Can I Use Tribedose In My Hair

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cecilia Says:

can I use tribedose in my hair as a medicine for falling hair
is already expired and I do not want to throw it away

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David Says:

From what I could gather, Tribedoce is a Vitamin B Complex, comprised of:
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride)
Vitamin B12 (Hydroxocobalamin)
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)

I see no reason why vitamins can't be used to help with hair loss; however it would be good to use your judgement on whether or not the product is still effective based on how long it has been expired for.
If short term use still proves useful despite the expiration then by all means give it a go. Reason being is that pharmaceutical companies determine the expiration date for vitamins by putting them through laboratory tests that reveal how long the supplements can last before their potency begins to degrade. This can be different for the different types of vitamins. It’s true that the vitamins may last longer than what is on the expiration date, but there is no guarantee of their potency.

I hope this helps!

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