Originally Posted by rdawg
I wouldn't mind seeing some clinical trial results on this "evolis" thing. I can't find much on it online which is curious. Why wouldn't balding australians be going nuts over it if it works?
Because nobody has heard of it. You can't buy it anywhere except the website yet, and they've done nothing to market it.
And I doubt the results are especially amazing. It's clearly not a substitute for finasteride or other DHT inhibitors. But extending the anagen phase would be a good thing, and the studies seem to indicate that it does do this - there's certainly clear evidence that some of the ingredients they use do what they claim, though that's not the case for all of them. Not saying the criticisms being raised aren't valid, but has anyone looked at those studies?
I'm curious as to what other TGA-approved hair loss products there are, though, for the sake of comparison.