According to MENSCRIPT the online health clinic that is specialized in providing online treatments for hair loss within the United Kingdom, it doesn’t.
The health clinic online conducted an investigation into the science of health and discovered that the vast majority of the studies that are referred to in the marketing materials as “proof” for the efficacy for their shampoo containing caffeine seem to have been financed by the company.
This isn’t clear for a variety of studies, but researchers suspect the research conducted in 2010, 2011 as well as 2013 and 2018 were funded by the manufacturer. This is due to the fact that all four studies were conducted in the hands of the identical Italian scientists in the exact same way and for the exact same company that is Dr. Kurt Wolff GmbH.
The products that were investigated include: Alpecin Caffeine shampoo, Alpecin Caffeine lotion, Plantur21 and Plantur39.All owned by Dr. Kurt Wolff GmbH. While the authors do not claim to have received financial aid but the authors do thankDr.Kurt Wolff GmbH for the provided product samples: “The authors thank Dr.Kurt Wolff GmbH Germany for the product samples provided for the study. ”
They believe that studies have been created on a continual basis with the intention to provide positive results for a drug that hasn’t been proved to be effective in any way.
To complete analysis can be read on MENSCRIPT’s website: Caffeine shampoo for hair loss: a waste of time and money