Getting Answers

Note: If this page cuts off at the bottom, you can click here to see it fully. From the tons of research that I did, I learned that the ingredients in hair care products, hair loss products, and even hygiene products that we used are filled with ingredients that are extremely irritating.  Many of them contain the same industrial ingredient that is used to scrub greasy floors.  This is to add sudsy bubbles to fool us into thinking that it’s working better. For me, this was obvious to look at my brows and scalp that something was irritating them. My scalp was angry, flaky, and tight and painful.  My brows were flaking and I was even shedding eyebrows and eyelashes regularly.

The first thing I did was ditch the rogaine. (Of course, you don’t want to go by my experience.  Ask your doctor if you have questions about this.) It hadn’t really helped me anyway.  Then, I went on the search for non harmful hair care products that not only wouldn’t aggravate my scalp or clog my follicles but would also support hair growth.  I did not go into this quest looking for natural products, but they were the best fit for me.  I found three  ebooks (and one great product) that were helpful to me. Below are the four things that I found helpful. (Again, I’m not an expert and I’m not trying to give you medical advice (terms and affiliate disclosures)

The first is  How To Regrow Lost Hair Naturally He literally shows you how to take $12.00 to the grocery store and gives you suggestions to take what you’ve assembled and use it to potentially regrow your hair. You’ll do a hair treatment each day meant to unclog, stimulate, and nourish the follicle to get it to quickly produce a healthy hair again (have you seen the little baby peach fuzz hair that rogaine produces – that’s not the idea here.) This guy really helped me to see that I don’t have to treat my hair with kid gloves.  Doing the correct manipulation and massage actually strengthens, unclogs, and wakes up my follicles.  Yes, there is a picture of a man on the cover of this book, but it’s an EXCELLENT book  (in my opinion) for women too.  He offers a free book that you can get by clicking here. (scroll down to the bottom of the page)

Unraveling The Mysteries Of Female Hair Loss: The strength of this book is that it takes you by the hand and shows you every possibility for your hair loss and ask the right questions to help guide you to what may be the culprit for you. She is also completely on board with natural solutions for any type of hair loss.  She’s not at all afraid of AGA and will show you how to kick it back.  She teaches you to control the loss, create regrowth, and to making what you have look so much better. This book is chock full of information from medical conditions, vitamin deficiencies, and good old fashioned AGA and CTE.  It’s 132 pages long.  She goes in depth in how to cope when the loss is still going on.  You can learn more about it here. If this page has cut off, click here to reload it.

The final thing that really helped me was a laser comb.  For months, I went to the salon for 15 minute sessions over my head.  I paid a dollar a minute but I got good results.  One day, the stylist said to me “you know you can buy these yourself and it would probably save you some money.”  I looked online but these things were still too pricey. Then, it hit me to look on ebay.  You can get one there for about 1/4 the price.  Also, there are several sellers who make them – with even more lasers than the original.  I have several and I like them.  You can check out the laser combs on Ebay by clicking here. If you are not a member of Ebay, you can sign up here for free(affiliate disclosures)

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