It’s time to review Vitalize Hair Regrowth System – a set of products designed to regrow hair naturally.
So does this product work?
I found quite a few problems about it – including:
- customer reviews
So could Vitalize be a scam? Are you making a mistake buying it?
I tried to dig deep into this product – so here’s the hidden truth I found out.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Vitalize.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Hair System from Vitalize
Versions: There are basically 2:
- 3 Part Hair System (3 products)
- Full Hair System (6 products)
In my opinion, the first one is a better choice (though I don’t personally recommend it).
Best Actual Price: $99 for the 3 products set, $199 for all 6
Cheapest Place To Buy: The official website (unavailable on Amazon)
Designed For: Anything that involves regrowing (new) hairs – it claims to:
- decrease and stop hair loss
- thicken existing hair
- stimulate follicles and grow new hairs
Basically – it claims to grow hair even on bald scalps (which is pretty difficult to achieve in reality).
My Rating: 6 out of 10
Worth Buying?: Not really – it’s way too expensive overall:
- very low quantity in most products
- no special ingredients
- you have to use about 3 products daily
Even though the products aren’t bad at all – I would never pay so much money on them.
Instead, I prefer a $25 supplement that does the job of several products alone.
What I Liked About It
- Most products have a nice smell and consistency
- Some are based on herbal ingredients
- Pretty easy to use
- Some people say they work really well
- Many authentic reviews online
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Ingredients aren’t mentioned in their full version
- No dosages for most products (just in the supplement)
- Oil treatment is very greasy and washes out pretty hard
- Very low quantity in most products (1.7 oz)
- Many complaints
- Extremely expensive overall (all products)
#1 – Ingredients (6 out of 10)
Vitalize’s formula has 1 major problem:
- 4 out of 5 products have no ingredient list.
- Their active ingredients are only mentioned separately.
- Only the supplement’s ingredient list is shown.
So basically – for most of these products, you can’t tell what’s inside.
Hiding the formula tells me that it’s pretty weak actually. Why else would you want to hide it?
Either way – let’s take a close look at the known ingredients for the 6 products.
1. Follicle Stem Cell Serum
According to the official website – the serum is based on 1 substance (Redensyl) but features 2 other active ingredients.
- Redensyl – a faster alternative to Minoxidil for alopecia. 
- Capixyl – a recent ingredient that seems to increase hair growth.
- Hair Spa – there’s no information about it anywhere.
Overall – this serum’s formula doesn’t look bad (due to Redensyl).
But I can’t possibly praise it since:
- the full ingredient list is hidden
- there are no dosages for any ingredients (not even Redensyl)
2. Hair & Scalp Oil
This product is based on “RootBio Tec” – an ingredient I couldn’t find anything about.
Just do a search in Google and you will understand.
Among the inactive ingredients – there are several oils and herbs:
- Argan Oil
- Jojoba Oil
- Lavender Oil
- Green Tea
However – since they’re inactive, their only benefit is a nice smell and an oily texture.
3. Vitamins (Supplement)
That’s the only product with a clear ingredient list. This includes:
- Biotin – the best vitamin for hair health/growth. 
- Zinc – a deficiency can cause severe shedding. 
- Several Vitamins (A, B6, B12, C, D, E)
- Proprietary Blend – made of herbs like Ginseng, Cinnamon, Peony, etc.
Overall – this formula doesn’t look bad at all.
However, except the vitamins and minerals – most of the ingredients are rather unknown.
So I doubt they have major hair benefits, since few people heard of them.
4. Shampoo & Conditioner
They have about the same ingredients mentioned:
- Caffeine – can improve hair loss and alopecia. 
- Biotin – decreases shedding and improves hair health, but mostly when taken by mouth.
- Niacin – can increase hair growth when applied topically. 
5. Edge Control
This product is meant to stimulate hair follicles.
But unfortunately – there is absolutely no ingredient mentioned.
The only info listed is that it’s free of parabens and sulfates and also 100% vegan.
But in my opinion – that’s not extremely useful.
Vitalize’s products aren’t anything special in terms of formulas:
- most ingredients are hidden
- no dosages for many products
- a lot of unknown ingredients
The only formula that seems potent is the Follicle Serum’s – as it’s based on Redensyl, a serious ingredient.
But when it comes to the others, I’m a bit disappointed.
#2 – Smell & Texture (8 out of 10)
Even though I haven’t tried these products myself – here are some details about their consistency.
According to most reviews – Vitalize’s product all have a normal scent:
- natural and herbal fragrance
- none smells too intense
- very lightweight scent
Basically – if you’re sensitive to strong perfumes, you shouldn’t worry too much here.
Unfortunately – things are not that perfect here.
And that’s mostly available when it comes to the hair oil:
- It’s very greasy overall.
- Leaves your hair really oily after every application.
- It’s also hard to wash out.
- You will have to rinse several times to take it out completely.
Regarding the other 4 products, I couldn’t find too many complaints.
So unless you can’t wash your hair daily, these products don’t have any major issues.
#3 – How To Use It (8 out of 10)
As I somehow expected – I couldn’t find too many instructions easily.
So after doing some research, here’s how you should use Vitalize’s products:
- Apply the serum on your scalp daily and massage.
- Use the oil treatment daily, on wet or dry hair.
- Regarding the supplement, take 2 pills per day.
- Use the shampoo and conditioner for every wash.
- Apply the edge control only on the hairline (it’s more concentrated).
Basically – out of 5 products, at least 3 should be used daily:
- oil treatment
So if you’re not a busy person, Vitalize shouldn’t be too hard to use.
Otherwise I doubt you afford wasting more than half an hour per day just to use these products. I personally couldn’t do that.
#4 – Results (6 out of 10)
As I said – I didn’t try Vitalize’s products myself. So I won’t be able to speak from experience.
However, I tried to check out several customer reviews.
In this way – you can see an unbiased perspective on how Vitalize actually works.
Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not general ones.
1. What People Say
The positive side is that I found enough real opinions on these products.
The negative side is that many of them were negative.
So here’s a quick look on what most people think about Vitalize:
- Some say they could see results after a while.
- Others say it works pretty well even for alopecia.
- On the other hand, others say they saw no results.
- A few others claim they used it for months without any changes.
- Many complain about different issues of the products.
Basically – there are 2 groups of customers:
- some say it worked really well
- others say it didn’t work at all
Unlike other products, Vitalize has very few average reviews. It’s either 5 stars or 1 star – which is a bit weird.
But in case you’re curious, let’s take a closer look at the negative side (as that’s what really matters).
2. Biggest Complaints
Most people complaint about 4 major issues:
- Price is way too high.
- Hair oil has a very little quantity.
- It doesn’t even last for 1 month.
- There is no effect even after many months.
Now – I tend to agree with the first 3 issues (I can’t tell about the last one, since I didn’t use it).
Vitalize’s systems seem extremely pricey – especially for the quantity they offer.
So even though I never used the oil, I’m sure it doesn’t last too much. 1.7 oz is an incredible low quantity (especially for $40).
Opinions are mixed on Vitalize – especially in terms of results:
- some praise its effect
- others say it doesn’t work at all
So it’s probably a matter of luck. You may seem big changes – or you might not see any difference.
But considering the high number of (real) complaints, I personally wouldn’t recommend Vitalize.
Instead of using 3 or 6 different products for over $100 per month – better use one single supplement that works better than everything I tried.
#5 – Price (3 out of 10)
Honestly – all Vitalize’s products are extremely expensive.
In my opinion, most of them are overpriced – as they’re surely not worth as much as they cost.
1. The Exact Price
You can buy Vitalize’s products in 2 forms:
- single products
- systems (3 or 6 products)
Regarding single products, here’s how much they cost on the official website:
- Follicle Serum: $49.99 for 1.7 oz
- Oil Treatment: $39.99 for 1.7 oz
- Vitamins: $29.99 for 30 days supply
- Shampoo + Conditioner: $65 for 8 oz each (You can only buy them together)
- Edge Control: $29.99 for 1.7 oz
Now let’s take a look at the 2 systems:
- 3 Part System (Serum + Oil + Vitamins): $99
- Full Hair System (All 6 products): $199
So the 3 Part System offers you a discount of $20 (compared to buying all 3 products alone).
On the other hand, the Full Hair one only offers a $16 discount:
- all 6 products cost $215 together
- you can get them for $199 with the Full Hair System
2. Worth It Or Not?
Definitely not – if you ask me.
First of all, I don’t recommend any of the 2 systems or the products:
- quantity is extremely low (1.7 oz in most)
- that’s surely not enough for 1 month
- prices are huge for this quantity
- also, they cost way too much for the ingredients inside
Now – if you’re 100% sure you want to try Vitalize either way, my advice is to get the 3 Part System:
- contains the most important 3 products
- you get them for $20 less
- best deal among Vitalize’s products
But as I said – I don’t actually recommend these products.
In my opinion – Vitalize is extremely overpriced. And I’m talking about all of its products:
- very low quantities
- contain mostly regular ingredients
- not worth so much money
Instead of spending $100 on the cheapest system, my advice is to try an internal product (supplement) that costs $25 and made real miracles for me.
So that’s what I personally recommend instead.
#6 – Where To Find It (5 out of 10)
At this point – you can only buy Vitalize from its official website.
It’s not available on other retailers like:
- Amazon (apparently discontinued)
- Ebay (very few sellers have it)
So if you decided to buy these products, Vitalize’s official website remains the best choice.
Also – if you want to buy a system (as I recommend), the official website is the only solution.
Even if other retailers offered the products, they wouldn’t offer them as systems with a discount (as far as I know).
#7 – FAQs
Up next, I will try to answer the top questions about Vitalize.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.
1. How often you should use it?
It mostly depends on the products and their directions. But here’s a sum up:
- serum and oil treatment: daily
- vitamins: 2 pills per day
- shampoo + conditioner: with every wash
2. How long lasts 1 bottle?
Out of the 6 products, it’s only the vitamins that are designed for 30 days.
The others aren’t meant for a certain period.
Plus – most of them are in a very low quantity (1.7 oz). So that’s surely not enough for 4 weeks.
3. Can I take it with other drugs?
You can use all 5 topical products with other drugs without any worries.
Since they’re meant for topical use, there’s no risk of interactions.
However – you should ask your doctor before taking the vitamins. That especially if you’re following a long term treatment.
4. Are there any side effects?
Fortunately – there are very few complaints on this:
- some people say their hair loss increases (in the first weeks)
- other say they experienced some itching
But as I said, these complaints were very rare.
So as far as I’m concerned – Vitalize’s products are pretty safe.
5. How fast should I notice an effect?
The official website doesn’t mention anything on this.
For this reason – my advice is to use Vitalize for at least 2 months.
Since most of its products are topical, they need a longer time to work (compared to supplements).
So make sure you afford buying the quantity for at least 2 months before you order (that’s about 3 systems, if you ask me).
#8 – Vitalize VS Others
I will only compare Vitalize with my #1 recommendation for hair loss & growth – a supplement called Folexin.
Even though Vitalize comes as 3 or 6 products and Folexin as 1, there’s plenty of room to compare:
- F contains almost 30 famous ingredients (with dosages mentioned).
- V contains about 3 active ingredients per product.
- However, most of them are unknown (in terms of research).
- F costs about $25 per bottle (30 days supply).
- It also offers a discount, so you can get it for $18 per bottle.
- V costs at least $100 per system (or $199 for the larger one).
- Most of its products are topical, so they’re not that strong.
So overall – instead of buying Vitalize, I personally prefer Folexin.
Even though it’s just 1 product, in my case it worked better than many products:
- works from the inside on the outside
- treats the actual cause of hair loss
- effective for both men and women
- cheapest supplement of this kind
So even though I had great results with many supplement, Folexin has by far the best price.
For this reason – instead of paying a small fortune on Vitalize, I think it’s a much better choice.
#9 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Vitalize (in 3 ideas):
1. Too Many Products
If you ask me – Vitalize requires you to use too many products daily.
According to its directions:
- 3 products should be used daily (serum + oil + pills)
- 2 need to be used with every wash (so every 2-3 days)
In my opinion – that’s pretty uncomfortable and take a long time.
Plus, most of these products need to be used on wet hair.
So you will end up washing your hair daily (which can take a lot of time).
2. Very Low Quantities
That’s available for 3 products:
- edge control
All of them contain 1.7 oz per bottle – which is extremely little.
Considering you have to apply 2 of them daily, a bottle will probably run out in 2 weeks (at most).
3. Huge Price
To be honest – all Vitalize’s products are really overpriced:
- cost over $30-$40 per bottle
- don’t contain some amazing ingredients
Not even buying a system will save you a lot of money – as the cheapest one is $100.
So in my opinion, it’s not worth spending your hard-worked money on Vitalize. There are so many cheap options on the market.
My Verdict – Is Vitalize Worth Buying?
Short answer: Definitely not.
Even though its products are far from bad – they’re extremely overpriced:
- the cheapest ones cost $30-$40 per bottle
- quantities are very low in most
- they don’t even last for 1 month
Besides – Vitalize requires you to use at least 3 products daily. That’s not just expensive, but also takes a very long time.
If you’re not a stay-at-home person, that would be pretty hard.
And there’s one more thing:
- Most of Vitalize’s products are topical.
- This kind of products don’t work too well (on the long term).
- Basically, they only improve the problem on the outside.
- They don’t treat the actual cause inside.
Now – it’s true that Vitalize offers 1 internal product (vitamins), which is great.
But its formula isn’t very strong – so its results will probably not be amazing if used alone.
That’s why I don’t really recommend Vitalize – either the supplement or the other products.
For these money, you can get about 3 monthly supplies of a strong supplement that might work better. So that’s what I would choose instead.