Apply the oil by lightly massaging it into your hair and scalp. If you are using coconut oil, do not try to melt the oil using a microwave, use your hands instead. Coconut oil does not need much heat to melt. Repeat at least twice a week for a minimum of two months to see some results.
My question would be, I am on the right track or is it overkill? I’ve read that using too much stuff (solutions or shampoo) maybe detrimental to keeping your hair. I know 6 month might be a little time but I still don’t see noticeable results and I’m afraid I might be doing something wrong or worsening the situation, even though I don’t have worse hair loss than before.
I’m still not bald enough. I would like my hair to recede a little more off the sides and the back and end up with a smaller fringe of hair. And I would like to lose that last bit of thin ‘peach fuzz’ I still have on top. It is almost invisible and I can hardly feel it, but I know it’s still there.
An essential oil, rosemary has strong antiseptic properties that help treat flaky scalp, dandruff and infections—all of which contribute to hair loss. It is also a natural hair loss treatment that acts as a potent stimulant when applied directly. And, as discussed in the International Journal of Biotechnology, rosemary oil has superior antibacterial and antioxidant properties, both of which lead to noticeable hair regrowth.
Update: I think if you’re looking to save money, this is obviously a hard decision, but thinking about how much you will spend on other treatments makes using this a great option. I noticed that the price has been raised substantially on this product since it launched, i believe because they had a lower price to get people using it and now that they do, they can raise it!!! But like I said, the results are great, and speak for themselves. I’m tempted to try the shampoo I recommended alone, to see if that’s the actual reason why I’m seeing results, it would save me a lot of money! but I figure I’ll just use both, dont’ mess with a good thing, right?
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You can’t always prevent your hair from falling out as you age, but there are treatments and remedies that might slow down the process. Before you go out and buy supplements and special tonics, learn which ones have shown some promise in preventing or treating hair loss.
I don’t know that I saw a big difference in my hair yet, but my nails grew like crazy! they grew so fast, I had to file them down 3 times. I’ve been taking a bunch of vitamins for years for hair and nails but this was the only time I saw a rush in nail growth. I only used one bottle and will try a second to see if there’s a difference in my hair.
i am 25 yr old, i lost my hair from last 2 years, one of my friend said to use pink sunsilk to control hair fall i use it after that also my hair fall can u suggest me how to control. My hair is thin and black. so pls tell me soon my email id is [email protected]
Hey Neel, that’s a bit odd. It’s usually the other way around. For most, Finasteride works better for regrowing crown hair than the ‘windows peak’. It may be because you may have been receding on your temples only for the last year, yes. Thanks for sharing your update.
P.R.P., considered a nonsurgical treatment, is not covered by insurance, and clinical studies about its effectiveness (and longevity of results) are not conclusive because different doctors use different mixes. But P.R.P. has a long (though also inconclusive) history of use elsewhere in the body. Athletes like Kobe Bryant have received the treatment in an attempt to heal injuries.