Scalp Med Product Report Sheet

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scalpmedScalp Med is a commercially marketed DHT inhibitor, growth stimulant and vasodilator. It is applied topically. Scalp Med was developed by Shane Malek, director of a hair transplant office called the Nevada Hair and Scalp Institute. It is marketed and produced by Modern Health Labs, Inc, a Culver City, California based company that was established in 2000.

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Company Information

Modern Health Laboratories
PO Box 5273
Culver City, CA 90231-5273



Alcohol 30%
Propylene 50%
Purified water
Minoxodil 5%

Deionized water
Sabal Serrulata
DMDM Hydantoin

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  1. Scalp Med is very disappointing. They say it’s not for everyone when I talked to someone after I used it. Hello how about mentioning it before hand.

  2. Before I used this product my hair was falling out& thinning alittle. When using this product I have lost almost all of my hair on my left side. This crap made me lose my hair not grow it back. False advertisement. Not Happy I want my money back. Got slot of money from me& was mislead. Not good

  3. I used Scalp Med about a year ago, even though it was not recommeded for frontal baldness. I did see some improvement but I have stopped using it because it does not support the use in the frontal baldness. I am actually wondering if that also contributed to my frontal hair being damaged so fast.

  4. I used ScalpMed for about 6 months and at the beginning it seem to stop the shedding and slowed it down a lot. But as I kept using it, my hair started to fall again, but I would say a bit more than before. Aside from that, with ScalpMed your hair will be really greasy and if you use gel or something this might be an issue. I did have possitive results, but they didn’t last too long.

  5. Scalp Med is frequently advertised on late-night television informercials. It is essentially just dressed up Minoxidil (Named “Theroxidil” in their sales literature) mixed with a large array of mostly useless ingredients.

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