Ultrax Labs Hair Rush Review

Ultrax Labs Hair Rush Review
Ultrax Labs Hair Rush Review

So many hair supplements can be confusing to try to compare. So, sometimes it is best to look at each supplement individually so that you get a better picture of them. Hair Rush Supplements from Ultrax Labs may not be one that you have heard about. However, the Hair Rush Supplements are ones that are worth having this individual look at.

About Ultrax Labs

Not much is known about the Ultrax Labs company. They do not tell anything about themselves on their site. On that same note, Ultrax Labs does not share what their company goals are, why they started, or anything else.

Some of this is easy to see. Obviously, Ultrax Labs has the goal of helping you grow your hair. Literally all of their products are designed to encourage hair growth, after all. They also give a variety of ways to do this, ranging from shampoo to cream to supplements.

Other than that, Ultrax Labs also hints at the fact that they have spent years in working on their formulas. Furthermore, they call these products their proprietary doctor-formulated products and claim they are revolutionary game-changers.

Of course, some of this may just be the usual hype, but statistically speaking, the Ultrax Labs products do have a lot of really good reviews. Some of their products even tend to make it into top ten lists. Considering just how many different hair companies sell similar products, this is quite a feat.

In fact, Ultrax Labs has five distinct hair loss products, plus one additional product for eyelash growth. These five are: a caffeine-based shampoo, a matching conditioner, a hair growth supplement, a caffeine-based serum, and a hair mask. These five products cover almost everything that your hair needs on a regular basis, which is probably Ultrax Labs’ goal.

Hair Rush Supplement

The Ultrax Labs’ Hair Rush Supplement is, in some ways, very much like other hair supplements. For starters, each bottle has 60 tablets, of which you take two daily, allowing one bottle to last one month. That is pretty standard for hair supplements of almost any brand.

When it comes to the details of the Hair Rush Supplement, this product stands out a little bit more. It rightly claims to have over 20 vitamins, minerals, and herbs among the list of ingredients. Most of these are quite familiar to most hair enthusiasts.

As for the vitamins, there is Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Iodine, Magnesium, and Zinc. Practically all of these Hair Rush ingredients are ones that you should have already heard about as great for hair.  

And those are just the vitamins. As for the herbs, the nettle leaf powder is being studied for its DHT blocking abilities. Meanwhile, the pumpkin seed powder and the Gotu Kola herb (Centella asiatica) are less common, but still great for hair.

The ginkgo, kelp, and saw palmetto are perhaps the biggest names on the list. By biggest, these plants are some of the most recognizable ones that are put in all types of hair products. Saw palmetto, in particular, has had multiple studies done on it to test its usefulness for encouraging hair growth.

Other than those ingredients, the hair Rush Supplement only has a handful or so other ones. One of these is a soluble form of keratin, which is obviously beneficial. Then, there is also silica corn starch, stearic acid, titanium dioxide, and a few other ingredients that you aren’t going to know how to pronounce.

The Advantages

First and foremost, Ultrax Labs makes products that actually work. Though they can never guarantee that their supplement, or any of their other products, will work for everyone, they have a really good track record.

This track record makes sense with the ingredients they have. Though keratin is put in a lot of hair products, soluble keratin is slightly different and is, understandably, much easier for your body to absorb.

Their hassle-free money-back guarantee is also fairly nice. Anything you buy directly from the Ultrax Labs website can get a full refund if you are not 100% satisfied. Simply send them an email to the one they provide within 30 days.

After that, Ultrax Labs will give you a return address, and you will get your full refund. However, you should note that they only do this once per household in order to prevent abuse. They also have a maximum amount of $200 that they will refund.

The fact that the Ultrax Labs website offers you a phone number in addition to an email address is not something to ignore either. With an email, you have to wait for the company’s convenience. With a phone, you can at least try pestering them until they respond. Hence, why not all hair companies bother to have a number.

While that $200 might sound like a lot, considering the price of the Ultrax Labs products, it isn’t. The price of the supplement is certainly not an advantage, but at least Ultrax Labs does offer you the option to subscribe and save.

That, combined with the variety of Ultrax Labs products, allows this website to be like a one-stop shop. This all-in-one feature can be much nicer than having to buy a supplement from one place while getting your shampoo and conditioner elsewhere.

The Disadvantages

The first disadvantage of the Hair Rush Supplement is the cost of it. Compared to the price of other similar supplements, this one from Ultrax Labs costs easily more than double, if not early triple, what you would expect it to be.

And that is without any obvious advantages over its competitors that might make it worth the increased price. The subscribe and save Ultrax Labs offers doesn’t even save you as much either. The measly 5% savings doesn’t take a whole lot off of the price. More than that, other hair loss companies often offer that much or more off for subscribing to them.

Though the hassle-free part of their money-back guarantee is nice, the 30-day part of it is not. One month is seriously not enough time to be able to tell for sure if a hair treatment is working. So, you won’t know in time to send it back, which might be what Ultrax Labs is counting on. In fact, the supplement they offer even specifically says to use it for a minimum of 90 days.

Next, the Ultrax Labs ingredients could use a little work. Maltodextrin and polydextrose and all those other incomprehensible things are questionable at best. Then the corn starch is hardly something that most people want on their hair.

Why some of these ingredients are even included in this supplement is questionable as well. This brings us to the fact that there is a lot of information that Ultrax Labs simply leaves out.

For example, they don’t tell if they use FDA-approved facilities. They also give no clue as to what allergens might be in their products, though there are clearly a few. The same goes for where they get their ingredients from, or anything else that you might want to know about.

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Final Thoughts

All in all, this Ultrax Labs product has a bit going for it, including the recognized ingredients. However, the Hair Rush Supplement also has a way to go as far as weeding out its other ingredients goes. And, as for the cost of their supplement, well, that could use quite a bit of work as well.

In short, the Hair Rush Supplement is one that will probably work for you if you want to try it. However, there are a number of other hair supplements out there that you can get for a much better price. Folexin is a great example of a less expensive hair supplement.

In the case of Folexin, it is both easier on your pocketbook, and it also has a longer track record. This is in addition to the better ingredients, which include none of those questionable ones that don’t help your hair. So, while Hair Rush Supplements might be good, ones like Folexin are better in almost every way.

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Christopher is the founder of Hair Loss Geeks, which launched back in 2011. At the time there wasn't any credible information on the internet about hair loss. As someone suffering from hair loss himself, Christopher began his extensive research journey. After launching the site, he later graduated from Boston University in 2012 with his PhD in Biochemistry. What started off as a hobby project quickly became a bigger focus as it grew. Christopher hopes everyone can learn from both his experience and research.

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