Clynol Anti Hair-Loss, the gold standard?

With 3 out of 5 men expected to experience a form of hair loss at some point in their lives the male grooming brands are constantly attempting to find the gold standard in hair loss prevention. Kind of like searching for the holy grail!?

Hair loss can occur due to the following reasons:

  • Stress, exhaustive lifestyles and careers.
  • Male pattern baldness – thanks mum and dad!
  • Diet – low protein intake or iron deficiency can effect healthy hair growth.
  • An under-active thyroid.
  • Ageing, illness and some prescribed medicines.

Let’s face it, no one likes the thought of losing their hair. Some men embrace it some men loathe it. Either way, if your self esteem is suffering act now and find yourself a hair loss prevention solution.

Stopping short of implants, we review plenty of hair loss ‘holy grails’ and my favourite is Clynol. The Clynol barnet thickening regime comes in two stages… both contain high performing ingredients Taurine and Carnitine Tartrate – this may mean little to you non-scientists but their promise is to deliver natural energy to your hair, increasing the production of hair growth factors i.e. slow down hair loss.

  1. Clynol Activate 1 Anti Hair-Loss Shampoo. At £8.45 for 300ml it’s more than affordable. The shampoo strengthens and revitalises, maintaing hair density and encouraging growth.
  2. Clynol Activate 2 Anti Hair-Loss Tonic. At £11.95 for 100ml it’s again more than affordable. The tonic is applied after shampooing, a leave in treatment if you will.

Results wise, I was most impressed – my hair felt thicker and genuinely stronger, it really did. I’ve tried various hair loss preventers and so far, this is the leading the race.

Clynol promise reduced hair loss after 6 weeks of use and 80% root activation by week 24. The tonic is a runny almost water like texture and the shampoo thick and concentrated. This is fine, a rich concentrated shampoo – value for money and a lightweight tonic, ideal if you are wearing it all day.

In summary I would advise those worrying about hair loss to give Clynol a try. Remember this is hair loss prevention, it’s not a magic cure for bald men. I would also advise helping your Clynol regime by cutting down stress levels, improving your diet (more protein and iron; meat, fish, eggs and leafy green vegetables) and massaging your scalp as often as you can (improves blood flow/ nutrient delivery).

  • Mart

    Great review I think I will try Clynol & its a really good price. Will let you know how I get on!

  • Tim

    So the question now is… how does it fare after the 6-week mark?

    Having used Regaine previously (and I *think* I had results from it).. is it worth switching to Clynol?
    The only reason I stopped was the obscene cost of Regaine in Australia, but now that I’m back in the UK…

    Unfortunately there don’t seem to be any studies available regarding Clynol’s effectiveness.

  • Anti Hair Loss

    It really is sad to see so many great looking men turn the way of baldness. There really isn’t much we can do to prevent the baldness as far as its natural occurance. It seems the only way to beat it is with some sort of transplant or with topical or pill treatment. This seems like quite a cheap way to help beat the loss of hair. Clynol is really worth looking into.

  • Oliver

    Received free samples of clynol activate at a hair show I was working at, I have been down in the dumps due to my hair thinning and have been shaving my hair off to disguise , I have been using the product for 3 weeks now and my hair has grown massively and I have thickness, you can see that my hair is growing back at the front as it is usually weak and breaks but this product has massively strengthened the hair, the only side effect I have had is an itchy scalp do maybe I am applying a little much!??

  • Ape to Gentleman

    Good to hear it’s working. You should use an anti-dandruff shampoo once or twice a week, to counter the dandruff. And Clynol the rest of the time. And also, don’t worry about the hairloss, it happens to most men!

  • Ape to Gentleman

    These shampoos help, but yes – genetics normally win. A hair transplant is a (costly) solution – with its own risks.

  • Ape to Gentleman

    Any feedback guys?

  • Ape to Gentleman

    Thanks Mart, keep us updated please.