’t want on my head such as SLS, and in general, using it for a long period of time isn’t very healthy for you.
So I’ve decided to go for the alternatives: Revita, and Regenepure DR, which in my opinion are the best shampoos in the market today for the treatment of hair loss, and also they contain a low dosage of Ketokonazole which allows their usage for long periods of time.
Besides the Ketokonzole, there is a great similarity between composition of both shampoos (caffeine, oil, emo etc…). I highly recommend reading the about the composition of Regenepure Dr and Revita. However there are a few differences that eventually made me go with Revita.
Regenepure contains Serenoa serrulata extract (saw palmetto) and also Castor Oil which Revita doesn’t have, and I have enough of those in the treatment , as well as Prosarin and Neutrafolika. Revita on the other hand, contains a lot of substances I’ve had a chance to read about which are supposed to help like Peptide, Cooper, MSM, and more.
Even after an in depth analysis it’s hard to choose which one is the better shampoo. In the course of my treatment if found Revita as the more effective one simply because it adds substances to my treatment, but if you are still debating, I recommend going over all the ingredients and making an educated decision based on what you are already treating with today.