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Are there any significant side effects with Avacor® products?

What is DHT?

What is the Avacor® All Natural Nutricap?

What is the Avacor Physicians Formulation®?

What is the Scalp Detoxifying Shampoo?

How soon will I see results?

How long has this product been on the market?

What will happen if I stop using Avacor®, will I lose my hair and how soon?

What is in your Nutricap?

What is so different about your shampoos?

How long will I have to use this treatment?

Will Avacor® products counteract any of my medications or vitamins?

If I am pregnant or nursing can I use Avacor®?

Will I grow hair on any other part of my body?

I’ve lost most of my hair; can your product help me?

I’m not really losing my hair, but I am interested in getting thicker hair, can Avacor® help me?

How will I know if this will work for me?

Can my family use my left over shampoo?

I missed using the Avacor Physicians Formulation® for three days, will it hurt my progress?

I’m losing my eyebrows, can your product help? If so, would I apply it the same way as I would for my scalp?

Is Avacor® effective on all types of hair?

My hair loss was caused by a bad perm/dye or hair straightening system. Can your product help me?

Can I continue to perm/dye or straighten my hair?

Can I use my own hair styling products (conditioners, hot oil treatments, gel, mousse, hair spray)?

I’ve just gotten out of the shower, what should I do?

My hair is extremely dry and brittle, will Avacor® help me?

What if I exercise and my scalp perspires?

What is your satisfaction guarantee?

Can people with psoriasis or any other skin conditions use Avacor®?

 

FAQ

What is DHT?

The Food and Drug Administration has identified the natural body chemical called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) as a main cause of hair loss. This chemical is produced from testosterone and appears to act as a signal to hair follicles to stop producing hair and begins to cause the slow degeneration of the hair follicle.

Men and women experience hair loss due to hormones in the body. DHT or Dihydrotestosterone is responsible for 95% of hair loss. People that produce more DHT than others are genetically pre-disposed to hair loss. When DHT reaches hair follicles it tends to prevent nutrients from reaching hair follicles. It's important to have the proper nutrition, such as our Nutricap, to maintain hair health.