Fullmore – Is it actually any good?


Amongst the vast range of hair loss products available for the follicly challenged, is Fullmore, one of the most popular products on the market in America.

What is Fullmore?

fullmoreFullmore is a concealer for hair loss, very similar to other temporary concealers such as Toppik, DermMatch and Nanogen Nanofibres. Long associated with bad shopping network broadcasts, concealers such as Fullmore do not provide the answer to hair loss, but do enable many hair loss sufferers to enjoy some relief.

How does Fullmore work?

Unlike most well-known concealers that are supplied in shakers, Fullmore is supplied in aerosol form, and consists of thousands of tiny fibres which cling to remaining hair to make it appear thicker and fuller.

What maintenance is required?

Heavy maintenance is the major downfall of all concealers, and Fullmore is no exception. Applying Fullmore can take time, and the constant fear of being touched, having their hair ruffled or concealer falling onto clothing is enough to discourage many people from using Fullmore over the long term.

Many lifestyle changes are required, however strenuously the manufacturers of such concealers may deny it. Almost all users of Fullmore, DermMatch and Toppik report that activities such as swimming, exercising and even intimacy are virtually impossible whilst wearing the product, and in changeable climates, the onset of wind and rain can be a constant worry.

Does Fullmore work for everybody?

No. The very nature of Fullmore and other concealers, is that they rely on there being some remaining hair for the fibres to cling to. Provided sufficient hair remains, Fullmore will work just fine.

Does Fullmore cause any side effects?

Aside from mild skin irritation in rare cases, side effects caused by Fullmore are virtually non-existent.


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