July 17 2012, 2:52 pm PT | Posted in: Hair Products
Hello Dr Rassman,
I read hair loss blogs and research products on a fairly regular basis. Today I stumbled across a product called Bioscal. Taking a look on the website it seems to have been through numerous clinical trails and the results they claim looked somewhat promising. Here is the link to the website where I have read the information - Bioscal.com.
My question is have you ever heard of this product and what would your comments be over the clinical trail results summarized.
This is another product line that I have no experience with, but am skeptical nevertheless. It appears to be just a set of shampoos and conditioners, but if you think it might be helpful, give it a shot. I doubt you’ll see much benefit as far as hair growth, though.
Their site says it is the “most effective and best documented topical hair loss treatment worldwide” — but I’d expect if this was really the case, it would be more well known and talked about within the industry. It isn’t.
Also, I don’t see where any of their clinical trials were published in peer-reviewed journals… so I don’t know what their trials actually contained. It sounds impressive to say “most effective” and mention studies that were done, but without proof, they’re just claims made on the internet.