The Battle of the Hair Loss Supplements
Both brands are designed to prevent hair loss and encourage healthy hair growth in men and women. Here, we rate the supplement and topical solution as a combination treatment.
Both brands are safe to use and free from major side-effects.There have been no reported issues of any major side-effects from using any of these products. However, HR23+ does contain the potent extract, saw palmetto, which is not suitable for women who are pregnant and breastfeeding, and so due to this factor alone, TRX2 would technically be the safer of the two brands.
Both products are designed to combat hair loss over a long period of time. Both brands also claim that patients should expect to see clear results by the end of month three, but results do vary with each individual.
Online forums suggest TRX2 supplement has a low performance rate, but this is not an accurate portrayal of its overall effectiveness. According to the 2016 Customer Review, HR23+ supplement has a 90% success rate, ranking it as one of the leading hair supplements on the market.
TRX2 lotion was only launched in 2016, therefore more time is needed to judge its performance accurately. HR23+ serum was launched in 2015, but more reviews from users, and official testing is needed to give the product a fair rating.
Both supplements fall into the same price range, from £40-£50 per bottle, depending on how many bottles you buy (multi-pack deals work out cheaper). However, the unproven TRX2 lotion is more expensive than the popular serum by HR23+, by nearly £10 per bottle.
More testing and feedback is needed for accurate results on the topical solutions for both brands, therefore this is inconclusive.
TRX2 supplement contains five active ingredients, mainly potassium, whereas HR23+ supplement has a broader range of 23 key hair beneficiary ingredients including a host of DHT blockers and hair growth agents.
It is always difficult to judge the validity of online reviews, but HR23+ seems to have a more positive range of testimonials than TRX2. Hr23+ has gained excellent reviews particularly from women suffering from thinning hair. HR23+ also has a much more positive rate of reviews across many hair loss forums, discussion boards, and established beauty bloggers.
HR23+ wins this battle by a relatively comfortable margin due to its feedback, ingredients and performance. Both supplements are good options to try for sufferers of early stages of baldness and thinning hair.
Both brands are at the higher end of the price-range, but you could argue it is great value for your money if they prove to be successful. The most important aspect of these brands is that they are both safe and free from major side-effects.