Question by A: What ingredients are involved in hair loss shampoos?
I want to know which kinds of ingredients are most often used in shampoos for people that want their hair to grow back, faster and healthier.
If there’s any shampoo that yourecommendd please write it down in your answer.
Is it possible for hair to grow back in spots where there’s no hair anymore?
Answer by Taylor
And no, i don’t think you can grow it if there if there’s not any there anymore.
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Not sure if it works, but heard mane tail and body is supposed to help make it more full. Not sure about regrowing though.
Herbal Ingredients: The most notable herb with some success in hair loss difficulty is Saw Palmetto. Shampoos with this ingredient are certainly worth a try. Saw Palmetto seems to inhibit the production of DHT in men, for example, and DHT causes hair follicles to shrink and close up.
Nettle and bay have also been helpful to some people. Shampoos which include these might help you too.
Essential Oils: These oils are concentrated ones which come from plants such as lavender. From ancient times, these have been used to stimulate healthy hair and to decrease the rate of hair loss. We know that we have much to learn from early medicine men and healers. Perhaps this is another example.
Tea Tree Oil: Many swear by this ingredient, and there are several brands of this on the market. So popular are these shampoos, you can find them at most any drug store as well as health product retailers. As an aside, tea tree oil has also been found to be effective in the prevention of head lice infestations.There are no definitive studies to show that shampoos can actually result in regrowth of hair that is caused by what we all “permanent” conditions, largely the result of heredity and hormones.
However, early prevention is important, and experimenting with shampoos during these early stages may provide invaluable help in reducing the rate of loss.
I really recommend Provillus for fast and effective Treatment of hair loss and yes with this shampoo you can grow hair back in spots where there is no hair. Click on the link in my source box for more details and a free trial for the shampoo.
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Presciption shampoos have chemicals I don’t recommend. Read the lables if it has chemicals such as Minoxidil, or Propecia etc. I wouldn’t use them. The best I know of out there is Saw Palmetto especially when other good vitamines and minerals are added such as zinc. Yes you can possibly grow some hair back.