DrFormulas HairOmega Hair Growth Serum


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DrFormulas HairOmega 2% Minoxidil Hair Growth Serum 60ml

DHT Blockers help support healthy hair growth by supporting healthier levels of DHT. Herbs used in DrFormulas Topical Hair Growth Support blocks DHT using ingredients like saw palmetto and grape seed extract. Contains 2% Minoxidil.

Extracted from the fruit of the Serenoa repens tree, saw palmetto is a natural DHT blocker that helps support hair growth.

Key Benefits:

  • DrFormulas Topical Hair Growth Support promotes healthy hair growth in two ways: 1) Blocks DHT using its unique blend of herbal ingredients. 2) Boosts circulation to the scalp, helping to nourish hair roots and follicles
  • DrFormulas Topical Hair Growth Support combines potent ingredients with a blend of herbal DHT blockers
  • Each bottle contains 2oz (60ml), a 1 month supply. Does not contain artificial colours and flavours, chemical preservatives, or gluten
  • Made in a FDA Inspected, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) facility in the USA from US and imported ingredients

Grape Seed Extract
Grape seed extract is rich in resveratrol, which has been shown to have a number of health benefits including improving circulation and supporting heart health. It may also help wound healing. Because it helps with circulation, grape seed extract can benefit hair by allowing oxygen and other nutrients to reach hair follicles.

Of the many hair growth products on the market today, DrFormulas Topical Hair Growth Support stands out because of its unique blend of ingredients that support hair growth. 


  • Apply 1ml with dropper 2 times per day directly onto the scalp in the hair loss area
  • Using more and/or more often will not improve results
  • Continued and consistent use is necessary to increase and keep your hair regrowth, or hair loss will begin again
  • May slightly increase hair loss initially