Alpecin effectiveness studies
Alpecin Caffeine Liquid promotes active hair roots
Conducted by the joint dermatology practice of Dr. Peter and Dr. Seeber, Hamburg
Caffeine neutralizes the negative effect of testosterone
Conducted at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Dermatology and Venerology of the University of Hamburg-Eppendorf
Alpecin Double-Effect Caffeine Shampoo in comparison to the leading market reference product against dandruff
Conducted by the Company for the Testing of Dermatological Products
Caffeine Complex is Effective in Androgenetic Alopecia
Short Version of a Report on Studies Performed in a Hair Organ Culture Model (HOCM) at the Division of Dermatology and Allergies of Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany (Dr. T. W. Fischer, Prof. Dr. P. Elsner)
Tests regarding the penetration of caffeine from a shampoo formula
Conducted at the Center for Experimental and Applied Skin Physiology and Clinical Research Center for Hair and Skin Physiology of the University Clinic Charité, Berlin.
Efficacy of a caffeine shampoo in male androgenetic alopecia
Conducted at the Center of Cosmetologic Research, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Roma and Evic Italia srl. Italy
Effectiveness of a caffeine-containing liquid against premature hereditary hair loss in men
Conducted at the Center for Cosmetic Research of Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome
Alpecin Dandruff Killer Shampoo in a dermatological anti-dandruff test
Conducted by Derma Consult, organisation specialised in dermatological testing, Alfter.
Efficacy of a cosmetic caffeine shampoo for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in men
Conducted at the Center for Cosmetic Research of Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome, Italy.
Differential effects of caffeine
Conducted at the Institute for Dermatology at Lübeck University, Germany.
Alpecin Caffeine Liquid vs. 5% Minoxidil Solution
Conducted at five research centers under the direction of the Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital in Mumbai (India)