My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2023) – Scam Or Legit?

My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2019) - Scam Or Legit?

It’s time to review Rejuvalex Hair Growth – a product designed to regrow hair.

However, there are some weird things about it:

  1. Discontinued from most retailers.
  2. Lots of negative reviews.
  3. Pretty weak formula (mostly vitamins).

In my opinion – Rejuvalex has all chances to be a scam. It’s also very expensive for what it contains (which is typical for scam products).

So what lies behind Rejuvalex? I analyzed every aspect about it – so here’s the ugly truth.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Rejuvalex Hair Formula.


So Let’s Get To The Review

Full Name: Advanced Hair Growth Formula by Rejuvalex

My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2019) - Scam Or Legit?Versions: Only 1 month supply (30 capsules)

Best Actual Price: Around $60 per bottle

Cheapest Place To Buy: None – at this point, it’s discontinued in every retailer.

The official website is also down (only displays a phone number).

Designed For: Anything that involves hair growth (according to the label):

However – that’s only what it claims. Because it’s totally different in reality (more on that below).

My Rating: 2 out of 10 – It’s most likely a scam.

Worth Buying?: Definitely not – you can get the same formula for $15 from your drugstore.

Besides, Rejuvalex has some major problems:

  • lots of negative reviews and complaints
  • discontinued from most sellers
  • many ripped-off customers

So instead of buying this product – I recommend a much better one for $35 LESS.



What I Liked About It

  • Only 1 pill per day
  • Some ingredients have good dosages (vitamins)
  • You can find many authentic reviews about it


What I Didn’t Like About It 

  • Very weak formula overall (mostly vitamins)
  • Extremely expensive at $56 per bottle
  • Lots of negative reviews and unsatisfied customers
  • Many people call it a rip off
  • Discontinued from most sellers at this point
  • The official website has no info



What Is Rejuvalex? A Quick Overview

Shortly – it’s a product that claims to regrow hair (even on bald scalps). 

My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2019) - Scam Or Legit?According to its label, here’s what it promises to do:

  1. Stimulates and provides nourishment to follicles.
  2. Fills in thin/bald patches.
  3. Prevents hair fall.
  4. Repairs existing damage (split ends).
  5. Promotes significant volume growth.
  6. Works for both men and women.

Well – these are lots of benefits for a supplement with such a simple formula.

Maybe that’s the reason why most of these promises won’t get real (more on this below).

However – at $56 per bottle, Rejuvalex should do what it claims. Because it’s a really pricey supplement, to be honest.

So now that you know that main things about it, it’s time to analyze it more closely.


#1 – Ingredients (6 out of 10)

That’s the first disappointing thing about Rejuvalex – in my opinion:

  • formula is pretty basic
  • most ingredients are vitamins

Now – vitamins are surely not bad for hair, but they can’t make miracles.

Out of the ingredients that regrow hair, herbal extracts are by far the best (strongest effects + few side effects).

Truth is – Rejuvalex does contain some herbs. 

But they’re only listed briefly (unlike the vitamins, which are in the main focus).

So Rejuvalex contains 2 types of ingredients:

  1. Vitamins 
  2. Herbs + Minerals (listed as “other ingredients”)

Now let’s take a quick look at each.

1. Vitamins 

Rejuvalex does indeed contain some essential vitamins:

  1. Vitamin A – helps repair hair. However, an excessive level can cause hair loss itself. [1]
  2. Vitamin C – it’s an antioxidant and protects hair from stressful factors.
  3. Niacin – increases hair density and fullness. [2]
  4. Vitamin E – it’s an antioxidant and might help hair growth. [3]
  5. Vitamin B6 – reduces hair loss (especially in women). [4]
  6. Biotin – it’s the best vitamin for hair, as it helps almost anything.
  7. Vitamin B5 – has a similar effective as B6 for hair loss.

So basically – Rejuvalex contains the most important vitamins for hair.

It’s only vitamin D missing, but that’s not a major downside.

2. Herbs + Minerals

These are somehow secondary ingredients in Rejuvalex.

They don’t have any doses mentioned (not even an overall dose) – so I’m pretty sure there’s a very low quantity of each:

I will not take each by turn, but here’s what you need to know:

  1. Horsetail Powder – this herb is the best for thinning hair
  2. Garcinia Cambogia – it’s effective for weight loss, but I couldn’t find any info about its hair benefits.
  3. Magnesium Stearate – it’s a food additive (I also couldn’t find any benefit for hair). 
  4. Green Coffee Bean Extract – it’s an antioxidant.

As you can see, most of these substances aren’t very useful for hair.

And those that are useful (Horsetail) don’t come as an extract, but as a powder (which is weaker).

So when it comes to herbs and minerals, Rejuvalex has a lot to improve.


Rejuvalex has some poor ingredients overall:

  • the vitamins have high doses
  • the herbs and minerals look pretty bad

So in my opinion, Rejuvalex is 95% a vitamin supplement. 

That’s why it doesn’t seem very powerful or effective (compared to other products).

So I would surely not pay $60 on it, when I can get the same formula for about $15 from any drugstore.


#2 – How To Take It (9 out of 10)

Up next, I will try to give you some details about what the pills look like and when you should take them.

1. Pills Facts

Rejuvalex’s pills look quite normal for a hair supplement:

  • about an average size
  • not very thick
  • you can swallow them easily

Now – I haven’t tried this supplement myself, so I can’t offer you any real picture. 

But I couldn’t find any complaints about the pills themselves. If they were hard to swallow – you could surely find that in every review.

2. The Schedule

Surprisingly, Rejuvalex has a small advantage here:

  • only requires 1 pill per day
  • you can take it whenever you want

Truth is – not many hair supplements need just 1 pill per day. That’s quite rare actually.

So that’s probably one of the few good points of this product.

But even so – I don’t think it compensates for the weak formula and the other real issues.


#3 – Results (4 out of 10)

First of all, I haven’t tried Rejuvalex myself. It simply wasn’t available anymore.

So I won’t be speaking from experience here (as I do with most products).

However – I checked out every customer review I could find about it. So I will count on that here.

Note: I only considered authentic reviews (not the ones based on general info).

1. What People Say

Believe it or not – there are more unsatisfied customers.

It’s true that there are some positive reviews as well, but there are more on the negative side:

  1. A few customers said it worked pretty well.
  2. Some were happy they had to take just 1 pill per day.
  3. Most people said they couldn’t see any effect (even after 3 months).
  4. Some said it was extremely overpriced.
  5. Others claimed it was a big scam.

However – one thing is clear.

More than 50% people reviewing Rejuvalex said they couldn’t notice any change in their hair. 

Some claimed to have used it for more than 3 months, without any effect.

2. Biggest Complaints

So it’s pretty clear – Rejuvalex’s weak effect was the #1 complaint.

However, there were 2 other ones (related to its effect):

  1. Extremely expensive for what it does.
  2. You’re put on auto-shipping without asking.

Basically – some people ended up receiving some more bottles without being asked.

Obviously, their credit cards were charging before the shipping – which is again illegal.

However, I only read 3-4 reviews on that – so it doesn’t happen to everyone.

But the lack of any improvement is real for more than 50% customers. So I think that says it all.


Judging after the reviews I read, Rejuvalex is a scam:

  • didn’t work for more than 50% customers
  • some people were put on auto-shipping without their consent
  • very few satisfied customers

I haven’t tried it myself, so I can’t speak from experience.

But such a high number of negative reviews is surely not a coincidence.



#4 – Price (2 out of 10)

Rejuvalex is one of the most overpriced hair supplements I know. 

So in terms of price – it deserves the lowest grade. 

1. The Exact Price

Rejuvalex costs about the same no matter where you buy it from:

  • My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2019) - Scam Or Legit?$56 per bottle
  • that’s 1 month supply

For a vitamin formula, that’s extremely expensive. 

You can get the exact same formula from your local drugstore for about $15. So Rejuvalex is surely not worth buying.

However – the price lowers a bit if you buy more bottles together:

  • 2 bottles cost around $90
  • 3 bottles are $110
  • 5 bottles are almost $130

But even in the best case, Rejuvalex costs almost $30 (plus shipping). That is way too much for a formula like this, if you ask me.

Later Edit: Rejuvalex is now discontinued on every selling website. So you can’t really get it anymore.

2. Worth It Or Not?

I personally wouldn’t pay $60 on this formula ever. 

Even if it cost $30 per bottle, I still think it wasn’t worth buying at all (I already mentioned the reasons). 

Moreover – I wouldn’t recommend getting 5 bottles of Rejuvalex from the start:

  • most customers were unsatsified
  • many negative reviews
  • risk of being put on auto-shipping automatically

So I would surely not recommend Rejuvalex when there are much better hair formulas for half of its price. 


#5 – Where To Find It (7 out of 10)

Even though I don’t recommend you to buy Rejuvalex, I will let you know where you can find it.

Basically – it’s available in 2 places:

  1. The official website
  2. Amazon

Now – prices are pretty similar overall.

The only difference is that Amazon offers free shipping (if you’re buying from In other cases, I can’t tell.

Besides – there are lower chances that you’re put on auto-shipping without your consent.

So if you really want to try this supplement (which I advise you not to) – Amazon is the best choice, in my opinion.

Note: Rejuvalex is now discontinued from Amazon. The official website is also down, so there’s no way you can order it.


#6 – FAQs

Coming up, I will try to answer the most common questions about Rejuvalex.

Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.

1. How many pills per day?

Only 1 – that’s the best part about Rejuvalex. 

You can take the pill whenever you want, before or after eating.

2. How long lasts 1 bottle?

A bottle is a monthly supply. There is only 1 version of this product – so there isn’t any larger size.

However, you can buy more bottles together (but I don’t recommend that).

3. Can I take it with other drugs?

I recommend you to ask your doctor first.

Rejuvalex isn’t a herbal supplement – instead, it’s mostly based on vitamins.

And even if they seem harmful, vitamins can interact with certain drugs. 

So if you’re on a long term treatment, I advise you to consult a doctor before ordering this supplement. 

4. Are there any side effects?

The label doesn’t mention anything about this.

Also, I couldn’t find too many reviews complaining on side effects (they were complaining on a weak effect instead).

However – Rejuvalex contains high doses of certain vitamins, so certain side effects might appear to some people.

5. How fast should I notice an effect?

Normally – these pills should need about 1-2 months (on paper).

However, many reviews I read said they didn’t notice an effect even after 3 months.

So I personally doubt Rejuvalex really works.



#7 – Rejuvalex VS Others

Don’t worry – I won’t compare Rejuvalex with every product on the market.

I will only compare it with my #1 recommended supplement for hair growth – Folexin. 

So here’s how Rejuvalex (R) is different from Folexin (F):

  1. R has about 15 ingredients, F has almost 30.
  2. F contains the ingredients from R + over 10 herbal extracts.
  3. F is the best hair supplement I personally tried.
  4. It has lots of positive reviews, while R has many complaints.
  5. They both work for men and women.
  6. F costs $25 per bottle, R almost $60. 

Now – I personally think you can draw the conclusions yourself.

Folexin costs less than 50% from Rejuvalex – and it has a formula 3 times better.

And in terms of effect, I could see a big change myself:

  • decreased my hair loss completely in almost 2 months
  • increased my volume
  • speeded up my hair growth almost 3 times

So at this point – Folexin is my top recommendation among hair growth/loss supplements. 

I mostly recommend it because of its really low price. There are other products with a similar formula, but all cost over $40.

And regarding Rejuvalex – I think it’s pretty clear that it’s a waste of (much) money.


#8 – Final Conclusions

Here’s how I would sum up my opinion about Rejuvalex in 3 ideas.

1. Basic Formula

As I said – Rejuvalex is 95% a vitamin supplement:

  • contains very little herbs/minerals
  • they have no dosages
  • so they’re probably in a minimal quantity

Now – vitamins are surely not bad for hair.

But unless you have a deficiency, they’re not going to make miracles. So when it comes to hair growth – herbal extracts have way better results.

2. Really Overpriced

You can get a formula similar to Rejuvalex from your drugstore – for about $15 (or even less).

But guess what is the price of Rejuvalex? $56 per monthly supply.

To be honest – that’s way too much for this basic formula.

So this product is surely one of the most overpriced I saw recently.

3. So Many Ripped-Off Customers

If you needed another reason to stay away from Rejuvalex – here it is:

  • more than 50% customers were unsatisfied
  • many complained it was a scam
  • most said they saw no improvement

So there weren’t 1, 2 or 3 negative reviews. There were more than half.

That’s why it’s pretty clear that Rejuvalex is a scam – most people say it. 

Besides, it was discontinued from every retailer recently. That’s another major proof that there’s something wrong.



My Verdict – Is Rejuvalex A Scam?

Short answer: In my opinion – yes. There are way too many complaints I found about it:

  1. My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2019) - Scam Or Legit?People say it has absolutely no effect.
  2. Other complain it costs way too much. 
  3. There were some enrolled in auto-shipping without their consent.
  4. The product was recently discontinued from every retailer.

Now – I haven’t tried Rejuvalex personally, so I can’t speak from experience.

But there are enough problems I can see even without trying it:

  • Formula is very basic.
  • Extremely overpriced for what it contains.
  • A lot of complaints/negative reviews.

So compared to these, Rejuvalex has absolutely no advantage. 

That’s why I personally would never buy it – nor recommend it.

It costs nothing less than $56 per bottle, which is a huge price for this kind of formula.

So I strongly advise you to save your money and stay away from this product.

If you really want an effective supplement, you can get the best formula I know for less than 50% of Rejuvalex’s price.

That’s surely what I would choose instead.


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10 thoughts on “My Review: Rejuvalex Hair Growth (2023) – Scam Or Legit?

  1. Hi Olly, Rejuvalex is a rip-off! I took it for 3 months and there was no change in my scalp. I have very little hair left and was hoping these pills could regrow it – but I will have to forget about that. These pills are useless, they didn’t even thicken the hairs from the back of my head. I’m really sorry having paid over $100 for it, but that’s it. I checked out some others reviews about it and I was actually lucky, some people were put on auto-shipping instantly and they lost way more money than I did. So I’m just taking this as a lesson to do my research better next time. 

    1. Hi Johnny, thanks for sharing how Rejuvalex Hair Growth worked for you. Just like I expected, the results were pretty disappointing. 

      But let me tell you one thing. Vitamins and minerals will never regrow new hairs on a bald scalp. Rejuvalex’s formula is only based on these nutrients – so for what you need, it’s kind of useless. 

      I would actually recommend you to try something based on herbal extracts. Horsetail, Saw Palmetto and Nettles are the best when it comes to regrowing new hairs. So make sure you choose a formula that contains all of them.

      My #1 favorite product is called Folexin – because it has a great formula (the best one, in my opinion). There are some other supplement with the exact same ingredients, but they’re a lot more expensive. 

      So I recommend Folexin because it’s the cheapest option.

      It has many reviews online regarding male baldness – so it can really regrow hairs (but it’s going to take a few months until you start seeing results). 

      So I personally think that Folexin could help you a lot more than Rejuvalex. But it’s up to you what you decide. Hope this helps.

  2. Bought Rejuvalex at the time it was available on Amazon, luckily for me. I was only charged the initial cost and received the order as I would with other purchases I made from Amazon. It did not work! As hard as I tried to see an improvement in my hair, there was none. Have no idea what these pills really contain, but it’s not something worth the money. Lucky me to have chosen Amazon instead of their website, I then heard lots of stories of it being sent to people every month without their agreement. At least Amazon is safe from this point of view. But overall it was a useless buy. 

    1. Hello Martina, thanks for your feedback on Rejuvalex Hair Growth. Even if it didn’t work, it’s great to hear that at least you weren’t scammed – you got your order and weren’t put on auto-shipping without your consent. I also read lots of reviews about that, so it’s clearly a reality.

      At this point Rejuvalex is discontinued from every seller – and its official website is gone, so you can’t really buy it, even if you wanted. Hopefully this keeps people away from it. Because judging after these signs, it probably disappeared because it’s a scam behind. 

  3. They never delivered the order! I bought it from their website and they said they would ship it in 5 business days, but I never actually got it. Checked address twice and there’s no misspelling. After calling them for days and being always told to wait, they didn’t answer the phone anymore. Can’t believe I paid for something I never received and it was still considered my fault…

    1. Hi Ryan, thanks for sharing your experience with Rejuvalex Hair Growth. I don’t know how long ago it happened, as their website isn’t available for purchases anymore. 

      But there are so many complaints similar to yours – so that’s probably why they closed it.

      I’m really sorry for the issues you had, but you will probably never get your money back. That’s why you need to be extra careful when buying from this kind of websites. But I’m sure you will do a deep research next time before you choose a hair supplement.

  4. I tried several hair pill brands for my early balding and I can tell that nothing works in 30days! Some do deliver faster results but I didn’t find any that would regrow new hairs on my scalp so fast… Maybe it works for thickening people’s hair (those who already have hair), but I kind of doubt that…

    Was going to give it a try but I changed my mind after hearing their fake promises. They can’t be real, trust me. To all potential Rejuvalex clients, just spend your money on something that doesn’t promise magical results. These things are usually scams. Just check out other people’s thoughts before buying! 

    1. Hi Ken, thanks for letting me know your opinion on Rejuvalex Hair Growth. What you said it totally true – no product grows new hairs in one month.

      There are some that increase the actual speed or stop the hair loss. But I didn’t find any that would regrow new hairs in someone so fast. That usually needs more than 2-3 months: if a product increases hair growth in 2 months, it will need about double to grow new hairs on bald scalps. So that’s what it actually takes.

      I wouldn’t recommend Rejuvalex to any single person. Besides its huge promises, it’s also extremely pricey. So you only end up losing money and getting no improvement.

  5. Hi Olly, I have taken Rejuvalex when my hair was going through a difficult time after having my first son. It was falling out heavily and this product helped with that. My hair is still not as thick as it used to be (it’s 3 years since then now) but it didn’t fall out that badly with this supplement. I started seeing results after more than 3 months so be patient if you want this to work. But I honestly don’t consider it a scam, I think many people are biased when rating it 1/5. They weren’t patient enough and the company didn’t want to refund them so they just rate it so low because they are upset. That’s not an honest review… just give the product a change, it can’t start working in 2 weeks. Give it 3 months, that’s a fair amount of time.

    1. Hi Branda, thanks for your feedback on Rejuvalex Hair Growth. It’s good to hear you saw an improvement after taking this supplement, as it has very few positive reviews like yours. So I’m happy to see it also works for some people. 

      Now – it’s true that most supplements start working for real after 3 months (some even slower – especially Minoxidil based products). But since Rejuvalex costs $60 per bottle with a formula that is worth $20 at most, I doubt everyone could afford buying it for 3 months. 

      So yes, you’re right saying that it needs patience. That’s available for any supplement you would take, as none is going to work overnight. But at this price, many people can’t afford the 3 months supply – so they want to see results fast or they quit it. 

      It’s great that you afforded the products. But considering your problem, I’m quite sure a $25 supplement would have also helped a lot. All you needed were some extra nutrients that would nourish and lubricate your hair follicles and boost their growth. If it’s only pregnancy that caused your hair loss, your hair must have been quite healthy before. So any kind of $25 supplement should have worked for you – as long as it contained some vitamins and minerals.

      So in my opinion, you are right in your recommendation. But you shouldn’t be so harsh on people’s reviews, as many simply can’t afford buying more than 1 bottle. Not to mention that many were charged without actually receiving the product. Rejuvalex wasn’t sold only on Amazon (which is an honest company). So if some people bought it from its official website, were scammed and never had the chance to see how the product works – how about that? Would you still say they are biased?

      Thanks for your opinion and recommendations but I think you should be more gentle with people leaving negative reviews. Maybe that’s their honest opinion, they don’t mean to be biased.

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