Ultrax Labs Hair Solaye Review

05. January 2018 Shampoos 14

Product: Ultrax Labs Hair Solaye | Caffeine Hair Loss Hair Growth Stimulating Solace Conditioner

Size: 8 oz

Price: $49.95

Cheapest place to buy: Amazon.com

Guarantee: 30 day money back


You may have read my other Ultrax Labs Review for the very popular Hair Surge Shampoo.  This is the partner product, intended to be used alongside Hair Surge for maxium results.

Ultrax Hair Solaye is a conditioner containing powerful DHT blockers. It’s intended to be a unisex product, perfectly acceptable to use for both men and women. If you haven’t tried using the same shampoo as your boo, it’s pretty awesome. And de-clutters the shower!

What makes it so special?

Solaye contains moisturizers and DHT blockers that leave a lasting impression in your hair.  It contains many of the same ingredients from Hair Surge, and has a “reinforcing” effect when paired with that shampoo.

The specific ingredients in Solaye include: caffeine, jojoba oil, and Chamomile extract. It also includes lavender, rosemary, eucalyptus, and peppermint extracts. What do each of these do?

caffeine plush hair lossCaffeine:

Caffeine as a hair loss treatment is essentially a miracle.

A revolutionary 2015 study showed that caffeine could encourage hair cells to produce more hair.

The scientists placed follicles from hundreds of different human scalps in petri dishes. Some of the petri dishes were treated with caffeine, some where untreated. The experiment showed that the hair follicles that were spiked with caffeine grew much faster than the untreated cells.

Because of this landmark study, many shampoos, conditioners, and sprays formulated to treat hair loss now include caffeine as a primary ingredient.


Jojoba moisturizes your scalp, stimulating hair growth. Jojoba oil acleanses the scalp of excess sebum build-up, which is scalp oil that’s often too high when there are excess androgens. Jojoba also stimulates circulation on your scalp, bringing new blood to hair follicles and thereby stimulating growth.



Dermatologists in Scotland showed that 44 percent of alopecia patients who were tested experienced new hair growth when they massaged their scalp daily with lavender and other essential oils for seven months.

The essential oil blend included lavender, thyme, rosemary, cedarwood, and the carrier oils were jojoba and grapeseed. Carrier oil dilutes essential oils and helps deliver the healing properties of these strong oils without irritation.


The main benefit from Rosemary for hair loss is in its positive effect on circulation. Technically speaking, it boosts microcapillary perfusion, which in plain language is improved blood flow in the scalp.

As we have learned previously in Penelope’s school of hair loss, stressed scalps have poor blood flow and stressed follicles, which leads to weak and shedding hair.

dandruff rosemaryImproved bloodflow means healthier, stronger follicles that bring nutrition from cells and waste away from cells.

This means more nourished, strong hair and newly-strengthened follicles that are capable of growing new hair.


When mixed with a carrier oil like jojoba and applied to the scalp, eucalyptus gives a tingling sensation which stimulates the hair follicles, and improves blood circulation in the scalp. This brings nutrient-rich blood to every cell and hair follicle, which can then do a better job growing hair!


A study from Toxicological Research showed that peppermint oil solution can promote hair growth. The peppermint oil used performed better than minoxidil, which is a hair growth product approved by United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), commonly found in Rogaine.

Menthol, the main component in peppermint oil, has been shown to increase blood flow to the area where it is applied. Increased bloodflow means increased follicle health and improved hair production.


With anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant, and anti-microbial properties, chamomile encourages healthier hair regrowth. Chamomile also has a calming and soothing effect, which reduces stress, another indirect cause of hair loss. Chamomile conditions the scalp as well as nourishes and strengthens the hair follicles, stimulating the growth of fuller, thicker, healthier hair strands.

Reviews of Ultrax Labs Hair Solaye:

At the time of this post, this conditioner has an average star rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from nearly 1,500 reviews on Amazon.com. The below summary are straight from these reviews.

The Good:

  • Makes hair more lustrous and bouncy
  • New hairs appeared just after a few weeks
  • Small quantity goes a long way
  • Invigorating smell
  • Increased strength and fullness
  • Increased shine
  • Good for style damaged hair
  • Eliminates Dandruff
  • Does not leave hair greasy or coated
  • Makes coarse hair more workable

The Bad:

  • Small quantity for the price
  • Allergic reactions possible
  • Increased fallout initially (this is common for all hair loss treatments)
  • Weighed down some hair
  • Challenge to comb hair after use

female hair loss sadAs you can see, there’s some contradictory information in these reviews. Sadly, this is the state of things in the world of hair loss products.

Some stuff works wonders for some people and causes reactions or irritation in others. And some stuff does work well for everyone, but is financially out of reach.

In the case of this conditioner, at least there’s a 30 day money back guarantee, so you’ll know right away if you’re having a reaction and can return it.

I found all of the specific comments about healthy and luster in hair to be encouraging.

I feel that the positive reviews so vastly outweigh the negatives that this is a product worth trying and using regularly for hair loss.

Overall: a Worthy Pairing with Ultrax Hair Surge

If you’ve already a fan of Hair Surge, you need to give this a shot for the full-on synergistic effect of using both at the same time. If you’re curious, I highly recommend that you try this and Surge.

It’s true, they’re both pricier than the grocery store options by a lot. However, well-forumlated shampoos with clinical strength ingredients like these come at a higher price.(If you need much a lower-priced caffeine shampoo and conditioner, I recommend giving OGX Fight Fallout with caffeine and niacin a shot).

And any of us dealing with hair loss are already accustomed to spending an arm and a leg on stuff like this.

Our hair deserves whatever we can do for it while we still have the chance to regrow from weakened follicles, and protect the hair we already have.

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Any experiences with Solaye, or any other ultrax labs hair products? I’d love to hear about your experiences, good or bad, and so would all the readers here. Thanks for your comments and feedback!

Hair forever!,


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14 thoughts on “Ultrax Labs Hair Solaye Review”

  • 1
    Kody on January 5, 2018 Reply

    This is very helpful, my fiance suffers from having thin hair and falls out often. She reads and tries everything. I’ll show her this when I get home!

    • 2
      Penelope on January 5, 2018 Reply

      Thanks for the feedback, and for passing the info onto your fiance!

  • 3
    Jasmine on January 6, 2018 Reply

    Thanks for the great review Penelope! You always provide the best quality content.

    I like the ultrax and it’s benefits that you talked about, I think I could use a bit more ‘bounce’ in my hair style haha.


    • 4
      Penelope on January 6, 2018 Reply

      Well, bring your bounce and come back and let us know how it’s working for you!

  • 5
    Rob on January 6, 2018 Reply

    I love reading your posts and what you recommend! I am happy to see you review quality Ultrax Labs products. I have full trust in them and the best thing I find is their use of ingredients. So natural and pure! Thanks again Penelope!

    • 6
      Penelope on January 6, 2018 Reply

      thanks again for the feedback, give it a shot and come back and let us know how it works out for you!

  • 7
    Melissa on January 6, 2018 Reply

    I did see your review for the Ultrax shampoo so I was excited to see the conditioner. I am excited to see that they make both. Being that it was difficult for some to comb their hair after do you think you could use a detangler with this somehow? Thanks for the info!

    • 8
      Penelope on January 6, 2018 Reply

      A detangler would work, or you could even follow up with the Ultrax Hair Vigor Mask for even deeper conditioning. One thing I’ve found is that it actually helps to comb my hair before I even take the shower, that way I’m not tempted to comb it when it’s wet (which MAXIMIZES breakage!)

  • 9
    Dira on January 7, 2018 Reply

    Any product that eliminates Dandruff is of interest to me and I appreciate your honest review of it. I was wondering if it works for all kinds of hair?
    My hair has permanent hair straight and I have had bad experiences with shampoos and conditioners: shortly after using them I had breakage.

    • 10
      Penelope on January 8, 2018 Reply

      There are glowing reviews for this product from all kinds of textures of hair, straight to curly to somewhere in between. I highly recommend Ultrax Products to everyone without reservation over hair texture. thanks for the great question!

  • 11
    Megan on January 8, 2018 Reply

    Thank you for continually reviewing quality products so thoroughly. I think this conditioner would smell divine, although as you stated in your cons that allergies may be an issue with so many things interacting. As I have multiple allergies I would definitely do a patch test if I were to use this product.

    • 12
      Penelope on January 8, 2018 Reply

      Probably a great idea, just to be safe. For anyone with allergies, the utmost care and caution must be used! Thanks for reading and for the great feedback 🙂

  • 13
    Tammy on January 9, 2018 Reply

    I had no idea caffeine helps with hair growth. I bet this stuff smells amazing. I love peppermint and eucalyptus. You offer great and thorough articles. Your recommendations are top notch, Thank you!

    • 14
      Penelope on January 9, 2018 Reply

      Glad you learned something new, this information about caffiene is really awesome. Science for the win! Thanks for stopping by to leave some feedback 🙂

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