Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo

Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Review
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It’s a ‘unisex’ shampoo – can be used by both men and women – good savings for couples who are trying to manage hair loss.

If you are looking for a SLS (sodium laureth sulphate)-free shampoo, the Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo will not fit the bill because it does contain SLS.

However, what’s good is that it contains caffeine, ketoconazole and saw palmetto – ingredients that help to reduce hair loss.

For me, the expected result wasn’t immediate but I noted reduction in the amount of hair loss after the fourth time that I use it.

Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo

Ultrax Labs Hair Surge ReviewI ordered the Ultrax Labs Hair Surge  products online and got the shampoo, conditioner as well as the Hair Plush Thickening treatment.


Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Review

Hubby started using the shampoo on the day that we received it (minus the conditioner as he felt having thin hair, he doesn’t need it).

As for me, I was using Lipogaine at the time and wanted to see its (Lipogaine) effect after two weeks of use before I try a different shampoo.


Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo

What’s In it – Key Ingredients

Formulated by Ultrax Laboratories, this shampoo, in a way, saves us money as it’s created for both men and women with thinning hair.

The main ingredients in the Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo that are said to contribute to its effectiveness for hair loss are :

  • Caffeine
    The shampoo contains caffeine compounds, which studies have shown to extend and stimulate the life cycle of hair follicles and help to grow healthy hair. Although I don’t see such results, as claimed by Ultrax Labs immediately after the first use, I do experience less hair fall and feel my hair became more resilient (no hair fall when combing through my hair)
  • Ketoconazole
    This ingredient that combats fungus and inflammation, when incorporated in shampoos, can help with eliminating dandruff. It is also known to be effective on people with thinning hair.
  • Saw Palmetto
    Derived from plant that, saw palmetto when used in shampoos, helps to block an enzyme, 5-alpha-reductase, which contributes to the conversion of hormone testosterone into dihydro-testosterone (DHT), the hormones which our hair follicles are sensitive to which can then lead to hair loss.


How to Use for Optimum Results

I wash my hair every other day. However, the instructions on the bottle states that it is recommended you use it five times a week … for best results.

You are to leave the shampoo on your scalp for two minutes before you start rinsing.

Nope, I didn’t follow the instructions on the bottle and although we also bought the Ultrax Labs Hair Solace Conditioner , I didn’t use the conditioner. Wasteful I know, but I’d tell you why I don’t try the conditioner – below.


Does Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Work

Ultrax Labs Hair Surge ShampooI don’t want to get your hopes up too high. Honestly, I don’t feel my hair grown thicker right after the first or even second wash.

Having said that however, I’m generally happy with Ultrax Labs Hair Surge Shampoo as it visibly reduces the amount of hair fall for me – although the results I get wasn’t immediate.

This is the reason why I gave it four stars because the shampoo does reduce the amount of hair I lose after washing, even while combing …although this happens only after the fourth wash.


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The smell of this shampoo is mild, really and not one to put you off.

Don’t worry because you won’t smell like a cup of coffee once you step out of the shower.

As I said earlier, I didn’t use the conditioner at all, because I feel I didn’t need to. The shampoo somehow makes my hair soft and really easy to comb through.

I don’t comb my hair while it’s wet. Not all shampoos give me this kind of result though – soft hair that’s easy to comb through without me using their conditioner.

For instance, using Lipogaine shampoo makes my hair kind of stiff – a challenge to comb through with my hair wet or dry.

You guessed it if I had tried Ultrax Labs Hair Loss Shampoo before Lipogaine shampoo, I might not have given Lipogained a try.


Other users have commented on the high price of this shampoo as compared to other popular anti-hair loss shampoo like Pura

And this doesn’t help especially that the shampoo doesn’t lather/foam well, meaning you would be drawn to use more of it to clean your whole scalp.

I pumped out the shampoo about five times (each squeeze about 1.5 cm in diameter) to cover my whole scalp. I have shoulder length hair so those with longer hair might need to use more of this shampoo.

And if you really use it five times a week as recommended by Ultrax Labs, I can’t deny it’s going to add up quite a bit!

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