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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  unfortunate on Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:45 pm

virtua_ wrote:A question:

From the ingredients it didn't seem like there was any lecithin and/or any phospholipids in RejuvePlex? Does this mean you didn't go the liposomal/nanosomal route after all, or is there something else in there that makes liposomes?

Nid, I'm curious about this as well. I know the product has very limited alcohol content. What gives it penetrating power? Are all the actives nano encapsulated?

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  unfortunate on Thu Jan 19, 2012 3:23 am

Nid,

Also, how often do you recommend using the fruit fiesta peel from Mychelle. Is it similar to scalpskinlady? Once a week? Twice a week? I can't imagine it being necessary every day.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  nidhogge on Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:26 am

Raxe--

Absolutely. The only active in this formula not specifically developed for cosmetical usage is the nano-silver, though that's not to say that it isn't safe for topical usage as silver has been used topically for hundreds if not thousands of years. We get it in 1,000 PPM and in RejuvePlex, it's diluted to 50 PPM.

In fact, all the Tri-K actives in there are developed by Mibelle Biochemistry in Switzerland, a company of nothing but incredibly intelligent doctors (about 63 of them or so). Ensuring the safety of the actives was one of the reasons this took so long to come to fruition!

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The phospholipids are actually listed on the ingredient list; there is VERY little alcohol in the formulation. The Tri-K actives are liposomal, and the presence of liposomes in the formula helps the non-liposomal actives to absorb better due to the action that liposomes have on the surface of our skin membrane. It essentially makes it more permeable, so that non-liposomal actives can slip through easier as well.

As for the Fruit Fiesta Peel, I would use it as often as they recommend using it for the face. With the Pumpkin Peel Enzyme, I use it a few times a week typically on both scalp and face, but it isn't as strong as the Fruit Fiesta Peel.

I hope that helps...

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  Raxe on Thu Jan 26, 2012 12:10 am

Is rejuveplex still in stock, or do we have to wait to order?

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  Beebrox on Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:48 am

Raxe wrote:Is rejuveplex still in stock, or do we have to wait to order?

Share the same question.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  nidhogge on Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:55 am

I should have made an announcement on this, will do that now...but yes, it's back in-stock.

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Post  cee-low on Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:45 am

Will rejuveplex without GHK be available anytime soon. I am using AHK at the moment and don't really need the extra GHK and would like to save a bit of money since rejuveplex is a bit expensive for me.

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Post  johnnytremaine on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:40 pm

I'm interested to know why exactly the nano-silver was reduced to 50 ppm? Is this really going to be strong enough to eliminate dandruff? (keep in mind I just barely started using rejuve a day ago so am hoping it stops my dandruff and sebhorric dermatitis in my eyebrows and sides of nose)

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  nidhogge on Fri Feb 24, 2012 4:53 pm

It's most likely going to be raised to 500 PPM in the near future per some research that we've come across.

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Post  sc871 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 3:39 pm

nidhogge wrote:It's most likely going to be raised to 500 PPM in the near future per some research that we've come across.

How soon might this new batch be out? I have been needing to place an order for some supplements and want to pick up some extra Rejuvaplex..just curious on the Nano-silver for the facial application, how does that effect dry skin with a oily t-zone? What is the ppm in the current batch, and would raising it help?

Something I have been wanting to ask is there any effects applying a zinc oxide sunscreen after Rejuvaplex is applied? I am speaking of the face here, but I do use Revivogen but thats hours later. Back to the face what is is your thoughts on a Vitamin C serum, many speak and hold by it. Yet I recall a post/link cautioning against Vita C causing oxidation.


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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  nidhogge on Sun Feb 26, 2012 2:23 pm

sc--

Next batch will still be 50 PPM (which is being created on Tuesday) but I'm going to then experiment with watering down the 1100 PPM formula that I currently have to roughly 500 PPM and see how it applies on the skin/scalp. The 1100 PPM is similar to applying Iodine on the skin (leaves a slight stain that you can wash out). Have to make sure the formula is still cosmetically appealing to people, so hopefully 500 PPM will be OK in that regard. I can't say how it would effect dry skin with an oily t zone, but it does seem to reduce dandruff/dry skin relatively quickly.

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Post  sc871 on Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:48 pm

nidhogge wrote:sc--

Next batch will still be 50 PPM (which is being created on Tuesday) but I'm going to then experiment with watering down the 1100 PPM formula that I currently have to roughly 500 PPM and see how it applies on the skin/scalp. The 1100 PPM is similar to applying Iodine on the skin (leaves a slight stain that you can wash out). Have to make sure the formula is still cosmetically appealing to people, so hopefully 500 PPM will be OK in that regard. I can't say how it would effect dry skin with an oily t zone, but it does seem to reduce dandruff/dry skin relatively quickly.

Ok thanks, are there any changes in the next batch? And is there any Rejuvaplex available for shipment?

My question was not so much on the Nano-Silver, and your reply opened some more questions. You left unanwersed like applying a zinc oxide sunscreen or a vitamin C serum on the face, more so the Zinc oxide SS does that effect anything in Rejuvaplex? So what is the Nano-silver doing, since you are playing around with 50ppm then up to 1100ppm and back to 500ppm?

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  CF on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:06 pm

I am finding the third batch of RejuvePlex is absorbing better than batch number 2. Batch 1 was long enough ago I can't really compare it exactly but I'd say similar, with my gut telling me number 1 was the best.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  sc871 on Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:36 pm

CF wrote:I am finding the third batch of RejuvePlex is absorbing better than batch number 2. Batch 1 was long enough ago I can't really compare it exactly but I'd say similar, with my gut telling me number 1 was the best.

I tend to disagree. The first batch yes did absorb rather quickly and I did not notice much of a moisturizing effect, but it stiill felt good and noticed improvements in the first few weeks. The 2nd batch had more of a moisturzing effect to it and you could work it around rather than it evaporating instantly. This last batch I find does not abosrb well and leaves the skin rather oily looking and a slight tint, guessing from the new nano-silver.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  nidhogge on Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:31 pm

sc871--

I'm sorry man, I just noticed your past reply with the questions on the zinc and nano-silver. I can't promise how RejuvePlex would react to Zinc or anything else for that matter without testing, but I don't personally see it as a problem. I would apply the RejuvePlex first before anything else, though.

Also, we've only had 50 PPM concentrations of Nano Silver thus far, anything else has just been musings on my part. I don't intend to increase to anything significant like 1100 PPM though...and it'd be with the original nano-silver. You're right in that this current batch it doesn't absorb quite as quickly, and is a bit more oily (as you said, due to the new nano silver). Still applies fine for me overall, but not as quickly as the prior batches. We've had some real issues getting the nano-silver in from Poland...

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  goten574 on Tue Mar 27, 2012 3:53 pm

How is RejuvePlex working for you all in terms of hair?
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Post  ferox on Thu Mar 29, 2012 6:14 am

Hi nidhogge!

I ordered RejuvePlex some days ago and now I am wondering if there is any left to ship to me or do I have to wait until you get the next batch? Because I can not see on paypal that you have already shipped it.

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Post  johnnytremaine on Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:47 pm

Hey nidhogge, I still have not received my rejuveplex (I had ordered two but did not recieve the second bottle). Just wondering what was going on with that.

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Post  johnnytremaine on Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:53 pm

In terms of hair? I have been getting a pretty big shed with rejuveplex. Then again, it gives my scalp a very noticeable "pumped" feeling. I don't know if this is a good thing or bad. Does that feeling on my scalp maybe mean I am (1) having an allergic reaction (2) getting too much stimulation, or (3) is it a good sign? All I know is that I have been shedding quite a bit and the rejuveplex that I used for the dermatitis around my nose seems to have caused some irritation, which has continued despite having stopped using it by my nose for the last month. I would appreciate feedback.

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Post  goten574 on Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:29 pm

I've been using it for 5 weeks now, once a day on my scalp and face. I've noticed no shed and I like the way my hair looks after application, it just seems fuller. Nothing else to say yet.
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Post  nidhogge on Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:27 pm

Hey fellas,

All of the shipments were sent out yesterday--just need to get the tracking information into PayPal to get everyone their confirmation mails.

Johnny--

Can you private message me your transaction ID #?

Also, with the dermatitis--it will get worse before it gets good. A few people have reported to me completely clearing up their dermatitis. You're quite literally waging war with these mites; personally, I would continue to apply on that area. The pumped feeling experienced is common as well (I experience it too); more bloodflow to the scalp. Sort of a weaker pump next to lasering. As for the shed, it's too early to say...if the dermatitis around your nose and the reaction that you are getting from that is the same as what's going on with your scalp, then that may explain it. Could be a temporary side-effect of die-off.

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Re: RejuvePlex Hair Loss and Anti-Aging Serum Information

Post  johnnytremaine on Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:38 am

thanks for the reply nidhogge, I will send you that.

As far as the pumped feeling goes, do you have it all the time? I have this kind of strange feeling on my scalp that came after about a week of applying rejuveplex and has lasted ever since. It is a feeling that seems as though my scalp skin was getting stretched tighter, and it feels stronger (if that makes any sense?). I guess the point is I have this new feeling in my scalp all the time now, not just after I apply, is that what you meant when you said you have the feeling too? Just after you apply?

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Post  nidhogge on Mon Apr 02, 2012 4:27 am

Hmm, the feeling I'm referring to is more of a circulatory increase; increased bloodflow to the scalp. As far as what I feel throughout the week, seems like (as long as I keep up with application), scalp is pretty much itch and inflammation-free. I will have to pay closer attention to if my scalp feels more firm.

I'm looking into reverting the formula back to the 2nd batch, which will include the H-AECL. The original nano-silver as well. This will be what we'll use going down the road.

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Post  longhairedredhead on Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:06 am

I thought of sharing my experiences with RejuvePlex so far:

I've used RejuvePlex on my right temple since March 4th now. I can't apply it all over my scalp - simple because there's no RejuvePlex left on my fingers anymore by the time my fingers have reached my scalp through the forest of curls lol Laughing - so I can't provide any information about its effect on the whole scalp.

I believe I'm using the 2nd batch. It was shipped to me February 22nd and has a brownish colour.

What I've experienced so far: A "calming" sensation shortly after applying the RejuvePlex on my temple, pimples disappear faster when I apply a little RejuvePlex on them and small wounds also seem to heal a little faster.

As far as hair regrowth in my temple: Today I took a look in the mirror, and I believe I'm seeing hairs which weren't in my temple before I started using RejuvePlex. Surprisingly I'm seeing a few little hairs appearing in front of my temple too, where my hairline once used to be!
I must admit I've also been doing a scalp massage every day / every other day during the last two months, which could've had a supporting effect on the RejuvePlex.

Below is a photo of my right temple. On top of the small wound you see about three small hairs, and further into my temple you'll see quite some more. The few hairs where my hairline once used to be unfortunately can't be seen on the photo, but they're still quite short and thin.


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Post  Mr.Furley on Sun May 06, 2012 7:06 am

I've only posted here once before I think, but a long time "lurker".

I've been using rejeuvplex since February on the front area of my scalp, where I have thinning at the temples. I am not using it on the skin on my face, or skin anywhere else. Just the scalp.
For decades, I've had really bad sebum build-up in those temple areas, and nothing I've tried over the years has helped at all.
The first rejeuvplex formulation I received was a "milky-grey" color. I purchased one bottle in February. Within a couple days, the sebum build-up disappeared, just like that. Unbelievable. Additionally, the quality of my hair changed. More life to it, even appeared a little fuller.
I ordered 3 bottles more that arrived at some point in March I think. This formulation is a "clear-orange" color. I'm on my second bottle of the "clear-orange" formulation now, and I can say without a doubt that the "milky-grey" formulation worked much better for me. With this "clear-orange" formulation", my sebum is still at an all time low, but I get little bits of it here and there, where as with the "milky-grey" it was a TKO. None to be found for over a month anywhere. Additionally, this orange formulation has zero effect on the quality of my hair. None of the "life" to it I found while using the "milky-grey".

One other thing, and this is difficult to describe I think. After decades of examining the tiny hairs in my temple areas and never fooling myself into thinking anything was actually making a difference to them, making them termianl (and I've tried A LOT of things over the years), after a month of using the "milky-grey", I was convinced "something" was starting to happen with the hairs in those areas. They seemed to "come-alive" for lack of a better word. That is why I purchased 3 more bottles, to see if what I was seeing,sensing was correct.

I can't say that this new "clear-orange" formulation is having the same effect.

Just my two-cents of my experience with it so far.

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