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I got a rash with a generic Minoxidil foam product --had to stop using it --lost the hair regrowth --your results may differ.
I make my own CBD and that formulation has regrown some of my hair --much new growth --top front near the hairline. The have been no scalp rash issues but the hair regrowth may be unique to me for some reason. More general and cohort testing is needed.
The base carrier oil is hemp and olive oils --the hair oil effect is nice too ;)
I would advice you to go to a hair doctor get it checked and they will recommend some stuff.
First find the reason for hairloss and then try to minimize/stop it.

If you want to do it yourself then i'd suggest you start here. read the subreddits wiki. TONS of good info there.
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Alas, but today, hair loss and hair health deterioration are urgent. First, you need to identify the cause, and only then prescribe treatment! I can recommend vitamins from the German company Bayer as a preventive measure. Terrific composition! It contains millet extract, oil of millet germ, pantothenic acid, and L-cysteine, one of the best antioxidants. I tried it myself and was pleased with the results. After taking a course, your hair problems should disappear. I also buy supplements to improve concentration Buy Nootropics | Shop the Best Nootropics Supplements on the Market at Paradigm Peptides. They help me a lot! They are great! But never forget the instructions and don't take more than the normal dose!
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Hi there! Do you think that testosterone levels have something to do with hair loss? I would like to learn more about it, maybe you can share some tips here. I have got the Low T Home Test for me, and I wanna do it soon to see if my levels are good
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That seems to be unfounded and just alluded to by hair loss charlatans on the internet.

No legitimate medical source is saying this --So no.
Scalp massage and opening up clogged scalp skin pores may help.
Most hair loss in generic in men: Your father and his father or your mother's brothers and her fathers state of head hair in later life ...
Minoxidil foam worked great for my beard, aside from the acne, so i'm guessing it'd work just as well for hairloss.
If you are experiencing any hair loss or balding, I recommend going to your doctor first to get some insight and advice on what is good for your body and what is contraindicated. The "great" or "amazing" or "life-changing" supplements that other people suggest might turn out to cause you more harm than good. You need supplements that improve blood circulation, nourish the follicles from the inside out, and help accelerate the growth phase in your hair cycle while slowing down the shedding phase. At least, that's what advice my uncle got after his first visit to his hair transplant clinic.
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I feel like I'm just an expert on this, lol. My husband's hair began to fall out a lot with age. We have tried a bunch of masks with natural compositions. The most effective with egg white and nettle. Hair immediately looks healthier and thicker. But it didn't work for my husband either. Then he decided to go and get a hair transplant. This procedure helped him a lot, his bald spots disappeared, and his hair became many times. In general, it is best to contact a trichologist so that he can pick up a set of procedures for you.
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because this just looks like link spam

That is because it is!

This member and many others are continuously making posts like this and I have to keep removing the links hoping they'll get a clue. After a while they get banned. I try to give them a chance, but they always ignore messages and do it again!

stagbucarpruspe is a repeat offender.​

Supplements won't help if your hair loss is due to traction alopecia, which occurs when the weight of hair extensions causes the hair to fall out at the follicle. You won't notice a change unless you are lacking. To allow the hair follicles to heal, you must go natural for a considerable amount of time. Cycles in hair growth are seen. It once grew, fell, went dormant, and then it once again grew. You must allow each follicle on your head to complete its cycle. Unless you've had a hair loss issue for a long time and repeatedly pulled the same hair out, it *should* grow back.
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My homemade CBD rubbed on my scalp resulted in new hair growth. Some but not a lot.
Could have been the raw hemp seed base I used? Could have been some other factors ...
Hair loss is not just a cosmetic problem, but also a medical one. You should get tested if your body obtains all necessary vitamins. As for me, I don't take any supplements specifically for hair loss, but I do buy Canada Pharmacy multivitamins from time to time and I can notice the effect.
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By the way, I plan to do it in Hair Transplant Clinic NJ because many of my friends advised me to do this surgery there.
Take a before and after shot of the top of your head --prove it --because this just looks like link spam
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If that is what you are trying to do --it's pointless
I'm new here and stumbled upon this post about hair loss supplements. I totally agree that hair loss is not just a cosmetic problem but a medical one too. It's important to make sure your body is getting all the necessary vitamins and minerals. I've tried Minoxidil before, and it helped a bit, but I'm still struggling with hair loss. Recently, I discovered this Hair Transplant Clinic in Florida, and I'm seriously thinking of checking it out. I've heard good things about it, and it seems like they know what they're doing.
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I've recently looked through these kaleidoscope hair products reviews and decided to give their vitamins a try. They're supposed to support long, thick hair and encourage overall hair, skin, and nail health. I think it is too early to say about the results.
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