Which Hair loss Shampoo Is The Best
The simple answer to the title is none of them. Shampoo’s
mainly tackle the hair that’s on top of your head, not the root as they say of
the problem. Which coincidentally is the root, the hair follicle root. What’s exactly happens then as a person loses
their hair? First of all the hair follicle itself starts to weaken. It gets thin,
so thin that eventually it dies. No more hair is replaced by that particular
As it spreads like wildfire across a bigger area on top of
your head it starts to become noticeable. First maybe it’s the sides of the
temple that start to receed providing you with the famous widows peak. Or it
could be the bald patch at the back given you the famed monks peak.
Some caffeine shampoos can thicken the hair on top of your
head to a certain degree. But if the hair gets damaged at the root thickening
at the top cannot compensate for this. Especially if more and more hair sheds,
which eventually it will.
So you need to actually treat the root to withstand any
chance of stopping hair loss in it’s tracks. This is most easily done by
applying a topical solution that penetrates deep into the roots. A produced
called minoxidil is used by trained hair restoration experts. I have seen it at
a seminar. But the good thing is, you can now buy it online and apply it
yourself with an eyedropper.
You don’t need to be a stylist nor do you have to pay
hundreds of dollars for the privilege neither. You can get a months supply for
about $40. What would you rather do, keep losing your shirt paying for over
priced shampoo treatments that simply do not work? Or apply a topical solution
to the actual roots to stimulate them to produce more hair.
New Solution Tackles Problem
Minoxidil will also stop the damaged hair roots from dying.
Once the roots are gone there is nothing you can do about it apart from having
replacement surgery. There is one more thing you have to do to get the maximum
benefits from this topical solution. You have to increase your vitamin, mineral
and healthy nutrition content. This is the backbone to producing healthy
stronger hair. It may not have an effect against hereditary hair loss but it
can help greatly once you start using a topical treatment.
Topical treatments provide your hair with extra vitamins and
ingredients and also increase the blood supply to the hair shafts. It only
makes sense to have a healthy immune system in the first place so your body is
functioning well and you have a good supply of nutrients feeding your hair