Posted on 25th March 2019 at 12:00
Caffeine shampoo is a product that’s been filling the shelves of our local supermarkets and drugstores for quite some time, having won its success by drawing people to the many benefits it’s said to hold; such as hair regrowth, and the prevention of hair loss. These claims are based upon the results of a 2007 lab experiment that found caffeine stimulated the regrowth of hair follicles in a petri dish. But how do these results reflect upon the effectiveness of caffeine shampoo? Does the product work as well as it is said to?