Avacor Comparison

Written by Michael Federico
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Avacor draws comparisons to pharmaceutical and natural hair loss treatments. This is due to the fact that Avacor employs the use of both chemical and organic substances. Its use of both methods has drawn many people to the product.

One part of the Avacor treatment is closely linked to Rogaine. It is a topical solution that makes use of the drug, minoxidil. The ointment is applied directly to the scalp twice a day. Like Rogaine, it is important to use the solution correctly each time. It is most effective when the scalp is dry and when the product, itself, has time to dry. This means that people should not use styling products right after using the topical solution, and they should not go right to bed.

Comparing Avacor to Natural Hair Loss Treatments

Along with the topical solution, Avacor also consists of natural supplements that are taken orally and a natural, revitalizing shampoo. Ginko biloba, sabal senualata, and bilberry are a few of the substances used in the caplets. The shampoo is also natural, as is the serum (Avacor Boost!) that gives hair a thicker appearance after one use.

The problem with the natural supplements in Avacor is that most have not been proven to stop hair loss or stimulate regrowth. The most successful natural hair loss treatments are those that use DHT blockers like Saw Palmetto and Beta Sitosterol. There are natural substances that the FDA has researched and approved for hair loss solutions, but Avacor uses many natural materials that have not been reviewed by the FDA or any other independent sources.


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What about hairloss shampoos? A lot of them have the main active compounds of these natural products. Also th ones with ketoconazole. I use one call RegenePure, it's doing wonders on my hair. And it helps out as an anti-dandruff. I always get mine online www.regenepure.com