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Facts and Myths About Losing Your Hair

Having a good looking head of hair is a key component of our overall “package” along with clear skin, a bright smile and a stylish ensemble. This is the paradigm of our appearance-conscious society. When we start to lose it, however, we begin to feel our overall appearance has been compromised.

If you are starting to go bald, know it may be genetic and can come from either side of your family. If the hair-loss gene is apparent through the glowing dome of a relative or family member, chances are it may reside in you as well.

My brother spent much of his adult life under a welding helmet and he’s much more follicly challenged than our father. However, wearing a hat does not cause hair loss. Unless what you wear on your head is so tight that it restricts blood flow, thereby cutting off circulation to your hair follicles, that is not your cause for losing it.

  1. Any hair care products you use will not cause your hair to fall out so you can gel, mousse and hairspray your heart out…all to the complete delight of hair product retailers.
  2. Don’t try standing on your head to promote blood flow to the hair follicle, it won’t work and it may give you a headache. (Some people actually do this?)
  3. Cutting your hair does not make it grow back thicker. This is a misconception. When you cut your hair, you blunt the end which gives it the appearance of being not only darker, but thicker. When hair grows out naturally, the ends are tapered and appear finer and lighter. This holds true for hair anywhere on your body.
  4. If you notice your hair falling out when you blow dry it, this can be caused by heat of the hair dryer. A blow dryer not only plumps up your hair shaft but it can dry it out as well as burn it and cause it to break. In this instance, hair grows back and hair loss is not permanent.
  5. Brushing your hair can cause breakage and damage. It’s better to use a comb. Brushing may also lead you on a path to patterned baldness and split ends.
  6. Daily or excessive washing of your hair does not cause hair loss or the products you use when you wash it. It is recommended that you wash your hair 3 times a week but washing it more will not cause hair loss.
  7. Hair coloring products with chemicals will damage your hair, if not used properly, but it won’t be the cause of you losing your hair.
  8. Stress can cause hair loss if you’ve experienced, let say a surgery or some other traumatic event to your system. Stress can stop your hair follicles from growing temporarily. Eliminating the instigator of your stress will kick your hair growth back into gear.
  9. A hormonal imbalance can cause temporary hair loss, as is common with women after pregnancy. If it happens to you, the important thing to remember is that the hair will grow back.
  10. Hormones themselves are not related to losing your hair but be warned if you are a bodybuilder and taking anabolic steroids. The chemical component in the steroids will accelerate hair loss with any recovery of lost follicles taking years!

It looks like genetics is the leader when it comes to hair loss. What to do when losing your hair?… Embrace it. Shave it, fill it, weave it, get a hairpiece or leave it alone. Whatever you choose to do make it work for you and forget everybody else. Your hair is not who you are!

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Biotin and Hair Loss – The Wonder Vitamin For Your Hair?

Biotin is primarily a component of vitamin B; individuals who go through treatment with medications such as Minoxidil and other hair loss medications (Propecia) typically need added supplementation with biotin for optimal results. This next brings us to the question of what exactly is biotin and its role in hair loss or propagation.

Biotin and Hair Loss — What You Need To Know

Biotin is primarily, what makes up your hair and nails; this vitamin is not manufactured within the human body; instead it is received through the consumption of foods such as green peas, egg yoke, nuts (particularly, walnuts), soybeans, boats, brown rice etc..

A little known fact is that biotin and proteins bind very easily. When this occurs, it fails to reach the destination of hair and therefore hair loss will increase. Accordingly, it would be best to avoid all different kinds of protein powders and raw eggs.

The good news is that you can deliver biotin to your hair in various other ways other than through ingestion and/or injections. You could use shampoos that have biotin within them with and you would get virtually the same end results as you would have had if you would have attempted to take biotin orally. This is how a person can prove the connection that is between biotin and hair loss.

There are instances where regardless of all the possible recommendations as well as treatments, biotin does not appear to get absorbed well through the blood. When very studies have been taken, they have highlighted a problem between biotin and hair loss; it was discovered that some individuals were unable to absorb any amount of biotin at all. On additional investigation of biotin and hair loss, it was found very clearly that individuals who have typed A blood are unable to absorb this type of vitamin.

The solution is that for those who have type A blood should not intake extra dosages of biotin. The optimal intake for these kinds of people would be five to eight grams per day. Fortunately there are little to no side effects, within the recommended limits of ingestion. The biotin and hair loss equation can also be interrupted when a person uses medicines for heartburn and/or acid reflux.

In addition to the above, there is nothing that would likely prevent biotin from working efficiently to restore hair growth for individuals who happen to suffer from hair loss. Individuals who need this type of vitamin can have it both in the form of pills (vitamin supplements), and through vegetables and fruits which are very rich in vitamin B. The biotin and hair loss connection has been distinguished well enough to be used as a natural remedy.

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How to Stop Your Hair Loss – The iGrow Laser Hair Rejuvenation System Review

The iGrow laser hair rejuvenation system is the first hands-free, laser hair rejuvenation system for home-use produced by Apira Science, Inc., which based in Newport Beach, California. Apira Science is an established leader and pioneer in low level laser therapy for hair loss and thinning hair. Its Revage670™ system is highly successful. The Revage670™ is a laser system used by dermatologists to address hair loss and thinning. It has been used by more than 500 doctors in over 25 countries around the world to effectively rejuvenate shedding and thinning hair.

According to their company official website, the new iGrow laser hair rejuvenation system incorporates the same scientifically proven low level laser technology that is found in the Revage670. And the same technology that relied upon in so many doctors’ offices and clinical settings is available now to home consumer!

Low level laser technology is an amazing, proven technology that can rejuvenate and revitalize thinning hair without any painful or embarrassing side effects. Hundreds of clinical studies have shown the effectiveness of low level laser therapy on hair loss treatment.

How does iGrow work?

1) Powerful as well as effective. The iGrow has 51 powerful light sources to provide full scalp coverage which includes 21 laser diodes and 30 LED lights. Combination laser and LED light therapy offers the optimum wavelength and frequency to treat hair loss. The output from iGrow is equivalent to most in-office clinical hair lasers, and as powerful as clinical solutions. Compare that to most hand-held laser comb or brush, they only have 9-15 laser lights, and use either low level laser or LED light.

2) Easy and convenience to use, no tiresome manual movement required as operating a handheld laser device. You just simply put it on your head and relax. Two or three times per week for about 20 minutes are enough. With hands-free operation, you can do other things while receiving treatment, such as reading, watching TV, or even listening to music, because the iGrow has built-in headphones that make it compatible with an iPod or MP3 player.

3) Programmed for men and women. The iGrow has a remote controller with five pre-set modes; three modes for men and two modes for women. Each mode is designed for different hair patterns with specific treatment.

4) The iGrow uses only low level laser and LED light to operate. This “cool laser” technology is safe to use, because it produces no heat, will not burn or injure the skin.

5) No more monthly bills for topical, shampoos, or doctor visits. Just one-time purchase and all you have to do is using iGrow as directed to maintain strong, healthy hair for a life time.

iGrow Users Reviews

1. Results from using iGrow are rapid and substantial. Generally, using iGrow as directed, most user report that within 12 weeks, they experience the cessation of excess hair loss, and their hair become thicker, fuller, and healthier within 24 weeks.

2. For best results, follow the recommended treatment schedule. Use the iGrow® 3 times a week on non-consecutive days. Each therapy session approximately take 20 minutes. It is essential to understand that consistent use provides optimum results.

3. During the first few treatments, some users (less than 2%) may experience a transient headache; it is because the iGrow treatment does increased blood flow in the scalp to promote the repair of damaged cells and weakened hair follicles.

4. Please note that Low level light therapy only works for people with existing hair follicles. It works best for people in the early stages of hair loss or thinning, but not for people suffers severe hair loss due to disease or medical causes.

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Give Your Hair Incredible Shine With Brilliantine, A Product Whose Time Has Returned

Imagine that Sleeping Beauty dozed off a hundred years ago and woke up today. Her world would be drastically different. But at least one thing would have remained the same: she would be able to find brilliantine. In the early 1900s, this oil-based finishing product for hair was commonplace in barbershops and homes. Then gradually, with changing times, brilliantine vanished from shop and household shelves. Fast forward a century, and brilliantine is once again recognized as a product that can add shine and subtle definition to hair.

A hundred years ago, oil and fragrance were the main ingredients in brilliantine. They were easily mixed together at home or in a barbershop. Castor and olive oil were often selected to bring out a sheen in the hair, and essential oil provided the fragrance. But other ingredients used in brilliantine were not as acceptable by today’s standards. Vaseline, lard, suet, and mineral oil were sometimes added. Whatever recipe was used, brilliantine was regarded as the best product for softening and enhancing beards and mustaches. It was also popular among men and women for adding shine and suppleness to their hair.

Nowadays, brilliantine formulas are diverse and complex, but they are all meant to give the hair shine and some amount of definition. Bumble & Bumble’s creamy brilliantine is designed to add a beautiful sheen as well as subtle definition. Garnier Fructis takes a high-gloss, strong-hold approach with its brilliantine. Joico makes a waxy brilliantine for separation and high shine. These companies generally combine synthetic and natural ingredients.

If you’re curious about how a brilliantine would work in your hair, you can give one of these salon or retail products a try. Or, you can make an all-natural brilliantine yourself. Here’s an easy recipe adapted from an old formula.

You’ll need 4 teaspoons of castor oil, 1 teaspoon of olive oil, 1 teaspoon of glycerine, and 2 drops of your choice of essential oil. Mix the ingredients together (and always shake before using). Put a dime-sized amount in your palm, rub your hands together, and gently spread the brilliantine through your dry or damp hair. If you have long hair, distribute more product at the ends. If more shine is needed, repeat applications with dime-sized amounts because using too much brilliantine can give a greasy rather than a glossy appearance. When you’ve finished applying the brilliantine, continue styling as desired.

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How to Use Bhringraj to Promote Hair Growth

The Bhringraj plant is well known for its hair growth properties, but it’s easy to become confused by the numerous names that it is also known by. If you are looking for natural products that contain extract of the Bhringraj plant, then look out for the following names, as they all refer to the same plant.

  • bhangra, bhringaraj or bhringraja
  • Eclipta alba
  • Eclipta prostrata
  • False Daisy
  • kehraj
  • karisalankanni
  • yerba de tago
  • maca

The Bhringraj plant by any of these names is a member of the large Asteraceae family of plants. It can be found growing in the wild in most countries, where it can be seen growing in damp soil, usually at the side of rivers or plantations. It is recognisable for it’s small white flower, and for growing to a height of up to 200mm. The leaves are green but have an unusual red tint around the edges and also on the branches of the plant.

When grown commercially, seeds are planted in a fertilizer rich soil and can be harvested after around 12-13 weeks. Subsequently the Bhringraj plant can be re-harvested around every 8 weeks. Its reputation as a treatment for hair loss originates from India. Indian Ayurvedic medicine attributes many beneficial properties to the Bhringraj plant and its leaves; however it is its effective use as a hair loss remedy that is making it popular more recently in Western culture.

There is a growing selection of hair loss products becoming available that rely on the hair growth properties of the Bhringraj herb. There are many ways of preparing the Bhringraj plant for application or ingestion, but either Bhringraj powder or Bhringraj oil is favoured for hair loss treatment. One method of applying to hair is to boil the leaf juice of the Bhringraj plant and mix with some coconut oil before applying to the hair. This not only adds body to the hair and natural nutrients to the scalp, but also adds a nice black sheen to the hair. The powder too can be used in place of the leaf juice.

Alternatively, sesame oil mixed with Bhringraj powder can also be applied to the scalp and hair, conditioning the hair and leaving it beautiful, dark and lustrous. It is this effect of darkening the hair that makes Bhringraj treatments of particular interest to adults who find their hair starting to grey. By using Bhringraj oil adults can make their hair darker and more beautiful, but also benefit from the Bhringraj plant’s hair growth properties. Users of Bhringraj oil usually find that their hair is easier is thicker and healthier.

Unlike some other hair loss treatments, Bhringraj is a herbal product and as such is a truly natural way to grow hair, prevent hair loss and keep your hair looking beautiful without using harmful chemicals. This absence of artificial ingredients in Bhringraj products makes it the preferred choice for many consumers looking to find the best product for hair loss. Some people have even reported that their hair regrowth has continued after they have stopped using Bhringraj oil.

Bhringraj is sold in both powder and oil form. There are also herbal supplements available for people not so keen on making tea out of the Bhringraj powder. The oil and powder are excellent treatments for hair loss and thinning hair and can continue to be used to keep the hair strong and healthy. The oil can be used as a pre shampoo treatment or massaged into the scalp the night before washing the hair. The powder can be added to conditioners and deep hair conditioning treatments.

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Hair Loss No More Book Review

Hair Loss No More author Jonathon E. Phillips is a leading hair loss analyst who has helped many people including celebrities and sports personalities to combat hair loss.

His extensive experience has enabled him to put together a 168 page ebook which provides a solid education in the way hair grows, why it stops growing, and a whole body approach to minimizing the effects of hair loss and promoting new hair growth.

Hair loss is suffered by millions of men and women the world over, hence, the insatiable appetite for trying anything that claims to stop hair loss and get hair to regrow. Therein lies the danger. This desperate mindset can lead many an unsuspecting consumer into parting with their money for very dubious hair loss remedies.

In Hair Loss No More the author approaches the subject of hair loss in 3 parts.

Part 1 provides an in-depth background of the hair growth mechanism and the main causes of hair loss in men and women.

An interesting section on hair shampoo gives a warning against alkaline based shampoos which can give the appearance of more body and volume but which actually are only of cosmetic value and in some cases they can even damage the hair.

Part 2 is the main section of the book introducing what the author terms a revolutionary Step-By-Step Hair Power Regimen.

Mr. Phillips firmly believes in controlling hair loss from within rather than hoping a magic potion or even a prescription drug will solve the problem. His reasoning makes much sense.

Proper attention to diet, nutrition, regular exercise, and proper breathing are all involved in making sure the scalp gets what it needs to supply the hair follicles responsible for hair growth.

Part 3 goes into detail on modern hair replacement techniques and procedures. If you have any questions about hair transplantation you will no doubt find the answers here.

Finally an Appendix section provides additional resources for keeping the body in a healthy condition with emphasis on coping with stress and learning how to relax.

I personally found the second section on the Hair Power Regimen very helpful. I practice the exercise program outlined in this book and it certainly does much for blood circulation and a general feeling of well-being.

As hair follicles rely on a healthy blood supply delivering the nutrients they need, it is crucial we do everything possible to make sure our diet supports healthy blood and we avoid a sedentary lifestyle and smoking which can have such an adverse impact on our circulatory system.

Background on Rogaine

One very interesting section in this book gives a detailed background to the launch of Rogaine, the hair growth medication approved by the FDA back in 1988. The sales of this drug have been nothing short of phenomenal making billions of dollars for the companies involved.

Not so well known is the fact that comments were made both by the pharmaceutical company representatives and doctors on the advisory board which appeared before the FDA to the effect that this was not a breakthrough medical discovery and the results vary greatly.

However, due to the public’s desperation for a remedy and the media spotlight on this product, sales continue to go through the roof. Mr. Phillips provides documentation to substantiate his observations. Certainly the product helps many with hair loss but be careful in how the results are interpreted and analyze closely the limitations.

In Conclusion

If you or a loved one are anxious about hair loss then this inexpensive downloadable ebook is certainly a worthy read.

It provides common sense, practical steps anyone can take to control hair loss and promote healthy hair growth without having to dip deep into the pocket. A welcome change indeed when it comes to the hair loss industry!

Title: Hair Loss No More

Author: Jonathon E. Phillips

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Do You Know What Kills Hair Follicles? This is What Kills Your Hair Follicles

If you want to find out once and for all what kills hair follicles then you are going to want to read this article. What most people are not aware of is that most if not all hair thinning and balding problems are caused by the inability of hair follicles to absorb the much needed nutrients via the scalp.

If your follicles can’t get nourished then they will get thinner and thinner and eventually fall off, resulting in balding. It’s that simple.

With that said it makes sense to say what kills hair follicles is the same thing that causes balding.

DHT is What Kills Hair Follicles

How does DHT do it? Before I reveal the details let me first explain exactly what this substance is.

Its full name is Dihydrotestosterone and it is formed when testosterone interacts with an enzyme called 5 alpha reductase. Once DHT is formed, it starts to affect the ability of your hair follicles to absorb nutrients from the blood vessels found in the scalp.

And like I mentioned before, without any nutrients, your hairs will literally starve and get thinner. It’s the same thing that would happen to a human or any other mammal; because hairs are made from protein and need to be nourished to grow.

How to Prevent DHT from killing Your Follicles

There are several substances that have proven to have the ability of preventing DHT from causing balding. The best ones I know currently include:

1.Zinc

2. The B group vitamins ( vitamin B3, B6, B5 and B12)

3. Pygeum Extract

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Natural Solutions For Hair Loss Problems

The average human head has roughly 100,000 hair follicles and each follicle can grow about 20 individual hairs during a person’s lifetime. The severity and nature of baldness can vary greatly; it does range from male and female pattern alopecia, alopecia areata, which involves the loss of just some of the hair from the head, and alopecia totalis, which involves the loss of all head hair, to the most extreme form, alopecia universalis, which involves the loss of all hair from the head and the whole body. It’s normal to shed some hair each day but men, women, teens and children may all experience excessive hair loss.

Temporary loss of hair can occur in areas where sebaceous cysts on the head are present for one week to several weeks. Poor digestion, parasites and nutrient deficiencies like iron or biotin deficiency shouldn’t be overlooked as possible causes. Some drugs or medications can cause hair loss too, which improves when you stop taking the offending medicine; some of the medications that can cause hair loss include blood thinners, medicines used for gout, chemotherapy drugs used for cancer, too much vitamin A supplementation, birth control pills, retinoids used to treat acne and skin problems, blood pressure medications and antidepressants.

One type of baldness is called traction alopecia, which is most commonly found in people with ponytails or cornrows who pull on their hair with too much force. In the past it was believed that baldness was inherited from a person’s maternal grandfather; while there’s some basis for this belief, actually both parents contribute to their offspring’s likelihood of hair loss. If the thyroid gland is overactive as in Grave’s Disease or underactive, hair may fall out; treating thyroid disease will help remedy this.

When hypothyroidism causes hair loss there will be thinning of the outer third of the eyebrows. Fungal infections on the scalp can cause hair loss in children, which is easily treated sometimes with topical antifungal medicines. Some tumors and skin growths can also induce localized baldness.

Sometimes surgery is another method of reversing hair loss and baldness, although it may be considered an extreme measure. Regular aerobic exercise can help keep androgen levels (male hormones) naturally lower while maintaining overall health, lowering stress and increasing SHBG. Very little testing has been done on the possible long-term effects of Minoxidil on women.

Propecia (Finasteride) and Minoxidil (Rogaine in the U.S and elsewhere as Regaine) are drugs that have been reported to having shown some success in partially reversing loss but one must consider the side effects. The surgical methods used include hair transplantation – when hair-producing follicles are taken from the back and sides of the head and injected into bald or thinning areas. Hair loss treatments and conventional and natural remedies range in price from free to expensive.

Try a more natural way of treatment if possible; taking hair loss drugs requires many months of exposure to chemicals. Propecia is available with a prescription; it comes in pill form, is only approved for men’s use and may take up to six months before you can tell if it is working. There are literally hundreds of hair loss products used as hair loss remedies and treatments.

You might try using double-strength herbal sage tea as a hair rinse or apply to the scalp every day as a tonic. An Asian remedy for hair loss – rub sesame oil on your scalp every night, cover with a cap or old towel; in the morning wash with a good herbal shampoo and rinse with a solution of one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in one quart of water. There is the garlic oil remedy for hair loss – at bedtime, puncture two garlic pearles, squirt the oil on the scalp, massage, cover with a cap, shampoo and rinse in the morning.

Make sure to test all remedies on a small area first and check with your hair loss doctor or skin doctor before trying any natural home remedy if it includes any irritating ingredients. The Russian cure with honey and vodka remedy for hair loss – combine one tablespoon honey with one jigger of vodka and the juice of a medium-size onion; rub mixture into the scalp every night, cover with a cap and shampoo in the morning. Taken orally, saw palmetto is an herbal DHT inhibitor often claimed to be cheaper and have fewer side effects than finasteride and dutasteride; unlike other 5alpha-reductase inhibitors, saw palmetto induces its effects without interfering with the cellular capacity to secrete PSA (protein specific antigen).

Polygonum Multiflorum is a traditional Chinese cure for hair loss; whether the plant itself is useful, the general safety and quality control of herbs imported from China can be questionable – only order form a reputable supplier. The olive oil and rosemary remedy for hair loss – use equal amounts of olive oil and oil of rosemary; combine them in a bottle, shake vigorously, massage into the scalp, put on a cap and shampoo in the morning. Another remedy, massage the scalp nightly with an oil made of one part rosemary oil and two parts almond oil.

The onion juice and honey remedy for hair loss: prepare a hair-growing elixir by combining 1/4 cup of onion juice with one tablespoon of honey; massage the scalp with the mixture every day. The raw onion remedy for hair loss – take half a raw onion and massage the scalp with it; cover the head overnight, shampoo and rinse in the morning. Beta Sitosterol, which is a constituent in many seed oils, can help to treat BHP (benign prostatic hypertrophy) by lowering cholesterol; but be careful, consuming large amounts to get at small quantities of beta sitosterol is likely to exacerbate male pattern baldness.

Consider picking one of the least harmful, topical, natural home treatment remedies (the kind you whip up at home), and try it on your scalp for at least 30 days. And concentrate on boosting your immune system to give your hair the best chance to regrow. Make sure to keep your scalp in good condition at all times.

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The Benefits of Getting Your Hair Done by a Hair Salon

With the current state of the economy, many women are looking to save money wherever they can. This often means clipping coupons for their favorite grocery products, learning to change their own tires, and carpooling for work and school. However, one thing that women should not try to cut corners with is their haircare.

Here are 4 great reasons to get your hair done at a professional hair salon:

1. Professional hair stylists know what products to use to make your hair look its best. Many women have damaged their hair by using the wrong kinds of color, relaxers and other products. Others may have split ends, or damage from heating their hair with blow dryers and curling irons. A hairdresser may have products on hand that will help to repair this damage, as well as to help protect your hair from future mishaps.

2. A professional hair stylist can help you find a look that works for your facial type and personality. Let’s face it, the style that you wore in high school tends to get a little old once you hit thirty. Also, while Halle Berry may be able to pull off the latest short style, if your face is square it may not look as fabulous. A hair dresser will be able to find a style that matches your face and personality while keeping you abreast of the newest styles and helping to keep your look from becoming dated.

3. Your look is almost as important as your resume. When it comes to landing a great job or moving up in the company that you are already a part of, looking the part goes a long way towards letting potential employers know that you are prepared for success. Getting your hair done professionally shows that you care about details like your appearance enough to not cut corners by doing things yourself that can be done better by someone else.

4. Getting your hair done at a hair salon helps you save time. Many women shave about 30 minutes to an hour off of their daily prep time when getting ready for work just by having a style that is low maintenance and that can last at least a week between sessions.

As they say, the hair is a woman’s crowning glory. Mess with anything else, but not the hair. Do not take chances and get your hair done at a professional hair salon.

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Does Castor Oil Help Hair Growth? Steps in Using Castor Oil For Hair Growth

Does castor oil help hair growth? A lot of people are asking this question especially among the ones who are facing hair loss and thinning problems. People who usually encounter this kind of issue are those who are in their late thirties and early forties onwards. This is also common among those who are regularly taking medicines like anti-fungal and antidepressants; as well as for women who are taking contraceptives on a regular basis.

Hence, if you belong to one of these categories, then you are more likely to be facing this kind of problem and you will eventually ask the question: does castor oil help hair growth? The answer to that is “yes, it can help a lot,” in fact many people are using it to treat their hair loss problem by following some procedures in using it; which I shall be discussing further on.

Does castor oil help hair growth? Yes, it does; in order to do that, just follow the following procedures: in order to create your own treatment solution, mix this oil with grape seed oil in equal proportion; apply the mixture to your scalp by gently massaging it and covering the entire scalp including the areas around your ears and above the back of your neck. After doing this procedure, completely wrap your hair with a towel and leave it covered for at least 15 to 20 minutes in order to allow the oil to fully penetrate your scalp and maximize it’s effects.

Afterward, you can rinse your treated hair with warm water and completely wash out the solutions. If you do not like the smell of your hair, you can use shampoo after an hour to allow the effect of the solution to be fully optimized. Repeat this procedure for at least twice per week for the next few months and you shall observe great improvement on your current condition.

This is just one aspect of the whole program; the other part is to regularly take essential vitamins and minerals that will develop hair; such as those containing vitamins A, B, C and E. Additionally, try to modify your meal plans to include fruits and green leafy vegetables because they are good sources for the nutrition you need for this purpose. At this point, your question on does castor oil help hair growth is already fully discussed and you already know the answer.

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