Using Caffeine shampoos to treat hair loss

A rel­a­tively new hair loss treat­ment is gain­ing in pop­u­lar­ity as stud­ies con­firm its Plantur 39 Caffeine Shampoo for coloured hairben­e­fits as a hair loss treat­ment. Caf­feine is usu­ally asso­ci­ated with cof­fee drinks which are derived from cof­fee bean extracts. How­ever, Caf­feine sham­poo is becom­ing more widely avail­able as it has been proven to be an effec­tive ingre­di­ent in hair loss prod­ucts, such as Plan­tur 39 caf­feine sham­poo and Alpecin dou­ble effect sham­poo.

Caf­feine acts nat­u­rally as a pes­ti­cide in the leaves and fruits of cer­tain plants, where it can cause paral­y­sis in cer­tain species of insect who may be attracted to the plant as a source of food. For humans, how­ever, it is safe to use in var­i­ous food­stuffs and drinks after being extracted from cof­fee plant beans and leaves of the tea bush.

Hair loss treat­ments have his­tor­i­cally been like search­ing for the Holy Grail for the many men suf­fer­ing from hair loss. One half of all men have hair loss to some degree and many feel the need to find a solu­tion to either reduce the hair loss, or make a recov­ery to fuller growth.

By far the most com­mon rea­son for hair loss in men is andro­ge­netic alope­cia, in other words – hered­i­tary male pat­tern hair loss. Passed down from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion, such hair loss is always dif­fi­cult to cure and remains one of the main cos­metic issues faced by men today.

Hair roots gen­er­ally grow in an 8-year cycle, pro­duc­ing new hair dur­ing a growth phase that is repeated around a dozen times before the root dies. How­ever, a hered­i­tary excess of testos­terone weak­ens the hair roots in the scalp, caus­ing hair loss due to pre­ma­ture end of the hair root. Testos­terone achieves this by pre­vent­ing the nat­ural sup­ply of an energy com­pound to the hair root which is required to main­tain the growth phase of the hair root.

A caf­feine sham­poo coun­ter­acts the reduc­tion of the nat­ural energy com­pound at the hair root by pro­vid­ing active ingre­di­ent at the root, thus pro­mot­ing an extended growth phase. Alpecin dou­ble effect sham­poo is one such caf­feine sham­poo which, when applied daily, has been shown to remain on the scalp even Alpecin Shampoo for hair loss after a short appli­ca­tion period. This pro­motes the absorp­tion of caf­feine into the scalp and the hair fol­li­cle is pro­vided with the energy needed to con­tinue pro­duc­ing hair. As a result, pre­ma­ture hair loss is pre­vented, hair root activ­ity is increased and the speed of hair growth is improved. These ben­e­fits also apply to peo­ple who suf­fer from trac­tion alope­cia, mak­ing Alpecin dou­ble effect sham­poo a suit­able sham­poo for peo­ple with trac­tion alope­cia or thin­ning hair.

An inde­pen­dent Ger­man study has suc­cess­fully shown that the caf­feine com­po­nent of the Alpecin sham­poo is capa­ble of coun­ter­ing the neg­a­tive effects of testos­terone on the male hair fol­li­cle that would nor­mally lead to male pat­tern bald­ness. The study con­cluded that using a caf­feine sham­poo resulted in an aver­age hair growth increase of over 45% and the life of the hair was increased by over one third.

Plan­tur 39 caf­feine sham­poo is also pro­moted as a hair loss rem­edy for women. As estro­gen per­forms a nat­ural pro­tec­tion for women’s hair fol­li­cles early in their life, it is only after the menopause that an increase in testos­terone can lead to hair loss for women. Daily treat­ment with Plan­tur 39 caf­feine sham­poo can counter act this dam­ag­ing increase is testos­terone and pro­mote a longer more pro­duc­tive growth cycle for the hair follicle.

For men and women alike, caf­feine sham­poo is help­ing improve the con­di­tion of the scalp and encour­age a health­ier head of hair, thanks to daily treat­ments of caffeine.

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