Zulvera Herbal Hair Shampoo is a natural hair loss remedy created by WellWorth Cosmetics, an Ayurvedic product manufacturing and marketing company based in India. They claim Zulvera works to produce stronger hair roots, revitalise dying hair follicles, and produce renewed hair growth, and can be used by men and women of all ages to “prevent hair loss and baldness“.
How is it MEANT to work?
Zulvera Herbal Hair Shampoo contains ingredients such as chamomile, sage, tea tree, witch hazel and saw palmetto, which its manufacturers say have medicinal properties and help revive dying hair follicles. Apparently Zulvera has been “scientifically prepared using the principles of Ayurveda” that aggressively nourishes the scalp to create the optimum environment for new, healthy hair.
The idea is that Zulvera will keep the scalp clean and strengthen and fortify the hair follicles to enable them to endure or resist the effects of DHT, the most common cause of hair loss, and continue producing hair growth. It also attests to work successfully for the receding hairline and that “areas which lost hair most recently will show the first results.”
DOES it work?
According to Zulvera Herbal Hair Shampoo’s website, “studies indicate that its very effective for the majority of people. It has a very high success rate.” However, they do not provide a reference to any study that would allow the consumer to evaluate that claim and determine if Zulvera is in fact effective for hair loss.
Some of the ingredients such as saw palmetto, also contained in Belgravia’s Hair Vitalics, have been shown to benefit hair health. But there is no proof that any of them can effectively stabilise, stop or even prevent hair loss. Additionally, in its disclaimer, Zulvera’s manufacturers say, “We do not make any claims to the effectiveness of the product contained in this site. It is by no means conclusive, and does not guarantee results. It is not meant to take the place of medical treatment.”
Only two products have been medically approved and licensed for the treatment of hair loss. Following years of extensive clinical trials and studies, these hair loss treatments have proven both safe and effective for that express purpose. Zulvera is a natural herbal product and is not approved or licensed by the FDA or MHRA. There is no conclusive evidence that Zulvera is effective for hair loss.