Evansville, IN, March 26, 2013 –– Leslie Jarrett created a video reviewing the popular hair loss formula Provillus.
“While I was researching the product, I found a lot of misinformation about the research behind the ingredients in Provillus and I wanted to clear that up and also to point out that it is not a quick fix formula that some make it out to be,’ says Jarrett, a free lance writer based in Evansville, IN.
Jarrett points out that It has been determined that eighty five million people in the world have androgenic alopecia which is the medical term for naturally occurring male pattern hair loss. It does however affect both men and women.
Provillus is a relatively new hair growth product that claims to help men and women all over the world get back that youthful hair that they once had and cherished.
The primary ingredient in Provillus is the well researched Minoxidil. Once available only by prescription, Minoxidil is a natural ingredient and it is approved by the food and drug administration of the United States of America for over the counter purchase.
According to Jarrett: “My Provillus review shows that the program is a two step process. The first step is to rub the formula containing Minoxidil into the scalp every morning and evening.. The second step is to take the capsules of which one must swallow one twice a day which according to the manufacturer provides vitamins and nutrients to the hair follicles.’
According to the manufacturer it can take a few weeks to a few months to see results as everybody has varying body chemistry.
Due to the fact that androgenic alopecia affects both men and women, Provillus provides a specific formula based on gender.
For more information on Provillus please visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryAkxGCe9PQ
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