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Kevis hair loss treatment is not a new solution. In fact, their website states that it has been sold throughout Europe and Asia for over 25 years but has only been available in the United States for 15 years. This is simply the 8th generation of the formula; hence their new name Kevis 8.
But how can such an impressive treatment exist for 10 years yet remain virtually unknown to roughly 70 million balding American men and women? What’s even more surprising is that Kevis claims that published clinical studies give this solution for baldness an average success rate of 92%. So why are so many people still seeking viable hair loss treatments today?
It's also interesting that I continue to get unsolicited junk mail from advertisers for Kevis in my email almost once a week.
What are your thoughts on this treatment? Is it a scam or is there any merit to their claims?
I look forward to your feedback.
Bill - Managing Publisher of the Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Transplant Network and the Hair Loss Forum