Scalpure, this has to be a con right?
This is a new one to me. I enjoy when readers bring products to my attention, and it seems like a new unproven hair loss product is available every day. And just like many of these unproven products, Scalpure claims to be a “natural” and “breakthrough” treatment. The ingredients listed do not seem to be anything breakthrough: various oils and apple cider vinegar, none of which are likely to do anything for treating genetic hair loss. The makers claim that it pulls DHT out of the scalp like a magnet, but offers no proof of this. I don’t want to call it a “con”, but here is what it seems to be offering — buzzwords. What does it lack? Science and proof.
If you want to use this, it’ll set you back about $55 for 2 months of Scalpure, including shipping. The price isn’t terrible, but how much is your patience, your time, and your hair worth to you?