Reviews “Regenepure DR – Hair & Scalp Treatment”

Regenepure DR – Hair & Scalp Treatment

  • No Lauryl or Laureth Sulfates
  • No DEA or Animal By-products
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Synthetic Fragrance or Harsh Chemicals
  • Includes Ketoconazole

RegenePure® DR – Hair & Scalp Treatment contains Ketoconazole, a powerful antifungal that is often used to treat dandruff and makes the hair look and feel thicker. In recent studies, it has also been shown to disrupt the production of DHT, which can curb hair loss and help to stimulate growth. An intensive, restorative formula recommended by physicians, RegenePure® DR Hair & Scalp Treatment repairs hair from the roots and provides the ultimate skin treatment for the scalp. Gently cleanse away impurities and toxins while nourishing your scalp & roots with the richest, clinically proven ingredients. Healthier, fuller results begin with just one application. Step 1 of Regenepure’s 2-step system. Finish with step 2: Regenepure NT –

List Price: $ 25.00

Price: $ 25.00

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  1. 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally something that worked, November 20, 2010
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    Georgia Mom (Dunwoody, GA United States) –
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    This review is from: Regenepure DR – Hair & Scalp Treatment (Health and Beauty)

    Embarassing to say, but over the past five years as my allergies worsened so did my scalp. I had gotten to the point that not only did I have extremely oily hair I started to get dandruff that got progressively worse over time until I had awful itching and huge flakes in my hair. I tried Head & Shoulders, and then switched to T-Gel, and then to clinical T-Gel, all with absolutely no resolution. I also have colored hair and these products caused fading. Since they didn’t work anyway I just thought I had to suffer and started using a Sulfate free shampoo so at least my color would last longer but the itching and scalp buildup finally got the best of me. I started thinking maybe I could find a Sulfate free shampoo that would stop this severe dandruff and found Regenepure DR. I decided to give it a try. It took three seperate washings until I my scalp was completely free of the severe dandruff, but it totally cleared my scalp up. I no longer itch at all, even if I go 4 days without washing my hair. It still gets oily as all get out by the third day, but serioulsy not one flake or the even the tiniest bit of itching. Even though I have a very thick head of hair and wasn’t looking to prevent hair loss, I have noticed about 50% less hair in the drain after I wash than I used to experience before using Regenepure DR. I follow the directions and let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing and it leaves my scalp feeling fresh. This stuff is very expensive, and I thought I used expensive sulfate stuff to begin with, but I have found a thrifty way to make the investment not so painful. I first thoroughly wash all my hair with my regular sulfate free shampoo, because I can be a bit more liberal with it. Then I rinse and use about a quarter sized amount to just scrub into my scalp, that way I am not wasting this very expensive shampoo washing my hair too. The bottle should last alot longer doing it that way. I highly recommend this shampoo since it is the ONLY one that I have used for dandruff that worked.

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  2. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than you’d think, January 4, 2010
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    M. Hoover (Chicago, IL, US) –
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    This review is from: Regenepure DR – Hair & Scalp Treatment (Health and Beauty)

    I’ve been looking for a good shampoo for my keratin-treated hair. Finding a good sulfate-free shampoo that doesn’t leave my hair feeling “crisp” or brittle is tough. A friend suggested I try regenepure. After looking at the ingredients (which are pretty impressive), I gave it a try. Like all other non-sulfate shampoos, it lathers slightly less. But after a few uses, my hair definitely felt thicker, and it was also softer and more manageable – and that’s saying a lot because I have very course, dry hair.

    My husband (who is 50) also uses regenepure. For years, he has suffered from a dry, flaky scalp (and lately he’s been showing slight signs of graying/thinning). We tried several products (drug store brands to professional salon products) to help with the itchy, dry scalp. Most would work for a few weeks but then his hair often looked dull and flat. And most the sulfate-free shampoos made his dandruff flair up. That’s why we were surprised how good regenepure is. His hair is soft and the dandruff cleared up completely after about 10 days of use. It looks healthy and shiny too. And, he swears his hair feels thicker (but I guess that’s subjective). Regenepure is all he’ll use now and he carries a travel size with him when he’s on the road.

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  3. @falafelstand They could and often are used together, however you’re still going to get an estradiol raising effect from it.

    2 tbsp of nettle root in 1 litre of water simmer for 30 minutes, drank in 3 portions over the course of the day or 20-40 drops (1 squirt) of a 1:2 strength tincture taken 3 times a day is fairly standard. Could maybe do 2 squirts 3x a day if you noticed no effect (but do just 1 at first and increase only after 3 weeks if no effects are observed).

  4. So if I could only use one supplement to combat hair loss (Androgenetic alopecia), it should be Nettle Root? I’ve been researching this to death and almost went with Saw Palmetto + Biotin (for the heck of it). I’ve read about the man-boob thing though so what you are saying about increased estrogen makes sense. What daily dosage of NR do you recommend?

  5. I’ve been using Propecia for over 7 years. I’ve done a ton of reading & research during that time.

    Much of what this guy says has some validity.

    What I’ve found after years trolling through the medical literature with some degree of consistency is that DHT triggers an attack by the body’s immune system against supseptible hair follicles once it binds to it. Wish I had the space to go into more detail. The burning/itching sensation balding men feel in their scalps is inflammation.

  6. @SecretsOfLongevity , gona try both, but for the tea, how much fo ti root should i use for a daily brew preferably in grams, i ll use the premade extract on days when i don’t brew the root thanx?

  7. @haversham12 Depends on whether you want to bother making a tea (mountain rose herbs sells the whole herb) or if you want to premade extract that Hyperion sells. You can add a teaspoon or so at a time straight to smoothies, water or food and it’s the equivalent of a cup of the tea made from the whole root.

  8. Ok cool, i might purchase some, but i am a bit confused on which source to get it from on your web page there’s a few i have had a look at including Hyperion herbs and mountain rose herbs the second is much better value but both seem sell a good product, what is your advise?

  9. @haversham12 I’ve never heard of he shou wu containing mercury. If certain sources do it would be because of processing or some additive, not the plant itself. For any product it should have the dosage listed on the bad/bottle. It varies with the strength of the extract.

  10. Thanx again 4 the quick reply, also what is ur view on some claims that he shou wu has high levels of Mercury, also how much and is a good daily dose of the extract powder to take daily thanx again?

  11. @haversham12 He shou wu is only very mildly estrogenic, it’s because of the black bean sauce that the root is simmered in. He shou wu is rouhly 9 parts he shou wu and 1 part of the sauce so it’s quite minimal. The nettle root would counteract any estrogenic effect by raising free testosterone. Using beta sitosterol instead of saw palmetto is good.

  12. very good info as usual, ur advice would be appreciated, i am taking nettle root along with beta sitosterol, instead of saw palmetto, is that gona have the same effects as u described 4rm the saw palmetto, also i ve used he shou wu on & off, but stopped using it because some research suggest it has high estrogen effects, thinking of ordering 4rm the link provided, but what could i take along with it which could reduce the estrogen effects, thanx

  13. @Marraudor Then post a video response, you can make all sorts of claims in the comments and it is difficult to reference and back oneself up because you can’t post links as well there is limited space. You could even write a blog post or an article, let me know about it and I’ll respond in video wit ha link to your page. I’m all for open discussion!

  14. @SecretsOfLongevity Ok, no problem man , let the facts speak for themself… Chances are you will never have complications. But chances are that you will have complications like : 1) inflammation of the scalp 2) reduced aerobic capacity and red blood cells 3) More susceptible to prostate cancer 4) more susceptible to chronic heart disease and plague built up. I couldn’t care less what you eat, but at least I can give viewers a counterargument because to be honest thats what we REALLY NEED.

  15. @Marraudor If you’d like to debate with me on the topic by all means post a video response WITH references to your claims. I don’t spend my debunking myths in the comments. Don’t think for a second I have “dreams” or I am attached to a belief system built up around this as you insinuated. I let the facts speak for themselves and adjust my understanding of health accordingly.

  16. @SecretsOfLongevity No , Im sorry to shatter your dreams but its a fact. Saturated fats damage the endothelium cells in your arteries causing them to produce less nitric oxide. Also it gradually can build up plague on your artery’s. There is no good diet except then a balanced one, and this is what thousands of nutritionist say who also tried, low fat, no fat , 801010, paleo diet, HHI diet etc. I predict it will take u 2 or 3 more years to figure it out yourself, just like I did.

  17. @Marraudor Atherosclerosis is simply not caused by flesh foods. You’ve been listening to Loren Cordain haven’t you!

  18. @SecretsOfLongevity Meat will make u bald in the long term, as it will also damage your blood vessels when under stress. As a matter of fact there is no diet that will make u healthier , after tons of research and years of being raw, paleo eater etc. This is the main advice I can give you. Yes Paleo diets are great for managing blood sugar but they are detrimental for artheroscleroris and slowly adds plaque to your arteries. Of all the diets present HHI is the best but still not perfect and hard

  19. mix emu oil with chili oil, apply to head.

    take silica, MSM, biotin, etc. coconut oil and nascent iodine

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