Hair loss is something an estimated 85 percent of men and 40 percent of women will have to deal with in their lifetime. Unfortunately, unti recently, there was really no scientific understanding of what causes hair loss. That’s why most hair loss treatments don’t actually work. And even the treatments that do work, like the drug minoxidil, were discovered accidentally. However, things are starting to change. Over the last decade researchers have made great strides, and are finally starting to understand what is going on at a cellular level. Now the first hair loss treatments based on this new understanding are starting to hit the market. And one of the most promising is the TRX2 Molecular Food Supplement for Hair from Oxford Biolabs.
One of the biggest advancements in our understanding of hair loss has come from cellular biologists researching the crucial role potassium ion channels play in our overall health. Potassium ion channels are proteins embedded in cell membranes that regulate the flow of potassium ions in and out of a cell, helping the cell to function properly. What scientists have discovered is that a lot of diseases and medical conditions are actually linked to reduced or dysfunctional potassium ion channel activity. And one of these conditions is hair loss.
In hair follicles, potassium ion channels help manage the flow of nutrients into the cells. When potassium channels stop working properly, nutrients get cut off, follicles shrink, and eventually hair falls out. TRX2 works by stimulating and essentially reactivating potassium ion channel activity in hair follicles, as well we providing key nutrients that help hair grow.
Amazingly, as the name implies, TRX2 is not a drug. It’s a food supplement containing only naturally-occurring compounds that stimulate potassium ion channel activity. These compounds include potassium, niacin, biotin, zinc, selenium, L-caratine, L-leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Unlike minoxidil, which boasts side effects include dizziness and drowsiness, or finasteride, a.k.a. Propecia, who’s side effects include impotence and loss of libido, TRX2 has no known side effects.
Results do not come overnight with TRX2. But they do come. Clinical trials conducted by Oxford Biolabs show that 87 percent of users experience “significant” improvement in hair texture and thickness after 18 months. Approximately 10-15 percent experienced visual improvements in 1-3 months; 15-35 percent experienced visual improvements in 4-9 months; and 35-50 percent experienced visual improvements in 10-18 months. So the odds are on your side.
And right now you can purchase the TRX2 Molecular Food Supplement in 1-month, 3-month, and 12-month supplies, the latter two saving you 5 and 10 percent, respectively. However, the best value is the Autodelivery subscription. It ships you a 3-month supply every 90 days and saves you 18 percent off the normal price.
If you’ve always wanted to do something about your hair loss, but were worried that the side effects of the major hair loss drugs would be worse than going bald, TRX2 is definitely worth a try.