Ok so my other thread about Shisheido's adenovital shampoo, which contains adenosine as its main ingredient, had me interested in other products containing them. Adenosine has at least a little research into possible hair loss treatment http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1346-8138.2008.00564.x/full Since this study was done with a lotion and not shampoo, I wanted to know if there were any out there. First I found this other shampoo, Adenosil, which contains adenosine, orithine, and taurine. Not sure if those other two ingredients do anything significant but I had never heard of the brand before, its on ebay though for those interested. http://www.ch-pharma.com/Reads.aspx?id=34 Then I ended up browsing through DS Labs products and noticed that they have hair lotions that contain adenosine in them. The hair cream is the Revita brand, and according to their site it has:ADENOSINE, PINE WOOD EXTRACT*, PREZATIDE COPPER ACETATE, MALUS DOMESTICA FRUIT CELL CULTURE EXTRACT, PANTHENOL, HYDROLYZED LUPINE PROTEIN, PIROCTONE OLAMINE. http://www.amazon.com/DS-Laboratories-High-Performance-Thickening-Luxurious/dp/B010GUES3 Since the study I linked showed effectiveness with a lotion, I thought maybe this product would be worth looking into. Has anyone used this before? It looks like it's newish on amazon. On an unrelated note, there are a few Polaris Lab products on ebay, namely NR-10 which contains 16% minoxidil and .01fin, wondering if that topical finasteride really works or not? It cant be bought off their site for US members..