Artistic Marketing Promotion of Natural Hair Loss Products

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No particular natural hair loss solution sells as much as some of the best-selling hair-loss medicines – Propecia or Rogaine. However, due to the high selection of natural hair-loss solutions, their combined sales might already surpass the sales of medicinal hair-loss products. The key to the growing popularity of natural solutions is a general belief that they are as effective as medicinal solutions but less pricey and do not carry the danger of negative side effects. However, none of these promises seem be true.

There are many herbal ingredients out there that are thought to treat hair loss in humans but none of them has ever been scientifically proven and separately verified in a statistically considerable sample. Hence, no matter what the advertisers of the natural hair-loss solutions say about the high-caliber effectiveness of their products, you should take their word with a grain of salt. That does not automatically imply, though, that all natural hair-loss cures are a scam. Natural solutions are a mix of numerous elements that are thought to promote hair growth and they may work for some people but their system of action is a mystery and their outcomes usually differ considerably between patients.

Herbal supplements have not been subjected to any extensive medical testing relating to their safety, either alone or in interactions with other substances, as medicinal drugs. Most plants are only tested on rodents not on humans. Furthermore, raising numbers of herbs and herbal products are becoming responsible for nasty allergic reactions. Many advertisers tell you that saw palmetto is as effective as finasteride in treating baldness and that it can be used as its natural substitute. Its mode of action is to decrease the dihydrotestosterone (DHT) levels in your scalp, the same job finasteride does. However, saw palmetto is meant to have no adverse side effects. Saw palmetto simply enjoys the best of both worlds; it is as effective as finasteride but as safe as drinking water. A quick internet research turned up the following list of side effects experienced by saw palmetto users: stomach pains and diarrhoea, severe bleeding during saw palmetto use, allergic reactions, difficulty with erections, testicular discomfort, breast tenderness and enlargement, decline in sexual desire and a signal that saw palmetto extract is not advised for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding because of its possible hormonal activity. This shows that herbal elements may not be so safe after all.

And finally the price comparison does not speak in favour of natural hair-loss products, either. They appear to be some of the most outrageously-overpriced treats for baldness on the market. Sure, it is not easy to defeat the price of cheap generic minoxidil. But why should you pay ten times more for the same minoxidil just because it comes in a box with a few herbs and vitamins? Natural hair-loss solutions usually come as a comprehensive therapy, consisting of topical and oral treatments and a shampoo. You are suggested to use the entire therapy, as the individual elements complement each other. This ensures good profits for the manufacturer.