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Dr. Miracle’s Feel It Formula Temple and Nape Gro Balm, 4 Ounce

  • “feel” formula’s tingling sensation supports strong growing hair and healthy scalp
  • Thermalceutical complex pinpoints scientific ingredients directly in the areas that need it most
  • Stimulates blood flow to the scalp in the temple and nape areas
  • Balm continues to work even after you stop feeling it

My Dr. Miracle’s temple and nape gro balm is my prescription to help promote growth in the temple and nape areas.

List Price: $ 8.39

Price: $ 2.99

Question by Jamie’s Mommy: How do you know if you have permanent hair loss due to medication?
I took Yaz several years ago, and noticed I lost a LOT of my hair. Its curly and has always shed bad, but this was a lot all the time. I don’t have bald spots or anything, and still have medium thick hair, but about 2/3 of what it was.

Yaz now has a lawsuit against it, and one of the symptoms/problems is permanent hair loss. How do I know if that’s what caused it and how would I prove it?

Best answer:

Answer by Francis
If you’re starting to get worried because you think you’re losing your hair or just wondering if the amount you’re losing is natural or notice your hair is thinning, this is how to tell if you are losing your hair. It takes just a few seconds.

Hair loss is a big concern for many men, women and children. There are many causes. You may know that you have rapid hair loss already or even a little loss and wonder what is causing it. Maybe you already have a patch of hair loss. You may not be sure so here’s a good way to tell if it’s abnormal or not.

Take a small handful of hair in you hand and tug it as hard as you can. If you have more than six strands of hair in your hand then you are losing hair. A natural loss would be less than six strands of hair a day.

Did you just try it? The “how to tell if you are losing your hair” test is the best home test I know to test for hair loss.

What do you do about it?

First of all try to determine if it’s related to any current medical diagnosis you have right now. Then take a look at any medications you may be taking in case it’s temporary and related to medications, medicines or drugs.

If you’re a man then male pattern baldness could be a possibility especially if you notice a receding hair line. Symptoms could be related to pregnancy if you’re pregnant. It could be a thyroid issue. If you are losing in big chunks it could be alopecia areata. There are many causes for hair loss.

In any case you’ll want to learn how to stop or prevent it. There are many ways to learn through blogs, forums and discussion groups. However one must be careful there because there is a lot of misinformation and guessing going on.

It’s always better to get medical advice from experts in the field. You may want to consult with your doctor if you’re noticing a rapid hair loss. In some cases you may want to see if your diet or your thyroid is causing it. Boosting your immune system with a plant food diet may help. Be careful of hair loss products and treatments. Some are expensive and most don’t work. Watch out for medicines and even FDA approved hair loss medications. These expensive drugs have to be taken daily for a lifetime. They are not quick fixes and come with many side effects and risks.

In any case once you have done your “how to tell if you are losing your hair” test and you know that you are losing hair you’ll want to learn how to prevent or how to stop hair loss before you lose any more of your hair.

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  1. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Makes Your Hair Grow, January 25, 2010
    Marsadie (Midwest) –

    Although this product is suggested for temple and nape massage, I also massage this into my entire scalp after I wash my hair (3-4 times per week).

    To start, my hair line had thinned out a bit for whatever reason (maybe vitamin D deficiency?) and the rest of my hair has always grown in relatively thin. AFTER using this product consistently for a month, I’m experiencing growth like never before!

    First of all, it has DEFINITELY stimulated growth for my hair line and nape. My hair finally feels thick again around the edges — especially in the back (the nape). Also, since using this on my entire head, my hair is growing in thicker than ever before.

    I love the creamy consistency of Temple & Nape Gro Balm — especially that it’s not too thick. Also, I LOVE the tingle I experience after massaging this into a fresh, clean scalp. It feels lovely and gives the mental impression that it’s “working”.

    The smell is very strong — a heavy menthol scent with a hint of the other natural ingredients — but because it works, I’m okay with it.

    I really can’t believe that a product this affordable has actually improved my hair growth. Highly recommended.

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  2. Angela Jefferson
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This stuff works, July 7, 2010

    I used this product after I cut off my permed hair to go natural. The hair in the front of my head and nape of my neck was thinning from chemical use and years of perming it. I used the product twice a day and it improved the growth. Today I have a full head of hair and no bald spots and I think it is because of Dr Miracle’s. The only negative is the strong smell which my husband did not like.

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  3. Islas Virgenes
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A must for thinning hair lines!, July 24, 2010
    Islas Virgenes (Jacksonville, FL) –

    If you are like me and have adapted the universal get up and go hairstyle: a ponytail, up in one, in a bubble, or whatever you may call it, years and years of this activity puts stress on your hair… thus resulting in a receding or thinning hairline. When my hair started to disappear at the sides, a friend recommended Dr. Miracle’s Temple & Nape Gro Balm; and guess what, IT ACTUALLY WORKS! With in months, I noticed my hair line had returned and so I began using it all over my scalp. I did not mind the menthol-like scent as most other products I use frequently have similar scents (i.e. Vicks Vapor rub, Bengay, Sunbreeze oil, Shilling oil, Dettol, etc.) If you also wear wigs, stocking caps, head ties or hats frequently, I also recommend using this item as a preventative measure. Your hairline is very sensitive and you’d be surprised how simple routine actions can negatively affect it. I love Dr. Miracle’s “Feel It” Formula Temple & Nape Gro Balm and I guarantee you will too!

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