However, my conditions in fact improve slightly. This has already been almost 4 weeks.
Last to weeks, I mention that Bawang shampoo problems that led to the lost of confidence. Yesterday, Singapore announce that two of products used by Beijing 101contained undeclared western medicinal ingredients. Guess what is the ingredients? It is minoxidil !! It is suppose to be Chinese herbal treatment, and they put minoxidil inside, it just proven two things. One, herbal is not effective at all in hair loss treatment, that is why they put minoxidil. Two, minoxidil is effective in hair loss treatment, that why they put minoxidil in side. SO, guys, no need to spend money in Beijing 101 or Yun Nam.
Two products used by Beijing 101 contain undeclared western medicinal ingredientThe Health Sciences Authority, HSA, says two products used as hair care therapies by Beijing 101 Hair Consultants contain an undeclared western medicinal ingredient.
Men's Rogaine Foam-Rogaine Hair Regrowth Treatment, 6/2.11 oz. cans (6 Month Supply)
The affected batches of the two products - "Hair Growth Formula D-2653-B" and "Hair Growth Tonic E-0583-D" - have since been recalled from Beijing 101 Hair Consultants hair care centres.
HSA says the undeclared substance, minoxidil, is a pharmacy-only medicine.
It can only be used under the supervision of doctors or sold by pharmacists for the treatment of hair loss.
Some of the adverse effects that have been associated with the use of minoxidil include skin irritation, rashes, itching, and exacerbation of hair loss in certain susceptible individuals.
Consumers who have purchased the affected batch of the products are advised to stop using them.
Those who have used the affected products need not be unduly alarmed if they have not developed any side effects.
Consumers who develop any unexpected reactions to these health products are advised to inform their doctors about it.
Complementary health products are not allowed to contain western medicinal ingredients or substances controlled under the Poisons Act.
If convicted under the Poisons Act, the maximum penalty is $10,000 fine and two year imprisonment.