Manataka American Indian Council
Hair Loss - Balding
balding solution and prevention for hair loss, promote healthy hair
growth after illness and stress. Proven baldness remedy and natural
herbal cures for alopecia.
What causes Alopecia or Hair Loss?
Hair loss can be a traumatic experience for many people. A healthy head of hair is often an important factor in how you feel about yourself and in feeling good about your appearance. When hair begins to fall out, appears thin and lifeless or comes out in patches, this can cause a great deal of distress and insecurity.
We all lose hair every day, this is a natural and healthy occurrence; however, sometimes hair loss becomes excessive and then it is important to find out what is causing it.
The health of your hair is a good indicator of the health of your body. When hair loss becomes excessive, it is important to find out what is causing it so that you can also treat the underlying problem.
There are many causes of hair loss, including:
Rarely, hair loss may be an early symptom of disease like diabetes or lupus.
What should I do if I notice excessive hair loss?
It is important to pay attention to undue hair loss, even if this is just to reassure yourself that all is well. The first step would be to visit your doctor, homeopath or health care professional who will usually ask a series of questions and even do some tests to find out what is causing your hair loss.
If it is found that you have a medical condition which is responsible for the hair loss (e.g. thyroid problems) then treating the condition will often reverse the hair loss. Each case is different and the underlying causes should always determine how your particular problem is handled medically. Once the cause has been found, there may be a number of different ways of treating it, ranging from a change in medication, treating an underlying medical condition and using products to promote hair growth.
What about male pattern baldness?
Male pattern baldness is one of the most common causes of hair loss in men and early balding often runs in families.
Male pattern baldness is hormonal in origin. Young men have relatively high amounts of a hormone called testosterone in their bodies. As they grow older, the testosterone levels fall due to the presence of an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase, which converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT effects the hair follicles and slows down hair production, producing weak, shorter hair and even stops the hair follicle from producing hair at all. Over time, this causes balding.
While this is perfectly normal and many men come to accept that a balding or bald head does not affect their attractiveness, others have difficulty in accepting the change and seek treatment. This can range from using prescription drugs like finasteride (which inhibits 5-alpha reductase) or Minoxidil to expensive hair implants.
Hair is mostly made from a fibrous protein called keratin, which is also found in fingernails and toenails. The supply of nutrient-rich blood to the scalp and hair follicles is essential in promoting healthy hair growth and preventing hair loss.
Natural remedies can help hair grow stronger and more plentifully by nourishing it at the roots, stimulating blood flow and the supply of nutrients to the hair follicles and thereby promoting healthy hair growth and slowing down excessive hair loss.
What are the ingredients of ReGrow Massage Oil?
ReGrow Massage Oil contains only 100% pure aromatic essential oils - no artificial additives!
Chamomile Essential Oil: - has been used for centuries for a wide range of conditions and has extra-ordinary healing and soothing properties and is often a first choice to treat stress and related disorders. Using pure chamomile essential oil on the scalp helps to strengthen the capillaries that supply blood to the scalp and hair follicles and improve elasticity. It is also an excellent skin cleanser.
Rosemary Essential Oil: - Traces of Rosemary have been found in Egyptian tombs and this rejuvenating aromatic herb is traditionally seen as a symbol of regeneration. Rosemary helps to sharpen the mind and improve memory. Used topically it has excellent astringent properties. Rosemary essential oil is well known for its beneficial effect on scalp disorders and its ability to encourage healthy hair growth.
Sage Essential Oil: - Sage essential oil helps to tone and stimulate hair follicles and is of great benefit in the treatment of all scalp and skin disorders.
Avocado Oil Base: - The chamomile, Rosemary and Sage essential oils are carefully blended into an avocado oil base - chosen for its rich and nourishing properties.
(ReGrow Massage Oil contains no animal products, gluten, preservatives or any synthetic additives)
"I would use this oil even if I did not have a hair problem! The fresh herbal smell really helped to relax me and the massage was great! I could see a difference to my hair which became stronger and not so wispy. Thanks for this lovely product!" Tom B
"After chemo my hair was nonexistent and I hated walking around with a cap the whole day. What with my illness and then having no hair did not really help me to feel good. I enjoyed the massage and even used the oil in the daytime. My doctor was amazed at how well and strongly my hair came back! We still have a way to go but Native Remedies always has an answer! " Ben
"I had alopecia caused by some medicines my doctor prescribed and it was awful to see the hair fall out every time I washed my hair! I used ReGrow oil and the drops every day for three months and the results have been very good. People said that I was wasting my money but they have been proved wrong! I have bought some oil for my uncle who is losing his hair and he says that he already feels the difference." Georgia M.
ReGrow Massage Oil should be massaged into the scalp and hair roots for 10 - 15 minutes every evening and left until morning before washing out with a mild (preferably herbal) shampoo.
Massage slowly, using firm, circular movements to encourage blood flow to the area. You can massage your own head, but it is also delightfully relaxing and soothing to have someone do it for you!
It is recommended that you use a towel on your pillow to protect linen from the oils.
Use sparingly and add a little at a time until the scalp is covered. Existing hair does not need to be saturated and the roots and scalp are the important areas to cover.
Massage action will spread the oil thoroughly over the scalp and warm the essential oils - promoting the release of their therapeutic properties.
It is therefore important that ReGrow Massage Oil be massaged into the scalp for at least 10 minutes.
Caution: Safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been established.
Note: For best results, use along with ReGrow Plus Drops.
Can I use ReGrow Massage Oil along with other hair stimulating medicines?
Yes, you certainly can!
How long before I see results?
Although the nourishing and stimulating process begins immediately, remember that hair grows slowly and you may only begin to see observable results after a few months.
How long does one bottle last?
One bottle of ReGrow Massage Oil when used sparingly every night should last approximately 2 - 3 weeks.
A 45-60 day supply is offered at a discount (see the Buy 2 Get 1 FREE special below).
What else can help?
1. Scientists have found a link between smoking and hair loss - another reason to quit!
2. Add Flaxseed Oil or Evening Primrose Oil to your daily supplements
3. Make sure you have sufficient (not too much!) Vitamin A and a good Vitamin B complex
4. Zinc and Copper are important trace elements to promote healthy hair growth.
5. Eat a healthy diet with lots of fresh fruit and raw vegetables.
6. Avoid harsh hair chemicals or heat from hair dryers or heated rollers.
7. Protect your hair from the sun by using a hat.
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