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Hair Research is a non-commercial website. Our aim is to provide scientific and cosmetic research studies of alopecia to doctors and scientists as well as interested readers. We present new ingredients and therapies that can help to prevent hair loss.

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Hair Research is a non-commercial website. Our aim is to provide scientific and cosmetic research studies of alopecia to doctors and scientists as well as interested readers. We present new ingredients and therapies that can help to prevent hair loss.

Our Mission

Hair loss affects both women and men. Hair Research provides an overview of the latest scientific and cosmetic studies published in the field of hair growth disorders, especially in the field of hair loss.
The intention of Hair Research is to provide a link to scientific and cosmetic research and to introduce the reader to a variety of therapeutic options and medicinal or cosmetic ingredients.

Our Aim

To provide an overview of international studies from different countries and continents with different research backgrounds. With the intention to update and continuously improve the knowledge about hair loss and to provide information about possible treatments.

General Information

Please note that we do not claim the legal right to completeness. We are unable to give medical advice. If you have any queries, please consult your doctor. This website is for information purposes only.

Our Mission

Hair loss affects both women and men. Hair Research provides an overview of the latest scientific and cosmetic studies published in the field of hair growth disorders, especially in the field of hair loss.
The intention of Hair Research is to provide a link to scientific and cosmetic research and to introduce the reader to a variety of therapeutic options and medicinal or cosmetic ingredients.

With the intention to update and continuously improve the knowledge about hair loss and to provide information about possible treatments.

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