Have we forgotten "caveat emptor?" And "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is." The ingredients simply can’t do what the advertising claims. And the company’s statement that Rejuvalex treats "every" kind of hair loss is astonishingly bold. It can’t treat traction alopecia. Those follicles are dead and scarred over. In fact, Rejuvalex cannot treat any form of alopecia. It may help with hair loss due to vitamin deficiency but only if the individual is actually deficient. Rejuvalex is basically a bottle of vitamins, and if you already take a multivitamin, you don’t need to spend $56 on this! This stuff isn’t stem cell therapy; it’s just vitamins!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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