It’s time to review Rejuvalex Hair Growth – a product designed to regrow hair.
However, there are some weird things about it:
- Discontinued from most retailers.
- Lots of negative reviews.
- 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
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):
- regrowing balding patches
- split hair ends
- extra volume
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
#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:
- Herbs + Minerals (listed as “other ingredients”)
Now let’s take a quick look at each.
Rejuvalex does indeed contain some essential vitamins:
- Vitamin A – helps repair hair. However, an excessive level can cause hair loss itself. 
- Vitamin C – it’s an antioxidant and protects hair from stressful factors.
- Niacin – increases hair density and fullness. 
- Vitamin E – it’s an antioxidant and might help hair growth. 
- Vitamin B6 – reduces hair loss (especially in women). 
- Biotin – it’s the best vitamin for hair, as it helps almost anything.
- 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:
- Horsetail Powder – this herb is the best for thinning hair.
- Garcinia Cambogia – it’s effective for weight loss, but I couldn’t find any info about its hair benefits.
- Magnesium Stearate – it’s a food additive (I also couldn’t find any benefit for hair).
- 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:
- A few customers said it worked pretty well.
- Some were happy they had to take just 1 pill per day.
- Most people said they couldn’t see any effect (even after 3 months).
- Some said it was extremely overpriced.
- 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):
- Extremely expensive for what it does.
- 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:
- $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:
- The official website
Now – prices are pretty similar overall.
The only difference is that Amazon offers free shipping (if you’re buying from Amazon.com). 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):
- R has about 15 ingredients, F has almost 30.
- F contains the ingredients from R + over 10 herbal extracts.
- F is the best hair supplement I personally tried.
- It has lots of positive reviews, while R has many complaints.
- They both work for men and women.
- 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:
- People say it has absolutely no effect.
- Other complain it costs way too much.
- There were some enrolled in auto-shipping without their consent.
- 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.