Theres a new product around the stores named bioxsine and from what i learned on this blog, the ingredients doesn’t match any that make your hair grow or stop hair loss.
What do you think? Another misleading product?
That’s quite the fancy website they have. The clinic, as shown in the photos, look so futuristic! Like an 80s sci-fi movie showing what a doctor’s office would look like in 20 years.
I have no idea what’s in this Bioxsine serum or shampoo, besides what the maker calls Biocomplex B11… and that might as well be “Ingredient X” since “Biocomplex B11” is meaningless to me. Basically, they gave an herbal extract an important sounding name, but in reality its zinc, vitamins, and other ingredients that won’t regrow hair. As far as I know and with all my years of experience in the field, there is no cure for hair loss. So in the end it is still a buyer beware market. If you want to try it, good luck to you. Their FAQ says it’ll take 2 years for hair to grow, but I doubt people that use this will have the patience to stick with 2 years of expensive treatments in hopes that it pays off.