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My Tracking Link Doesn't Work, What Do I Do?

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When you place an order at Oxford Biolabs, you will receive an e-mail once your order is shipped with a tracking link so that you can follow your package right to your doorstep. If for some reason your tracking link doesn’t work, please contact Oxford Biolabs at [email protected] and they will get you an updated tracking link right away.

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How Many Capsules Per Day Should I Take?

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One bottle which contains 90 capsules will last 30 days (taking three capsules a day is the recommended quantity). It takes most patients about 5 months (5 bottles) to see results, but some patients report results in as little as three months (for others it takes longer). This discrepancy is largely dependent on a person’s metabolism and genetic predisposition.

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At What Age Should One Start Taking Trx2 Molecular Food Supplement for Hair?

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TRX2® is beneficial for all age groups. They tested their supplement in a variety of patient groups, but found it was most effective for those patients with Norwood Hair Loss Patterns 1-4.

Young men who are just beginning to lose their hair will see minimal regrowth (because only a minimal amount of hair has been lost); however, they can expect their hair shedding to decrease and their hair volume to increase. Middle-aged men will see similar benefits, although those with very extensive hair loss (Norwood Patterns 5-7) will not be able to regrow all of their hair. Nonetheless, their product has been administered to older males with noticeable hair loss and the results have been quite good.

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What Will Future Trx2 Products Address?

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The researchers of Oxford Biolabs,along with several other members of the scientific community, have demonstrated that as people experience hair loss the function of potassium channels within hair follicles diminishes.

TRX2® Molecular Food Supplement for Hair addresses this phenomenon, but yet may be unable to restore thick, terminal hair growth to customers with severe hair loss (Norwood 5-7). Therefore, although the launch of our first products utilising our proprietary technology is extremely exciting for them, they are not done yet. Oxford Biolabs has an ongoing programme of pre-clinical and clinical research focused towards refining their understanding of the molecular mechanisms behind hair loss and, ultimately, developing a cure.

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How to Use Information Collected?

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Oxford Biolabs may use information in the following ways:

  • To perform the actions for which you specifically provided the information (for example, enabling them to process, validate, and verify purchases).
  • To register you as a client and establish an account for you. To send you e-mail notifications about our new or existing Oxford Biolabs products and services, special offers, or to otherwise contact you.
  • To enhance existing features or develop new features, products and services.
  • To provide advertisers and other third parties with aggregate information about their user base and usage patterns.
  • To allow them to personalise the content and advertising that you and others see based on personal characteristics or preferences.

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About Oxford Biolabs

Oxford Biolabs® is a nutraceutical and cosmeceutical company that develops a range of naturally-based products aimed at helping people avoid unwanted signs of ageing, such as hair loss, premature greying, and skin ageing. It was founded by scientists formerly of the University of Oxford under the leadership of Dr. Thomas Whitfield. Since 2009, the company has been pursuing the development and distribution of scientifically tested, drug-free nutraceutical products backed by world-class research.

Oxford Biolabs® has adopted a customer-oriented strategy that incorporates alternative natural therapies and ingredients. This bears no resemblance to the practice of some companies that prefer to limit their product range to drug-based formulas, which can often result in unwanted side effects.