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I have taken a deep dive into two beasts in the hair growth game and gone head to head with them: Lipogaine vs. The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Serum.
We’re looking at things like:
- Application method (whether you want a topical or pill specifically, this is good to know)
- Hair suitability (some topical products don’t work as well for different hair types)
- How long to results?
- Price (which, of course, overall will be determined by how it takes to get results
- And all the rest…
Lipogaine Big 3 Shampoo
Lipogaine Big 5 Hair Stimulating Shampoo for Hair Thinning & Breakage, for All Hair Types, Men and Women, Infused With Biotin, Caffeine, Argan Oil, Castor oil and Saw Palmetto (Purple)
- Trusted Brand: Hundreds of thousands people around the world have been in love with Lipogaine products since 2009. Most people learnt the brand from their very satisfied friends.
- Premium natural ingredients based hair stimulating shampoo, strengthen & nourish hair and help prevent hair thinning & hair breaking. For
Active Ingredients: Biotin, Castor Oil, Emu Oil
Hair Type Suitability: Thinning Hair
Usage Frequency: Daily
What The Sales Page Doesn’t Tell You About Lipogaine
First Impressions and Packaging
Unboxing Experience: When I first got my hands on Lipogaine Big 3 Shampoo, the packaging didn’t scream luxury, but it was sturdy and functional. The bottle is a plain white with a pop of color, and while it might not be the most eye-catching product in your shower caddy, it does convey a clinical vibe that aligns with its hair treatment claims.
Bottle Design and Practicality: The flip-top cap is easy to use, even when you have wet hands. I found the bottle’s design straightforward yet practical – no frills here. Also, the sizing options are good; you can start with a smaller size to test it out before committing to a bigger bottle.
Dispensing the Product: Dispensing the shampoo is easy enough, although sometimes I find I need to shake the bottle a bit towards the end or when it’s colder as the consistency thickens slightly. No major issues here – standard shampoo behavior!
Efficacy and Hair Feel Post-Use
Application Process: Using Lipogaine Big 3 Shampoo feels similar to any other shampoo at first glance. It lathers reasonably well for being sulfate-free – which is impressive – though not as much as traditional shampoos laden with harsh detergents.
Post-Wash Results: After rinsing out, my hair felt clean without feeling stripped of natural oils. Some hair loss products can leave your hair feeling dry or coated in something filmy, but this one manages to avoid that pitfall quite well.
Promises vs. Reality: In terms of stopping hair loss or encouraging new growth, these things take time and consistent use. Initial uses won’t yield miraculous results – you need patience with this type of product.
The Not-So-Good Stuff: Scent and Cost Considerations
The scent can be a bit medicinal for some people’s liking; think along the lines of tea tree oil meets minty freshness which might seem strong in an enclosed shower space but does dissipate quickly once your hair dries.
The price point feels steep compared to regular shampoos on market shelves. But then again if there are signs of effectiveness in combating hair loss then possibly worth that extra investment?
Ingredients & Long-Term Use
I appreciated that they packed natural DHT blockers like saw palmetto extract into ingredients list alongside nourishing components like biotin emu oil blend – sounds exotic right? But how effectively do these work together for long-term use still remains individual experience which varies from person others may see improvements within few months others may find slower progress requiring persistent application over longer period verbally mentioned by manufacturer instructions encased within box upon purchase guarantees are emphasized there too they stand behind product offering money-back guarantee albeit under certain conditions.