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What Is The Best Shampoo For Hair Loss

Updated on March 24, 2012

Are you looking for the best shampoo for hair loss? It can sometimes be very hard to know what shampoo to get when you don't know what ingredients can help your condition.There is no one ingredient that can help your hair grow but they can help keep your scalp healthy and reduce the amount of hairs from falling out.

Almost every commercial shampoo on the market has lauryl sulfate in it, this is a harsh soap that has been linked to dandruff, skin allergies, hair loss and other conditions. When shopping for shamppoo's it is recommended that you choose a product that does not contain lauryl sulfate.

The better choice is to choose a shampoo that is natural and organic and does not contain harsh chemicals which has a negative effect on a unhealthy scalp. Look for products that contain coconut oil or olive oil as these will give the shampoo a lather. Many of the best hair growth products also contain herbs that are specifically used to treat hair problems. Ingredients such as tea tree oil and rosemary leaves help increase hair growth, lavender can also help give your hair a shine after every wash. Basil and nettle are also common ingredients as they improve follicle health and increase circulation.


When testing out shampoos buy a small bottle or one that is available in a trial size, this is helpful if you wish to try different shampoo's. The cost of the product will depend on what kind of ingredients are in each product. A conditioner should also be applied after you shampoo your hair as this will help to protect your hair. It is important to choose a shampoo that does not remove all of your natural oils in your scalp as this can cause more problems.

A holistic approach will need to be taken if you wish to see positive results, make sure you have a healthy diet and exercise regularly which will help relieve stress and increase circulation throughout your body and scalp. To help maintain healthy hair it is important to provide your body with all the vitamins and nutrients that it needs.There are also many hair growth products for women that you can try as well.

By choosing the best shampoo for hair loss and having a healthy lifestyle you will begin to see improvements within months.When you have found the right product your hair should feel healthy and it will have more volume and you will have new hair growth.


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      6 years ago from North Myrtle Beach, SC

      Those of us who have thinning hair such as myself appreciate your hub greatly.


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