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Emu Oil: A Natural Solution for Hair Regrowth

May 9th, 2014

essential oils for hair loss - emu oil RegenePure Hair Loss Treatment contains a wide variety of natural ingredients that assist in hair regrowth while nourishing the scalp and hair follicles  for overall hair health. One common ingredient that exits in both Regenepure DR and Regenepure NT hair loss shampoos, is emu oil. Emu oil is a    natural oil that is derived from the Australian emu bird. It can be applied to the skin to relieve pain due to sore muscles, joint inflammation and has been  shown to reduce hair loss.

A study was conducted by the Boston University School of Medicine and showed that this anti-inflammatory oil has the capability of reviving hair  follicles, resulting in hair regrowth.  The results demonstrated that people who treated their scalp with emu oil resulted in a 20% increase in hair growth  with noticeable frontal growth compared to those who used corn oil. There was also evidence that showed that 80% of resting hairs were revived with  topical application of emu oil resulting in hair thickness.

There are a few reasons why there is such an increase in hair growth when using emu oil. One reason being that it is an emulsifier, which means it is  able to easily blend with water. So even when emu oil is used as an ingredient in a cream or a shampoo like Regenepure’s DR and NT hair loss shampoos,  it has the ability to effortlessly penetrate deep beneath the skin, delivering significant results. Researchers attribute emu oil’s ability to absorb deep  within the skin because it contains a large amount of essential unsaturated fatty acids including omega 3, 6, and 9. Emu oil also constrains an inflammatory cytokine known as tumor necrosis factor alpha (tnf-a), which has been shown to contribute to male pattern baldness (MPB).  Its other contributing factor to combating male pattern baldness is the fact that it is a bacteriostatic. This means that it fails to grow bacterial organisms which is vital for treating hair loss, as bacterial infiltrates have been shown to exist in MPB.

As emu oil aides in combating hair loss in addition to promoting hair regrowth, it also serves as a great moisturizer as it absorbs more easily within the skin compared to other oils.  As a moisturizing agent it adds a protective layer to the skin and decreases redness, cracking, dandruff and even assists in relieving effects caused by psoriasis and eczema.

Emu oil is a great natural ingredient to help alleviate dry scalp, while reducing signs of hair loss, including symptoms of male pattern baldness.  In addition, emu oil’s irritation levels are nonexistent even at its fullest strength, providing all the great benefits with no side effects. Used on its own or combined with other advantageous ingredients like those included in Regenepure’s DR and NT Hair Loss Shampoo, emu oil is the perfect natural solution to fight hair loss and other related issues.

The Remarkable Benefits of Minoxidil for Alleviating Hair Loss

May 5th, 2014

balding man - hair loss tips with minoxidil Minoxidil is a safe treatment for those who suffer from hair loss and it was the first drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia). When it was first introduced, minoxidil only existed as an oral drug more commonly known as “Loniten”, which was used to treat high blood pressure. However, it resulted in one major side effect: hair growth. In the 1980s, a topical formula of minoxidil was created and today this solution is used by both men and women as a Hair Loss Treatment.

Minoxidil is available over the counter and exists in both 2% and 5% concentrations. Although the 5% may be viewed as more effective, it is highly suggested that women only use minoxidil with 2% concentration due to side effects. When using minoxidil, people sometimes experience shedding before hair regrowth. This shedding period is considered normal and impacts the hairs undergoing the resting (telogen) phase. This increase in shedding typically occurs between 2-6 weeks after beginning the minoxidil treatment and should diminish within a few weeks as thicker hairs form in the new growing (anagen) phase.

To achieve maximum results, the minoxidil treatment should be placed directly on the scalp for a minimum of four hours before allowing the hair to get wet. Applying to wet hair or using a hairdryer on the scalp can result in a less effective treatment. Although most people don’t experience side effects and when they do, they tend to be very manageable. If discontinued, minoxidil can progressively regress hair growth and in 6-12 months the scalp can appear as it did before the minoxidil treatment.

With habitual use, minoxidil hair regrowth can be seen as early as four months, as it promotes oxygen, nutrients and blood flow to the scalp for increased hair density and overall hair growth. Although choosing to use a minoxidil Hair Loss Treatment requires continuous upkeep, for a topical formula, the results are unparalleled, safe and well worth the commitment.

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