Nutrifolica Product Report Sheet

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Nutrifolica is a topical scalp treatment for hair loss that is applied once daily.  The company suggest that this product won’t dry out the scalp or leave a greasy residue because it has no alcohol or oil in it.

Nutrifolica claims “While DHT is the primary cause of hair loss several other factors contribute to hair loss such as: poor circulation of the scalp, clogged hair follicles, excessive sebaceous oil and nutrient deficient hair follicles. Nutrifolica is designed to counteract these hair loss causes with 100% pure herbal extracts that have no side effects.”

Product Details

Company Information

Herbal Essentials
424 11th St.
Santa Monica, CA 90402, USA

Ingrediants

Extracts of Nettle, Saw Palmetto, Green Tea, Horsetail, Rosemary, Sage, Ginger, Hops, Wild Cheery, Gingko Biloba, Alpha Hydroxy, Sea Kelp, Follistim, Capsicum Tincture, Peppermint Oil, Tween 20, Hydrolyzed Wheat protein, Extracts of Habenero, Lotus, Fenugreek, Myrhh, Water.

Ships to USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland & Others. See official site for details or availability in stores.
Scam / Fraud Reports: None Found
Return Policy: Contact merchant for details

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4 Comments

  1. I have been using Nutrifolica shampoo and topical for 14 months now and am getting close to cutting it put of my regimen as I think it is a waste of money for all it is doing (not much) … I have tried to envoke my 6 month guarantee as I don’t think Nutrifolica has done anything for me, but they have been ignoring my multiple e-mails. A tell-tale sign that it is a scam?

  2. I tried nutrifolica. Still spray it on today to finish the rest of the bottle. I will not buy more. I really dont think its doing anything

  3. The first time I tried it before bed, my scalp felt like it was almost burning, it was so warm. (saw this as a good sign for what it’s worth) … My problem with it is that it’s very difficult to administer to the scalp. Like trying to massage water into it. Gets on your hair but tough to rub into the scalp, unless you have very short hair or large areas of unpopulated scalp. Also I felt that the mechanical action of applying it was probably doing more harm than good.

    Gave it a try for several months with no benefit.

  4. Nutrifolica’s claims have no ounce of credibility to them because poor circulation, clogged hair follicles, and excessive sebaceous oils do not cause hair loss.

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