A review for the hair loss treatment Profollica was recently published on hairlosshaven.com.
Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/01/2013 -- Today hairlosshaven.com has published a review for the controversial hair loss treatment Profollica. After a few months of use by a small group of people the author has decided to publish his findings on the Profollica treatment. While this review on the product is only based on a small group of people it should give you an indication of whether or not the product could potentially be effective. However, the findings definitely aren't definitive.
"It's not like a serious drug trial where you have hundreds of different participants. This treatment was only tested on a small number of people who volunteered to take the treatment." says Walter Stevens.
The review generally focuses on the treatment's ingredients rather than the actual effectiveness of the product. The substances used in the treatment are the focus rather than how well it helps to treat hair loss. Many of these ingredients you can pick up on their own in different supplement packages. The author makes sure to point out that with most of these so-called "natural" treatments you can pick up the ingredients at your local grocery store.
"There's nothing particularly special about Profollica. It's just that it saves you the time and money of buying each ingredient individually and attempting to make your own product that way. Most people are pretty lazy when it comes to buying supplements so these types of treatments tend to sell very well." says James Briggs.
In fact, despite some of his findings the author doesn't necessarily recommend that you buy this particular product. "You don't need to buy an all in one hair loss treatment like this. People who have the time and patience (like me; I'm retired) should not have a problem tracking down the 9 or 10 different ingredients in this particular treatment." says the author.
The author also goes to great lengths to point out that this product has not been approved by the FDA for the treatment of hair loss. It's not a pharmaceutical drug and wasn't created by the pharmaceutical industry for treating hair loss. "If you're looking for an FDA approved treatment for hair loss then look somewhere else. This is a natural product for dealing with hair loss." says Briggs.
Hairlosshaven.com is a site dedicated to informing people about the condition of hair loss, its causes and the many different ways you can treat the issue. We also cover a number of different news related topics related to hair loss. Recently the site has changed ownership and we are looking to promote the site in different ways.
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