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Revita Review: Hair Growth Shampoo

If you are considering Revita shampoo, here is some information that you must know.
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Introduction

Revita is one of the new shampoo formulations marketed to help reverse hair loss. It is produced by Divine Skin Laboratories.

The active ingredients in Revita are 1% Ketoconazole, 4% Caffeine, MSM, Carnitine tartrate, Copper Peptides, Amino acids, Emu oil, Spin Traps, Biotin and Rooibos.

All of these ingredients have different proven and deduced effects on hair growth. By combining them Revita stimulates hair growth by their cumulative effects.

Revita shampoo, like other hair loss shampoos such as Nisim and Thymuskin helps to stimulate hair growth.

It is a popular choice among men and women who are trying to treat their hair loss. It helps to promote scalp vitality and stimulate hair growth.

This shampoo has been formulated to fight hair loss using healthy, natural ingredients that many feel work to prevent hair loss and encourage healthy hair growth.

Revita has an anti-oxidant type of effect, as well as anti-CHT properties, hydrating molecules, stimulants for hair growth, and structural amino acids, and is considered to be an effective shampoo for stimulating hair growth.

Using Revita Shampoo

On its label, the recommendation is to apply Revita shampoo twice daily for at least 5 times a week. While this should bring out the maximal benefits for treating hair loss, a once daily application is still effective as long as you stick to a regular routine.

Revita shampoo should be worked into the hair and left for 3 to 5 minutes before washing it off.

Many users have reported that Revita is one of the best hair shampoos out there. It conditions the hair perfectly, giving it fullness and making it soft.

The shampoo foams well on application and gives off a pleasing citrus fragrance. Rinsing removes the shampoo totally leaving no residue or stickiness in the hair.

For a shampoo containing ketoconazole, Revita is reported to be gentler on the scalp and hair than Nizoral shampoo. It does not leave the hair dry or make it brittle.

Revita shampoo makes the hair soft enough to be styled effortlessly, and gives it more volume so that it appears thicker than before. 

Cost Could Be a Factor

Many companies that manufacture shampoos and other products to fight hair loss rely on using the most inexpensive ingredients available to cut back on their own costs and bring savings to the consumer.

While this is a good thing in many cases, when it comes to fighting hair loss, it is better to use the products that have the best ingredients, even if they do happen to cost a little bit more.

This is because the manufacturers of Revita want to make sure that they are using the products that are proven to be the most effective for treating hair loss.

There is one ingredient that is not used in Revita, and that is the Sodium Laureth/Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) based detergent that can be so damaging to the skin and hair follicles, and is found in most shampoos and soaps.

Revita Ingredients

There are many ingredients in Revita shampoo that work together to help prevent and treat hair loss. These are all natural ingredients that are healthy and safe to use.

Some of the ingredients of Revita include:

  • Apple Polyphenols – Studies have shown that using an apple skin phytochemical can increase the diameter of the hair shaft by as much as 80%, and it increases the amount of hair a person has.
  • Copper Peptides – This is something that is rather new to the world of hair loss treatment products and generally is a standalone product. It is known to stimulate hair growth, and it can repair damaged skin cells that lead to thinning hair.
  • Emu Oil – This is a great anti-inflammatory, and it is a natural oil that penetrates deeply into the skin. It brings many important nutrients to hair follicles, and it helps to keep away 5 alpha reductase in the scalp, which turns testosterone into DHT.
  • Ketoconazole – This is often more recognized by its brand name Nizoral, and it is a common ingredient for treating hair loss. It can keep DHT from damaging hair follicles, which is one of the leading causes of hair loss.
  • MSM - MSM or Methylsulfonylmethane is natural source of sulfur. It is effectively absorbed through the skin from topical preparations. MSM supplies sulfur to hair cells. Sulfur is important in hair growth because it is needed to form the strong bonds that give healthy hair their strength and longevity.


How Revita Reverses Hair Loss
  • Acting as an antioxidant

When the antioxidants present in Revita shampoo are absorbed through the skin they can neutralize the free radicals formed as byproducts of cellular metabolism. These reactive radicals can damage cells of the hair follicles if left unchecked. To protect these cells, antioxidants mop up the reactive species leaving cells healthy and functioning optimally. These free radicals quickly build up with poor nutrition and high levels of toxins in the environment. They are responsible for accelerating the signs of aging including graying hair and hair loss.

  • Inhibiting the production and activity of DHT

DHT or Dihydrotestosterone is produced from testosterone. Unlike testosterone, DHT actually actively inhibits hair growth by reducing the number and efficiency of hair follicle cells. Some of the active agents in Revita shampoo such as ketoconazole and Emu oil inhibit the production of DHT by interfering with the activity of the enzyme (5-alpha reductase) responsible. DHT is chiefly responsible for androgenetic alopecia or male pattern balding. A 2008 study demonstrated that 1% ketoconazole is effective in reducing DHT levels enough to increase hair growth by 8.5% over 6 months.

  • Feeding amino acids to hair follicle cells

Hair is made up of a keratin which is a protein. To make more hair, the follicle cells need the appropriate nutrients. These nutrients are amino acids which are the building block of all proteins. Revita shampoo packs a long list of amino acids which when absorbed can contribute significantly to the synthesis of protein, and thus new hair growth.

  • Hydrating the hair and moisturizing the scalp

Revita is an excellent shampoo and hair conditioner. It moisturizes by trapping moisture around the hair shafts and on the scalp. This hydration is important for keeping the hair and scalp moist. When hair strands are moist, they retain their fullness and supple appearance. On the other hand, dry hair strands become brittle and fall off easily. Similarly, a moist scalp reduces the chance of excess sebum production as well as the risk of scalp infections. Furthermore, Revita shampoo has a cleansing effect on the scalp and, therefore, clears clogged pores of dandruff and accumulated dirt. When the scalp is healthy, the hair strands pushed through the follicles can last longer.

  • Directly stimulate hair growth

Revita shampoo also includes ingredients such as Copper Peptides which are known to directly stimulate hair growth. Together with the amino acid, this class of peptides improves cellular metabolism by supplying essential nutrients to hair follicles cells. They make the components of keratin, the protein of which hair is made.


Should You Use Revita?

Revita can be a huge part of your hair loss regimen, and at the very least, it is going to promote a healthy scalp and hair.

It is a solution that combines many of the ingredients that are commonly used to treat hair loss, and is considered to be an all-in-one treatment.

It is important to note here that Revita does not work in combination with other hair loss products.

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