Shampoo For Hair Loss – Ditch the Shampoos That Cause Hair Loss and Regrow Hair Now
The type of shampoo you use will definitely affect your thinning hair, in a good or bad way. For example, most shampoos contain surfactants which produce a great lather, but have no cleaning properties. These surfactants can be pretty harsh, and, for someone who is experiencing loss, surfactants should be avoided. So stop using shampoos that are harmful to the hair you are trying to keep! Experiment with some of the many shampoos without surfactants and find the one that works best for you.
While you are experimenting, why not try some of the shampoos with ingredients that can help prevent further hair loss. You might try shampoos containing the following ingredients:
1. Saw Palmetto: Saw Palmetto sees to inhibit the production of DHT in men, for example, and DHT causes hair follicles to shrink and close up.
2. Nettle and bay: Some people have found these ingredients helpful. Perhaps you will, too.
3. Essential Oils: These are concentrated oils made from plants such as lavender. From ancient times, these have been used to stimulate healthy hair and to decrease the rate of hair loss.
4. Tea Tree Oil: Many swear by this ingredient, and you can find tea tree oil shampoo at most drug and health product stores.
Good professional sources of information on shampoos that increase the health of existing hair and to reduce the rate of hair loss are dermatologists and licensed cosmeticians, who see hair loss conditions frequently and have had the opportunity to observe the results of a variety of shampoos. You can also search the Internet for product reviews and studies, but be mindful of “reviewers” that are mere selling a product.
While there are no definitive studies to show that shampoos can actually result in regrowth of hair that is caused by natural conditions like heredity and hormones, it is clear that early prevention is important. Experimenting with shampoos during these early stages may provide invaluable help in reducing the rate of loss.
Source by Ron Spain