Do Sons' hair loss treatments actually work? The clinical results say yes! – London Business News | – London Loves Business

There are lots of plans and products out there for treating androgenetic alopecia, more commonly known as male pattern hair loss. Sons is a leading men’s health brand that offers a broad range of hair loss treatment plans, with their popular Full Works Treatment Plan their standout option. Sons is also running a huge Black Friday Offer for new customers, a perfect opportunity to save on your first hair loss treatment subscription.
 We wanted to know if Sons’ Full Works Treatment plan actually works as a treatment for male pattern hair loss and whether it’s a viable option to consider. With that in mind, we introduce you to the results of a recent survey that highlight some important lessons in regards to the effectiveness of the Full Works Treatment Plan, as well as what you can expect should you take advantage of this great Black Friday Offer and sign up for a Sons treatment plan.
Sons’ Full Works Treatment plan consists of Finasteride, Minoxidil, Biotin, and DHT blocking shampoo, offering men with male pattern hair loss a viable treatment plan for the condition. Recently, Sons contacted patients who had been using the treatment plan for more than nine months and found that:
Sons received feedback from 111 men, and the results were aligned with their expectations about the efficacy of Finasteride and Minoxidil, as well as the effectiveness of their Full Works Treatment Plan, which they report to be effective in approximately nine out of ten men.
If you’re interested in this Full Works Treatment Plan, now is the time to start as you can make use of the huge savings from the Black Friday offer. Save yourself £100 off of any 12 month hair loss plan.
The results from Sons’ insightful study are important, as they give us a window into the effectiveness of a tried-and-tested treatment for male pattern hair loss. We know that Minoxidil and Finasteride have been scientifically proven as effective for treating hair loss, but Sons’ study highlights the fact that they’re extremely effective when taken in conjunction with one another, as well as two other products known to contribute to hair health (Biotin and saw palmetto shampoo).
So it’s fair to suggest that Son’s Full Works Treatment Plan is an attractive proposition to men who are experiencing androgenetic alopecia. You can find out more about the treatment plan and the clinically proven results of the medical trial by reviewing Sons’ survey and their helpful medically-verified Journal.
If these clinically proven results have inspired you to get your hair loss treatment plan started, check out the Sons’ Black Friday offer and save on seeing the results for yourself. You can get £100 off any of Sons’ hair loss plans with the code CYBER12 if you’re signing up for the first time. The best thing is this offer isn’t just valid for Black Friday weekend, running 7th-30th November 2022, you’ve got time to check out the Sons’ survey for yourself and do one of their online consultations to help select the best treatment plan for you.
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