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Have you successfully undergone a treatment against hair loss? How would you eva

  1. Wasteless Project profile image90
    Wasteless Projectposted 5 years ago

    Have you successfully undergone a treatment against hair loss? How would you evaluate the results?

    Lotions, tinctures, stem cell therapy, hair transplant... have you tried any of these or other methods against hair loss? What was the result?

  2. nemobird profile image75
    nemobirdposted 5 years ago

    I have personally benefitted from saw palmetto oil, as have many of the people that I know.  That is why I wrote a hub on it. I know it works for male pattern baldness, but I can't speak for other forms of hair loss, sorry.

    1. Wasteless Project profile image90
      Wasteless Projectposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for sharing, I have never heard of palmetto before... how long did you use it before you saw results?

  3. Alex-Zander profile image62
    Alex-Zanderposted 5 years ago

    I tried it all.
    Only Formula 82 and PRP worked for me. PRP stopped hair loss, and make new hair growth.Very cool, I can see in the mirror the new tiny hair. Overall, after i take shower and run my fingers through the hair, i only find 1 or no hair on my hands. Compare to normally 8-12 hairs.

    PRP is what doctors extract out of my blood, same principal used for a vampire facial or facelift. Athletes are now using PRP to rebuild damaged joints or muscle tissue. The cool thing about PRP, i only do it once a 2 -4 month. The bad thing - it is painful for the 10 min of treatment but it worth it.

    1. Wasteless Project profile image90
      Wasteless Projectposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Alex, thanks for the info! That is very interesting, indeed. We have been trying to find out more about the practice of PRP here in Mumbai (which overall has a very good medical network), but noone is applying it (yet) against hairloss.

    2. Alex-Zander profile image62
      Alex-Zanderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      It's very popular in Russia, Brazil. Other countries are still behind, including USA

  4. Kenny J Butler profile image73
    Kenny J Butlerposted 5 years ago

    I have always tried to maintain my hair, and used some of the products in a treatment for hair loss that a few close friends have used. They have been raving about it and I saw a very obvious increase in their hair since I only see them occasionally. They use the products and routine explained on the howtogrowhairback.com website. Since I don't have a lot of hair loss (yet ha ha!), I just use the trichogen product from the daily routine explained on that site. I love that particular product, and trichogen has so many benefits from blocking DHT to providing nutrients.
    If you're looking for an affordable treatment that can save you money that site seems to have a great explanation!

 
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