Men’s Premium Minoxidil 10% Azelaic Acid 5% DHT Inhibitor. Retinol Enhanced (Professionally Formulated) Hair Regrowth Treatment.
- Minoxidil remains as the #1 treatment in the United States for Hair regrowth
- Azelaic Acid – proven to be a strong inhibitor of the enzyme 5-AR (5-Alpha Reductase), the enzyme re
- FDA approved. Minoxidil is the only FDA approved topical for the treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia
- Enhanced with Retinol (Vitamin A Derivative), found to work synergistically with Minoxidil and enhan
- Works faster and more efficient then any other hair regrowth treatment on the market today.
Professionally formulated in an FDA certified Lab to ensure safety, purity, and premium quality. Our minoxidil products contain only high-purity pharmaceutical grade ingredients, and must meet rigorous quality control specifications before they are released. Minoxidil is FDA approved for the treatment of male pattern baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia). Clinical studies have shown that higher concentrations of minoxidil result in a significantly increased amount of hair regrown compared to lower concentrations. In a study conducted, the 5% minoxidil had 45% more hair growth then the 2% minoxidil in a 48 week trial. This is the same for the higher 10% and 15% strength topicals. The higher concentration help to recruit excess miniturized hair fo
List Price: $ 29.95
Price: $ 29.95
www.belgraviacentre.com. Brought to you by the Belgravia Hair Loss Centre; Diya reports on his hair loss treatment course. Here we hear from him on his first day of treatment and he will be reporting back every 3 months. For information on the treatments he used visit the Belgravia Centre website.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
satisfactory but not outstanding,
When I purchased this product, I wasn’t sure of the amount of ounces. The shipping weight that is listed indicates it is 7 ounces, but I didn’t see any indication if product was one month supply or more. It turns out it is only 2 ounces which is one month supply. Many of reviews state it is non-greasy which prompted me to buy it since all the other products are oily (except for Rogain foam)but this is not the case! After I put it on, my hair and scalp were greasy and my thin hair looked much worse. Perhaps the company should use less propylene glycol. I will go back to Rogain foam, which is cheaper and is not oily at all. I also don’t like any company that does not list a toll free number on its package and this product has no number period; this means to me that it may not be a reputable company…hopefully it has good quality control. Lastly, the product makes claims that a higher dose of minoxidil works better than the 5%, but I have not seen any statements from FDA stating this to be the case. I have to assume that Rogain which has max of 5% is probably because the company thinks that 5% is the right amount. I do like the fact that this product has retinol in it. Bottom line, if you don’t like the oily residue with many minoxidil products, you may want to stear away from this product.
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I think it’s already working???,
I don’t want mislead anyone about the product, but I think I had already seen hair growth after two weeks of use…so I am happy. I will reserve my full judgment after using the product for 3 months. That is the time it usually takes to see NOTICABLE improvement I am told. The bottle does last for about a month…so I will be buying more.
****UPDATE*** The product that is now being show along side my review is not the same product I bought (I bought the 15% Minoxidil in a blue bottle which seems to be no longer available???). I guess when the company updates their products on Amazon, the pictures and name of the product also changes on the reviews?
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great video 🙂
@RussX5Z Diya did not have any surgical procedure. The regrowth at his temples and crown was achieved from the use of a combination medicated treatment programme from The Belgravia Centre. There are hundreds more similar success stories on The Belgravia Centre website – just type ‘Belgravia Centre success stories’ in Google.
Did this guy get any hair transplants for his temples and frontal hair line? Please answer. Thanks. And great video.
thanks for sharing
@alber12111 Belgravia’s treatment courses are available to anybody around the world. Please visit the Belgravia Centre website and click on the ‘home use service’ link. This will lead to our diagnostic form, which can be completed and submitted in minutes for a Belgravia trichologist to check. They will diagnose your hair loss condition and recommend an effective course of treatment which can be sent to your home. A treatment advisor will contact you to discuss your options.
can someone from the US get treatment? or is this company only based in the UK?
Diya uses a treatment programme based around Propecia and minoxidil 12.5% + Azelaic, Propecia. He was also provided with a free HairMax LaserComb as part of his treatment course. More information on the treatment course that Diya uses can be found on the Belgravia Centre website in the hair loss treatments section.
using what? what the heck is he using?
You can find our review on Provillus by typing ‘Provillus Belgravia’ in Google. Our report appears at the top of the Google listings with the title ‘Provillus – How Effective is Provillus Likely To Be for Hair Loss’.
what do you think of the new provillus?
If you aren’t using minoxidil or Propecia there’s not much else likely to help. The most well-known supplements are Vivivscal or Nourkrin, containing marine extracts, or Procerin and Hair Vitalics, containing saw palmetto and other nutrients. Unfortunately no supplement shows any conclusive evidence of actually helping hair loss. The LaserComb is the only other product acknowledged by the FDA – it’s ‘FDA Cleared’. There’s lots more information on our Blog (search Google for ‘Belgravia Blog’).
last one, 29 yr old thinning hair,,,don’t want to do rogaine or propecia….whats the best natural thing that i can take …. is that saw palmetto?
Neither caffeine nor green tea are bad for the hair.
It’s possible that allergic reactions to certain shampoo ingredients can cause scalp complaints, but not hair loss. There is not enough absorbtion into the scalp for a shampoo to damage the follicles.
is caffeine bad for my hair? and green tee
I’m not too sure about that, I read chemicals in shampoo damage hair folicles, people have had to switch to more natural shampoos because of their hairloss
It’s unlikely that this is down to stopping using shampoo. Perhaps your hair loss was a temporary condition. Washing the hair and keeping it clean is beneficial to the hair and hair loss prevention.
I just stopped using shampoo, and my hair is actually growing back.
It is possible that lack of nutrients can affect hair growth but the majority of cases of hair loss are down to genetics.