My Review: Rescue Hair 911 (2020) – Scam Or Legit?

 

It’s time to review Rescue Hair 911 – a hair supplement that looks really promising:

  • excellent formula
  • high doses in most ingredients

However – it also looks questionable from several points of view.

That’s what made me believe that it might be a scam.

So what’s the truth behind this product? Here’s my detailed analysis.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Rescue Hair 911.

So Let’s Get To The Review

Full Name: Rescue Hair 911 from PhytAge Labs

Versions: Only one (30 days supply)

Best Actual Price: About $70/bottle (very expensive)

Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website (not available anywhere else)

Designed For: Hair loss – both in men and women. 

According to its claims:

  • decreases shedding caused by DHT excess in men
  • regrows new hairs (very unlikely)
  • reduces general hair loss in women

Still – I cannot guarantee these are 100% true (since very few products work for both male and female hair loss).

My Rating: 6 out of 10

Worth Buying?: Not really even though it has an excellent formula.

But overall, it looks like a pretty bad choice:

  • extremely expensive
  • absolutely no user review anywhere
  • very hard to find 

I personally prefer a much cheaper alternative with a very similar composition.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Formula is mostly based on potent herbs
  • High quality ingredients overall
  • Most of them have really good doses
  • Pills are quite easy to swallow

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • No authentic user review on the Internet
  • Not available in local shops/online retailers
  • Only sold on its official website (which is hard to find)
  • Its purchase page (from the official website) is also hard to find
  • Extremely expensive overall

 

 


What Is Rescue Hair 911? A Quick Overview


In a few words – it’s a supplement designed for all sorts of hair loss and thinning, including:

  • male pattern (caused by DHT excess)
  • female pattern
  • general hair loss

Now – there is no supplement on the market that can help all of them.

There are some that claim they can – but the reality is totally different.

That’s why Rescue Hair 911’s claims see very hard to believe to me.

Other than that, the supplement looks great at first:

  • great formula
  • high doses in most ingredients
  • classic hair pills

However – problems come up when it comes to reviews and purchases:

  1. No authentic review anywhere on the Internet.
  2. There are only a few opinions on its official page (but they look spammy).
  3. Its official website itself looks spammy.

Basically – its official website is actually one page with a video.

That video is trying to convince people into buying the product using an emotional story.

In many cases – that’s what scam products do.

Anyway – it’s very hard to get from that video page to the purchase page.

So you basically have to watch the whole video (which isn’t very short) and then you will be redirected to the purchase page.

Once again – this is a strategy many scams use.

That’s why I don’t really trust Rescue Hair 911.

Despite its great composition – its other points don’t look right.

 


#1 – Ingredients (9.50 out of 10)


Honestly, Rescue Hair 911’s formula is one of the best from the market:

  • based on potent and varied herbs
  • some ingredients have studies behind
  • very good doses in most compounds

So speaking exclusively in terms of composition – it’s an excellent supplement.

Now, I would divide its ingredients in 3 groups:

  1. Proprietary Blend
  2. Herbal Extracts 
  3. Vitamins & Minerals

So let’s take a closer look at each category.

1. Proprietary Blend

This is basically a mix of several ingredients – which are meant to have a stronger effect together:

Out of these compounds, I would only mention the most important ones:

  1. Juniper Berry Powder – reduces shedding.
  2. Uva Ursi Leaf Powder – strengthens hair and reduces the fall out.
  3. Burdock Root Powder – promotes natural hair growth.
  4. Cayenne Pepper Root Powder – stimulates faster growth.

Overall – this blend looks very promising (in terms of effect).

2. Herbal Extracts

These are the main ingredients this supplement is based on, in my opinion.

That’s because they have the strongest anti-hair loss proprieties:

Now, out of these 13 compounds, here are the strongest ones:

  1. Saw Palmetto Berries – it’s the best herb against DHT excess. [1]
  2. Plant Sterol Complex – strengthen and promote growth.
  3. Green Tea Leaf – blocks DHT and reduces shedding.
  4. Stinging Nettle Leaf Powder – reduces DHT levels and treats oily hair. [2]
  5. Reishi Mushroom – inhibits excess DHT.

Obviously – the other 8 ingredients also have major benefits.

But in terms of clinical evidence, these are the top 5 compounds.

3. Vitamins & Minerals

This group doesn’t have such a strong effect as the previous 2.

Instead – it’s mostly designed for general hair health:

  1. Vitamin E – it’s a strong anti-oxidant. [3]
  2. Zinc – prevents severe hair loss caused by an eventual deficiency.
  3. Cooper – it’s also involved in some cases of hair loss.

Most hair supplements contain vitamins and minerals, which is totally fine.

But these compounds rarely have a major effect against hair loss.

So the point is that a quality supplement shouldn’t be mostly based on them.

Rescue Hair 911 isn’t – which is perfectly fine.


Conclusion

Overall – this supplement has an excellent formula.

So from this point of view, I would recommend it anytime.

You don’t see a product with this kind of composition everyday.

So if you ask me – these ingredients should work really well, considering their potency and evidence behind.

 


 


#2 – How To Take It (9 out of 10)


Here’s what you should know about this supplement’s pills and dosage.

1. The Pills

Rescue Hair 911 has the typical hair pills:

  • designed as gelatin capsules
  • average dimensions
  • quite easy to swallow

In other words – they look like regular pills, which is totally fine.

2. The Dosage

This supplement follows the same pattern here – it has the usual dosage (for a hair supplement):

  • serving size is 2 pills/day
  • it’s up to you when you take them

It’s true that it doesn’t offer very clear directions.

So you’re not told when it’s the best time to take the pills, whether you should take them together or not, etc.

But overall – its dosage and schedule are quite easy to follow.

 


#3 – Results (2 out of 10)


Unfortunately, I never had the chance to test out this supplement myself.

For this reason – I wanted to check its results by looking at other people’s opinions on it.

Note: I only include authentic opinions, not promotional ones.

As you might expect – I had a very hard time finding ANY authentic opinion on Rescue Hair 911:

  • not sold on any 3rd party retailer
  • none of the reviews online were made by previous users
  • most reviews I found were promotional

Basically – the only “opinions” I could find were on Rescue Hair 911’s official page.

However, they were most likely biased:

  • no comments/reviews section
  • no way to leave your own review
  • all of them were very similar

So I personally would not trust these reviews – but you can decide for yourself.


Conclusion

Rescue Hair 911 doesn’t have any authentic user review online.

For this reason – I personally would not trust the reviews from its official page:

  • they all seem very biased
  • you can’t leave your own review (even as a verified customer)

This is why I could not recommend a product like Rescue Hair 911.

Considering that I know a supplement with a similar strong formulation for a way lower price, there’s no way I would pick Rescue Hair 911.

 

 


#4 – Price (2 out of 10)


Despite having a great formula, Rescue Hair 911 is extremely expensive.

In fact – it’s one of the priciest hair supplements I know.

That’s why I couldn’t really recommend it.

1. The Exact Price

First of all – this supplement’s price isn’t very easy to find:

  • its official page mostly consists from a video
  • you have to click on the link at the bottom to get to the purchase page
  • then you have to find the “order now” part and click there
  • it’s only there where you can see the actual price

Now – once you get to the purchase page, the numbers are huge:

  1. Its standard price is $69.95 for a monthly supply.
  2. Price gets slightly better if you buy several bottles at once.
  3. In this way, you can get it for about $50/bottle.
  4. Shipping is free.

Honestly – whether it’s $70 or $50/bottle, it’s pretty much the same.

This price is way too high to afford on a monthly basis.

The supplement has an awesome formula, that’s completely true.

But even so – it’s way too expensive in the long run.

2. Competitors’ Price

I will only compare Rescue Hair 911 with my #1 recommended hair supplement.

I’m talking about a product called Folexin:

  1. Both supplements have an excellent formula with similar compounds.
  2. However, Folexin costs $25/bottle normally.
  3. You can also get it cheaper if you buy larger quantities (about $18/bottle).
  4. On the other hand, Rescue Hair 911 is way more expensive.
  5. Its standard price is $70 and you can get it for $50 in the best case.

Basically – these 2 products have pretty much the same composition and doses.

However, the difference between their prices is at least $32.

So you can guess which of them I would recommend.

Why pay a high amount of money per month if you can get a similar product for much less?


Conclusion

Rescue Hair 911 is an extremely expensive supplement.

Even though it has an awesome formula – it simply costs too much for an average person.

So considering these facts, there’s no way I could recommend it.

If you want to get the same quality formula, better go for my cheaper alternative.

 

 


#5 – Where To Find It (3 out of 10)


As I already said – Rescue Hair 911 can only be found on its official website.

So you can’t really buy it from a local shop or a 3rd party retailer.

But there’s more:

  1. Its official website isn’t very easy to find.
  2. Most reviews are leading to fake/closed websites. 
  3. The official page doesn’t show up in Google results.

In other words – getting to its official page can be quite hard and tricky.

And even if you get there, there’s a long video that can’t be skipped.

The only way to get to the purchase page is by clicking on a bottom link.

So buying this supplement is pretty hard, simply because it’s hard to get to it.

 

 


#6 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Rescue Hair 911 (in 3 ideas).

1. Excellent Composition

In terms of ingredients, this product looks almost perfect:

  • based on the strongest herbs for hair
  • its doses are really high
  • most of its compounds are clinically tested

So from this point of view, you can’t ask for more.

Still – it’s not the only supplement with this kind of composition.

2. No Real Opinion

Considering its great formula, it’s surprising to see this supplement has no real user reviews:

  • no opinions on 3rd party retailers
  • a few reviews on different websites (but more are biased)
  • no real user opinions on its official page

So if user reviews are important for you (for me they are), you should keep this in mind.

3. Huge Price

Despite its excellent quality, this supplement is very pricey:

  • one bottle costs $70 normally
  • its lowest price is around $50 (per monthly supply)

Now – if this supplement was the only one with a quality formula, maybe it was more worth it.

But there are some others – which have a much lower price.

So it’s obvious what I would recommend then.

 


My Verdict – Worth Buying Or Not?


Short answer: Not worth it, for sure.

That even though it has an excellent composition (one of the best from the market, if you ask me).

But as I said before – it simply has way too many issues:

  1. No real user reviews anywhere.
  2. Official website is very unprofessional (and hard to find).
  3. It’s quite hard to get to the purchase page.
  4. Supplement is extremely expensive and hard to afford.

I completely agree that its ingredients are awesome. 

And in terms of results – they should really work, if you ask me.

However, there’s another supplement with an almost identical formula (for a much lower price).

That’s exactly what I recommend instead – the product is called Folexin:

  • great formula based on herbs
  • high-quality ingredients with high doses
  • lowest price on the market for this quality 
  • best product in terms of results (in my case)

So if you want to get the best formula from the market for the lowest price – that’s the product you should go for.

As for Rescue Hair 911, I don’t consider it a scam in terms of composition.

But in terms of price and company behind, it might be – I can’t tell for sure.

References:

1 – https://www.researchgate.net/-publication/331548614

2 – https://www.researchgate.net/-publication/279549625

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pmc/articles/PMC3819075/

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