Keranique Reviews (Hair Growth Treatment, Shampoo Review)

Keranique Reviews (Hair Growth Treatment, Shampoo Review)

Keranique Reviews

We have fielded a number of questions about the effectiveness of Keranique. So, we have decided to pool many different Keranique reviews into one place, aiming to answer those questions more clearly.

As you may know, we have already covered this topic a few times on Hair Growth Pills. We recently launched a page that covered a number of your Keranique questions and essentially exposed the truth (in our opinion) of this topic. In that page we made it clear that this is a product that works for some. But it is also a product that doesn’t work for everyone, a product that has some side effects and a product that needs to be used with care.

As if to emphasize that, here are a few Keranique reviews. These have been taken from readers of Hair Growth Pills, as well as a couple of our writers. We’ve tried to provide some varied opinions and have also provided a variety of test subjects so you can find someone who relates to you and might have similar experiences.

Keranique Reviews

So, let’s get to it. Below you will find a list of Keranique reviews from genuine users of this product. These should be taken as they are: opinions. At the time of writing we are not affiliated with this product or with any of their rivals. Our goal is to provide genuine, helpful opinions. We ask our readers to remember that because one user had a bad experience or a positive experience, it doesn’t mean they will.

These Keranique reviews have been provided by the reviewer and then compiled and edited by our own writers in order to ensure they are ready for publication.

Keranique Review 1: Sandy

Keranique Shampoo Review


Sandy is a 40 year old female with thinning hair.

My hair began thinning after pregnancy. I suffered from postpartum hair loss like many women, but poor diet, poor care and a number of other factors made that issue continue.

After letting it get out of hand, I had really bad thinning hair. It was wiry, thin, uncomfortable. I was embarrassed, so I used Keranique in the hope I could fix it.

Within 3 weeks I didn’t see any improvements. However, a few weeks later I began noticing that my hair was thicker. I am now 8 weeks in and I do notice some positive changes. I wouldn’t go as far as saying it cured me. But it does seem to have done something and that’s a plus.

Keranique Review 2: Michael

Michael is 56 and only has hair on the sides and back of his head.

I have been bald as a baby since I was 35. In fact my niece was born with more hair on her head than I’ve had grow on mine in 20 years!

I have used Saw Palmetto before. I have used Propecia before. I’ve used hair growth vitamins. Supplements. You name it, I have used it. Usually, it’s not easy to tell whether something works or not when you’re using so many products together like I was. But I know that none of them worked, because I didn’t see a single new hair sprout on my head!

I had avoided using Minoxidil because a friend of mine had a bad experience with it. I know it’s just one experience, these things happen. But I’m a little bit of a hypochondriac, so it put me off. If I had known that Keranique contained Minoxidil when I first took it, I wouldn’t have gone anywhere near it, but I didn’t. I saw an ad for a product that was just a simple shampoo and I dived right in. Stupid really, I know. But I did’t have any bad side effects, so everything work out in that regard.

As for positive effects, I didn’t see any of those either.

I followed the label. I did as I should have done. But I didn’t see anything on the top of my head. I did notice that the hairs on the sides and back of my head seemed to grow. I’m not sure if that’s just my imagination or if that is actually the case. I’m now wondering if the hair follicles on the top of my head are somehow dead, in which case the Keranique never stood a chance.

I know many Keranique reviews are hit and miss. I’m a rarity in the sense that I’m still up in the air with this one. I imagine that it probably will work, but that my scalp, on the top at least, is beyond help. I’m now contemplating hair transplants and will maybe order some more Keranique when that happens. That way I can truly understand if it works. And if it does, it will mean thicker, longer hair in a place I previous had none!

Keranique Review 3: Kieran

Kieran is a 25 year old man with a rapidly receding hair line.

I have grey hairs. But I don’t care. It’s something that my partner and mother always pointed out, as if I was supposed to be concerned about them. I think the same applies to many men and most of us don’t care. We know that grey hair is not an issue and that the real worry is a receding hair line.

Such is the case with me. I have a young face, but the hairline of a 50 year old. Add the fact that I’m a little chubby, and I look like a full-grown baby. Not ideal. If I wasn’t already married, I’d have a hard time getting a girlfriend I’m sure.

My hairline has always been a problem and a concern. So, I used Keranique to try and fix the problem. Within a few weeks I began to notice some positive effects. My hair did look thicker and it did seem to grow longer. I have always struggled with my hair. I’ve never liked it, so I’ve usually just shaved it off, which doesn’t help with the hairline problem.

But as it grew, I began liking the way it looked and felt, so I let it grow more. After 6 weeks or so, I became convinced that the Keranique had worked. My partner, on the other hand, tells me that my hairline just looks better because my hair is longer.

I’m not sure what to believe. I know for a fact that my hairline hasn’t grown back. But I also know that my hair looks and feels better and that I’m more confident than ever as a result. Who knows, maybe I’ll start slathering some of it on my chin as well. Always wanted a big beard

Keranique Review 4: Jessica

Keranique Hair Growth Treatment Review

Jessica is a 32 year old female worried about brittle, damaged hair from years of tight hairstyles.

I never realized I had a problem with my hair because it was always contorted into an elaborate hair style (editor note: never a good idea, as described on our Hair Loss for Women and Hair Loss for Men articles). When I was 30, I decided to just let my hair grow. I had a new boyfriend who hated the previous hairstyles and encouraged me to let out my natural hair.

I was shocked to discover that it was in terrible condition. It was breaking, practically falling out. So, I stopped the tight hairstyles. I stopped dyeing and even straightening. I started using Keranique and also tried to increase my level of B Vitamins and other vitamins for hair growth.

Within 3 months, my hair was much better. And I mean much better. I attributed a lot of this to the Keranique, but in truth, it might have been a combination of everything. Still, my hair looks better. It’s thicker. It’s not falling out and it even has a shine to it. So, if it is the combination that worked, then it’s a combination that someone should be bottling and selling.

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