Here is our real life honest review of HeadOn. This product was offered on the market as a topical headache relief product. In our analysis of this product, we didn't find many good things said about it and we barely even found any for sale on the market. Our review will show you that this product did not back it's claims and did not live up to it's name.
HeadOn was marketed with a commercial that said the name repeatedly and was sold only for a short time. Most places have since discontinued sales of this product, yet some can still be found in internet clearance outlets. It is supposed to relieve headaches and migraines topically, but the main ingredient was not even approved for use on the skin. It is marketed as a homeopathic remedy for headaches. It contains ingredients that are diluted down to homeopathic "safe-levels" and are generally safe for use. The product also bears the Homeopathic certification, Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia United States (H.P.U.S.) which means the product is regulated for homeopathic strength and quality. It is not FDA approved. Our opinion is that this product was backed by a lot of hype and a very repetitive commercial. It did carry a few recommendations and positive customer reviews, but only a few. For the most part people complained of a burning sensation and no headache relief at all. The manufacturer does have a website, but they just fall short on giving many details about the product.
This product really had no claims at all, only a commercial stating that you should put HeadOn onto your forehead. You can just assume that they were meaning that you put this on your forehead if you have a headache. The commercial really kind of turned people off, because of the repetitive nature. Some were so desperate to cure a bad headache or migraine that they just eventually tried it to see if it would work. They really just got kind of lucky that they even sold anything it seems. Yes, people tried HeadOn. Yes, some people did find relief with HeadOn. Those claims are true. The fact that it really does anything for headaches, no one will ever truly know. The repetitive nature of the commercial is pretty much the only positive selling point this product has. Whenever anyone saw it being applied to the forehead, they just assumed what it was for. Whenever they got a headache that nothing else would work for, they tried it. There really wasn't much testing or product research done at all. The main ingredient, Potassium dichromate, is used in etching glass and developing photos. It is generally caustic to human skin, but is diluted to homeopathic levels for safety of use. Many people are afraid to use this chemical on their skin even if it is diluted to homeopathic levels. Also, it is made mostly from wax which further refutes any valid claims of headache relief.
Cost and Money-Back Guarantee
Well, if the product does not work then consumers are not out too much for trying it. HeadOn retails for about $35.00 at most major drug retailers. You can make the choice to walk in and buy it at a drug store, so there is not internet commitments to auto-ship or giving out your credit card number. If it doesn't work you can return it to the retailer you bought it from according to the retailers return policy.
HeadOn Final Review
Homeopathic remedies are a very popular way of treating many conditions. There are a lot of people who swear by homeopathy and state that it really does work. HeadOn seemed to fall short of any results as a homeopathy treatment for headaches. Well, if headaches are what it is for. People were impressed by the ease of use and lack of pills they had to take, but on the flip-side, it needed to be more effective as a product. We're sorry HeadOn, after giving the product a thorough analysis, we just didn't see how this product measures up to other all-natural or homeopathic remedies. Customer satisfaction was low, people didn't like the advertisement and it was a bit pricey. The good news is the company that first made this remedy has changed hands and it has been reformulated. This is proof that there is some hope for HeadOn and we will see if the ratings begin to improve. At this time we cannot recommend HeadOn for a headache remedy. Maybe in the future if this product receives more positive feedback. The company could also try to create a better marketing program and commercial. But for now, this isn't a product we would suggest.