IHRB sells Hair Again as far back as 2012

IHRB sells Hair Again as far back as 2012

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New evidence has emerged to show that IHRB had been selling unmarked bottles of Hair A-Gain as far back as 2012, despite Mr Sam Cohen telling the authorities (and while under Oath at a Tribunal Hearing) that he never supplied Minoxidil after the Prohibition Orders. After seeing a previous story on this site, a client of IHRB sent this photo to me, showing the base of a bottle that is used by manufacturers of Hair Again. Proof has been shown to me that this bottle was indeed sold by IHRB’s Mr Sam Cohen in 2012. The contents were tested, and the laboratory results prove that the bottle contained Minoxidil.

We are not sure who originally supplied this stock to IHRB. It could have been Elias Pharmacy. Or it could have been purchased by Mr Sam Cohen directly from any pharmacy. Indeed, anyone can purchase Hair A-Gain from any pharmacy. However, it is illegal for Mr Cohen (or any member of the public who is unlicensed) to sell Minoxidil. Mr Cohen had been issued with a Permanent Prohibition Order by the Health Care Complaints Commission, prohibiting him from supplying or selling Minoxidil. We now have additional proof that Mr Cohen has been breaching his Prohibition Orders, and this is a criminal offence. We have his handwriting on the bag, a receipt, and laboratory results, along with a client who swears about the sales.

We also have this updated news that bottles, identical to those used by Hair Again, had been supplied to clients. I have every reason to believe that these bottles were Hair Again products whose labels had been removed, and passed-off as IHRB’s own secret formula, while being sold illegally, at inflated prices. You can read the earlier related story at this link.

IHRB sold this bottle to a client in 2012. It is identical to Hair Again bottles. It was sent to a lab and it tested positive to containing Minoxidil, which means that Mr Sam Cohen breached his HCCC Prohibition Orders, and this makes it a criminal offence.

IHRB sold this bottle to a client in 2012. It is identical to Hair A-Gain bottles. It was sent to a lab and it tested positive to containing Minoxidil, which means that Mr Sam Cohen breached his HCCC Prohibition Orders, and this makes it a criminal offence.

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This is the base of the bottle sold by IHRB in May 2012. It is identical to bottles sold under the brand name 'Hair Again'.

This is the base of the bottle sold by IHRB in May 2012. It is identical to bottles sold under the brand name ‘Hair A-Gain’.

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UPDATE: After posting story above, yet again new evidence emerged from a different IHRB client who shows us below the range of bottles that he had been sold over the years. We see on the left a four bottles that are identical to the Hair A-Gain product.
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This photo was taken in 2012 and was submitted to NSW Fair Trading as part of this particular client's complaint against IHRB and Mr Sam Cohen.

This photo was taken in 2012 and was submitted to NSW Fair Trading as part of this particular client’s complaint against IHRB and Mr Sam Cohen. Note how the photos on the left, show dirt marks. This is where labels had been peeled, believed to be Hair A-Gain labels.

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