What is your opinion on laser combs? I went to the Men’s Club yesterday and they recommended I spend ~$800 to buy a laser band, comb or hat. What is your opinion on how those work? Sounds like snake oil to me. They also recommended I go to my dermatologist to get a prescription to reduce sebum in my hair. I have been on Fin for 11 months, Minox foam 1x/day yet hair shed hasn’t stopped. I do have a prescription for Ketoconazole shampoo but rarely use it. I read in your article that this shampoo does help with Sebum build up so I will try that. Any other recommendations for sebum reduction?
Make sure you get enough protein by eating lean meat (such as chicken or turkey), low-fat dairy products, and protein-rich vegetables (such as beans). Hair is made of a protein molecule called keratin and thus, proper dietary protein is needed to nourish hair.
Thank u very much for bringing various home remedies in sight of people.I am sure these will be effective for all to get released from vivid problem facing by suffered people,if we apply home remedies on our body regularly till get released from these.
Hi James, the Regrowth Treatment is meant to be applied to the scalp to absorb in so you can start using at anytime even on a shaved head. Just be sure to quickly rub it in after application as the treatment is a liquid and may run with no hair to contain it. Be sure to use 2 x a day for 2-3 months to begin to see results
There are about 100,000 strands of hair on your scalp and it is considered very normal to lose 50 to 100 strands a day. But when you start losing more than that, itís time for you to take some action so it doesnít progress to baldness or bald spots.
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hi m 24 years old male from india..even am suffering from hair thining and tried all the remedies and even tried laser treatmnt spent thousands for this treatment but no use..my diet is 6 almonds glass of milk twice.green vegetables and regular excercise still hairfall is not stopping,i lost all my girlfriends plz anyone help me before i commit suicide..plz plz plz:-P
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Keranique Hair Regrowth System. Details: This introductory kit was designed to help treat hair loss in women. The Scalp Stimulating Shampoo provides micro circulation of the scalp. It helps to remove dirt and build-up, creating an environment that is receptive to receiving minoxidil and other treatments.
My scalp is dry, itchy, and irritated everywhere. I’ve been using H&S Clinical Strength shampoo for 2-3 years and its been pretty good at keeping it under control. I’ve been using rogaine for about 1 year now and I’m trying to avoid propecia if possible. Recently my hairline has quickly recede, and I’m not sure what to do. My friend said to start using nizoral every couple days. Do you recommend Nizoral for every few days? If so, what conditioner do you recommend and what shampoo do you recommend for the other days of the week when not using Nizoral? Thanks for your help – great site.
While you use the Ultrax Labs shampoo, it can help fight dandruff, too. No matter why you wash with it, massage it in and leave it on your hair from 2 to 5 minutes before rinsing for best results. The manufacturer also recommends using it at least 5 times per week.
Minoxidil (Rogaine). Minoxidil is an over-the-counter liquid or foam that you rub into your scalp twice a day to grow hair and to prevent further hair loss. It may be used by men and women. With this treatment, some people experience hair regrowth, a slower rate of hair loss or both. The effect peaks at 16 weeks and you need to keep applying the medication to retain benefits.
If you have female pattern balding, or androgenetic alopecia, your best bet is Rogaine or another product that contains 5% Minoxidil. But you can also combine this treatment with other options like supplements, shampoos, essential oils, and light therapy.
I’m surprised there’s no mention of Monat, a USA based company making naturally based products that have been clinically proven to regrow hair. The products contain Capixyl & Prolactin, amongst other beneficial ingredients and they are free of parabens, sulfates, harsh salt systems, phthalates, PEG, DEA/MEA, harmful colors & harmful fragrances. All products are cruelty & 100% vegan.
Finasteride is a prescription pill that reduces male pattern baldness. Hair growth stops when the patient no longer takes finasteride. Women of child-bearing age should not ingest finasteride, nor should they touch broken or crushed tables due to the risk of birth defects in male fetuses.
Women lose hair on an inherited (genetic) basis, too, but the female pattern tends to be more diffuse, with less likelihood of the crown and frontal hairline being lost. Although some women may notice hair thinning as early as their 20s, the pace of hair loss tends to be gradual, often taking years to become obvious to others. There seems to be a normal physiologic thinning that comes with age and occurs in many women in their early to mid-30s. More women have underlying causes of hair loss than men. These include treatable conditions like anemia and thyroid disease and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). These conditions are diagnosed by blood tests along with a historical and physical evidence. Although a few studies have suggested that baldness may be inherited through the mother’s family genes, these theories require further testing. Current studies are inconclusive. Although not indicated for female pattern balding, spironolactone (Aldactone) has had some success in treating this condition.
Stop use and ask a doctor if chest pain, rapid heartbeat, faintness, or dizziness occurs sudden, unexplained weight gain occurs your hands or feet swell scalp irritation or redness occurs unwanted facial hair growth occurs you do not see hair regrowth in 4 months May be harmful if used when pregnant or breast-feeding. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
I too had similar hair problems and it started since my PG. I spent thousands or rupees to cut it down but it is of no use. I also read lot of blogs and tried all methods. Now luckily I found out one hair loation which is working for me in eliminating dandruff and keep hair fall at the bay. Pls try Betnovate Scalp Loation, apply on scalp and smoothly speard it with finger tips and wash in the morning. I sticked to the schedule of washing hair everyday but applied mild shampoo like clairon anti flake every alternate day. Now hair fall has subsidised and I see hair growth also. I also suggest to follow few things below
We spend so much time and money piling on the products that it’s easy to forget where hair growth starts: namely, your scalp. A simple way to stimulate hair growth at home is to give yourself a scalp massage—this will increase blood flow to your scalp, enhance the strength of your roots, and help nutrients get to your follicle faster. You can give yourself a scalp massage with dry hair, but adding a nutrient-rich oil to the mix will only double the benefits (just keep it to once a week if you have oily roots). Rosemary oil, in particular, has been used for centuries to stimulate hair growth. It dilates blood vessels and, in turn, stimulates your follicle to produce new growth.
Minoxidil (Rogaine): This topical medication is available over the counter, and no prescription is required. It can be used in men and women. It works best on the crown, less on the frontal region. Minoxidil is available as a 2% solution, 4% solution, an extra-strength 5% solution, and a new foam or mousse preparation. Rogaine may grow a little hair, but it’s better at holding onto what’s still there. There are few side effects with Rogaine. The main problem with this treatment is the need to keep applying it once or twice daily, and most men get tired of it after a while. In addition, minoxidil tends to work less well on the front of the head, which is where baldness bothers most men. Inadvertent application to the face or neck skin can cause unwanted hair growth in those areas.
A diet high in protein helps the body to synthesize keratin, the key structural component of hair, skin, and nails. To combat hair loss and promote new healthy growth, add protein-rich foods such as poultry, fish, lean beef, eggs, soy, yogurt, and nuts to your weekly shopping list.