A consumer-based survey study on Mintop shampoo in women with hair fall
Keywords:Hair fall, Hair loss, Alopecia, Procapil, Redensyl, Mintop
Background: Consumers worldwide are concerned about their diet, health, lifestyle, and hair care. Considering hair care is a crucial part of daily beauty routines, this survey aims to evaluate the effects of Mintop Shampoo (containing Procapil 1% and Redensyl 1%) in women with hair fall.
Methods: A total of 165 females were enrolled in the survey, as per the study inclusion/exclusion criteria. Mintop shampoo (test product) was provided to the study participants and were instructed to use the product at home for a period of 30 days. The data was collected using a Consumer survey Questionnaire. A self-assessment questionnaire was filled out at the end of the survey and collected from participants. The percentage of participants reporting top 3 scores (on a 5-point scale) was considered for data analysis.
Results: 93.33 % of participants agreed that the product was effective in slowing down hair fall, and 93.94% of participants agreed that the product was effective in reducing the dryness of hair. 93.94% of participants agreed that the product was effective in improving dull hair to full-life hair (Bounce and Volume). 93.33% of participants agreed that the product was effective in improving the strength of hair.
Conclusions: Present study results demonstrated that Mintop shampoo was effective in improving the strength of hair, reducing dryness of hair, and aids slowing down hair fall. Also, no adverse events or Serious Adverse events were reported in the study.
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