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Post  fumanchu on Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:56 am

I'm interested in using this stuff on my face. What I'm wondering is if it's a moisturiser as well, and if it's really suited for the face.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:20 am

fumanchu wrote:I'm interested in using this stuff on my face. What I'm wondering is if it's a moisturizer as well, and if it's really suited for the face.

Rejuveplex contains an ingredient called "Lumistor." This is a trade name for fermented hydroxyproline. This is a critical amino acid that is responsible for the increase/enhancement of skin moisture retention, it also reduces fine lines and the deepness of wrinkles. It is specifically made for restructuring the firmness of skin and elasticity with topical use.

It is also involved in decorin, which modulates TGF-beta/remodeling of the skin and hair.




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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  splohocky on Wed Nov 26, 2014 8:28 am

Is anyone else having issues with shipping and customer service from HairEvo? I placed my most recent order on 11/15, it is now 11/25, the order still hasn't shipped, and customer service hasn't responded to multiple inquiries on my part.

Also, for those asking, Rejuveplex works WONDERS on the face. It's given me teenage skin again I swear. I rinse my face with hot water, dry, and then massage in one dropper of Rejuveplex every night. You will notice an incredible transformation taking place within a few weeks, no lie. Everyone has been stopping me and complimenting my skin, and I am constantly fielding demands to know what my secret is on instagram. Can't even begin to tell you how amazing this product is.

If only I could actually get some more... :\

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Wed Nov 26, 2014 8:52 am

splohocky - Hi, please send me the order number and will check into it Smile

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:09 am

RejuvePlex was out of stock up until this recent weekend.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  tinytim on Mon Dec 15, 2014 6:21 am

rejuv vs capillogain any views I know cap contains triaminodil it does not get very good reports for regrowing hair at other sites.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  ManInACan116 on Wed Jan 21, 2015 12:50 pm

Hello Nidhogge and CausticSymmetry,

I've been browsing as many hair-loss forums as I can find on Google and have finally settled (to some extent) on Immortal Hair as something of a hotbed of meaningful research and knowledge. Throughout my forum travels I've found various substances that people had found to be effective as topical solutions and I have since begun concocting a whole variety of topicals that, at least in theory, should have some effect on hairloss and various orthomolecular processes. I like to find a study or two to back everything up, and so far, everything I've included has some pretty decent research to back up it's efficacy. I'm currently using this solution twice a day:

15ml purified water
5ml Ethyl Alcohol 70%
3ml Fenugreek Extract (Active component Trigonelline)
3ml Scutaleria Baicalensis Extract (Active component Baicalin)
3ml COQ10
2ml Rosemary Extract
2ml Red Panax Ginseng Extract
1ml Green Coffee Bean Extract
1ml Cayenne Extract
5ml MSM

.... and have actually seen some decent results! My fiancé has been chronicling my progress with pictures and I would love to post them as soon as I feel I have something to be truly proud of. My question to you is this: Rejuveplex seems to be a first-rate product with some serious science to back it up, but could I reap the benefits of what you've put into your mixtures while adding some of the things I think are having a noticeable effect? Among the ingredients I'd like to add to Rejuveplex are A) Scutaleria Baicalensis extract and/or pure Baicalin.  

Baicalin seems to be a pretty potent chemical in the process of reversing AGA, as you've suggested in a few posts before CS.

and B) Fenugreek Extract, or just pure Trigonelline

These two are the major hitters, Baicalin doing it's anti-androgen thing (among many other actions) and Fenugreek with it's upregulation of VEGF. Maybe the Red Ginseng Extract as well?

Regardless of the response here, I do think I'll be switching to Rejuveplex as it is ultimately cheaper and easier than the various bottles of brickabrack that I've been buying and combining with my ghetto chemistry. I'll also be purchasing the 5 main elements of the Regimen and maybe the shampoo as well. Might as well go hard while I still have hair to save.

So TLDR; Can I add Baical Skullcap Extract/Pure Baicalin or Fenugreek Extract/Trigonelline to Rejuveplex without messing up the efficacy of the other ingredients?

I only ask because I've switched around between a bunch of different topicals and feel a bit foolish if I switch completely from my current topical to your without having spend enough time to see if it works (Two and a half months or so, thusfar)

Thanks!
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Post  CausticSymmetry on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:06 pm

ManInACan - It should probably work out, provided it is a water-based extract. That said, baicalin is typically an ethanolic extract, so I'm not exactly certain how it would interact with the other ingredients.

Rejuveplex was tested for stability, composition, compatibility of the various elements.

I am a big believer in baicalin though, and think due to its liver benefits that as an internal would be
just as valuable. I actually started experimenting with it about two years before the research came out,
due to its unique pathway.

Also Trigonelline is typically an ethanol extract.

So to be safe, would only consider adding the water based extracts and perhaps to use the ethanol based extracts separately.






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Great post

Post  Jossie13 on Wed Mar 18, 2015 2:15 pm

Thank You for sharing...JB Very Happy Smile
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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  Patrick Bateman on Sat Dec 12, 2015 4:14 am

Hi, first of all thanks for all the informative content

I would like to order some rejuveplex but i have an extremely sensitive scalp wich can't handle any topical with alcool ( PG /ethanol ..) even the so called "non harsh" vehicle like the KB used to carry RU was way to harsh for me.

So i would like to know if rejuveplex is ok for extremely sensitive scalp like mine? (i saw that there is a low dose of alcool in it as a carrier)

And is it possible to dissolve some Adenosine powder in it?

Thanks you so much for your answer and forgivee my bad english.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:32 am

Patrick Bateman wrote:Hi, first of all thanks for all the informative content

I would like to order some rejuveplex but i have an extremely sensitive scalp wich can't handle any topical with alcool ( PG /ethanol ..) even the so called "non harsh" vehicle like the KB used  to carry RU was way to harsh for me.

So i would like to know if rejuveplex is ok for extremely sensitive scalp like mine? (i saw that there is a low dose of alcool in it as a carrier)

And is it possible to dissolve some Adenosine powder in it?

Thanks you so much for your answer and forgivee my bad english.

I asked about this. There is Ethanol, although a small amount...not so much added, but there is some of it existing in the ingredients..to my knowledge I have not heard or received any reports of sensitivity. 

Also yes, Adenosine powder will dissolve in it.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  Patrick Bateman on Tue Dec 15, 2015 1:47 am

Sorry to bother you again but is there still something to fight against demodex in rejuveplex?

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