Have you ever thought about whether the caffeine shampoo works in preventing hair loss? As per MENSCRIPT the health clinic online which specializes in providing online treatment for hair loss in the United Kingdom, it doesn’t.
There’s a dazzling talent in figuring out ways to make use of inferior grade coffee that isn’t able to be sold to the public for consumption. A successful marketing campaign featuring an expert in white clothes will make a sale to someone whose self-esteem has been sinking into the plug holes… and his hair.
There’s an German product known as Alpecin An “After Shampoo Liquid’. Alpecin claims to increase hair growth back due to its caffeine concentration.
The company’s makers have conducted research and have surprisingly discovered it produces positive results in hair growth. The problem is that the results were achieved by removing hair follicles of men who were balding and creating them artificially in a lab.
The follicles were subjected to the testosterone dose and some were exposed caffeine. The growth rate was decreased in the follicles with testosterone doses that is the case in the male pattern hair loss. In contrast, in the follicles which were exposed to caffeine and testosterone the growth of new cells was stimulated.
However, it should be noted that the growth of hair follicles within an experiment tube or petrie dish isn’t an measure of the extent to which this could be done on a head of a man.
There is no evidence that can be substantiated clinically exists to support the claim the effectiveness of caffeine-based shampoos. In the UK only two treatments have been scientifically proven to increase hair growth. These treatments include Finasteride (a prescription drug) along with Minoxidil (available in the form of a lotion or foam to apply on the scalp).
Don’t invest on coffee shares… hoping for a caffeine-infused miracle cure for your hair loss! Save your money and get your favorite cappuccino every day so you can drink your coffee the way the universe wanted it to be. You never knowwhen that coffee might actually get into your head.
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