Men's Hair Loss

Hair loss is typically nothing to worry about - but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a problem for you. Read More See less

As your hair gets thinner, you may begin to lose your confidence and identity. So, if you’re looking to thicken your hair, promote hair growth and prevent any further loss, we have a selection of minoxidil products like Regaine and Sons and caffeine shampoos such as Nourkin and Alpecin to help you feel good about your hair again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is caffeine shampoo?

Caffeine shampoos, like Alpecin and Plantur 39, are designed to treat hair loss by using caffeine extract.


The idea is that caffeine will be absorbed into the scalp and stimulate the hair follicles to regrow, however, research into its efficacy is ongoing.


It’s recommended that you should leave the shampoo in your hair for around 2 minutes before rinsing.

What causes hair loss in men?

Hair loss in men is usually hereditary, and this is a permanent type of hair loss but there are treatments such as minoxidil that can stop the balding process and encourage hair to grow.

Hair loss can also be caused by illness, stress, hormonal changes, or medication.

What hair loss treatments are available for men?

Hair transplants are pricey, so you might want to consider other treatment options first if you’re struggling with hair loss.


There’s a range of hair and scalp treatments that may promote hair growth in men, like Regaine products, or oral medication like Nourkrin tablets which aid the growth of new hair, whilst protecting your current.


Your doctor or pharmacist might prescribe you Finasteride, a medicine designed to treat men with mild to moderate hair loss.

Should I use minoxidil if my hair loss is caused by something that isn't hereditary?

You should not use minoxidil if your hair loss is anything other than hereditary.

This includes hair loss caused by medical treatments or an all over loss of body hair.

If you’re unsure what is causing your hair loss, speak to your doctor or pharmacist to see if this product is suitable for you.

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