The term “honey” is used to describe the scent of shampoo, which comes in a wide variety of colors, but the exact composition of the scent varies among products.
A study published by the journal Nature Chemistry in 2016 found that, in general, hair growth and hair loss products contain about 25% of the typical concentration of the fragrance ingredient in their formula.
It’s also not uncommon to find products with up to 40% of their ingredients in hair growth products.
The authors of the new study used the same analytical method to quantify the fragrance ingredients in men’s hair products.
They found that products containing 50% or more of their formula were more likely to contain the fragrance.
That’s because the product must contain at least 50% of its fragrance ingredients.
The researchers also used the spectroscopic method to assess the fragranced ingredients in the hair products, which allows them to determine the specific chemical composition of a product.
The researchers used the Spectrometer Lab Suite to measure the fragrances of the products that they analyzed.
“What we found is that a hair growth product with 50% and up to 70% of it in the fragrance is significantly more fragrant than a hair product with less than 10% of a hair products fragrance,” said study coauthor Matthew E. Whelan, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Michigan State University.
“This study was really the first time we’ve measured the fragrance composition of different types of hair growth formulations.”
The findings could help manufacturers create more affordable products for men, since the fragrant ingredients in more expensive hair products could be expensive to produce.
However, it’s unclear whether men’s haircare products contain the same amount of fragrants as their women’s counterparts.
Whelan said that, with the current study, there is no reason to believe that women’s hair care products contain more fragrant ingredients.
“I’m a little bit skeptical that women can’t use the same ingredients as men because the products are just as fragrant,” he said.
“There’s certainly a lot of research that suggests there’s more of a difference.”
Whelans research is ongoing, and he said that more research is needed to get a better understanding of the fragrance composition of men’s products.