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Topic Title: Energinox Minoxidil Treatment - Beware?
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Created On: 09/19/2016 05:16 PM
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 09/19/2016 05:16 PM
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I've just registered here to maybe help other users with the product Energinox and help them to decide, whether they should consider using it or not (I can see thousands of purchases on eBay in Germany alone).

It's sold on eBay (h**p://* and has a website (h**ps://w*

Energinox was the first product I used after taking Regaine foam for a couple of days. I couldn't go with the foam ultimately, because I've got long hair and it's very hard to apply.

Compared to other products Energinox is almost ridiculously cheap and promises additional hair loss prevention by adding Caffeine, L-Carnitine, Q10, Saw Palmetto and Vitamin B12.

So here's my story.

After taking Regaine and experiencing very quick shedding I switched over to Energinox because it's applied by using a dripper and that works better for me (also it was very cheap for the 6 month treatment and I hoped the other ingredients would help additionally). The shedding immediately stopped, which didn't bother me, because it's supposed to not last long.

4 months gone by and nothing happened, no shedding, no visible impacts on my hair growth.

In the meantime I've had several chats with the seller about the purity of his product and whether he could give me independent ingredient analysis to confirm the contents of the product. He said that they're currently busy with other things, but the analysis would be put up on their website. After two and a half months, where nothing happened, I wrote them again to receive a similar answer, which made me a bit suspicious.

I've also read that products containing Minoxidil show slight crystallization on the containers' threads - Energinox didn't at all.

So in the meantime I've switched to a different, more trusted Minoxidil manufacturer, of which I won't tell the company or product name, so you won't think I advertise for them. I've seen instant shedding again, aswell as crystallization on the container threads just days after the first application.

I don't know whether Energinox contains any of the mentioned ingedients at all (it smells a lot of rose oil, which is certainly weird), but because of the stuff I've experienced, I can't endorse this product and I'd advise anyone in doubt to stay away from it for now, until they've posted the independent ingedient analysis on their website.

I know that eBay sellers are generally considered to be taken cautiously, you don't have to tell me. I certainly don't want to badmouth anyone or their products, but the concerns I've got about Energinox are vast now and I don't want anyone to potentially waste money on that product until I'm proven wrong.

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