All Hair Loss Treatments analysed. An report on efficacy by MENSCRIPT

A majority of the hair loss treatments that are offered online in the United Kingdom don’t actually work. In the beginning, we knew that was the case but we now have evidence to prove it.

Infuriated by the fake advertisements, a firm by its name, MENSCRIPT, took it upon them to analyze every treatment for hair loss currently in existence. They gathered more than 60 scientific studies to discover if the hair loss treatments are as effective in the way they claim to.

Based on their study the 9/10 products that promise to “stop hair loss” do not have any scientific evidence to support it, which proves that it works. Also, the claims are untrue. It’s a lie to convince you to purchase their product. It’s a product that isn’t working and, therefore, is an utter waste of money.

Hair loss treatments that don’t perform as claimed are: caffeine shampoo, biotin Viscal, saw palmetto, and saw palmetto. This is just the beginning of the list as there are many more which don’t work, and you can discover more information about this in the Male Hair Loss Treatment Guide.

This guide examines every hair loss treatment separately and provides information on the number of studies which are done and what these studies can tell us. Does the treatment work or does it not? The guide will give the answer to that issue by assessing every method as “effective” and “ineffective”.

Among the treatments analysed are medical treatments such as minoxidil or finasteride. There are as well as cosmetics and equipment like caffeine shampoo hair transplant surgery and low light laser therapy.

However, there are certain treatments that work in the manner they claim to. However, in order to know which one, you have to read their article which you can find here: Male Hair Loss: Treatment Guide