Suffering extreme hair reduction right after Japanese Hair Straightening?

Question by Purple: Struggling severe hair loss right after Japanese Hair Straightening?
I got my hair rebonded back in March and have dropped more than a third of it because then. Everytime I run my hands via my hair, I drop 7-ten strands on common!
In the shower I shed clumps following shampooing and conditioning.
Bald places are displaying up in my hair.
I utilized to have beautiful thick hair, ho can I get it again?

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Reply by Corn
Ok. Well, some men and women who’s hair are thinning use shampoos that are meant for horses. I am not kidding! Horse shampoos, i guess aid. But I heard it smells like crap…

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3 thoughts on “Suffering extreme hair reduction right after Japanese Hair Straightening?

  1. When your hair starts falling out, it is too late to do anything about it, your hair was crying for help and you ignored it.

    You USED to have beautiful thick hair. You can have that again, but whatever chemicals that have gone in you system it took months to get there and it will take months even years to get it back to health.

    That’s another reason why the hair industry is a billion dollar business, their main job is to make TONS of profits, but they do not give money back guarantee for damaged hair or even hair loss, which you are now experiencing.

    I’ve responded to many girls under 15 experiencing in hair loss since 2009. Women 60-90 have those same symptoms but it took them years to get there. But for 15 & under, giving advice here? They can’t predict the future of their hairs, until they’re in their 30’s, but 15 & under with hair loss? C’mon!

    When it does that, it is too late to do anything about it. That’s another reason why the hair industry is a billion dollar business, their main job is to make tons of money and they do not give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss, due to ‘abuse’.

    It may grow very slowly or none at all if you’ve straightened your hair in the past.

    You get all your vitamins & minerals & proteins FREE from the good foods you eat from Mother Nature, not made by man, and no shampoo can help grow hair, not even those made for horses. Horses don’t abuse their hair, using heating tools, and they eat better than people, but it won’t add more hair & make their hair longer faster.Shampoo intended for animals may contain insecticides or other medications for treatment of skin conditions or parasite infestations such as fleas or mange. These must never be used on humans.
    Prenatal vitamins don’t make your hair grow. Pregnant women have to start taking care of their bodies when they’re pregnant, meaning stop smoking, drinking, dyeing or perming their hair SO OF COURSE their hair start growing again. But it has nothing to do with their hair, it has something to do to help the development of their unborn child.

    Foods for Healthy Hair – the website had moved, type it in.
    http://health.yahoo.com/experts/healthie…
    Fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains all supply B-complex vitamins, like biotin, folic acid and vitamin B12, as well as vitamin A, copper and zinc, which are all necessary for remedying dry, brittle hair and nourishing a healthy scalp. Some prime examples of foods that contain these nutrients for healthy hair include:
    ·                     Folic Acid – asparagus, beets, broccoli, avocados, Brussels sprouts, beans, chickpeas, soybeans, lentils, oranges, fresh peas, turkey and spinach.
    ·                     Biotin – cauliflower, liver, salmon, carrots, bananas, cereals, yeast, and soy flour. Keep in mind that biotin content is reduced when food is cooked or preserved.
    ·                     Vitamin B12 – foods rich in vitamin B12 include animal protein (such as beef, lamb, and veal), clams and oysters, liver, fish, milk, and egg yolks.
    • Vitamin A – butter, egg yolks, fish, fortified milk, organ meats (such as liver), and dark green, orange, red, and yellow fruits and vegetables, which all contain beta-carotene.
    • Copper – oysters and other shellfish, whole grains, beans, nuts, potatoes, and organ meats are good sources of copper. Dark leafy greens, dried fruits such as prunes, cocoa, black pepper, and yeast are also sources of copper in the diet.
    • Zinc – beef, eggs, liver, pork, poultry, and oysters. Also is also abundant in other high-protein foods, like cheese, legumes and nuts.
    If having a lush, beautiful mane of healthy hair is important to you, don’t just look to hot oil treatments and shine emollients. Eat these foods for healthy hair and say “bye-bye” to bad hair days.

  2. You need to stop washing your hair. Stop using ANY kind of hair products or heat on yoru hair. Always wear a hat when you go outside. Use warm olive oil all over your hair and wear a shower cap over your hair. Keep it like that for 2 hours. Do this once eveyr 2 weeks. If you MUST wash your hair, I would say only 2 times per week. For the days you don’t wash and your hair is oily, put baby powder or dry shampoo in. Eating healthy DOES MATTER. Drink 7 glasses of water EVERY DAY. Add lemon juice to it!

  3. While there are a number of viable suggestions here, the first thing I would do is go see a Bosley physician for a free consult before embarking on any major recourse to fix the problem. Our physicians are available at a number of regional surgical and consultation offices around the country (which can be found on our website) and are more than happy to diagnose the exact cause of your hair loss and suggest an appropriate treatment for you.

    Again, it comes as a free consult so you don’t have to worry about paying any major fees and I believe would be the best first step to take before spending good money on other medications or treatments, hoping to fix the problem without knowing the full cause beforehand.

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