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RevivHair Max Hair Stimulating Serum - Now 5% Maximum Strength

 LANDMARK FORMULA | REVOLUTIONARY INGREDIENTS | NOW WITH 5% REDENSYL    RevivHair™ Max Hair Stimulating Serum is a novel next-generation leave-in serum that can help significantly boost the appearance of hair...
Vendor: RevivSerums

Availability: In Stock

Product Code: HS60

$ 39.00

$ 79.00

Thicker, fuller, healthier looking hair
REVIVHAIR
STIMULATE GROWTH
PREVENT SHEDDING
RESTORE VOLUME & SHINE
DENSIFY & STRENGTHEN

With
5% Redensyl
Growth Factors
Stem Cells
& Peptides

Remarkable technology
for your hair


 
LANDMARK FORMULA | REVOLUTIONARY INGREDIENTS | NOW WITH 5% REDENSYL 

 

RevivHair™ Max Hair Stimulating Serum is a novel next-generation leave-in serum that can help significantly boost the appearance of hair density, thickness, fullness, natural color, strength, and overall health. Powerful key ingredients help both men and women; the product is unisex/gender-neutral.

Here's a short video:

 

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ABOUT THE KEY INGREDIENTS

 

5% Redensyl award sealREDENSYL® 5%
This novel ingredient blend combines two patented molecules — dihydroquercetin-glucoside (DHQG) and Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG2) — to help hair loss and the reactivation of hair growth by targeting hair follicle stems cells & reactivation of ORSc stem cells. Redensyl also targets apoptosis protection, the maintenance of differentiation properties, and the activation of dermal papillary fibroblasts.

Clinical assessment on volunteers produced outstanding results for Redensyl. In less than 3 months, 85% of the volunteers had significant and visible success, with +9% of new growing hair and -17% of falling hair. 85% of subjects showed positive results.

GROWTH FACTORS
Recombinant human Keratinocyte Growth Factor (KGF), a member of the fibroblast growth factor (FGF) family, has been shown to target the regulation, proliferation and differentiation of stem cells of the hair follicle. Our KGF, derived from bacteria, is of the highest quality and is a vital, albeit somewhat costly, efficacy component of RevivHair Max Serum.

PEPTIDES
Octapeptide-2 (Prohairin-ß4 stem cell peptide), Acetyl Tetrapeptide-3 (the active peptide in CAPIXYL®), Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1 (the hair anchoring peptide know as Procapil™) and Myristol Pentapeptide-17 (keratin stimulating peptide) can have positive effects on the readily-accessible hair follicle, targeting follicle atrophy caused by the effects of D•HT, follicle aging, and stem cell targeting. Copper Peptide GHK is a unique patented molecule shown to stimulate the appearance of hair growth.



PHYTOCELLTEC™ ARGAN
According to its Swiss-based developer Mibelle AG Biochemistry, PCT Argan is the first cosmetic active with proven efficacy on dermal stem cells. Hair follicles represent a highly efficient penetration pathway and reservoir for topically applied substances. Dermal papilla, where the dermal stem cell pool is localized, can be reached and targeted.

PHYTOCELLTEC™ MALUS DOMESTICA
A revolutionary liposomal preparation also from Switzerland based on the stem cells of a rare Swiss apple - the Uttwiler Spatlauber. A novel technology enables the stem cell cultivation of this rare and endangered species. Various studies demonstrate it has the ability to help "visibly postpone senescence... in the hair follicle."

PYRROLIDINYL DIAMINOPYRIMIDINE OXIDE (TRIAMINODIL®)
[  Note: separate, optional add-in 1.5 mL vial  ]
A chemical cousin of minoxidil (which is a Pyrimidinediamine Piperidinyl Oxide), PDPO has been shown to act similarly on the appearance of hair, but without many of the side effects, possibly because of its lower molecular weight. This ingredient is in the "cosmetic" category. Triaminodil is shown to stimulate & extend the appearance of the anagen phase of hair follicles, and help prevent the hardening of the hair shaft and collagen buildup around it. It is believed to target open ion channels. Nanoxidil™  and Aminexil™ are other trade names for this product.
 
This extra vial ingredient, meant to be added to the RevivHair Max Serum bottle before use, is optional for those users who want to target growth-regulating effects but don't mind some potential initial increased shedding since this ingredient can theoretically help target the transition from the telogen (resting) phase to the anagen (growing) phase of the hair cycle. This optional vial is a customer add-on for a small additional fee. Use the pop-down menu above to add it to your product selection.

CELTOSOME™ CRITHMUM MARITIMUM ST
An exclusive Sea Fennel stem cell culture that, according to its manufacturer Seppic®, can help promote the appearance of keratogenesis and help promote better epidermal metabolism and the synthesis of collagen, proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans.

METHIONINE SULFOXIDE REDUCTASE
Can help prevent the appearance of hair color loss by providing a non-oxidant environment and targeting the preservation of melanocytes which produce the pigment in hair.

BIOTANICAL EXTRACTS, PROANTHOCYANIDINS, AND POLYMERS
Nettle Root and Saw Palmetto, among other ingredients, can help to thwart the visible effects of D•H T, the signaling molecule responsible for some types of hair loss. High-Solubility Caffeine, Soy Isoflavones, Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins, and Horse Chestnut strengthen and feed hair growth. Novel polymers visibly thicken and strengthen hair.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 
Fragrance-free, minoxidil-free, and quick-drying, this unisex serum is a light, almost clear, formulation safe for all hair colors and hair types. It contains novel polymers that also instantly thicken and help moisturize the hair shaft, without adding too much weight. And no oiliness or greasiness.

The percentage of Redensyl in RevivHair Max is at its most potent: 5% maximum strength. The total concentration of active technologies in the formula is over 80%.

DISPENSER
The package comes with a glass medicine dropper applicator. We also offer alternative dispensers, like a fine-mist sprayer and a lotion-style treatment pump. The fine-mist sprayer is better for large coverage areas, for even disbursal of the serum. The treatment pump is better for specific thinning treatment areas/spot treatment, and to avoid applying to hair (by targeting only the scalp); the dropper acts similarly. Select any optional add-on dispenser(s) above.

DATASHEETS:
Redensyl
Capixyl
Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Shake before use. Apply once daily, to wet or dry hair, about one or two dropper squeezes or more. Part your hair and apply directly to the scalp, especially in the areas that are thinning. The measurement does not need to be exact; apply enough serum for good coverage. Massage in with fingertips, then wash hands well. Since hair growing cycles can take at least 1 to 4 months, it may take a while to notice beneficial effects. If you choose to incorporate the optional Triaminodil vial, you may experience a small amount of initial increased shedding since that ingredient can help promote the transition from the telogen (resting) phase to the anagen (growing) phase of the hair cycle. Remember that results from any legitimately effective hair loss treatment can take between 6-12 months to begin, and several years before optimal results are reached since the anagen or growing phase of the hair is at least two years in duration.

Use in addition to, and before applying, your regular styling products or products such as minoxidil. Discontinue use if irritation develops. For external use only.

FULL INGREDIENTS (2 oz / 60 ml)
Water/Aqua/Eau (and) [Redensyl®:] Glycerin (and) Sodium Metabisulfite (and) Glycine (and) Larix Europaea Wood Extract (and) Zinc Chloride (and) Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract, Astragalus Membranaceus Root Extract, Argania Spinosa Sprout Cell Extract, Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17, rh-Polypeptide-3 [Keratinocyte Growth Factor] , Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1 [Procapil® peptide] , Acetyl Tetrapeptide-3 [CAPIXYL® peptide] , Radix Polygoni Multiflori Preparata Extract, Nettle (Urtica Dioica) Root Extract, PEG/PPG-20/23 Dimethicone, Horse Chestnut (Aesculus Hippocastanum) Seed Extract, Indian Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata) Resin Extract, Mannitol (and) Ammonium Glycyrrhizate (and) Caffeine (and) Zinc Gluconate, Saw Palmetto (Serenoa Repens) Fruit Extract, D-Panthenol, Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins (Vitis Vinifera Seed Extract), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1, Tripeptide (AHK), Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Triethanolamine, Crithmum Maritimum Callus Culture Filtrate (CIC2), Beta-sitosterol, Pygeum Africanum, Copper Tripeptide-1, Prezatide Copper Acetate, Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase, Soy Isoflavones, Octapeptide-2 [Prohairin-ß4] , Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol (and) Sorbic Acid.

Note from our legal eagles: None of our products are intended for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease and/or are not intended to affect the structure or any function of the human body. Any testimonials on this website are based on individual results, and do not constitute a guarantee that you will achieve the same results.

Customer Reviews

Based on 253 reviews
61%
(154)
20%
(50)
10%
(26)
3%
(8)
6%
(15)
P
P.J.
Works Great

I recently bought the Hair Stimulating Serum. And it works great. I only used it a couple of weeks and noticed some hair thickening. I noticed it works better than minoxidil. It's a little pricey for a small 2 oz. bottle, but I think it's well worth the price.

S
S.J.
Great Product but needs to remove the Copolymers from the Formula

Great product but misses in absorption. Works like an expensive gel due to the inclusion of Copolymers (Which is essentially liquid plastic found in most cheap gels) Copolymers also interfere with ingredient absorption. Copolymers can also be toxic and are 100 Percent synthetic. I would say if RevivSerums removed Coploymers and added Phospholipids to enhance absorption of their awesome ingredients... then this would be the best product for hair growth hands down. :)

Thank you for your review, Steven. There is a wide range of differences in the INCI term 'copolymer' and just because the INCI includes the word does not indicate a lot. The version in RevivHair Max, C10-30 Alkyl, is not like a traditional hair gel polymer (say, PVP). And of course the FDA would not allow us to use any cosmetic ingredient, nor in any quantity, that would be considered 'toxic.'



Regarding absorption, the product works in the readily-accessible hair follicle channel/shaft, and does not have to be, nor should be, systemically absorbed.



Phospholipids can indeed help with absorption when needed, but their thickness would invariably mean the product would have to be only dispensed with a lotion/treatment pump, and could not be applied with a fine mist sprayer or medicine dropper.



Here's an excerpt from an industry article just this week regarding INCI confusion:



As Elizabeth A. Grove, global director of sustaina­bility and compliance at Lubrizol Life Science explained, 'There is a growing trend with consumer magazines, NGOs and shopping apps to use INCI names as a way to identify personal care ingredients that pose environmental harm.' However, as explained, INCI names are generalized, so ingredients that pose no environmental harm are equated with those that do.



Grove gave an example with micropla­stics. While there is a strong drive to omit microplastics from personal care to protect the environment, ingredients that have the same INCI name of acrylate polymer often are used as thickeners in gel or liquid forms, too; and these do not negatively impact the environment


'Not all ingredients with the name acrylate polymer would be a solid microplastic. But putting the generic INCI name 'Acrylate Copolymer' on a list to identify microplastics means that all forms of these ingredients will be wrongly identified as micropla­stics,' explained Grove.


In fact, according to Grove, based on this INCI name, several commercial shopping apps have wrongfully flagged products as containing micropla­stics, which has not only hurt the sales of all acrylate polymers, but also misled consumers.


“Manufac­turers of acrylate polymers, including Lubrizol, have been negatively affected,' said Grove, who added, 'The INCI Committee has acknowledged this confusion.'


https://www.cosmeticsandtoiletries.com/regulatory/claims/The-INCI-Name-Game--A-Commentary-512427712.htm

C
C.L.
Clo review

I don't see any results as of yet.

M
M.D.
Noticeable right away

I’ve been using Fo-Te for a couple weeks. That returns hair to the original darker color (when it is turning white/gray) and hair grows faster. However, it doesn’t cause hair to grow where it has already thinned or receded. Adding this 5% Redensyl topically resulted in noticeable new hair growth within a week. In 2 weeks it no longer has the look of thinning hair. The hairs are short still, but creates a fuller look. I attribute the new hairs to this 5% Recensyl and the speed of their growth to the Fo-Te.

Mark - Thanks for the great review. That's fast results. Fo-Ti (Polygonum multiflorum) is a similar compound to Resveratrol, a strong antioxidant, and it has indeed been shown to affect the appearance of greying hairs. Look for a stellar new Reviv Serums solution for grey hair reversal within the next month!
E
E.C.
Hopeful

I'm still on my first bottle, so I really can't tell if it's working yet. I am SUPER hopeful that it will. However, I have to be honest, part of me really wants it to work just because they have such great customer service. They responded so quickly to an email when there was an error with my shipping (my fault not theirs), and every review that someone has left and had concerns, this brand responds in such a positive manner, and even explains reasons it may not be working yet. I would love to support this type of brand for the long-haul, so here's to hoping for great results. I think the only con I can think of is that the product is somewhat thick. It's not a big deal as far as how it effects my hair, it doesn't leave it looking greasy or anything, but sometimes I have a hard time getting it all the way to the root since it grips on to the hair, feels like I'm wasting some of the product. Overall, the dropper works just fine, I think its more that the product clings to the outside of the dropper and that's how it gets all over my hair strands. Either way, not a deal breaker, just something I have to put on a bit more carefully. Anyway, I'll update in a few months when I am able to notice if there is a change or if I'm at the same place I've been.

Customer Reviews

Based on 253 reviews
61%
(154)
20%
(50)
10%
(26)
3%
(8)
6%
(15)
P
P.J.
Works Great

I recently bought the Hair Stimulating Serum. And it works great. I only used it a couple of weeks and noticed some hair thickening. I noticed it works better than minoxidil. It's a little pricey for a small 2 oz. bottle, but I think it's well worth the price.

S
S.J.
Great Product but needs to remove the Copolymers from the Formula

Great product but misses in absorption. Works like an expensive gel due to the inclusion of Copolymers (Which is essentially liquid plastic found in most cheap gels) Copolymers also interfere with ingredient absorption. Copolymers can also be toxic and are 100 Percent synthetic. I would say if RevivSerums removed Coploymers and added Phospholipids to enhance absorption of their awesome ingredients... then this would be the best product for hair growth hands down. :)

Thank you for your review, Steven. There is a wide range of differences in the INCI term 'copolymer' and just because the INCI includes the word does not indicate a lot. The version in RevivHair Max, C10-30 Alkyl, is not like a traditional hair gel polymer (say, PVP). And of course the FDA would not allow us to use any cosmetic ingredient, nor in any quantity, that would be considered 'toxic.'



Regarding absorption, the product works in the readily-accessible hair follicle channel/shaft, and does not have to be, nor should be, systemically absorbed.



Phospholipids can indeed help with absorption when needed, but their thickness would invariably mean the product would have to be only dispensed with a lotion/treatment pump, and could not be applied with a fine mist sprayer or medicine dropper.



Here's an excerpt from an industry article just this week regarding INCI confusion:



As Elizabeth A. Grove, global director of sustaina­bility and compliance at Lubrizol Life Science explained, 'There is a growing trend with consumer magazines, NGOs and shopping apps to use INCI names as a way to identify personal care ingredients that pose environmental harm.' However, as explained, INCI names are generalized, so ingredients that pose no environmental harm are equated with those that do.



Grove gave an example with micropla­stics. While there is a strong drive to omit microplastics from personal care to protect the environment, ingredients that have the same INCI name of acrylate polymer often are used as thickeners in gel or liquid forms, too; and these do not negatively impact the environment


'Not all ingredients with the name acrylate polymer would be a solid microplastic. But putting the generic INCI name 'Acrylate Copolymer' on a list to identify microplastics means that all forms of these ingredients will be wrongly identified as micropla­stics,' explained Grove.


In fact, according to Grove, based on this INCI name, several commercial shopping apps have wrongfully flagged products as containing micropla­stics, which has not only hurt the sales of all acrylate polymers, but also misled consumers.


“Manufac­turers of acrylate polymers, including Lubrizol, have been negatively affected,' said Grove, who added, 'The INCI Committee has acknowledged this confusion.'


https://www.cosmeticsandtoiletries.com/regulatory/claims/The-INCI-Name-Game--A-Commentary-512427712.htm

C
C.L.
Clo review

I don't see any results as of yet.

M
M.D.
Noticeable right away

I’ve been using Fo-Te for a couple weeks. That returns hair to the original darker color (when it is turning white/gray) and hair grows faster. However, it doesn’t cause hair to grow where it has already thinned or receded. Adding this 5% Redensyl topically resulted in noticeable new hair growth within a week. In 2 weeks it no longer has the look of thinning hair. The hairs are short still, but creates a fuller look. I attribute the new hairs to this 5% Recensyl and the speed of their growth to the Fo-Te.

Mark - Thanks for the great review. That's fast results. Fo-Ti (Polygonum multiflorum) is a similar compound to Resveratrol, a strong antioxidant, and it has indeed been shown to affect the appearance of greying hairs. Look for a stellar new Reviv Serums solution for grey hair reversal within the next month!
E
E.C.
Hopeful

I'm still on my first bottle, so I really can't tell if it's working yet. I am SUPER hopeful that it will. However, I have to be honest, part of me really wants it to work just because they have such great customer service. They responded so quickly to an email when there was an error with my shipping (my fault not theirs), and every review that someone has left and had concerns, this brand responds in such a positive manner, and even explains reasons it may not be working yet. I would love to support this type of brand for the long-haul, so here's to hoping for great results. I think the only con I can think of is that the product is somewhat thick. It's not a big deal as far as how it effects my hair, it doesn't leave it looking greasy or anything, but sometimes I have a hard time getting it all the way to the root since it grips on to the hair, feels like I'm wasting some of the product. Overall, the dropper works just fine, I think its more that the product clings to the outside of the dropper and that's how it gets all over my hair strands. Either way, not a deal breaker, just something I have to put on a bit more carefully. Anyway, I'll update in a few months when I am able to notice if there is a change or if I'm at the same place I've been.

Customer Reviews

Based on 253 reviews
61%
(154)
20%
(50)
10%
(26)
3%
(8)
6%
(15)
P
P.J.
Works Great

I recently bought the Hair Stimulating Serum. And it works great. I only used it a couple of weeks and noticed some hair thickening. I noticed it works better than minoxidil. It's a little pricey for a small 2 oz. bottle, but I think it's well worth the price.

S
S.J.
Great Product but needs to remove the Copolymers from the Formula

Great product but misses in absorption. Works like an expensive gel due to the inclusion of Copolymers (Which is essentially liquid plastic found in most cheap gels) Copolymers also interfere with ingredient absorption. Copolymers can also be toxic and are 100 Percent synthetic. I would say if RevivSerums removed Coploymers and added Phospholipids to enhance absorption of their awesome ingredients... then this would be the best product for hair growth hands down. :)

Thank you for your review, Steven. There is a wide range of differences in the INCI term 'copolymer' and just because the INCI includes the word does not indicate a lot. The version in RevivHair Max, C10-30 Alkyl, is not like a traditional hair gel polymer (say, PVP). And of course the FDA would not allow us to use any cosmetic ingredient, nor in any quantity, that would be considered 'toxic.'



Regarding absorption, the product works in the readily-accessible hair follicle channel/shaft, and does not have to be, nor should be, systemically absorbed.



Phospholipids can indeed help with absorption when needed, but their thickness would invariably mean the product would have to be only dispensed with a lotion/treatment pump, and could not be applied with a fine mist sprayer or medicine dropper.



Here's an excerpt from an industry article just this week regarding INCI confusion:



As Elizabeth A. Grove, global director of sustaina­bility and compliance at Lubrizol Life Science explained, 'There is a growing trend with consumer magazines, NGOs and shopping apps to use INCI names as a way to identify personal care ingredients that pose environmental harm.' However, as explained, INCI names are generalized, so ingredients that pose no environmental harm are equated with those that do.



Grove gave an example with micropla­stics. While there is a strong drive to omit microplastics from personal care to protect the environment, ingredients that have the same INCI name of acrylate polymer often are used as thickeners in gel or liquid forms, too; and these do not negatively impact the environment


'Not all ingredients with the name acrylate polymer would be a solid microplastic. But putting the generic INCI name 'Acrylate Copolymer' on a list to identify microplastics means that all forms of these ingredients will be wrongly identified as micropla­stics,' explained Grove.


In fact, according to Grove, based on this INCI name, several commercial shopping apps have wrongfully flagged products as containing micropla­stics, which has not only hurt the sales of all acrylate polymers, but also misled consumers.


“Manufac­turers of acrylate polymers, including Lubrizol, have been negatively affected,' said Grove, who added, 'The INCI Committee has acknowledged this confusion.'


https://www.cosmeticsandtoiletries.com/regulatory/claims/The-INCI-Name-Game--A-Commentary-512427712.htm

C
C.L.
Clo review

I don't see any results as of yet.

M
M.D.
Noticeable right away

I’ve been using Fo-Te for a couple weeks. That returns hair to the original darker color (when it is turning white/gray) and hair grows faster. However, it doesn’t cause hair to grow where it has already thinned or receded. Adding this 5% Redensyl topically resulted in noticeable new hair growth within a week. In 2 weeks it no longer has the look of thinning hair. The hairs are short still, but creates a fuller look. I attribute the new hairs to this 5% Recensyl and the speed of their growth to the Fo-Te.

Mark - Thanks for the great review. That's fast results. Fo-Ti (Polygonum multiflorum) is a similar compound to Resveratrol, a strong antioxidant, and it has indeed been shown to affect the appearance of greying hairs. Look for a stellar new Reviv Serums solution for grey hair reversal within the next month!
E
E.C.
Hopeful

I'm still on my first bottle, so I really can't tell if it's working yet. I am SUPER hopeful that it will. However, I have to be honest, part of me really wants it to work just because they have such great customer service. They responded so quickly to an email when there was an error with my shipping (my fault not theirs), and every review that someone has left and had concerns, this brand responds in such a positive manner, and even explains reasons it may not be working yet. I would love to support this type of brand for the long-haul, so here's to hoping for great results. I think the only con I can think of is that the product is somewhat thick. It's not a big deal as far as how it effects my hair, it doesn't leave it looking greasy or anything, but sometimes I have a hard time getting it all the way to the root since it grips on to the hair, feels like I'm wasting some of the product. Overall, the dropper works just fine, I think its more that the product clings to the outside of the dropper and that's how it gets all over my hair strands. Either way, not a deal breaker, just something I have to put on a bit more carefully. Anyway, I'll update in a few months when I am able to notice if there is a change or if I'm at the same place I've been.

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