Thanks for replying minaz..I used reetha-shikakai rinse as shampoo after oiling my hair but even after 2 washes my hairs were still oily..as it doesnt lather that much so oil didnt come out completely.for my medium length hair I used 7 pods of reetha and 8 pieces of shikakai.so please help me wid that oily thing.
Aloe Vera & Onion juice. Aloe Vera helps remove excess sebum, a substance secreted by hair glands that is linked to slower hair growth. It also helps increase blood circulation. Onion juice is rich in sulfur and stimulates hair follicles to promote faster hair growth.
I am 32 years old and a mother of two kids . iI got my hairs highlighted around two years back. since than my hair started to fall .i have got all my tests done. All are ok. I took medicine as well as used medicated shampoo but nothing worked. Lot of hair goes after head massage and hairbath.Everyday lot of hair fall while combing. I have noticed that they do not go from roots but they just gets broken from somewhere between. There is no shine left in them but they do grow. can you pl. tell me a suitable remedy for it.
Androgenetic alopecia-This is the most common type of hair loss which is attributed to DHT. DHT stands for dihydrotestosterone. Basically, testosterone is the male hormone which is responsible for deep voice, strong muscles and genital structures that characterize men. Testosterone hormone acts on these tissues directly but on the scalp it causes a negative impact, especially on the hair follicles. Here, it gets converted into DHT leads to hair loss. DHT builds up from stress and several other factors like improper diet, age, hormones etc. In women too, androgenetic hair loss can be blamed on DHT. Women undergo many hormonal changes during their lifetime specifically at puberty, childbirth and again during menopause. These changes wreak havoc on the skin and hair.
Only men lose hair on their scalp. As our research makes abundantly clear, plenty of women suffer from hair loss, too. The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that as many as 30 million women in the U.S. suffer from hereditary hair loss.
Low laser light therapy is available at cosmetic clinics to promote hair regrowth and cover bald spots on the scalps. It is an expensive procedure, and there are many experts in the field who are not convinced of its efficacy. If you wish to go for this procedure to treat your baldness, do thorough research and then take a decision. Go to a reputed clinic and get the best advice.
You can get it from your regular doctor, dermatologist, or online. Be wary if you plan on buying it online. It’s easy to get scammed, get your identity stolen, or something similar on dodgy pharmaceuticals websites.
Though we think our hair is super important, our bodies consider it nonessential (read: we don’t need it to stay conscious). Other bodily functions, like breathing, are more pressing and get first access to the nutrients in our diet. Our hair gets the leftovers. Protein is your hair’s best friend, so reach for healthy protein such as eggs and fish and avoid fasting or yoyo dieting. These can deprive your body of these essential building blocks for a healthy scalp and hair. Wild salmon, tuna and trout are packed with omega-3 fatty acids that help provide moisture and prevent dry and brittle hair. Foods rich in B vitamins also help keep hair follicles healthy, decreasing the risk for hair loss. Fruits and vegetables, and beans and lean meat sources, such as chicken or turkey breast, are all great sources for vitamin B.
4. Make an appointment to see a dermatologist. Many things can cause hair loss. If hair loss concerns you, be sure to see a dermatologist. A dermatologist can find the cause and tell you what you what to expect.
The main active ingredients in Procerin are scientifically proven to help target hair follicles at the crown of the head and temples to aid in the hair restoration process and stimulate hair regrowth.
Minoxidil circumvents hair loss largely by increasing blood flow (and nutrition) to the follicles, though it’s also believed to return some dormant follicles to a healthy state of growth. Finasteride, on the other hand, is a DHT inhibitor and restores a degree of normal function to the follicles. But both treatments need to be applied daily to work; have a limit to the amount of hair they can restore (they won’t work on permanently damaged follicles), and lose their effectiveness over time for a subset of users (Dutasteride, another more potent but off label DHT inhibitor, faces the same limitation).
My story: Born with beautiful hair- soft, dense and lustrous. In my late teens I started coloring my hair as I wanted a model look-alike, inspired by glamorous adverts. I used top brands, thinking these won’t harm my hair.
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Some enterprising researchers had the notion that applying minoxidil topically, directly on the head, might grow hair on balding areas. It did, to varying degrees depending on the extent of the hair loss, but at the time it was revolutionary.