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    I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Having used Revivogen a few years ago and got some success in form of maintenance. I decided to quit after using it for around 2 years if I can remember correctly. Looking back on this I believe I should have continued using it. But I believe I prematurely hopped onto the Minox bandwagon.

    I am a diffuse thinner and hoping to be a good responder.

    After reading some forum posts about the "New Formula", I decided to order a batch of Revivogen today which I should get tomorrow.

    When I get my Revivogen delivered, I plan on re-jigging my hair programme to the following:

    Morning:
    > Minox
    > Dr. Lee's Regrowth Shampoo EOD
    > Revita.Cor EOD
    > MSM 5000mg
    > Vitamin D3 10000mg

    Evenings:
    > Revivogen
    > Folligen Spray (when it gets delivered)

    I have kept my hair regime to a minimum to judge how well Revivogen performs. Since there has not been any fully documented progress on anyone using Revivogen I plan on taking pictures of my progress.

    Please view my profile to see images of my baseline photo's: http://www.hairlosstalk.com/profiles/Th ... albums/408

    I will try my best to post photo's every week. If not someone give me a kick!

    Wish me luck!

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Ok my first Revivogen application. Its different as night and day compared to the old version. I am really surprised its not greasy as all and the colour has changed from red to yellow.

    I noticed that my scalp felt a but warm and minty after applying it.

    First impressions. Its feels better than the previous version.

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    When did you notice results on Rev and by maintenance do you mean no better but not worst?
    Probably the most important thing is that when things get really bad and the world looks its darkest, you just have to throw up your hands and say "Well, alright!" cause it's probably gonna get a whole hell of a lot worse.


    For a long time I played brooding, "James Dean" types. I was kind of relieved when my hair fell out and I didn't have to do that any more. - John Malkovich

    My story
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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    When I first started Revivogen, I did notice more shedding over the first month. But that reduced throughout my time using it and after the 6-7 month mark my hair did feel a lot more healthier and thicker.

    I still got some shedding every so often throughout my time on Revivogen.

    I don't think I regrew any more hair but my exisiting hair just felt really good.

    I think I just got greedy and thought going onto Minox + Spiro combo was a better solution.

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Is it sticky at all? I find that sticky topicals make me shed

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Hi Mens Rea,

    Nope not sticky at all.

    It absorbs really well. Only a small residue left.

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Second Revivogen application today.

    For some reason my scalp feel a little itchy/tingly after applying it. That didn't happen when using the old solution. Oh well, I quite like the sensation. lol!

    I may buy a scalp roller to increase absorption. I am trying not to over massage my head after applying the solution to ensure as much absorption as possible.

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Recieved my Nanogen Scalp roller today. I used the scalp roller prior to my Revivogen application and boy it stung a bit!

    I am using the scalp roller mostly around my hair line since I am finding it quite hard to roll it all over my scalp due to my hair length. Hopefully this will allow better absorption.

    I am applying around 1.5ml of Revivogen. I am still not accustomed to the new solution due to the fact I don't have residue on my scalp after application. So I think I am probably applying more than I should.

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    Can I ask how long your hair is?

    Mine is medium length and after using revivigen for the 1st time today I have to say I think it makes hair incredibly greasy... In fact I'd say it makes it disgusting.

    Mine is yellow liquid with 2013 expiry so pretty sure it's the new formula

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    Re: I will be taking the Revivogen "New Formula" Challenge!

    The new formula has caffeine listed as an ingredient, if that helps, I've got my hair 'buzzed' to a six and don't find it greasy but possibly because i have fine dryish hair anyway.

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