Provillus Review (Does it Really Work?)

Do you ever wake up to the horror of finding hair strands on the pillow? Or on the towel after bathing? Does something even as light as running your hand through your hair lead to breakage?

Hair loss is a nightmare for all, men women, the old and even the young (yup, you can go bald by 25) and can shatter confidence and make you the butt of all jokes.

Now, I am sure you have already tried out tons of shampoos and conditioners only to see the hair fall increase. And transplant is probably out of your budget.

So can you stop the inevitable?

Well, Provillus claims it can. But does it really work? Is it 100% safe and natural or are there any side effects?

In this in-depth Provillus review, I’ll answer these and other important questions so you can make an informed buying decision.

What is Provillus

Provillus is a supplement for hair loss but unlike some of the others, it is made using 100% natural ingredients.

The tablets in two types i.e. one for the females and the other for the males. Along with the tablets, there is also a topical solution that is equally important.

They have been formulated separately for each gender because the male hormones are different from that of a female.

So what does this tablet do on the inside that stimulates hair growth? Let’s find out.

How Provillus works?

In simple words, Provillus aims to rejuvenate the dead hair follicles and provide the body nutrients such as zinc as its deficiency is one of the reasons for hair loss.

The potent blend of ingredients also aims to eradicate other causes of like stress, lack of blood flow and toxins.

But the most important function that the ingredients perform is to block a hormone called DTH or dihydrotestosterone.

DTH hooks itself up to the hair follicles thus miniaturizing them. This, in turn, results in baldness in both men and women.

In most men and women, the problem is genetic so if your mom, dad or grandparents happen to suffer from hair loss or are bald, you are definitely running out of time.

Thankfully, Provillus can help with its 3-step hair regrowth formula.

Step 1:

First and foremost, it nurtures the dying follicles back to good health providing then an injection of important nutrients such as zinc, iron, magnesium, calcium and B6 complex.

Certain ingredients (about which we’ll talk below) also boost Keratin production. Keratin is the fibrous protein that is integral to not just the hair but also nails, hooves, claws, etc.

So if you have been wondering what’s the deal with keratin treatments and its popularity, you know why.

And while Keratin treatment is effective, its effects are temporary and you need to get it done on a regular basis which can be expensive.

Step 2:

While the follicles are undergoing the strengthening, the next step is to fortify these follicles from the damaging effect of the 5-alpha-reductase, a combination of Cortisol and DHT.

Step 3:

Next up, comes the step that you have been waiting for, the hair growth. Once the follicles are back up to full strength you will see new hair strands growing.

This is mainly thanks to ingredients like Para-Amino Benzoic acid, Horsetail Silica that work on the inside while Minoxidil works on the outside.

That is because it is the topical solution that consists of the Minoxidil, a highly potent yet safe drug that has been approved by the FDA for its role in hair growth.

And if your problem happens to be genetic baldness or due to age, then you should see improvements in just a few weeks.

What are the Ingredients in Provillus?

Whether Provillus is effective or not or will it cause any serious side effects can be judged by the ingredients used. Plus, since you will be using the supplements daily, an in-depth look at them is a must.

Biotin

Biotin or Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H is the ingredient you will find in almost every hair loss treating supplement. In fact, it is even available as a supplement

So is it really that good?

According to studies (although very limited), Biotin impacts keratin production in the body, in turn, giving you longer, stronger hair and nails. Plus, it also gives the skin the glow and smoothness every woman craves.

Biotin deficiencies are rare in people as anyone with a healthy diet easily gets the recommended dosage but nonetheless, it is possibility supplements like these can help.

Minoxidil

Minoxidil is one of the primary ingredients in Provillus topical solution and its effectiveness on hair growth has a seal of approval from the FDA as well.

The men’s solution comes with 5% minoxidil whereas the women’s solution has 2% of it due to the hormonal differences between the two genders.

Minoxidil increases the size of the roots so the new hair has the right volume and is strong enough so it can handle the daily rigors and sweat without breaking.

It also increases the growth phase of the strands which is particularly helpful in men and women troubled by alopecia.

Zinc

Zinc is another very important ingredient found in almost every hair-related supplement.

One of the first symptoms of zinc deficiency is hair fall and that is exactly why most dermatologists turn to zinc tablets at first.

While the ingredient is abundantly present in food, as one gets older, the body isn’t able to make the most of it thus leading to its shortage and the need for supplements.

Zinc attacks hair fall from every possible direction. That is because it performs multiple functions such as the regeneration of cells, maintaining hormonal balance, protein synthesis, etc.

But more importantly, it prevents the scalp from going dry so dandruff becomes trouble of the past. For this, it increases the production of sebum, the hair’s natural oil.

Magnesium

This is the 4th highest vitamin in the body and impacts about 700 metabolic functions in the body most of which are connected to hair growth and follicle strength.

The first and foremost role of magnesium is to stop calcium buildup from clogging the follicles by improving its circulation in the body (after all, it is something your bones need and not your hair).

Excessive calcium buildup over time can lead to dryness that results in flakiness and dandruff.

It also plays an important role in protein synthesis which is important because proteins make up almost 90-95% of the hair follicles. Hence better synthesis means stronger follicles.

Horsetail Silica

Horsetail Silica has been in use for its medicinal properties ever since the age of the Romans and the Greeks.

Although Silica is present only in small traces, it is a vital mineral especially if hair growth is the main concern. That is because silica increases blood flow by strengthening the veins.

But its benefits aren’t just limited to the hair, it forms an important part of the skin and thus any boost in silica levels means you will also have better skin and nails.

Apart from that, it also increases the production of collagen which helps fight osteoporosis, improves calcium absorption and encourages the growth of new hair strands.

Para-Amino Benzoic Acid

This ingredient is often used in ingredients because it absorbs UV rays of the sun. Now, this function is really important because these rays can cause pigmentation on not just the skin but also the hair which results in hair loss.

Apart from preventing hair loss, it will also protect your skin. So if you were planning a vacation at the beach, this has got you well covered.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine is a water-soluble vitamin that is needed not just for hair growth but overall well-being. That is because it impacts the functioning of the nervous and the immune system.

It also supports the production of blood cells and various different enzymes that impact the mood and lower stress levels.

Thankfully, getting your daily dose of Vitamin B6 is pretty easy as it can also be found in chicken, turkey, tuna, salmon, shrimp, milk and cheese

But what if I am vegetarian?

In that case, a few extra lentils carrots and lentils spinach in your salad or brown rice, sunflower seeds, wheat flour should do you good.

Pumpkin Extract

This ingredient plays the supporting role as it helps in preventing shrinkage of the hair follicles due to DHT.

Now, you can add pumpkin to your diet but if like me even you do not like it, a supplement like Provillus is just ideal.

Does Provillus Really Work?

Simply put, YES, IT DOES and the main reason for that is the active blend of the most potent ingredients found in nature.

All these ingredients have clinical tests to back the claims.

Plus, its formula tackles the problem from both the outside and the inside with the tablet and topical solution.

But keep in mind that your lifestyle plays an important role. If you have an inactive lifestyle and poor diet, the results are going to be much slower.

So if you haven’t been eating healthy yet, here’s a reason that should be good enough. And when I say an active lifestyle, I am not suggesting you need to break your back at the gym.

Even early morning walks and runs or yoga should get you the desired results in quick-time.

Provillus Dosage and Results

As per the official website, both men and women should take no more than 2 tablets in a day i.e. after your breakfast and lunch along with water.

Avoid taking the supplement empty stomach and make sure you are drinking plenty of water throughout the day (a practice you will find helpful nonetheless).

As for the topical solution, it should be applied once in the morning and at night before you fall asleep.

If you maintain the right dosage and have a healthy lifestyle, results should be visible within the first 4-5 weeks. These results include a slight drop in hair fall with newer strands visible in the coming month.

Complete results should take about 5-6 months or longer depending on how strictly you follow your diet and workout regime along with the recommended dosage.

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