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How To Manage Hair Loss During Coronavirus Quarantine (COVID-19)


In these strange times of uncertainty, it is more important than ever to look after yourself, your health, and of course, your hair.

With hair salons and barbers shutting down due to the coronavirus, more and more people are freaking out about their hair.  However, it's not just haircuts and styling that matters. For those of us who are battling hair loss daily, it is vitally important that we continue to receive and use the treatments available.

Many online sources like online health and beauty retailers, and certain pharmacies will be closing down over the coming weeks, which means our access to hair loss treatments will be cut off. And although our health should be the most important thing, there are still many people who will worry about their hair. 

So, here, we go through a few simple things you can do to make sure you keep on top of your hair care routine, and remain on course to fight baldness and thinning hair.

Stock Up


The whole world seems to be stockpiling at the moment, which isn't necessarily a good thing.  However, stocking up on some key essentials should be a priority for you, particularly if you suffer from hair loss.

If you're using a treatment that requires daily usage, such as a supplement or a topical serum, then be sure to stock up for the next few months, minimum. With all the uncertainty about which online stores will remain open and which will be closing, you're best off being safe than sorry by stocking up on your treatments that will see you through your period of self-isolation.

Hair Care Routine


A good hair care routine is absolutely essential if you want to get the very best from your hair. You may have already settled on an effective hair care routine that has enabled you to minimise shedding and promote hair growth. If so, then great, stick with it.

However, if you haven't quite found a hair care routine that works, then now is the time to experiment with different treatments and schedules.

Eat Well 


Eating well doesn't just benefit your body, it actually benefits your hair, too. Be sure to eat lots of high-protein foods like fish, eggs, and lentils. The hair thrives on protein, and it can help strengthen the hair and help t grow stronger.

Try and cut out unhealthy foods that are high in sugar. It's unlikely you'll get to be as active, being stuck indoors for the majority of your time, so make sure you lower your carbs intake (not completely) and increase your protein intake.

Be Active


Again, the healthier you keep your body, the better condition your hair will be in to grow. It's not going to be easy to exercise, especially if you do not have a garden on an open outdoor space, but there are plenty of things you can do in and around your home that will get you fitter.

Go online, find some personal trainers on YouTube, and pick a few indoor exercise plans. The healthier you are, the healthier all aspects of your body will be, including your locks.

Take Vitamins


We stress this point time and time again. Taking vitamins should be a daily part of not only your hair care routine, but also for your overall health.  We cannot get all the vital nutrients and minerals needed in our diet through food alone, and that's why supplements are so important.

Multi-vitamin hair supplements are packed with specific ingredients that target the hair. Many are designed to help prevent thinning, and support healthy hair growth. If you haven't already got yourself some, be sure to purchase some. Viviscal and HR23+ are among the leading multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market.

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Dermatologist recommended Hair Growth Products


By Dr. Pat Lane

A dermatologist is a doctor who is trained to diagnose conditions that affect our skin, hair, and nails. Dermatologists treat over 3,000 skin conditions, including acne, psoriasis, and skin cancer. They are trained to carry out skin grafts, laser treatments, the excision of lesions, and more.  Dermatologists can also specialise in hair. They can get to the root of the problem, and in many cases, successfully treat hair loss.

Over 60 million people suffer from some stage of hair loss in the U.S. alone. With approximately 320 million people in the U.S., and at least 20% of them under the age of 30 in 2014, that means that over 1 in 5 Americans are losing their hair, with men representing a much higher percentage of hair loss victims.

If left untreated, it will continue to progress until most, or all, of your hair is gone. That’s why men and women are eager to find the best hair growth products available, products that work instead of making big promises that don’t deliver legitimate results.

In this post, in no particular order, I’ll run through what I think are the nine best treatments for hair loss available. I’ll cover the full range of hair loss treatments – shampoos, minoxidil formulas, tablets, and tools.




A. Regaine for Men (Minoxidil)


Regaine® Foam (Minoxidil) is the first and only scientifically proven foam hair loss treatment to help stop and even reverse hereditary hair loss, working deep down at the root. 9/10 men said they kept or regrew hair after 16 weeks use. It is important you keep applying your Regaine® morning and night, like you would brushing your teeth, so your hair continues to grow. When used twice daily, clinically visible results can be seen as early as 8 weeks. Branded as Rogaine in the USA.

B. Regaine for Women (Minoxidil) 


Regaine® for Women Foam once-a-day is the first and only clinically proven foam for women’s hair regrowth. It is scientifically proven to help stop and even reverse hereditary hair loss. Regaine® for Women Foam was developed in over 6 years of research in five countries. It is clinically proven to regrow hair in 8 out of 10 women who apply it once daily. Branded as Rogaine in the USA.

C. Nizoral Anti-dandruff Shampoo


Nizoral anti-dandruff shampoo not only treats and prevents dandruff, but also the inflammation associated with dandruff, relieving scalp redness and itching. Its targeted action specifically treats the underlying cause of dandruff, yet it is pleasantly gentle to your hair and odour free. Preventing dandruff is also an effective way to prevent excess hair shedding. Conditioning the scalp makes it less likely for hair to be damaged and prone to shedding.

D. Propecia/Proscar (Finasteride) 


Finasteride, sold under the brand names Proscar and Propecia among others, is a medication mainly used to treat an enlarged prostate or hair loss in men. It can also be used to treat excessive hair growth in women and as a part of hormone therapy for transgender women. It is taken by mouth. It can be effective, however, there are risks of negative side-effects, such as impotence, low sex drive, outbreak of spots, mental health issues, and mood swings.

E. Alpecin C1 Shampoo


Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo (for men) stimulates hair growth directly at the roots. Washing your hair daily with C1 immediately provides the hair roots with the activating caffeine ingredient, which can be detected after being left on for as little as 120 seconds. If left on for longer, more caffeine will be absorbed into the scalp.

F. Plantur 39 Shampoo 


Plantur 39 Caffeine Shampoo (for women) is a formula for fine and brittle hair - with premature hair loss. This shampoo can be used as a treatment for thin hair, as it adds thickness, texture and volume to the strands. It has fast become the most popular caffeine based shampoo for women. 

G. HR23+ Hair Restoration Supplement 


Made from key 23 key ingredients, HR23+ is a multi-vitamin hair restoration supplement that is designed to reduce hair loss in men and women suffering from early stages of baldness and thinning hair. HR23+ is Europe's #1 multi-vitamin hair supplement, and it is frequently recommended by hair clinics and industry professionals.Male and female users have seen visible results in their hair after just a few weeks of using HR23+.

H. Revivogen Scalp Therapy Hair Serum


Dr. Khadavi's hair growth serum, Scalp Therapy, creates the foundation for your complete hair rejuvenation. Formulated with the strongest natural inhibitors of 5-alpha-reductase and Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the root cause of hair loss in men and women - Applying Scalp Therapy once daily will reduce shedding and prevent future hair loss. Scalp Therapy also delivers two hair follicle growth stimulators to promote new hair growth in thinning areas.

I. Derma Roller


If you've never seen one, a derma roller is a small roller covered in tiny needles that can range in length from 0.25mm to 1.5mm. When rolled over the scalp or hairline, it creates tiny punctures that can make it easier for the medicinal qualities of topical and oils to reach the hair follicles. These wounds also need to heal, and as they repair, they produce protein and collagen, which helps stimulate hair growth.



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Are Pistachios Good for Hair Growth?


February 26th celebrates National Pistachio Day, and to mark the occasion, we're taking a closer look at this tasty nut to see what sort of benefits it can have on our hair.

What is a pistachio?


A pistachio, although categorised as a nut, is technically the seed of a fruit. Its scientific name is Pistacia Vera and belongs to the Anacardiaceae family. It is contained in a shell, which reveals a green coloured nut with a red/purple outer covering. The green part is generally quite sweet, with a creamy type taste. It is often used in desserts, and other sweet dishes.

Pistachio Nutrition Facts:

Listed below is the nutritional value of Pistachios per 100 gms:
Total Calories: 562
Total Carbohydrates: 28 gm
Dietary Fiber: 10 gm
Total Fat: 45 gm
Vitamin A: 8 %
Calcium: 10 %
Vitamin C: 9 %
Iron: 21 %
Vitamin B6: 85 %
Magnesium: 30 %

What are the benefits of nuts?


Good nuts to add to your diet include walnuts, which are packed with omega-3 fatty acids and biotin, and Brazil nuts, which are high in selenium. Selenium is not only good for promoting a healthy skin and scalp, but the mineral can also help prevent hair loss.

Nuts, and pistachios in particular, are a treasure of natural iron. Iron is a must for healthy lustrous hair because of ferritin, a protein that is responsible for storage of iron in our bodies. More the stored iron, more is the available oxygen to nourish hair cells.

What are the main benefits of pistachios? 


There are many benefits to eating Pistachios. They help strengthen hair and make it more flexible. It contains a good quantity of biotin, which basically fights against the hair loss and helps promote stronger hair growth. The main factor that leads to hair loss is a deficiency of biotin. It again helps to nourish the dry hair and helps to increase the flexibility of hair strands. Deep nourishment can be done by using a pistachio based hair mask or a topical solution such as a shampoo or serum.

Pistachios simply provide a solution for dehydrating and split ends or any further damage caused. The roots of the hair get strengthened and also the hair locks are made stronger by consuming pistachios. Fatty acids are very essential for proper hair growth that stimulates healthy growth of hair strands.

Other health benefits of pistachios include weight loss, lower cholesterol and blood sugar, and improved gut, eye, and blood vessel health. What's more, they're delicious, versatile, and fun to eat. For most people, including pistachios in their diet is a great way to improve overall health.


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Hair Care Tips for Spring Season


With the days getting longer and temperatures rising, you can just sense spring season is well on its way. And, just like your wardrobe, your hair is due for a seasonal change. Here, hair stylist Jamie Dutton shares top hair care tips for transitioning your routine from winter to spring.


Start with a trim


Winter has a nasty habit of damaging our hair. The cold time of year can play havoc, so snipping off the dead ends is the first step to freshening up for spring. Remember, we only recommend a small trim - nothing major. Just a little tidy up. Get your hairdresser to take off all the dry, split ends. This will make your hair look and feel healthier.


Use Conditioners


If you've been using predominately shampoos over the winter months, then consider adding a conditioner to your hair care routine during spring. The combination of humid spring air and hydrating products may put too much moisture in your hair... which ups the potential for frizz. A conditioner will help keep your hair smooth, and free from frizz or damage. Do not use conditioner more than twice a week though.


Highlight your hair


As the weather gets brighter, so too should your locks. If you typically get highlights, ask your colourist for a technique called balayage: It involves painting the colour onto individual strands in a random pattern, rather than the methodical placement of traditional foil highlights. It works for all hair colours. This will help create a beautiful sun-kissed look, perfect for the sunnier days.


Use topical serums


Combat inevitable spring shedding with a good topical serum. Topical serums can help prevent excess shedding, and strengthen the strands at the root. If you are already prone to shedding, or suffer from naturally thin hair, then a good topical serum should be an essential part of your hair care routine. We recommend HR23+ Scalp Therapy Serum.


Heat based styling products


Be careful when using heat based styling products like hairdryers and straighteners, because they can cause severe damage to your hair if used excessively. However, hot tools are invaluable for keeping strands smooth, so be sure to use them sparingly, and carefully.


Beat humidity


Never used an anti-humidity spray? It's a game-changer during muggy months. Mist the spray on dry hair post-styling, aiming toward the roots. You can even stash it in your purse and use as a mid- or end-of-day touch-up. Just don't overdue it, as too much can leave a residue. Try Oribe Imperéable Anti-Humidity Purse Spray ($19.50, oribe.com).


Take vitamins


Hair vitamins are hugely popular and massively effective, particularly if you're trying to reduce shedding and promote better looking hair growth. Multi-vitamin supplements are a great way of getting all the right vitamins and minerals into your daily intake.  Supplements like Viviscal and HR23+ can help prevent hair fall, reduce damage, and support healthy, thicker, hair growth, both in men and women.

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Hair Loss Celebrities: The Men Who Can Pull it off

Hair loss affects more than six out of ten men by the age of 40, and no one is immune to it - not even celebrities. So, in this special article, we'll look past the doom and gloom of baldness, and actually look at the positives, for a change.

So, just to prove hair loss isn't the end of the world. here are seven famous men who are experiencing baldness, but, somehow, manage to pull it off.



Jason Statham


There aren't many men who look better with without hair, but Jason Statham is certainly one of them. The action movie actor has made a habit out of looking cool with his shaved head, and inspired many men to go down the same avenue.  So, if it's thinning, just get buff, and shave it off.



Bruce Willis 


Much like Statham, Bruce Willis has made a career out of making bald look cool. Again, if you're paranoid about your hair thinning, then the shaved head look really isn't so bad, as Willis proves. A bit of light stubble can also add to the manly look.



Jude Law


It's hard to remember a time when Jude Law didn't have a receding hairline. It's been a part of his look since his early adult acting days. So, how does he get away with it? Well, his charming good looks help, but it's more to do with the fact he never tries to hide his hairline.  That in itself shows confidence, which is an attractive trait in any man.



John Travolta 


It took him a fair bit of time, but, eventually, John Travolta shaved his remaining locks and is now sorting the bald head look, which to be fair, really suits him. After botch job hair transplants, tacky looking hair fibres and spray, Travolta finally decided to accept his fate, and in all honesty, he should have done it years ago.



Daniel Craig


There seems to be a pattern emerging here: Get buff, crop the hair short, or shave it off, and there you have it - a manly looking dude. It just shows you, if you keep yourself fit, well-groomed, and healthy, you can look just as cool, if not cooler, without any hair at all. Craig isn't bald, but his frontal hairline receding is barely noticeable because of how well groomed and in shape he is.



Ryan Reynolds


Again, much like Daniel Craig, Ryan Reynolds isn't suffering from full blown baldness, but he's always had a slight receding hairline, and to be fair to him, it's actually enhanced his image. The maturing hairline gives Reynolds that more chiselled look, and the fact he doesn't try to hide it, just shows how confident his is with it.



David Beckham 


Let's face it, David Beckham looks good in any style you give him. Becks just seems to have a face that suits any hairstyle, and he's been through a fair few hair-dos over the years, that's for sure.  The football legend is starting to recede at the temples, and generally thin all over, but, he still manages to pull it off, with a host of strategically executed hairstyles.


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How To Prevent Greasy Hair

 


Apart from hair loss, greasy hair is the most complained about hair condition, particularly amongst women. Greasy hair is said to be inherited through your genetics, but there can also be other common causes to the problem.

What causes Greasy Hair?  


Greasy hair is essentially a mix of debris and your scalp’s natural oils that accumulate over time. It doesn’t matter whether your hair is thick, fine, curly or straight; people of all hair types are exposed to environmental aggressors and produce sebum. It’s just that it’s more visible and easily accumulated in fine hair, compared with your thick or curly-haired friend, say.

Greasy hair is an inconvenience, but it can be treated effectively with the right hair care routine, and products. In this article, we'll go through a few ways in which you can stump greasy hair, not just for a day, but for the long term.

1. Anti-Grease Shampoo


Washing your hair with 'normal' shampoo won't solve the issue of greasy hair.  You'll need to start using a special anti-grease shampoo to get your hair in the condition you want it. Anti grease shampoos contain a key blend of ingredients that specifically target grease. The good ones will eliminate grease, without making your hair too dry.

Anti grease shampoos are perfect for those who suffer from an oily scalp and dandruff, helping to minimise oils and impurities to deeply cleanse your locks. They can also eliminate dandruff causing micro-organisms and banishes excess sebum to leave your scalp cleansed and refreshed.

2. Talcum Powder


This may seem a bit odd, but if you haven't tried talcum powder on your hair, then give it a try. The oil absorbing property of talcum powder makes it work like dry shampoo on your hair. If your hair is greasy, sprinkle some talcum powder on the roots. Gently work it through the hair and brush away the excess. The talcum will blot away extra oil refreshing your hair instantly.

Talcum powder is cheap, fast working, effective, and you can even choose your desired scent. 

3. Dry Shampoo


Dry shampoo is great for all hair types - even if your hair isn't oily. You can use dry shampoo to give your hair extra volume when styling. It's a handy product to have at all times, and it can dramatically reduce the appearance of greasy strands. There are so many different brands and formulas on the market, so it's just a case of finding the right one that works best for you and your hair, individually.

It is also key not to wet wash your hair too often (no more than 3-4 times a week), and so dry shampooing is a great way to keep your hair dry, and clean. 

4. Volumising Powder


Volumising powder is great for adding volume to your hair which is perfect for men and women who suffer from greasy strands. While dry shampoo is an excellent choice for those who need to freshen up without having to go through a shower routine to make their hair look great, the hair volumising powder acts as a styling product, giving the hair a dry, matte look.

5. Lemon Juice


Finally, it's not just on-the-shelf products that can help reduce the effects of greasy hair, because a certain home made remedy can also work wonders for your strands. Home made lemon juice can help minimise oiliness, giving your hair a dryer, matte look.

Lemon helps to rejuvenate the scalp and add gloss to dull hair. The astringent and purifying qualities of lemon make it perfect for those with oily hair. And for those reasons, the ancient Egyptians used lemon juice as the shampoo to remove dirt and grease from hair.

Mix the equivalent of the juice from 1 lemon with 1 cup water and rinse through your hair, then rinse with warm water. Lemon juice can help control shampoo build-up, too.


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25 Products for Treating Hair Loss that are Worth Trying


We previously covered the 25 best ways to tackle baldness and thinning hair, so, in this article, we'll be taking you through the 25 most effective products for treating hair loss in both men and women.

There are literally thousands of hair care products on the market, but, only a small fraction of these products can actually be effective. Treating hair loss is a complicated process, especially as there isn't a cure for the problem.

So, in no particular order, here are 25 of the very best hair loss treatments on the market, picked by our in-house professionals...


Viviscal Hair Growth Supplement


Viviscal Extra Strength has been one of the leading multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market for quite some time now. This carefully formulated supplement contains nutrients Biotin and Zinc, which help maintain healthy hair growth from within, helping to thicken out your locks and stop loss. The supplement boasts the key ingredient of AminoMar C™, a rich protein compound of marine extracts blended with organic soluble silica and fortified with Vitamin C.
Viviscal has two separate supplements: one for women, and one for men, respectively.
Rating:  ★★★★

HairMax Ultima 12 LaserComb


Hair laser combs and brushes are becoming increasingly popular with men and women trying to tackle baldness, and the HairMax Ultima 12 LaserComb is fast becoming the go-to-product. HairMax laser devices are proven to regrow hair with an average increase in hair count of 129 additional new hairs per sq. in. Some people remain sceptical, but it's definitely worth a try, especially if you're running out of options.
Rating:  ★★★★
 

Biotin


Biotin is a B vitamin (B7) often recommended for hair health. Since biotin deficiency can lead to thinning of the hair, proponents claim that taking biotin supplements—in pill or tablet form—or using biotin-enriched shampoo and hair products can thicken hair and stimulate hair and nail growth.
Biotin is most commonly preferred as a tablet, and can be very beneficial in helping support hair growth. 
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Derma Roller


Clinical research on using the derma roller for hair loss has shown that the derma roller is effective in helping to repair hair loss, both with and without minoxidil. Results showed that men who used the derma roller with minoxidil had significantly more hair growth than the men who used minoxidil on its own. The derma roller works by wounding the skin with tiny pins, and when the skin is penetrated, it produces protein to repair. This in turn can help stimulate new hair growth. 
Rating:  ★★★





OGX Biotin & Collagen Shampoo


There is no scientific study that proves any shampoo can treat hair loss, so, we're not suggesting for one moment that this shampoo will magically cure baldness. However, it does contain Biotin and Collagen, both key ingredients that can help support the healthy functioning of hair growth. This shampoo won't cure baldness, but it can certainly help minimise it.
Rating:  ★★★


Minoxidil


Minoxidil is the only medically approved topical treatment for hair loss. It can help regrow hair, but only on a small scale. The solution (5% for men, and 2% for women, respectively), is available under many brands, but most commonly as Regaine, or Rogaine in the USA.  This treatment can be particularly effective when used in conjunction with other products like the derma roller, the laser comb, and multi-vitamin hair supplements.
Rating:  ★★★★


Saw Palmetto


Studies show that regular Saw Palmetto extract intake can help strengthen hair, and may even promote hair regrowth in men and women alike, for thicker hair. Saw Palmetto Berries act as a natural supplement to help reduce acne and prevent its growth. Saw Palmetto can be particularly effective when taken as part of a multi-vitamin hair supplement, or in conjunction with other vitamins, such as Biotin.
Rating:  ★★★

Himalaya Protein Hair Cream 


Himalaya’s Protein Hair Cream nourishes the hair root and shaft. Its special ingredients strengthen hair, promote hair growth and leave hair soft and shiny. The Protein Hair Cream nourishes your hair with natural proteins derived from Chickpea, while Amla promotes hair growth, for a smoother, shinier, thicker texture. If you're looking to add some volume and strength to your hair, then this little gem is worth a try.
Rating:  ★★★

HR23+ Scalp Therapy Treatment Serum


If you're looking for a safe and natural alternative to the potentially harsh Minoxidil, then HR23+ Scalp Therapy Treatment Serum is your best bet. This powerful serum works at the root cause of hair loss, with its unique blend of KGF and MRS, along with Saw Palmetto and Biotin. Expect to see improvements in your hair after just weeks of using this. 
Rating:  ★★★


Hairprint Regrowth Serum


Sticking with the serums, next up is Hairprint Regrowth Serum. This hair regrowth serum addresses two contributors to hair loss and thinning: the presence of the hormone DHT, which shrinks and chokes off the hair follicle, and the dormancy of papilla cells needed for the generation of new hair. Clinical studies of Basil Root Concentrate show a significant reduction in hair loss in the first month and increased hair-producing papilla cells, indicating hair regrowth.
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Haeckels Pumpkin Seed Oil


Pumpkin seed oil probably has a protective effect against more hair thinning, since it's been shown to reduce chronic inflammation and atherosclerosis. High DHT levels in scalp tissue are correlated with pattern hair loss; therefore, pumpkin seed oil may be a natural DHT blocker with pro-hair effects.
Rating:  ★★★
 

Finasteride


Finasteride (Propecia) is a prescription drug for male baldness. It is the only FDA approved orally taken treatment for hair loss. Many man have experienced stoppage in hair loss from taking the drug, but it does not regrow hair. Speak to your doctor before taking medical drugs, because this particular one can come with some very nasty side-effects.
Rating:  ★★★

Neogen NeoWash Shampoo


Neogen NeoWash Shampoo is designed for people who are prone to hair loss with a sensitive scalp.  This non-aggressive formula gently cleanses while strengthening the hair fiber, thanks to its innovative TrichoTech technology.  Anyone can use this shampoo, as it is suitable for all hair types, however, NeoWash Shampoo is specially formulated for people with severe baldness issues.
Rating:  ★★★


Stinging Nettle (Nettle Leaf Extract)

 
Using stinging nettle is a very traditional treatment for combating baldness. Stinging nettle supplements and drinks can be consumed to treat hair loss, while a good scalp massage using nettle oil can help stimulate hair regrowth. Nettle leaves are rich in silica and sulfur which help make the strands shiny and healthy. Rinsing hair with nettle extracts and water can result in the stimulation of follicles, and the restoration of natural hair colour.  Nettle leaf based shampoos have also shown to help reduce dandruff.
Rating:  ★★★

Collagenius Hair Growth 180 Laser Helmet

 
The Collagenius Hair Growth 180 Laser Helmet is a clinically proven laser technology to treat hair loss and thinning. 180 lasers diodes - more than twice the nearest competitor to provide the best results. This device penetrates deep into the scalp to stimulate hair growth at the root of your follicles, providing you with a natural and safe solution with zero side effects
Only available in the UK.Rating:  ★★★


Alpecin


Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo C1 (250ml)
Enriched with caffeine, it promotes hair growth and can slow down hereditary hair loss. It penetrates the hair follicles even once the shampoo is rinsed out, and if left on for longer, it will also penetrate into the scalp. In just a few washes, the hair's structure is improved, with enhanced grip. Fine and weak hair is fortified, making it easier to style.
Alpecin Liquid (200ml)
Formulated with a caffeine-containing active ingredient combination, this multi-tasking liquid counteracts premature hair loss, increases hair root productivity and enhances the speed of hair growth. Lasting for up to 24 hours, it creates a tingling sensation on the scalp when applied.
Rating:  ★★★

HR23+ Hair Restoration Supplement


If you're looking for a solution to thinning hair, then HR23+ Hair Restoration Supplement is probably one of your best bets. This hard-working formula is Europe's #1 multi-vitamin hair supplement, with 9 out of 10 users satisfied with the results. Packed with 23 key hair beneficiary ingredients, HR23+ works at the root cause of hair loss, helps prevent excess shedding, and support the function of healthy hair growth in both men and women.
Rating:  ★★★

Revivogen MD Scalp Therapy 


Revivogen MD Scalp Therapy is the main product in the Revivogen line and is made from the most powerful ingredients to combat thinning hair, enhance its physical appearance, and initiate the hair follicles' growth cycle. These natural ingredients have been proven to reduce Dihydrotestosterone production (commonly abbreviated as DHT), block the androgen receptors, limit DHT uptake, and enhance rejuvenation for thicker, fuller and healthier hair.
Rating:  ★★★
 
 

Regenepure DR


Regenepure DR is a powerful shampoo for combating hair loss with nourishing ingredients that will properly cleanse and prepare the scalp to absorb the nutrients from the NT and Biotin Conditioner. Formulated with effective ingredients such as Niacin, Vitamin B6, Saw Palmetto Extract and Zinc Oxide, the DR will become a staple in your hair maintenance routine.
Rating:  ★★★

 

Phyto Phytophanère Capsules

 
Specialists in hair care and treatments, Phyto have developed Phyto Phytophanère Capsules, a dietary supplement designed to treat hair loss, specifically seasonal hair loss. It contains zinc, which contributes to healthy hair growth. It works to encourage growth and increase hair volume.
Rating:  ★★★
 

Ginkgo Biloba

 
Ginkgo Biloba has been found to increase circulation and help with hair growth. It does this by increasing blood flow to the peripheral parts of the body, and micro-capillaries. By improving circulation to these capillaries, the body is able to more-effectively deliver oxygen and nutrients to the scalp, thus promoting hair growth. 
Rating:  ★★★

 

Nutraviv Hair Growth Serum

 
Nutraviv is a cutting-edge hair growth serum is designed to block DHT, deliver topical vitamins, essential fatty acids, and essential oils directly to the areas of loss.  Nutraviv hair growth scalp serum is a completely unique natural formula that does not contain Minoxidil or any harsh Chemicals.  It does contain natural DHT blockers, B vitamins, scalp healing herbs, and essential oil safe for most hair types.. 
Rating:  ★★★
 
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