Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Provillus a Scam? 3 Ways You Can Tell!
By Leland Murray

You never know where the next scam will come from. They're everywhere, crouching, ready to pounce upon their unsuspecting prey... the consumer. The world of hair restoration is not immune to this. You may really be desperate to regrow your precious hair, but are you desperate enough to be ripped off by another huckster? And is Provillus, supposedly the #1 hair loss treatment available today, just another scam after all?

That is the question, right? Is Provillus a scam? First, let's examine a few of the many hair restoration scams circulating nowadays. You've got your laser combs, spray-on hair, hair "clip-ins", hair growth accupressure, and even hair growth hypnosis! Seriously?

So back to Provillus. What is Provillus and can it really do what it claims it can do? Let's explore.

Provillus A Scam? 3 Ways You Can Tell:

  1. Is Provillus Documented? Not only is the key ingredient in Provillus, minoxidil shown in medical journal after medical journal to be effective at regrowing hair, it is also the only topical on the market that is actually FDA Approved to regrow hair for both men and women! In addition, Provillus includes an all-natural supplement that blocks DHT, the hormone responsible for most hair loss. Minoxidil regrows hair. It doesn't stop DHT from trying to take it away. This is where Provillus' competition, Rogaine, falls short. Provillus doesn't just regrow new hair. It literally ends your hair loss... permanently!
  2. Does Provillus come with hidden back-end charges like a lot of those internet "free trial" offers? Nope. Provillus is offered at a fair price, and all costs for Provillus are disclosed up-front.
  3. Is Provillus guaranteed to work? Why buy a product if it isn't backed by a solid, money-back guarantee? Provillus has a 90-day return policy, which gives you plenty of time to see if Provillus will actually work for you.

So is Provillus a scam? It doesn't seem likely, does it. It's the only hair loss treatment on the market that both blocks DHT to prevent further hair loss and uses the power of FDA-Approved minoxidil to regrow new hair and "seal those gaps".

Again, Provillus is FDA Approved! If nothing else tells us that Provillus is NOT a scam, or even close to it, this certainly does.

Hopefully, this serves to clear up any "Provillus Scam" misconceptions which may be circulating about.