As part of the Frosts Pharmacy Group, a family run business established in 1925 by John Frost and now run by his grandson Stuart Gale, we are a fully registered UK pharmacy and adhere to the standards set by the General Pharmaceutical Council. We run successful high street pharmacies in Banbury and Oxford, in the UK, as well as our online chemist services.
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Further to the distressing news about personal patient information being sold to third parties, I wanted to reassure all visitors to the site that any details submitted to Oxford Online Pharmacy are treated as confidential - at all times. Your personal information will never be passed on to anyone other than our medical staff.
Every member of our team is committed to delivering the best possible customer service so that you the can feel completely confident that you are getting the right advice and treatment for your needs, whether you are visiting us in one of our bricks and mortar pharmacies or you prefer to manage your healthcare needs online.
Should you have any concerns please feel free to give us a call on: 01295 262925 and we will do our utmost to answer any questions you may have.
Fast Free and Discrete Shipping
Fast Free and Discrete Shipping
All deliveries are made using the Royal Mail parcel delivery service in unbranded discreet packaging.
This means that you can purchase products from us discreetly, such as weight loss, hair loss, STD or erectile dysfunction products. As you would expect, our billing information is discreet too, ensuring you peace of mind.
10 Facts About Hair Loss
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Hair loss facts
Half of the men in the world will experience hair loss by the age of 50. Around 70% of men will lose hair as they get older and 25% of bald men will start to experience signs of hair loss before the age of 21.(1)
Androgenetic alopecia (Heredity hair loss) is the most common cause of hair loss. You are likely to inherit baldness genes from your dad or uncle if they are bald.(1)
Male pattern baldness starts at the temples, front of the scalp and crown of the head. Over time, bald areas on the scalp will meet and join.(1)
Baldness affecting the crown of the head can be associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease.(1)
Many bald men may still have tufts of hair below their ears, for some reason, this section of the hair is genetically programmed not to fall out.(1)
According to the NHS, 6.5 million men in the UK experience hair loss.(2)
Most commonly men lose their hair, however, it’s not unusual for women to as well. It is estimated that more than 50% of women will experience noticeable hair loss before they are 50 years old.(2)
The most significant cause of hair loss in women is female-pattern hair loss (FPHL).(3)
Women who suffer from higher levels of stress are 11 times for likely to have hair loss.(4)
Telogen effluvium is a type of hair loss which occurs when stress prompts the hair roots to enter the telogen stage of the hair cycle too early. It can mean that as many as 70% of scalp hairs fall out within about 2 months.(5)
Hair loss can be easily treated. Contact us today for useful advice and solutions.