Anyone – men, women and children – can experience hair loss. Hair loss can affect just your scalp, or it can affect your entire body.
Although hair loss may seem like a more prominent problem in men (two-thirds of men face hair loss by age 35), women are nearly as likely to lose or have thinning hair. Male pattern baldness is an inherited sensitivity to DHT, a by-product of testosterone, which leads to finer hair, a receding hairline, and finally a deserted scalp.
Female pattern baldness is characterised by thinning on the top or center of the head. Female hair loss is generally due to high levels of stress, hormone imbalance, thyroid conditions, or toxin exposure. The good news is that lifestyle changes to reduce stress, dietary improvements, and taking certain hair loss remedies can often improve hair growth.
Topically apply 20 – 40 drops of the Hair Growth Blend on the fingertips and then over the scalp in the evening (on dry hair). Leave it on overnight and rinse it off the next morning before washing the hair. Repeat 2 to 3 times weekly.
Or else consider making your own shampoo Rosemary mint shampoo – mix 180ml Aloe Vera gel 100ml (Super HydroGel), 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 10 tablespoons of baking soda, 20 drops Rosemary 5ml 10ml and 10 drops Peppermint 5ml 10ml. Store in a 240ml glass or plastic bottle.
Rosemary stimulates hair growth and helps prevent baldness, slow graying and treat dandruff.
Zinc addresses the cause of hair loss by blocking DHT binding sites and improving prostate health. Take 30 milligrams twice daily.