Hairguard Biogaine Anti-Hairloss Serum Review

Hairguard’s Biogaine Anti-Hairloss Serum, previously known as the Scalp Elixir, honestly looked too good to be true on paper. However, when I finally gave it a try, I think I may have just found the anti-hair loss serum for me.

I was skeptical at first since I couldn’t believe how a 100% drug-free serum could do the job. I mean, aren’t these pharmaceutical formulations supposed to help?

I took the leap and tried it out so you won’t have to. This Hairguard review will hopefully help you decide as well if Biogaine is worth your penny and your time.

How Biogaine Works: General Features

First, let’s take a look at how Biogaine works. What are its general features and what promises does it leave you with? Do these promises hold true in my experience?

Easy to Apply

This advanced hair growth stimulant is meant to be left on your scalp daily. You simply drop it onto your scalp and carry on with your day.

It takes less than two minutes to apply thoroughly and will essentially last the entire day.

It also doesn’t require any rinsing off after applying. This is great for people who have busy schedules and can’t be bothered with lengthy routines.

It’s Part of a Three-Step Process

I personally like that Hairguard has a three-step system where the Biogaine serum is incorporated. It’s helpful for newcomers who aren’t quite sure where to start when it comes to hair loss formulations.

Hairguard suggests that you pair their serum with their shampoo to increase the effectiveness of the product. It’s a great concept because it gives you products that can work hand in hand to achieve the same goal.

You won’t have to experiment with different products that can go with the serum because Hairguard already offers them.


Unfortunately, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies with Biogaine. Its previous product version, the Scalp Elixir, was priced significantly less than this new formulation.

In fact, Biogaine is almost triple the price of its predecessor. The old product version had a pretty good following and many were sad to see it go and be replaced by a more expensive version.

This is the main drawback I’ve noticed with this serum. I’ve never tried Scalp Elixir, but people who have are claiming that the old formula was much better—and the prices were more affordable too.

The Serum’s Selling Points

Well, what exactly does this new product version have to offer?

Science-Backed Ingredients

Biogaine proved to me that Hairguard isn’t afraid to tell you what’s in their serum. The primary ingredients of this serum are:

  • Redensyl
  • Adenosine
  • Caffeine
  • Red Clover Extract
  • Zinc

All of these ingredients add to Hairguard’s hair growth stimulant formula. According to them, all of these ingredients are scientifically backed by clinical studies. Each primary ingredient works with the other for the common goal of improving hair growth and blocking DHT.

Hairguard Brand Story

100% Drug-Free

Because it’s 100% drug-free, you can expect that it’s a fairly natural product with chemical-free ingredients too.

The absence of any chemicals meant that the serum wasn’t greasy nor was it harsh on hair and scalp. Overall, it just felt like it was gently helping my hair follicles.

Moreover, I like the idea of using zero pharmaceutical formulations because there are no scary chemicals that can make your scalp feel zapped. You may want to try this serum if you’re not a big fan of chemicals like me.

Blocks DHT

Biogaine’s formulation also aims to block DHT—the hormone that interrupts the growth of hair follicles. When DHT is blocked, your hair’s growth cycle prospers. This means that the anagen or the growth phase of your hair is increased.

This is one of Biogaine’s promises. Since it helps block DHT directly, it promotes hair growth and also strengthens your hair.

Biogaine’s DHT-blocker claim proved to be true for me because I noticed less hair breakage and faster regrowth rates for my hair. It was a lot stronger and felt less prone to shrinkage and hair fall.


Hair growth is complicated—Hairguard says this themself. Products like Biogaine may or may not 100% work for you and your hair.

However, because of their non-pharmaceutical formula, I think it’s still worth a try because there’s a possibility that this elixir helps with your hair growth just like it did mine.

I hope this Hairguard review helped you in one way or another, and I wish you the best of luck on your hair growth journey!

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