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Any hair tips for me? I am 19 years old and suffering from a range of hair probl

  1. andur92 profile image59
    andur92posted 6 years ago

    Any hair tips for me? I am 19 years old and suffering from a range of hair problems. Please help.

    I am a 19 year old  boy & have short hair of around 1 inch length. I have black hair but I see a lot of white/grey hair on my head which is referred to as premature greying of hair I suppose. Plus every time I shampoo or do oil massage, I see plenty of  hair strands on my hand around 30 which is of due to the hair fall I am suffering from. Although I don't see any bald patches on my head but I guess I will if I don't do something about. Besides that, my hair is dry and a bit curly. My current hair routine is to massage almond/olive oil every night and shampoo on alternate days. Please help.

  2. jacqui2011 profile image81
    jacqui2011posted 6 years ago

    I would advise you to visit your doctor to find out if there is any other product or treatment that you can massage into your scalp to stimulate hair growth. Do you have any stress in your life? If you do, try to eliminate or reduce the factors causing stress as this also can be a cause of hair loss.

  3. lotuslove19 profile image69
    lotuslove19posted 6 years ago

    You need to have good bowel movements ,have plenty of water and check your dandruff ,the next thing is rub onion juice into your scalp everyday ,and in your oil dip the soft seed of mango ,it will strength your hair .

  4. andur92 profile image59
    andur92posted 6 years ago

    Thanks!

  5. tyler_richmond profile image53
    tyler_richmondposted 6 years ago

    Hair is dead skin cells and i have found with many people that if you take vitamin D (the recommended dosage) (it can be dangerous if you take to much because it is stored in your skin and can cause tumors if abused) then it helps if not eventually fixes the problem.

 
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