Last year, I covered oral Minoxidil for hair loss in detail. One of the main proponents of this hair loss treatment is Dr. Rodney Sinclair of Australia. He is a world renowned highly respected dermatologist and hair loss specialist.
The Hairy Pill®
In 2019, a company associated with Dr. Sinclair released something called The Hairy Pill (registered trademark). While the company website does not seem to mention oral Minoxidil, I am guessing that this pill contains Minoxidil as the key ingredient. Some online discussions suggest it also contains Finasteride, but I am not as yet certain.
The reason I decided to write about this pill today is due to the following Australian video that was just released:
- So far, the Google reviews and ratings for The Hairy Pill are a perfect 5/5 stars. Even after accounting for fake reviews, it is rare to see Google reviews averaging 5 stars. I am sure this rating will decline going forward.
- On the company’s own site, there are currently 51 reviews averaging 4.7/5 stars. Accuracy is vouched for by Trustpilot.
The Hairy Pill Cost and Side Effects
The monthly cost of 30 Hairy Pill capsules tablets is $75 for both males and females. You supposedly get personalized dosing and doctor consultations every 3 months, 6 months, 12 months and beyond. Sounds very professional, even though I would prefer them declaring the ingredients with full transparency.
It does not seem like anyone is reporting serious side effects so far, based on all the customer reviews that I read. According to the company itself:
“The underlying technology of The Hairy Pill® has been clinically tested by Professor Sinclair and his team via his clinical research company Samson Clinical.”
Note that I do not get any kind of commission from this product, and have not tried it myself. I assume that “The Hairy Pill” is available for shipping worldwide, but need to get confirmation.