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6 Best Natural Hair Growth Remedies

02nd June 2011
The earlier you get treatment for this condition, the better your chances are for growing your hair back. You can use natural treatments to stimulate hair growth and stop thinning. You can help revitalize your follicles and stimulate hair growth by mas... Read >
Author: zechong cai

How to Prevent and Get Hair Loss

10th March 2011
There are several kinds of baldness, male pattern baldness being the most common and difficult to cure. Shedding some hair each day is normal as per the hair growth cycle, but excessive hair loss should not be ignored. Taking care of your hair to retain i... Read >
Author: zechong cai

What is Androgenetic Alopecia?

28th February 2011
Hair loss is certainly not a bizarre phenomenon to most men. One of the most prevalent kinds of hair loss that can inescapably occur in men is androgenetic alopecia or better known as male pattern hair loss. It has been proven that majority of men endure ... Read >
Author: Aretha Taylor

Top 9 Home Made Remedies For Hair Loss

18th February 2011
Hair loss, also known as baldness refers to excessive hair loss from scalp and can be the result of heredity, certain medications or an underlying medical condition. So now that we know what it is, we need to know how to deal with it. For that I added a f... Read >
Author: zechong cai

Coconut milk on the scalp also leads to hair growth.

13th September 2010
You start lamenting about the fact that if you had taken better care of your when you were young, this day would have never come. You start to wonder if there could be some miracle and you could have your hair back. This condition that you are suffering f... Read >
Author: simonaderson

Postpartum Alopecia (Postnatal Alopecia)

08th May 2007
Childbirth can be a stressful time and for some women it can result in a temporary hair loss condition called postpartum alopecia (also known as postnatal alopecia). The condition usually starts around two to three months after childbirth, gradually worse... Read >
Author: John Tulley
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