Revita shampoo review
Revita shampoo review
What is Revita?
How does Revita shampoo work?
Revita shampoo has been formulated to combat hair loss using a number of highly beneficial ingredients, thought to both encourage re-growth and prevent further hair loss.
“By combining an anti-oxidant effect, anti-DHT properties, powerful hydrating molecules, hair growth stimulants and structural amino acids, Revita brings you the most effective hair growth stimulating shampoo available.”
According to the manufacturer, Revita has been developed focusing on the highest quality ingredients rather than keeping costs to a minimum. They claim this is in stark contrast to other shampoos which are usually developed with production costs in mind.
This company ethos has led to DS Labs thankfully deciding to do away with Sodium Laureth/Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) based detergent in their formula.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) is used in almost every shampoo, and has been linked to a number of skin complaints such as dry skin and in some cases even hair loss. Revita is 100% SLS free.
Revita Shampoo key ingredients
Revita shampoo appears to contain an overwhelming amount of ingredients which may be beneficial in treating hair loss.
Apple Polyphenols – There has been a huge amount of research lately into the anti-aging effects of unripened apple skin cells.
A recent Japanese study concluded that frequent topical application of procyanidin B-2 (an apple skin phytochemical) can increase hair shaft diameter by 80%, while increasing total hair count.
Copper Peptides – While this technology is certainly nothing new in hair loss treatment and prevention, it is normally only available as a standalone solution costing around the same price as Revita shampoo.
Copper peptides have been shown to stimulate new hair growth and repair damaged skin cells.
Emu Oil – A highly effective anti-inflammatory and natural oil which can penetrate deep into the skin.
Emu oil helps deliver key nutrients to the hair follicle and also inhibits 5 alpha reductase in the scalp – responsible for the conversion of testosterone to DHT.
Ketoconazole – Those who are following an existing hair loss regimen will no doubt have come across this compound, more commonly known by its brand name – Nizoral.
There is a huge amount of evidence that Ketoconazole can prevent DHT from destroying otherwise healthy hair follicles. Head over to our Nizoral section for more information on how it works.
Can Revita shampoo be used alongside other hair loss treatments?
According to the manufacturer, Revita does not react with other treatments such as Minoxidil or other topical formulations.
Currently a combination of the growth stimulant minoxidil and an anti-DHT treatment such as Propecia or Revivogen, still offers the best chance of treating hair loss.
However, Revita should form an essential part of any hair loss regimen, as it provides a healthy scalp environment for re-growth.
Revita shampoo review – conclusion
Revita finally offers an all-in-one solution for those considering Nizoral, emu oil and copper peptides to combat hair loss.