Redensyl Side Effects- Things You Need To Know About Redensyl & Its Side Effects
Over 60% of the people in India suffer from hair loss. The most common types of hair loss conditions are pattern hair loss and telogen effluvium ( can happen in both men and women). There are multiple causes and triggers for hair loss conditions, such as genetics (and you think your parents didn’t give you any heirlooms), unhealthy diet and lifestyle choices (like binge-watching shows at night and eating momos 3 times a day), medicines, illness, pollution, chemical-laden products and heat treatments, the list goes on and on. See and you wonder why you don’t have good hair days often. Unfortunately, the prevalence of hair loss is only bested by the prevalence of misinformation, scammy treatments and a love of home remedies (don’t take offence we have tried to apply malai for glowing skin as well) that make effective treatment difficult.
However, that is not the only thing that makes hair loss treatment a challenge. Unfortunately, most of us are so busy living the #hustlelife there isn’t always enough time for ourselves and our health. So, we delay getting treatment on time even when we see the problem. And only after a couple of jabs from friends and family making tasteful jokes about us looking like Bollywood villains and Vin Diesel that we decide to take the treatment.
But the first rule of hair loss is to take treatment as soon as you see the problem (it isn’t as cool as the rules of fight club, but it works). It allows you to recover more volume in less time when you start early.
So, are you thinking to yourself, what is the point of this blog? Don’t worry I am getting there. So the most commonly prescribed serums for pattern hairloss and telogen effluvium is Redensyl and minoxidil. We are going to be talking about Redensyl today.
What is Redensyl?
(what is the meaning of redensyl and you know other important questions like who can use it)
Redensyl is a natural patented compound and it helps with improving cell regeneration of follicles and also promotes hair growth. Technically, speaking it is a green chemistry formula of patented molecules (DHQG and EGCG2: two stabilized polyphenols) targeting the ORS bulge stem cells (named in this report ORSc for Outer Root Sheath stem cells) and the fibroblasts located in the dermal papilla (named in this report HFDPc for Human Follicular Dermal Papilla cells). (Itni chemistry aati toh school topper hote hum)
It is prescribed to people in the initial stage (stage 1 for men and stage 1 and 2 for women) of hairloss or telogen effluvium.
Benefits of Redensyl for Hair?
- It works on stem cell division and promotes hair regrowth
- Prevents the death of your hair follicles
- Stimulates hair to enter the hair growth phase
Sounds too good to be true right?
Are There Any Side Effects Of Redensyl?
Well almost, so what are the dark secrets about Redensyl that we are not telling you? So essentially, most of the other treatments prescribed for hair loss, such as minoxidil and finasteride are ancient (well like 30 years old, so basically ancient) but Redensyl is new, it only came around in 2014. So there isn’t enough research and data about it as there is for the other treatments. Another “side-effect of redensyl” is that it takes too long to work. You need to use it for a good 5-6 months periods to see the benefits of it on your hair. It only works in the initial stages. Moreover, it doesn’t help stop hairloss. Like other stimulation therapies. It works externally, and if you want to see a significant recovery you will need to use it with something that stops your hair loss. We believe that answers all your questions about redensyl side effects.
Is There Any Clinical Proof For Redensyl?
Yes. According, to Induchem’s Biotechnology Centre Trail, their clinical trials show that using Redensyl for 2.5 months leads to a 17% increase in hair volume. The Traya Redensyl uses a pure 3% of this molecule, good enough to showcase similar efficacy.
Can it be used by men and women, both?
Yes, Redensyl is safe for both men and women. And it is prescribed by doctors so Redensyl will not have side effects.
But, what happens when I stop taking Redenyl? (hmm, I believe you are thinking - I knew there was a catch?!)
Nothing. Your hair will stay the way they were. Unless you have genetic pattern balding in which case you will have to use it as part of maintenance.
Are The Results Of Redensyl Better Than A Transplant?
You know I even heard a rumour that Redensyl has better results than a transplant (That can’t be true right?)
Well, that depends. So, here’s the origin of that claim. Redensyl has been evaluated during a double-blind versus placebo clinical trial on volunteers showing grade three to four alopecia according to the Medical Norwood classification.
Due to its unique biological concept, clinical results obtained with Redensyl respond to requests from consumers without yet:
- Within 84 days, volunteers have more hair (up to + 17%)
- Anagen (growing) number of hair increases (+ 9%)
- While the number of falling hair decreases (-17%)
85% of the volunteers had significant and visible hair growth, with over 28,200 new hair achieved in 84 days, that is, equivalent to three complete procedures of hair transplant surgery.
So what is our Redensyl exactly made of?
The 7 natural ingredients that make the Traya Redensyl and give it a yield that contains hair re-growing properties:
- EGCG 2
- Zinc chloride
How to Use Redensyl for Hair and How Long does it take for Rendensyl to work?
Our hair development cycle works in 3 states : anagen, catagen, and telogen.
The anagen phase is the phase of hair growth, the catagen phase is the phase of hair transition, and the telogen phase is the phase of hair loss.
Redensyl helps reduce the duration of the telogen phase and enhances the anagen phase. Which allows it to reduce hair loss and works in a way that retains your hair.
The duration of the anagen phase is more than 3 years, the duration of the catagen phase is more than 3 weeks, and the duration of the telogen phase is more than 3 months. Redensyl hair growth works by activating hair forming cells.
Redensyl for hair growth is available in various forms - redensyl oil, redensyl lotion and redensyl serum.
The best practice for using Redensyl products is to use them in the telogen phase. The process of using it depends on which product you are using.
- If you are using Redensyl serum, apply it to the scalp and keep the Redensyl hair serum overnight. Then, wash your hair in the morning.
- If you are using a Redensyl serum apply it on a clean and dry scalp, and only in the affected areas.
So, to answer the million-dollar question. Does Redensyl have side effects?
Not really (sorry to disappoint). Is it going to cure your hair loss (no, sanjeevani booti thodi hai yaar). Redensyl uses are many and it will work wonders, however, when used in the proper amount, quantity and as part of the right hairl oss treatment plan. Head here to try out the best redensyl composition.
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