Hair Loss

TRX2® Advanced Care Hair Thickening & Styling Cream

So, my good friends over at Oxford BioLabs have released a new styling cream, based on the same principles as their other products. 

It’s funny, as it was only the other day that I was thinking about how cool it would be to have a styling cream that could also help prevent hair loss and thinning hair.  The question is, does this stuff actually work? 

I will definitely not be purchasing this, as I am not a big fan of TRX2 products.  Many of you will know how unsuccessful the pills were, after I took them for nearly nine months!  So, this post is not a review of this styling cream, as such. 

I tried to find the list of ingredients in this formula, but it does not state this information on their website.  If any of you have bought this product, then please list the ingredients in the comments section below.  I will then be able to give my in-depth views on this formula.

I have actually looked into creating anti-hair loss styling creams, using a wide range of additives, including Minoxidil, but the problem is, like with any anti-baldness formula, it needs to absorb into the scalp for the very best results.  

Hair styling creams do not absorb into the scalp, instead they just hug the hair strand and then get washed out. So, if you think about it, packing a styling cream with a bunch of anti-hair loss ingredients is actually pointless. 

Topical foams, serums and shampoos are more effective for preventing baldness because they actually absorb into the scalp upon application. This is why a styling cream could not work as an anti-balding treatment. 

There isn’t any logic to using this styling cream, unless of course you love the texture and shine that it gives your hair. But at over £20 per pot, it’ll be the most expensive styling product you are ever likely to purchase. 

If you want my honest opinion, then I would label this product as nothing more than a gimmick – just another money-maker to add to the existing line of TRX2 products on offer. 

If you have used this styling and ‘thickening’ cream by TRX2, then I would love to hear your honest feedback.  Please leave your thoughts and reviews in the comments section below.

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You can follow a few hair hygiene tips to make your hair less likely to fall out: Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hair - Avoid high-heat hair styling tools - Don't chemically treat or bleach your hair - Use a shampoo that's mild and suited for your hair - Use a soft brush made from natural fibers - Try low-level light therapy.

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