Hello, I'd like to help you get to the root of your hair loss problem. I have spent over forty years helping men and women with hair loss problems and have now developed an all natural formula for not only stopping excessive hair loss but also to gain the hair you have lost. Now at last an all natural solution to hair loss.
Most of the ingredients in my formula for hair loss, I have been using with some success for many, many years. However, like all the other hair grower preparations that are using alcohol or water as their main ingredient and carrier, I didn't have a good carrier that would penetrate the skin deep enough to get my ingredients to the hair root and hair papilla where it would really do some good. Now, not only do I have the perfect carrier for my other ingredients, but it is the most important of all the ingredients.
What is this ingredient? It's Emu Oil and here are some of the reasons why emu oil is the perfect main ingredient in my formula. Emu oil, for starters, will penetrate the skin faster than any other natural oil. Emu oil will thicken the skin by up to 14%, thereby taking pressure off the minute blood capillaries that have to get blood to the hair root and hair papilla in order for it to grow.
In the forty plus years in the hair replacement business, the one thing that I found my clients almost all had in common was that they all had tight - taunt scalps and a lack of fatty tissue to cushion the blood capillaries, preventing the flow of blood to the hair root, papilla and hair bulb. Emu oil will also loosen and remove hard packed sebum that is clogging and plugging off the hair follicles and preventing the hair shaft from exiting the hair follicle. Emu oil is also very effective in cleaning the scalp of dandruff and clearing up other scalp conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, as well as bacteria infested conditions. Emu oil is a natural DHT blocker, proclaimed by (some of the self proclaimed) experts to be the main reason for hair loss. Emu oil is very high in the essential fatty acids that are proclaimed to be some of the most important nutrients for healthy hair.
This is a very debatable question, depending on which self proclaimed expert you want to listen to, you can get several answers. Here are some of the more common theories that I respect and that make sense to me. There are many others too ridiculous to even bother mentioning.
According to Dr. Engstrand, baldness is caused by pressure on the capillaries (tiny blood vessels) of the scalp by a thickened tendinous membrane. This tendinous membrane, the galea, is located on the crown of the head, and covers an area approximately 40 square inches. Starting at the lower forehead and going back and on the side to approximate line where typical complete baldness stops. When the galea becomes thick, it increases the pressure and tension on the scalp, thus impairing the blood circulation in the capillaries which, among other functions, feed the hair root, pappilla and hair bulb with nutrients necessary for hair growth.
Dr Lars Engstrand is no longer living, but was a highly reputable scientist and an Associate Professor of Surgery at the famous Karolinski Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. This theory would explain why (as stated in hair loss problem? above) almost all of my clients scalps were stretched tight and taunt.
Some say emotional stress can have a negative effect on hair growth and be a contributing factor in the loss of hair, which eventually can lead to complete baldness. Emotional strain and stress causes constriction of the blood vessels of the scalp and tensions in the muscle tissues. This will block the narrow cappillaries of the scalp and prevent the blood from going to the roots of the hair.
The other popular theory of today is that balding is attributed to a complex dance of hormones. Pure male sex hormones such as testosterone(in both men and women) are converted into something called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which according to some doctors chokes the hair follicles. This choking process shrinks the hair follicle so much that the hair eventually falls out. While our bodies create relatively consistent levels of DHT throughout our lifetimes, our sensitivity to it is genetically programmed. When we hit a certain age, our follicles protective elements begin to click off, and DHT can do it's dirty work. Supposedly this is why many women only experience alopecia after menopause when the ovaries stop producing as much DHT - guarding estrogen. The specific enzyme that is supposed to do this dirty work of converting normal testosterone into unwanted DHT is called 5 - alpha reductase. I'm not sure who it was that first came up with the DHT theory, but if this is the cause of your hair loss, then our formula certainly has this base covered as well. Emu oil, saw palmetto and green tea are all proclaimed DHT blockers and are all a part of our formula.
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