Help Hair in the News
"Hair transplant surgeon Dr Edward Ball, from The Maitland Clinic in London, has become the first to stock Help Hair in Britain. He says he's happy to endorse the product and says there's compelling evidence to suggest it works."
"While, on the face of it, a drink that promotes hair growth sounds too good to be true. It’s fair to say that there were those of us in the industry were sceptical when the shake was first announced. But there’s a reason that a growing number of hair transplant surgeons, particularly in places like the US and Belgium, are sitting up and taking notice - and it’s because the science stacks up."
"This shake is also largely unprocessed and un-denatured, meaning they contain lots of growth factors that promote good hair retention."
"Some shakes contain substances such as creatine and are made from heavily processed whey isolates. This new breed of protein shake works very differently."
"In a study due to be released next month, the world's leading hair transplant and hair loss expert Dr. Larry Shapiro will show that men and women have been losing their hair from using popular weight loss and workout products that contain whey protein isolate- and it's not just their genes that are to blame."
"Dr. Larry Shapiro is one of the few physicians who will lecture about the diagnosis and prevention of hair loss at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)'s 20th Annual World Anti-Aging Congress."
"Courtesy of CBS News, this CBS News 4 report discusses human growth hormone & damage to hair."