Dermatology Research and Practice / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Clinical Study

A 3-Month, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study Evaluating the Ability of an Extra-Strength Marine Protein Supplement to Promote Hair Growth and Decrease Shedding in Women with Self-Perceived Thinning Hair

Table 2

Self-Assessment Questionnaire results.

QualityMPS, Placebo, Significance*
Day 90Day 90

(1) Overall hair growth5.03 (0.85)4.53 (0.68)
(2) Overall hair volume4.97 (0.72)4.17 (0.79)
(3) Scalp coverage4.70 (0.14)4.23 (0.97)
(4) Thickness of hair body4.77 (0.82)4.20 (0.89)
(5) Softness of hair body4.67 (0.96)4.33 (0.84) = NS
(6) Hair shine4.60 (1.00)4.37 (0.77) = NS
(7) Hair strength4.97 (1.00)4.33 (0.92)
(8) Nail strength4.97 (1.03)4.47 (1.11) = NS
(9) Nail growth rate4.73 (0.98)4.40 (0.89) = NS
(10) Growth of eyebrow hair4.40 (0.86)4.00 (0.53)
(11) Growth of eyelashes4.27 (0.69)4.17 (0.59) = NS
(12) Skin smoothness4.50 (0.82)4.20 (0.81) = NS
(13) Overall skin health4.63 (0.85)4.17 (0.91)

*One-way analysis of variance; NS, not significant.

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