NuGene Anti Hair Loss Serum Reviews and Consumer Product Report
We all love Kathy Ireland, her beauty is well defined. While not known for her cinematic masterpieces, her line of skin care and hair care products offer some pretty serious solutions for consumers to consider. Its true, this Anti Hair Loss Serum is a bit on the costly side, but if it works, it is well worth the money. At the request of so many of our readers, we decided to take a closer look at this serum and give you guys the skinny.
NuGene Anti Hair Loss Serum Reviews
Our examination of the website left us feeling confident and impressed and to be honest a little bit surprised. The website seemed professional and while they use Kathy Irelands face and image as a presence, they do not overdo it like you often see with Celebrity Endorsements.
Much of the website is about skincare, however the section on Haircare Products was very professionally done as well. There were some controversial ingredients listed, including Human Stem Cells. Obviously, for many consumers this is an instant reason to stop for moral or religious beliefs. For others, this advanced scientific approach may be of interest. Ultimately, it comes down to results for many consumers and if they believe it will work, then they are willing to push aside any beliefs they may have.
Price and Buying
You can purchase NuGene on their website. The price is a bit on the high side at $124.99 per bottle. Each bottle looks to last somewhere roughly around 45 days. So to use this product for the first year would cost you over a thousand dollars!! While for many consumers that is way too much, others rarely bat an eyelash at the cost. To each their own.
The ingredients as listed on the NuGene website are as follows:
Human Adipose Derived Stem Cell Conditioned Media, Polysobate-20, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Glycerin, Citrus grandis Seed Extract, Serenoa repens Extract, Acetyl Hexapeptide-4 / Trifolium pratense, Phenoxyethanol / Sorbic acid / Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, Citric Acid, Camellia sinensis Leaf Extract, Sodium PCA, Niacinamide / DL-Panthenol / Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Allantoin, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17, Acetyl Tetrapeptide-3, Nanosome Copper Peptides.
The main ingredients here are the Human Stem Cell based ingredient and other peptides designed to stimulate follicle activity. Take some time to take a closer look at these ingredients and determine whether or not you are comfortable with them.
Information Reported Online
There are a large number of complaints and concerns about NuGene if you take the time to go looking for them. Obviously controversial ingredients only ads to the buzz. Some negative attention always generates some publicity and some companies are willing to take the risk. While its hard to avoid any complaints online nowadays, the level of anger of the consumers in these complaints needs to be noted and understood by any consumers interested in this product.
Overall, it would seem as though this product has a bit too many negative complaints to ignore them. Some are quite concerning in fact.
In a Nut Shell
This company seems to be making an honest attempt at making products designed to help people. The problem is that some people are feeling ripped off due to the prices of the products. In our opinion, that is not the fault of the company but of the consumer for agreeing to purchase the product at that price.
That being said, there are a large number of reviews and testimonials of consumers who were unable to get the results they expected from this product. Even if the consumers expectations were somewhat high, there are too many complaints to ignore.
The ingredients and product seem to be well balanced in our opinion and the ingredients themselves seem promising. If not for the large number of dissatisfied consumers, we would think this is a product you should consider.