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Hair loss is first

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  • Posted By: stevie teever
  • January 7, 2010
  • 06:44 AM

Hair loss is first and foremost a personal issue. You should decide to go for treatment or not according to how you feel about hair loss. Even when this condition affects a large male population, each individual perceives baldness differently and copes with it in their own way. For some, shaving everything off and living aerodynamically is no big deal and even enjoy the slick look a clean-shaven head brings. Others find it terribly humiliating and have a hard time either accepting it or turn to every treatment imaginable in order to have a full head of hair. In either case and everything in between, there are options you can consider, even if the razor and shaving cream are already your best grooming product friends.
What you all think............
Give me your opinion????

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  • Massage the scalp with 2-3 drops of essential oil or a good vegetable oil. Massage well into the scalp so that the oil gets into deep roots of hair. Wrap the hair in plastic wrap and place a warm towel around it. Leave it for 2 to three hours or overnight. Shampoo the hair with a mild shampoo. Practicing this at regular basis would help your hair pores get rejuvenated.Eat a handful of white sesame seeds every morning. One handful of these small seeds contains about 1,200 mg. of calcium and to ignite the required nourishments of your scalp not to loose hair.Take some yogurt everyday (unless you are allergic to milk).Rinse hair with a mix of apple cider vinegar tea to help hair grow.Mix little warmer castor and almond oil and massage over scalp at least once a week.
    lizagill 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • Indeed it is...just make sure that you check out your lifestyle. Know your vitamin defficiencies and have a healthy habit...then im sure your hair will not fall out...
    dale91 143 Replies Flag this Response
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