KOZEN is a new product but it is not efficient and could be dangerous.
| Last month I read an article about a certain product which had many virtues. The first benefit was that it allowed hair rising for both female and male. I was first attracted by the title: "KOZEN is the miracle for baldness". The title was written in red, italic and bold lettering. It was on the famous magazine SCIENCES TOMORROW. But be careful don't jump to conclusions. You should read the entire article.
I first saw the clinical essay that had been made. I noticed that the population sample was too small, an average of one thousand. The sample population was entirely Spanish. The rate of people who responded to KOZEN was 30/100. The people who responded to it had partial baldness. Most of the responders were women (80/100).
The rest of the responders were men (20/100). All of these men had no hormonal troubles according to both the testosterone and the steroids.
The worst was that KOZEN had never been first experimented on animals.
I continued further, it was said that it could provoke important side effects on some persons. One of these side effects was the angina pectoris (coronary heart disease). It was also said that just four of the people of the clinical research died.
They concluded by affirming that this product was fully a medical remedy and that it had been created by the big pharmaceutical company ROYAL LOSS. The brevet had been refused for KOZEN because researchers did not succeed to conclude the real benefit that this product can bring to baldness. Also the hazard factor had not been taken into account. They estimated that the clinical experimentation was insufficient to conclude for the general population use and its commercialization.
That is to say never be attracted by such fake titles and scroll the entire text.