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Wellman Tricologic – Does it Prevent Hair Loss?

Tricologic is a hair supplement that can be used by both men and women produced by Wellman.  It’s a relatively new line for Wellman but the name has spread rapidly because of the vast amounts of advertising carried out for the product.

Wellman TricologicTricologic is an herbal product that contains vitamins, minerals and nutrients.  It’s a similar product to Hair Vitalics, and a number of other well-known hair supplements.

But what is the purpose of Wellman Tricologic? Will it help prevent hair loss like the proven treatments do?

As stated on the Wellman website, Tricologic helps to ‘maintain healthy hair growth and hair follicles’.  Like all other non-proven hair supplements, Tricologic is designed to maintain the condition of the hair, but will not significantly help to reduce, prevent, or reverse hair loss. There are a number of similar supplements for healthy hair, but only two medical treatments that have been proven to prevent and reverse hair loss.

The two medically proven hair loss treatments are Propecia and Minoxidil. They have undergone vigorous clinical testing and are the only ones to have been licensed for the prevention of hair loss by both the MHRA and FDA in the UK and USA respectively, for the prevention of hair loss. You can find more information on these treatments on the HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS PAGE.

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21st December, 2009 at 5:43 pm

waleed mohammad ishaq

Hi, how are you? I'm using Tricologic tablet for two months and I'm not getting any result. So does anyone have any idea to prevent hair loss? They can email in my id. thankz

23rd December, 2009 at 12:27 pm

Sophie

Hi Waleed Thankyou for your comment. The Belgravia Centre bases most of its treatment courses around proven hair loss treatments Propecia and Minoxidil. These treatments are tailored to suit a client's type and stage of hair loss and supported by a suitable hair growth booster such as the HairMax LaserComb and Hair Vitalics, to enhance the results. To see the kind of results men and women have achieved using these individualised treatment programmes, take a look at the hair loss success stories link. I would strongly recommend that you contact the centre for a consultation so that a specialist can diagnose your hair loss and recommend the best course of treatment for you. Appointments are free of charge. To book, call 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Alternatively, complete the online diagnostic form for a home-use treatment course via mail order. I hope this helps.

19th June, 2011 at 4:59 pm

anna

Can i use it if pregnant?

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