Suffering From Hair Loss?
Studies show there is a relationship between your genetic profile and how your hair loss responds to different types of treatment. This means not all hair loss treatments work for everybody, and the success of any given treatment depends on your genetic profile and lifestyle factors.
Thanks to the unique genetic analysis performed by Fagron TrichoTest™, we can identify which hair loss treatments are most likely to provide the best results for you without guessing or testing different products.
The process is simple, and the test can be taken by anyone.
How it works
There are seven different hair loss treatment categories:
Your optimal treatment pathway is likely to include elements of more than one treatment for hair loss.
Your health care professional, trichologist or advisor will use the information provided in your report to safely recommend an informed personal treatment plan, knowing the options that are most likely to provide the best outcome for you.
Why take a Fagron TrichoTest™?
Discover the genetic factors behind your hair loss
A full report with the explanation of your genetic characteristics and their relationship with hair loss treatment will be provided to you.
Get a fully personalised hair loss treatment plan
Together with your health care professional, trichologist or advisor the information provided in your report can be used safely to recommend an informed personal treatment plan, knowing the selected options are most likely to provide the best outcome for your hair loss.
Get specialist support
Your health care professional, trichologist or advisor will have a deep understanding of your genetic characteristics and how they relate to your hair loss.
The analysis used in Fagron TrichoTest™ has been scientifically validated by global research. As medical evidence develops, and further information becomes known about additional effects of certain SNPs, your personalised report may be updated at no additional cost, allowing you access to a revised report which may prove of greater benefit.
About hair loss
Hair loss (alopecia) is a common, progressive condition that has different forms and causes. The most common hair loss type, androgenetic alopecia, is hereditary. If left untreated, hair loss usually progresses over time. About 80% of men and 40% of women experience androgenetic alopecia during their life.