Toppik for hair loss: Scam or miracle treatment?

Published: 09th April 2008
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Toppik for hair loss: Scam or miracle treatment?

If you have been looking for products to promote hair growth you've probably seen your fair share of scam products. You may have even tried some of these "miracle cures" which turn out to be nothing more than a way to empty your wallet. So it is no wonder that when a product comes along claiming to get results in 30 seconds, many people are sceptical. Here we look at some of the claims made for the Toppik hair loss product to help you decide if it is a scam or not.

What is Toppik?

It's a product that is applied to thinning hair to give the appearance of a fuller more natural head of hair. It is a cosmetic product rather than a cure.

How Does it Work?

The product consists of thousands of artificial hair fibers. These are shaken onto the head using a special application can. They then blend imperceptibly with the natural hair to cover any thin areas.

Will it Fall Out?

The hair fibers are statically charged and bind strongly to the natural hair. They will stay in place whatever the weather conditions such as wind and rain. At the end of the day you can shampoo the product out.

I'm a Woman, Will It Still Work?

Toppik is suitable for use by both men and women. In fact women can get extremely good results because they often have thin hair that covers their whole head rather than bald patches.

How Long Does It Take?

The product is very quick to use. It can take as little as 30 seconds to apply it. It is recommended that it be applied fresh each day.

Is It Safe?

This product has no known side effects. There are no drugs or pills to take.

I Already Use Minoxidil

You can still use Toppik even if you are taking popular hairloss products like minoxidil. You can also combine the treatment with a hairloss shampoo that gives a fuller appearance to the hair.

Is Toppik a Scam?

Toppik is a genuine product that is used by make up artists, TV and movie stars. It gives a realistic appearance of a full head of hair without the expense or inconvenience of a hairpiece.

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