I think she plucked him.
Missed it. Anything interesting?
Not that I thought. He just said he was glad she found a solution to her problem. Weird for a first post.Missed it. Anything interesting?
Not that I thought. He just said he was glad she found a solution to her problem. Weird for a first post.
I didn't see the post with the link. Makes perfect sense now.He posted hot on the heels of the other newbie who posted a scam link about thinning hair. They came from the same IP address, so I presumed they were related and zapped them both.
I have been having the same issue, and like you, I have a LOT of hair so it's hasn't been an issue. I figured I need to stay on my multi-vitamins more regularly as that seems to help.My hair started falling out - like, a lot, way more than normal. The good news is I started with a ton of hair, so losing some wasn't the catastrophe it could have been but I still didn't like it.
They make 2 types and I use one due to having psoriasis. The one with Coal Tar stinks. I use the one with Salicylic Acid.Neutrogena TGel it helped my dad keep his hair during the radiation and chemo treatments. Smells like ass though.
ahhh I had Covid the 2nd time in October so that may be my issue also hmmm.Might have been your COVID infection, lots out there about hair loss as a latent symptom
COVID-19 infection is a major cause of acute telogen effluvium - PubMedCOVID-19 infection is now a frequent and a common cause of acute telogen effluvium. Hence, clinicians should be aware about the relation between this infection and this pattern of hair loss. Drugs that have been used for the treatment of COVID-19 were excluded as a cause of acute telogen effluvium.pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Did you start break dancing and get the urge to smoke weed all the while having reocuring thoughts of knocking off a 7-11?My hair started falling out - like, a lot, way more than normal. The good news is I started with a ton of hair, so losing some wasn't the catastrophe it could have been but I still didn't like it.
The black girls have the solution to this - they face breakage and hair loss because their hair is fragile and the styles they do don't help matters. They said to use a shampoo, conditioner, and scalp treatment specially formulated for black lady hair loss. And guess what? In just a week there's a noticeable difference. Now I shed like normal instead of big handfuls. Not sure about growth, but I'm definitely losing less hair.
Specifically I used this:
Blueberry & Mint Tea Scalp Treatment - Hair Growth Scalp Oil | CURLSThe Blueberry & Mint Tea Scalp Treatment combats dandruff, refreshes the scalp, prevents dryness, and encourages hair growth at the follicle level. Shop now!curls.biz
Rosemary Mint Strengthening Hair MasqueGive your hair a little extra love with this strengthening hair masque! Infused with biotin and tons of other nutrients and natural ingredients, this is exactly what you need for wash day. Order now!mielleorganics.com
And this (plus the conditioner):
Tea Tree Mint Shampoo | OGX®The OGX® Tea Tree Mint shampoo contains a blend of peppermint oil, milk proteins & Australian tea tree oil to help hydrate & nourish hair strands.www.ogxbeauty.com
Apparently peppermint is the key. Castor oil was also mentioned as a hair grower - put a bit on your fingertips and massage it into your scalp.
So anyway, there you go for what it's worth. Everything was bought at Walgreen's, no specialty stores or online involved but you have to look in the black lady section of the hair aisle because the overlords don't want us white girls to know about these miracle products.
I totally get this!im right there with ya. on another but related subject, how many days do women go without washing hair? my stylist says i shouldnt wash everyday. then i saw where u can do a hair detox. if i go more than 2 days, i look like i swam behind the exxon valdeze. besides redken which is expensive, what other dry shampoos are good