It’s time to review JuveTress Revitalizing Hair Therapy – because it looks quite different from most hair products:
- unusual ingredients
- different mechanism
So is this product any good?
At $79 per bottle – it might be just another hair scam.
Well, I tested it out myself, so here’s the hidden truth behind.
Note: This review is based on my experience + research on JuveTress.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Revitalizing Hair Therapy from JuveTress
Versions: Only one (3.3 oz bottle).
There was an 8 oz size in the past, but it’s not available for sale anymore.
Best Actual Price: $79 per bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Probably the official website (unavailable on Amazon).
Designed For: Mostly thinning hair – it helps with:
- adding density and fullness
- extra volume
- improving hair thickness
Keep in mind that it’s not a hair loss product – nor it has anything to do with hair growth.
My Rating: 7 out of 10
Worth Buying?: Not really – it’s way too expensive for what it does:
- only works for thinning hair (no hair loss or growth)
- enough negative reviews (about 50%)
- not effective for everyone
It’s surely a legit product, but I personally don’t think it’s worth the price.
If you’re looking for an affordable product for shedding or hair growth – I prefer a $25 supplement instead.
What I Liked About It
- Unique formula
- Contains ingredients that are pretty rare (in hair products)
- Smell is very light and pleasant
- Adds real volume to hair in less than a month (my case)
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Most of the ingredients are inactive (around 47 out of 50)
- Thick consistency and hard to apply
- You have to apply it twice daily
- Very expensive overall
- Little quantity per bottle (3.3 oz)
- Many unsatisfied customers and complaints
- Only available on the official website
#1 – Ingredients (8 out of 10)
As with every topical product – JuveTress’s formula isn’t very clear:
- All ingredients are mentioned together.
- No dosages.
- There are around 50 different substances.
- However, most are inactive ingredients.
Basically – out of its 50 ingredients, most are fragrances and consistency agents.
This means its formula isn’t as good as it seems (at first sight).
Now – I divides JuveTress’s ingredients in 2 groups. So let’s take a closer look at each:
1. Active Ingredients
According to its official website – JuveTress in based on 3 substances.
These are the only responsible for its effect:
- Redensyl – a blend that promotes hair thickness and density. 
- Chinese Skullcap – prevents and fights hair loss (especially due to aging). 
- MICROSIL Volume – a recent ingredient that adds volume and shine.
Basically – JuveTress’s main ingredients are totally different from other topical products.
And in my opinion, that’s a positive thing.
Because in terms of hair thinning – these 3 ingredients look very promising.
2. Inactive Ingredients
Here the list is pretty long (over 40 substances).
However – none of these substances has an actual effect on hair. They’re mostly:
- consistency agents
So JuveTress’s effect has nothing to do with these ingredients (no matter how good they sound).
JuveTress’s formula is pretty unusual (in the good way):
- uncommon active ingredients
- 2 trademark substances
Even though it’s not as great as it seems (just 3 ingredients are active out of 50) – I personally consider it more than decent.
It’s surely not a formula that grows hair or stops shedding.
But when it comes to thinning hair – it surely helps (at least a bit).
So a product with this kind of formula must be effective – if you ask me.
#2 – Smell & Texture (7 out of 10)
I have a mixed opinion about JuveTress at this chapter (both like and dislike it).
Here’s what you should know about its consistency.
To my big surprise – this product’s scent was more than pleasant:
- pretty light but still easy to notice
- smells like a mix of herbs
- not very intense or bothering
Also, I noticed the smell remains in your hair until the next wash. But don’t worry – it’s too light to be noticed from distance.
So if you’re trying to avoid intense-smelling products, JuveTress should be fine for you.
That’s the actual problem of this product:
- really thick consistency
- doesn’t soak in instantly
- a bit hard to apply evenly
- takes a long time until you rub it all over your scalp
- leaves hair a bit greasy
So it’s not the kind of product you can apply in 2 minutes.
Since you have to use it twice daily, it’s even harder.
#3 – How To Use It (8 out of 10)
Just like every quality product – JuveTress offers clear instructions:
- You need to apply the product twice a day (for best results).
- Use a quarter-size amount every time.
- Massage with your fingers.
- Make sure you spread the product all over your scalp.
- There’s no need to rinse.
Now – there are a few things I want to clarify:
- A quarter-size amount is about 2.5 cm
- That’s what most of us use with a shampoo
- Use this quantity every time you apply the product
Basically – the directions are really clear.
The only thing I don’t like is that you need to apply it more than once a day.
That can be pretty uncomfortable – since there’s a risk that you forget about it (or you have a busy schedule).
Plus, JuveTress’s consistency isn’t the best one – so you’re going to need a while until you spread it all over your scalp.
#4 – My Results (8 out of 10)
I have actually used a bottle of JuveTress some time ago.
So I will be able to speak from experience – more or less.
1. My Background
First of all – my results won’t be very relevant:
- I was mostly dealing with hair loss
- My hair was thinning only in the ends
- The roots were in perfect health
- I had no bald spots
Besides – JuveTress claims to be effective for thinning and shedding caused by aging, which wasn’t really my case.
That’s why I don’t consider my experience with it very relevant.
2. My Results
Overall – I could see a difference while using this product:
- My hair felt a lot thicker after less than 1 month.
- That’s because it had a lot more volume.
- I also noticed less hairs falling out than before.
- However, my ends were still very thin and fragile.
Basically – what JuveTress did was to make my hair look fuller.
It actually wasn’t, but it had way more volume than before.
But based on my experience with it – I see it as a great product for scalp thinning.
On the other hand – if you have thin ends (as I did), I’m not sure it will help so much.
It might, but you need to use it for several months (most likely).
In terms of results, JuveTress does work – but mostly for:
- extra volume
- minor hair loss
- thinning scalp hair
- aging hair
I actually think it’s an excellent product for these issues – since I saw a change in less than 1 month.
However, I wouldn’t recommend it for thin ends, hair loss or growing out your hair.
In this case – a supplement would do a much better job (I speak from experience).
#5 – Other Opinions (6 out of 10)
Since my results weren’t very relevant, I decided to look into other people’s opinions on JuveTress.
In this way – you can see an unbiased perspective.
Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not general ones.
1. What People Say
First of all – I couldn’t find too many reviews on this product.
On Amazon, there was only 1 review (from a person who just began using it).
Most of the real reviews I found were on HighYa and Reviewopedia.
So here’s what people say:
- Some claim it’s really effective against thinning hair.
- Others say it adds a lot of volume.
- A few even claim their hair loss got better.
- On the other hand, some say they saw no result in 3 months.
- Others complain about the side effects.
- Some people even call it a scam.
So overall – opinions are about 50% positive and 50% negative.
Honestly, that’s not a great sign – since top hair products have over 70% positive reviews (Nutrafol is a great example).
2. Biggest Complaints
As I said – there are enough unsatisfied customers on JuveTress.
Most complaints are related to:
- No effect or improvement
- Side effects on the scalp (itching, dandruff, high blood pressure)
- Huge price
- No hair growth
Now – except for the last complaint, I tend to agree.
JuveTress doesn’t promise to regrow or grow hair faster – so it’s not designed for that. No surprise it doesn’t work.
On the other hand, it surely doesn’t work for everyone.
Actually – it doesn’t work for a high per cent of people, according to all the reviews online.
As for the price, I can’t argue that it’s really expensive.
JuveTress has enough positive reviews – but it also has lots of negative ones.
So based on that, it’s not a product I would recommend.
Besides being super pricey – it doesn’t work for a high number of people. So I just don’t think it’s worth the shot, that’s all.
#6 – Price (5 out of 10)
Honestly, JuveTress is extremely expensive for a topical product.
But let me give you more details on why I believe this.
1. The Exact Price
At this point – you can only find JuveTress on its official website:
- 1 bottle costs $79
- 3 bottles cost $213
- 6 bottles cost $402
Basically – you can order either 1, 3 or 6 months supply at once.
Obviously, the price is better if you buy more bottles at once.
However – $79 per bottle is an absolutely huge price. I personally couldn’t afford paying so much constantly.
And all this for a product that work in about 50% of customers.
For me, it’s pretty clear that JuveTress is not a wise choice.
2. Competitors’ Price
I only want to compare JuveTress with my top recommended hair product.
I’m talking about a supplement called Folexin.
- J costs $79 per bottle in the least case.
- F normally costs $25 per bottle at most.
- J is a topical product meant for thinning hair.
- F is a supplement that helps hair loss, growth and thinning.
- J is based on 3 active ingredients.
- In F, there are about 30 active ingredients.
So when it comes to thinning scalp hair and extra volume, JuveTress is helpful for some people.
But not for everyone – and it costs a small fortune.
On the other hand, Folexin works for both hair loss and thinning – and it has a decent price, in my opinion.
Plus, it treats the real cause of the problem (since it works on the inside).
That’s why I see it as a better alternative – at least for myself.
#7 – Where To Find It (5 out of 10)
Unfortunately – you can mostly buy JuveTress just from its official website:
- It used to be available on Amazon some times ago.
- However, it’s discontinued at this point.
- You can also find it on Ebay, but not too easily.
- There are just a few sellers offering it.
- Plus, it usually has an even higher price there.
So basically – the only real option remains its official website.
The good thing is that the website is totally safe – just like the brand:
- not that kind of company to sign you up for auto-shipping randomly
- also, they won’t charge your credit card without asking
- nor the will send you another month supply without your consent
In other words – it’s not that kind of questionable company, it’s an honest one.
So if you’re worried about giving out your credit card data – don’t worry. They won’t use it to charge you extra money, I can tell for sure.
#8 – FAQs
Coming up – I will try to answer the top questions about JuveTress.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.
1. How often you should use it?
According to the label – you need to apply it twice a day and spread it all over your scalp.
2. How long lasts one bottle?
Normally, it should last around one month.
But it depends on the quantity you’re using – and whether you apply it twice a day or not.
3. Can I take it with other drugs?
It’s best to ask for your doctor’s advice – especially since JuveTress contains some pretty uncommon ingredients.
But since it’s a topical product, there shouldn’t be any interaction with other drugs you’re taking.
4. Are there any side effects?
Apparently there are enough.
According to several reviews – some people developed:
- itchy scalp and rashes
- scalp infections
5. How often should I see a change?
The label recommend using it for 180 days – but results can appear much faster.
I saw some changes in less than one month (in terms of volume).
So it’s a pretty fast product, if you ask me.
So a product with this kind of formula must be effective – if you ask me.
#9 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on JuveTress (in 3 ideas).
1. Different Formula
This product doesn’t contain the same ingredients as most:
- based on 3 substances
- 2 of them are trademark ingredients
- none of the is often used in hair products
I personally see this as an advantage that makes it unique.
2. Not Effective For Everyone
According to review – JuveTress works for about 50% of users:
- many negative reviews
- a lot of unsatisfied customers
It’s true that it’s also effective for many.
But compared to other products – it has way more negative reviews (as a percent).
3. Really Expensive
To be honest, this product is extremely overpriced:
- one bottle costs $79
- you can only buy it from its official website
- there’s not cheaper option
It’s true that it has a pretty unique formula. But in my opinion, that doesn’t compensate for the absolutely huge price.
My Verdict – Is JuveTress A Scam?
Short answer: Definitely not – it’s a legit product.
However, it’s not a product I would recommend – I personally think it’s not worth it:
- Extremely expensive ($79 for 3.3 oz).
- Lots of complaints and negative reviews.
- Mostly effective for thin hair.
- Doesn’t regrow or increase hair growth speed.
Overall – it’s not a bad product, since it contains a pretty unique formula.
But I just don’t think it’s worth so much money (at least I couldn’t afford buying it).
So what do I use instead? A hair supplement that works not just for hair thinning – but also for:
- massive shedding
- faster hair growth
- increasing thickness
Considering it’s a lot cheaper – that’s the alternative I prefer to use.
So if you think JuveTress is a good choice for you, you should give it a shot.
But if not, I think a supplement would be a much better (and cheaper) choice.