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By Amazon Hair Caffeine shampoo, 3 x 250ml - £6.45 at Amazon

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Great alternative for alpecin

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by Amazon Hair Caffeine shampoo, 3 x 250ml. Apply a generous amount to wet hair, gently massage the scalp and roots with finger tips. Rinse thoroughly. For external use only. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.


  • 3 x 250ml
  • Contains caffeine, wheat protein, menthol and vitamin B3. This nourishing formula helps to strengthen the hair and can help to reduce the effects of hair loss
  • Delicately washes the hair and leaves the scalp feeling refreshed
  • Dermatologically tested
  • For external use only. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water

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    This is snake oil. Listen to the BBC 'Sliced Bread' radio programme on Caffeine Shampoo.
    It's not directly stated that this helps treat hairloss but it is implied with some products. There are very few known treatments that are safe and known to treat baldness in males and these are Minoxidil and either Finasteride or Dutasteride and maybe derma-rolling. Nothing else is proven or if it works it is not safe to take. Trials are under way on other treatments but are limited by our current knowledge which currently is that we do not fully understand the mechanism behind balding and we know that it is androgen based and DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) plays a major role.

    Currenty there is no cure for baldness and if treated early by the known working treatments they can either slow down the process, halt the process or not work at all. The only other treatment is to move the hair from a region 'immune' to the balding process, usually the back of the head and/or beard hair region. You don't gain hair you just move it to give a cosmetic effect of having more hair.

    If you are considering treating baldness then Minoxidil is over the counter but Finasteride should be prescribed, all medications can have side effects, always consult with a medical professional before using any of them.
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    is this shampoo as good as the Alpecin? my Alpecin is finishing soon.
    In the sense that neither will reduce hair loss, it's just as good as Alpecin.
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    I bought some of the posh stuff after finding a bottle left behind in the showers at a campsite we were using. I don't need it.
    Using shower gel that gets forgotten about is a secret hobby. I just wanted to get that off my chest.
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    I have problems sleeping as it is. Damned if I will let my hair party all night
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    @Bades , Yes beard and your maws bushes, keeps em nice and tidy. (edited)
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    This keeps the hair awake?
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    Me too at the gym! I've been using caffeine shampoo for a while and made absolutely no difference.
    Congratulations on your first post! Wish I could find one to post on here as can't seem to find any!!
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    Get finasteride pills from the NHS if you want to reduce hair loss.
    I would imagine you can’t get this prescribed from the NHS? It’s a pretty cosmetic/aesthetic issue.
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    Is this suitable for beard's (asking for a friend)
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    I think these help a bit, less hair in sink but only delays the end
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    @TristanDeCoonha Come to me when you can't sleep with some lotion, I will put you to sleep. 😜 (edited)
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    @LinaBell much better
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    I mean, it at least slows down the process, right? I thought Alpecin was clinically proven to do this?
    Alpecin TV ads don't claim that and for good reason. (edited)
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    £5.48 for me with S&S
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    Only on 2nd bottle and defo working for me - although it has turned me into a scouser!
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    Thank you for posting and congratulations on your first hotukdeals thread