February Hair Loss Picks

Hair Loss Treatments for February

Each month we aim to bring you our top hair loss products and treatment recommendations. This month, we look at some treatments that are ideal to take during the peak of winter season. Many hair loss sufferers underestimate the importance of taking extra care of their hair during winter. To get the very best out of your hair, it is crucial to keep your hair strong, during the season when damage and hair fall can be commonly found.

So, in no particular order, here are the eight recommendations for the month of February...

1. Gentle Shampoo by Viviscal.

A great shampoo can be extremely beneficial to your hair, especially during the colder months of the year. Viviscal Gentle Shampoo is ideal for men and women who have particularly fine hair. Using this shampoo will help strengthen your strands, without causing further damage to your locks.

2. HR23+ Scalp Therapy Serum with KGF.

Containing a potent blend of KGF and Saw Palmetto, along with 41 other key ingredients, HR23+ Scalp Therapy Serum is simply one of the best products of its kind you are ever likely to try. Back in stock after a few months of development, this serum is a must-try for men and women who are looking to prevent hair fall and encourage stronger hair growth.

3. Zinc Supplement.

Zinc is a vital mineral for healthy hair, skin and nails. Dermatologists recommend zinc for hair growth. Zinc consumption can prevent hair loss. A good zinc supplement for hair loss will supply a good amount of the minerals. It doesn't matter what brand you go for - as long as it is Zinc, at around 5mg-15mg daily dosage.

4. Choline Supplement.

Deficiency of Choline can cause stress which can lead to hair loss. Choline supports the healthy balance of the body which has a huge impact on the health of hair and scalp.A small daily dosage of Choline can make a big difference to your hair.

5. Retinol Serum.

Retinol, also known as Vitamin A and trentinoin, is essential for the growth of and maintenance of skin and hair. The anti-inflammation capabilities seen in topical retinol have made it widely accepted by the scientific community as a potential treatment for hair loss. Get your hands on a good Retinol serum, which you can apply to your scalp a few times a week.

6. Nettle Leaf.

Nettles includes more than 30 plants of the Urticaceae family. Stinging nettle or common nettle, or Urtica dioica, is a green-leaved plant with small purple flowers that is native to Europe and North America. The plant’s root is sometimes used in preparations to help prevent or reduce hair loss.

7. Saw Palmetto Liquid.

If you have experienced good results from using Saw Palmetto, then try it in serum form and see the results. Although further tests are needed to prove Saw Palmetto's effective for combating hair loss, many users of this extract have experienced exceptional results for their hair. Just remember to avoid Saw Palmetto if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.  

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