Hair Health and Nutraceuticals
According to the American Hair Loss Association, 60% of men suffer from hair loss by the age of 35 and 40% of all hair loss sufferers are women. Offering new and effective solutions can create a brighter outlook for both your patients and your practice.
Advances in non-surgical therapies have drawn new patients into medical practices at a record rate. Aesthetic practices with a non-surgical program can capitalize on a multi-billion dollar hair health market that, until now, has been dominated by underwhelming consumer products.
Not all nutracueticals focused on hair health are created equal, however.
Many nutracueticals include Biotin in their formulas. Recently, however, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a safety alert regarding how high doses of Biotin can cause clinically significant incorrect lab test results. From the beginning, Votesse was formulated without Biotin, and is drug-free and contains all-natural vitamins and plant-based ingredients.
“It is common to combine both a topical approach as well as an oral approach to get the best benefit from any therapy.”
DR. WILMA BERGFELD
Another key difference in nutracueticals is the manner in which they are purchased. Many can be purchased with no oversight from the physician. Without this control, the physician can lose the ability to monitor, guide, and adjust the treatment recommendation of their patients. Votesse is only offered exclusively through medical practices, where the physicians maintain control over the entire process.
Over-the-counter topical foams have also grown in popularity as treatment options. Votesse is unique in that it combines the nutraceutical with a separate topical form, all under physician guidance.
The Votesse hair health platform provides an affordable, introductory solution for hair patients. It also complements FDA-cleared low-level laser therapy devices and in-office procedures.