An Efficacy Analysis of Populair Hair loss treatments

Many hair loss treatments available via the internet in United Kingdom don’t actually work. In the beginning, we knew this was true, however, we now have evidence to verify it.

Infuriated by the fake advertisements, a firm by the name of MENSCRIPT was forced to commit their own to research every hair loss treatment currently available. They conducted more than 60 research studies in their effort to determine whether these hair loss treatments work as advertised.

Based on their study, 9/10 products which promise to “stop losing hair” do not have any scientific evidence going for it that proofs that it does. That’s right: the claims are untrue. Created to get you to buy their product. The product is not working and is therefore a waste of your money.

Treatments for hair loss that don’t work as advertised are the caffeine shampoo, biotin Viviscal, saw palmetto, and. This is only the top of the iceberg because there are many others which don’t work, and you can learn more about them within the Male Methods to Treat Hair Loss Guide.

This guide reviews each treatment for hair loss individually and offers insight into the amount of studies that are done and what these studies can tell us. Does the product work or is it not? The guide will provide an answer to precisely that question by assessing each product as “effective” or “ineffective“.

Some of the treatment options studied are medical treatments such as minoxidil and finasteride but also cosmetics and devices such as caffeine shampoo, hair transplant surgery, and low-light laser therapy.

Luckily, there are also some treatments that work as advertised. But to find out which one you should choose, be sure go through their Male Hair Loss Guide.