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Trusted Content Creator > Women's Hair Loss Project

Trusted Content Creator

Women's Hair Loss Project

Trusted Content Creator
Years: 2007-2022

Trusted Content Creator: Y, Women's Hair Loss Project

Women's Hair Loss Project has been granted use of the American Hair Loss Association seal for display and AHLA Trusted Content Creator Status for the following resources:

YT: https://www.youtube.com/womenshairlossproject
IG: https://www.instagram.com/whlpnetwork/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/womenshairlossproject/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/whlpnetwork

American Hair Loss Association (AHLA) Trusted Content Creator Program

Wherever information flows, misinformation will follow and while the American Hair Loss Association is aware of ethical and knowledgeable content creators in this space, we also recognize the vulnerability of the hair loss sufferer. For this reason, the AHLA Trusted Content Creator Program has been established in part to act as an advocate for, and to protect all those suffering with hair loss (alopecia) from questionable online content creators, practitioners and treatment marketers.

All accepted content creators are provided with the American Hair Loss Association verification seal to display on their social media channels and will provide a visible link to this American Hair Loss Association (AHLA) Trusted Content Creator Criteria. If you have any questions as to whether a content creator or “influencer” is an accepted AHLA Content Creator please contact us directly for verification.

The American Hair Loss Association, its affiliates, and its staff have no conflict of interest and accept no fees, or donations from any AHLA Trusted Content Creator, their affiliates, staff, family members, employers or parent companies.

American Hair Loss Association (AHLA) Trusted Content Creator Criteria

Accepted AHLA Trusted Content Creators must exhibit the following:

Transparency as a central value in all their content with the willingness to provide full disclosure concerning the process of selecting and featuring products and services in their content and videos.

Provide valuable, well-informed guidance and opinion for people researching the prevention and treatment of hair loss.

Use up-to-date medical research and industry insights to create content within the ethical guidelines of The American Hair Loss Association.

Avoid conjecture and pandering to their audience by providing cold hard facts as opposed to hearsay and unsubstantiated claims about hair loss products, services, practitioners, etc.