Biocilium – Hair Regrowth Scam

Yet another hair regrowth scam. In this one, they’ve included references to Beyonce, Hugh Laurie, James Nesbitt, Jason Statham, Jeremy Piven, Patrick Stewart, and Johnny Depp. None of whom endorse their product.

DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

The image at the top of this post is from the scam page. Not surprisingly, this is the same image that was used in the Rejuvalex hair regrowth scam.

This ad arrived as spam with the subject line, “Regrow Your Hair in Weeks, New Cure for Hair loss” and claiming there’s a new hair growth drug that’s been “voted #1 for fast hair growth and hair regeneration”. Well, if we’re to believe the ad, there will be a lot more sweeping going on, because the barber shops and hair salons will have a ton of business!

When I clicked on the link, a rather hairy Patrick Stewart was looking back at me.

The ad copy makes a lot of claims about Biocilium – including that scientists are calling this is the ultimate “cure” for hair loss.

BEWARE THE FREE OFFER

As with most of these types of products, they have a “free bottle” offer. This one tries to create a sense of urgency by claiming that there are “only 6 packages still available” and that the promotion ends TODAY (it will auto-populate with the date you are looking at the page).

BUT… there is a hitch. You have to PURCHASE a bottle at the price of about $40 in order to get a free bottle.

Bottom line – I have no idea whether the product does any of the things it claims to, but I would never buy products from any company that fabricates endorsements to promote their products!


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