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10 Tips for using hair fibers

Wednesday 26 November 2014

Hair fibers are very effective in camouflaging hair loss. The hair fibers are made of the same protein as real hair: keratin. These hair fibers adhere to your existing hair, creating a fuller look and bald spots will be hidden. Hair fibers are therefore often called hair camouflage or hair concealer.

Using hair fibers will immediately improve the look of the thinning hair, but it takes some practice to style the hair properly and to make the thinner spots appear fuller using the hair fibers. With the following 10 tips, you will get the most out of the hair fibers!

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Low Level Laser Therapy

Saturday 4 July 2015
In this article, we demonstrate the history of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), how it works and how it can help you regrow your hair.

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Why and when to use a hair growth stimulating shampoo?

Friday 1 April 2016
A shampoo with hair growth stimulating properties is for many people the first step in dealing with hair loss. Firstly because it does not take any extra effort: you can simply replace your current shampoo with a hair growth stimulating shampoo. Additionally, the use of a hair growth stimulating shampoo is often sufficient if you are looking to prevent hair loss, want faster hair growth or when you are starting to lose your hair. After all, only a small effect is necessary to inhibit the hair loss.

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Which shampoo suits you best? Regenepure DR vs. Revita vs. Neofollics shampoo

Tuesday 29 April 2014
The Hair Growth Specialist often receives questions about the differences between the hair growth stimulating shampoos in our range: Revita, Regenepure DR and Neofollics shampoo. In order to be able to answer this, we will compare these three shampoos on their most important aspects.

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When and how to use a lotion against hair loss?

Thursday 7 May 2015

A hair growth stimulating lotion is a targeted treatment against (hereditary) hair loss, directly on the scalp (topically). After applying it, you let the lotion soak into the scalp for a good amount of time. The active, hair growth stimulating ingredients can optimally do their work this way. This makes a lotion a very targeted and effective treatment.

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Which lotion against hair loss suits you best?

Tuesday 29 April 2014

A lotion is applied to the scalp (topically). After application, you do not rinse the hair. Because the active ingredients are fully absorbed, a lotion is very effective in hair loss.

There are various lotions available, but which one suits best in your hair situation? Below, we will list all lotions of The Hair Growth Specialist.

Do you want to know more about when a lotion is advisable and how to use a lotion? This article provides an extensive answer.
 

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Nutritional supplements against hair loss: Foligain hair growth caplets vs. Neofollics Tablets

Monday 30 November 2015
Since the introduction of the nutritional supplement “Neofollics hair growth stimulating tablets”, the Hair Growth Specialist receives questions about the differences between Foligain hair growth caplets and the Neofollics Tablets on a daily basis. In this article you will read what the differences are so that you can make an informed choice about which supplement suits you best.

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How long will it take to see the result of your treatment?

Wednesday 24 December 2014
We are being asked regularly how long a hair growth product must be used in order to notice an effect. This is an important question because it is essential to have realistic expectations.

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The effect of Ketoconazole and Piroctone olamine on hair growth

Tuesday 22 December 2015
Dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis can cause hair loss and thinning hair. It is assumed that dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis (dandruff is a form of seborrheic dermatitis) are caused by a yeast (single cell fungus) on the skin, the Malassezia globose. This is a fungus that occurs only on the scalp.

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Ecklonia cava: a natural alternative to finasteride and minoxidil

Tuesday 22 December 2015
Ecklonia cava is an edible brown seaweed, harvested in the oceans around Jeju-island, South Korea. This seaweed is broadly studied for its health properties. Already since the 11th century, people believe that it is helpful for beauty and growth of hair. Recent studies show that topical treatment with Ecklonia cava extract can have a positive effect on hair growth.

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7 Important vitamins and minerals against hair loss

Monday 3 November 2014
A common reason of a bad hair condition or hair loss is a deficiency of essential vitamins and minerals. Below, we have put together the top 7 of most important vitamins and minerals for healthy hair growth and prevention of hair loss.

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Why good shampoo does not contain SLS

Sunday 4 January 2015
As a visitor of The Hair Grow Specialist, you are most likely interested in a full and healthy head of hair. Washing your hair with a good shampoo is an effective way helping to achieve this. You could use a hair growth stimulating shampoo or a hair thickening shampoo befitting your needs. However, most people still use a low quality shampoo containing a harmful ingredient that has a negative effect on hair growth and scalp health! This blog is about this ingredient, named SLS, and offers a good alternative.

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Ketoconazole Shampoo

Thursday 13 November 2014
Using a good shampoo is one of the options we have when we have to deal with hair loss. Most shampoos that are available at the drugstore are ineffective against hair loss. In fact, most shampoos contain harmful substances. However, there certainly are shampoos out there that can help against hair loss. An important ingredient in hair growth shampoos is ketoconazole.

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Caffeine shampoo against hair loss

Monday 3 November 2014
Caffeine and stopping hair loss. This is a link that is often made and presented in television commercials for caffeine shampoos. Research conducted by German scientists has shown that caffeine can help in the battle against hair loss. Studies have shown that high concentrations of caffeine in the body lower the concentrations of testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This is an important factor which contributes to hair loss and the male baldness pattern.

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All about Minoxidil

Sunday 7 February 2016
This page contains information about the popular hair growth agent Minoxidil, which is applied to the scalp in the form of a topical lotion.

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Nanoxidil

Saturday 4 July 2015

This page contains information about the new hair growth ingredient Nanoxidil. Nanoxidil is applied to the scalp in the form of the topical lotion  Spectral.DNC-N and became popular in a very short time.

 

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What is the difference between Minoxidil and Nanoxidil?

Wednesday 26 November 2014
A common question is what exactly is the difference between Minoxidil and Nanoxidil (ingredient of the lotion Spectral.DNC-N). In this article, we will go into detail about the answer to this question.

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Why is Adenosine better for you than Minoxidil?

Sunday 12 October 2014
Recent studies have shown that the substance Adenosine has a positive effect on hair growth. These studies also compare Adenosine with Minoxidil. We have summarised the most important findings in this article.

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Microneedling therapy with Dermaroller: proven effective against hair loss

Saturday 13 December 2014

Recent studies have shown that the use of a Dermaroller (also known as Microneedling) is an effective treatment against hair loss.

Microneedling by using a Dermaroller is a popular method for treating the skin. It is a type of therapy which can be easily applied and used for various conditions. Ranging from acne, stretch marks, hair loss and for better absorption of substances into the skin.

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Long-term effects of Finasteride

Wednesday 26 November 2014
Finasteride, also known under the brand name Propecia, is a well known cure for hair loss, and has been available on prescription at the pharmacy for a long time now. Finasteride inhibits the production of the hormone DHT, which attacks the hair follicles. This medication needs to be used continuously in order to maintain the achieved results. Nowadays there are a lot of users who have been using Finasteride for over 10 years. Research has been done to find out the long-term effects of finasteride. In this blog article, we will discuss the results of this research.

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MSM powder improves the hair structure and accelerates hair growth

Monday 3 November 2014
With the current available treatments, it is possible for both men and women to combat hair loss. It is worth it to add MSM powder to these treatments. 

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