4 Comments

  1. Steven
    March 18, 2010 @ 4:10 pm

    The above article mentions Ketoconazole and Nizoral as the shampoo that uses the Ketoconazole in 1% over the counter. Another ketconazole shampoo that I have been using instead of Nizoral is Regenepure DR. The difference is that Regenepure does not have harmful cleansers like sulfates. Regenepure has other beneficial ingredients that are all spelled out on their website. I am a firm believer in Regenepure DR.It also make my hair thicker immediately after the first use!

  2. Mike
    March 25, 2011 @ 1:51 pm

    Since when does the FDA license anything that doesn’t make big bucks for the Pharma industry? I have found that Keto (in cream form, as well as shampoo)is a great anti hair loss treatment.

  3. Mike
    March 25, 2011 @ 1:55 pm

    @ “Steven”. Making the hair shaft appear “thicker” will not stop hair loss. That effect, although desirable, is just temporary / cosmetic. I guess you must be linked to “Regenpure” commercially as it’s expensive and pretty average. I’d recommend the topical use of Keto in cream form.

  4. Tony
    May 30, 2012 @ 10:56 pm

    I have been using Regenepure DR for almost a
    Year now and I DEFINITELY have more hair growth. I used to
    Have hair in the drain often, now none! It does make my hair dry out but
    I would rather have the dry hair than hair loss!

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