Hair Loss Treatment
Welcome to the internet,
the snake oil salesman's playground
The internet is a good source to find information and products.
The internet is also a very bad place to find information
and products for sale.
The internet, by its "open borders" and apparent
lack of a cohesive regulatory force, is a 21st Century haven
for con artists of every description. This is never more
true than the field of hair loss treatment for thinning
The 1990s saw a large insurgence in the marketing and sales
of all natural herbal remedies for a variety of ailments.
From St. John's Wort to Ginseng, these "all natural
products" subtly promised a safe and highly effective
(if you read the sales literature) solution to a particular
health problem, without a doctor's prescription.
This movement toward all natural remedies opened the minds
of consumers that legitimate, safe and effective cures can
be obtained easily.
This web-site does not seek to argue the effectiveness
of these "all-natural" herbal remedies claiming
to treat anything except for hair loss.
It is in this one subject area, hair loss, that
- no legitimate claim for an "all-natural remedy"
or "home remedy for hair loss" or "hair loss
miracle cure" can be made. Nor will a "hair loss
shampoo" or a "hair loss vitamin" regrow
hair that has fallen out due to normal hair loss.
A Natural Miracle Hair Loss
Cure Does Not Exist. Period.
Federal Trade Commission flatly states, "there
is no over-the-counter cream, lotion or device that can
induce new hair to grow or cause hair to become thicker."
(Except Minoxidil and Finasteride) Hair-growth remedies
and other health frauds squander billions of dollars, the
The FDA and the established medical community and recognized
hair loss associations worldwide have recognized only 8,
we say again, 8 effective treatments for hair loss. They
(very similar to finasteride, prescribed off-label)
loss surgery (scalp reductions, flaps).
8 . Wigs
(Note: Minoxidil is sometimes misspelled "minoxidol
The FDA has examined more then 250,000 products
claiming to treat hair loss. None of them passed any serious
This web-site examines the tactics and false claims the
con artists selling these products on the internet use to
rope in victims. We hope you will read this web site completely
and follow the links to arm yourself with honest, unbiased
information made by those who have no vested interest in
selling you a sham treatment.
If you want to treat a bald spot, receding hairline, have
female pattern hair loss or thinning hair, then the most
demoralizing thing that could happen is to waste your valuable
money and time on a product, only to find it doesn't work.
Hair loss in men and women is depressing enough, you don't
need the additional heartache of a product that doesn't
work, wastes your money and loses more hair in the natural
Ironically, in researching
these scam sites to build this informative web-site, we
found that the large majority of these products ARE NOT
cheaper then legitimate hair loss treatment methods! As
we start the new decade, Minoxidil and Finasteride offer
succes rates of up to 80 percent and have never been more
affordable. Why would anyone want to spend their money and
time on anything else?