Sat 6 Apr 2013
TRX2 is not a drug but rather an herbal, dietary supplement containing a variety of common ingredients readily available at your local nutritional supplement shop; including biotin and L-carnitine tartrate among others. The product’s website provides detailed data gathered from a “randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study” but it is unclear who conducted the study and there is no mention of publication in a peer reviewed journal. Savvy consumers may see this omission as a red flag.
Generally, there is no harm in trying herbal/natural hair loss treatments. However, the high cost of products like TRX2 may make experimentation less desirable than opting for the clinically proven and FDA approved medical treatments Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil).
For a complete listing of TRX2′s ingredients and our detailed product review see the article, “TRX2 Molecular Hair Loss Treatment from Europe: Revolutionary Hair Growth Formula?” at the Hair Loss Learning Center.
Do you have experience with or questions about TRX2? If so, join the following discussion on our popular hair restoration forum, “TRX2 Molecular Hair Loss Treatment Review“.
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