Hi guys! If you clicked on this article because “ best hair loss cure ” caught your eye, I know that you have hair loss or you are questioning if you started hair loss or not. Let me ask you some questions to clarify if you started hair loss or not.
It’ll be a good idea for your to start using hair loss prevention shampoo if:
your hair seems to be falling out more than usual.
you lose confidence because of your thinning hair.
you have dandruff and itchy scalp.
you have acne or red spots on your scalp.
you have fine hair that is weak and dull.
you have excess sebum excretion on your scalp, resulting in oily and smelly hair.
you have a sensitive and dry scalp that feels tight and at times painful.
you have members in your family that have thinning hair.
your hair is falling out due to medicine.
you are currently undergoing a lot of stress.
you are worried about damage from frequent hair styling.
you do not get enough sleep or do not follow a daily routine.
you want a toxic-free product that doesn’t irritate.
Did you agree with a lot of the comments above?
I’m 29 years old only but starting from last year summer, I felt like my hair became thinner and weaker. I also saw so much of my hair coming out when I showered so it got me really worried. One other thing was my scalp was so sensitive and even if I washed my hair every single morning, it became oily by the end of the day. Another thing that scared me was that my mom has a bit of hair loss on the top part so for me I knew I might have genetic issues. When I first saw this list, I agreed with at least 10 comments above so I knew that I was in desperate need of changing my shampoo to a hair loss prevention shampoo.
My next mission was to find a good hair loss prevention shampoo for me.
I recently read an article that Korean Congresswoman Moon Jung Lee talked about how out of 821 hair loss prevention shampoos that has received the license by Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, there are actually only 4 products that has passed the clinical trial of Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. You might ask how can this be?
Basically, they have to give the license to products that can provide proof of its’ effectiveness for preventing hair loss or increasing of the hairs thickness. However, they approved the results from previous animal testing or foreign literature. So people are actually paying who knows how much for the 817 so called, “hair loss prevention shampoos” out there. This got me wondering what are the 4 products that passed the test! As you can see in the chart bellow, these are the dates of Date of Approval for License for the shampoos.
From the 4 products, I want to recommend DAMOAE’s Therapy Shampoo. DAMOAE is a well-known brand that consists of 17 natural herbs used in Chinese medicine, including dried orange peels, aloe, and peppermint. These ingredients work together to perform the most ideal medical action on the scalp to prevent hair loss and treat dandruff at the same time. By continuously using Damoae, you can see improvement in the following areas: hair loss, dandruff, scalp itchiness, damaged hair, and more!
How to – Therapy Shampoo:
Because you can’t see results right away, it is extremely important to follow the directions exactly to see the maximum effect, especially for hair loss prevention. Plus, not to mention how much patience you will need to actually see results! So I’m going to share the “How to” exactly as it says on the website.
Damoae recommends that you cleanse twice with Therapy Shampoo per use. It is best to use this product in the evening time. The frequency of shampooing should depend on your scalp and hair conditions (oily scalp 1-2 times daily, dry scalp once every 1-2 days).
It is not recommended to use other shampooing and conditioning products while you use Damoae Therapy Shampoo. This hair loss prevention shampoo has natural conditioning agents, so you will not need a separate conditioner.
Water temperature should be slightly warmer than your body temperature. Before washing your hair, gently massage your scalp and give your hair a thorough brushing. Before applying shampoo, lightly rinse your hair of dust and oil.
Pump a coin-sized amount of Therapy Shampoo onto your hands. Rub hands into a rich lather. Apply lather to hair for the first cleansing. Do not scratch your scalp with your fingernails. Instead, gently massage scalp with your fingertips for 1 minute. Rinse thoroughly.
Perform the second cleansing in the same way as the first. Massage for 3 minutes instead of 1. Thoroughly rinse with warm water. Rinse hair and scalp again with cold water.
Lightly dry your hair using the cold air option on your hair dryer, a fan, or natural air dry.
Another tip I want to give is for a greater effect, use DAMOAE’s Therapy Tonic. I’ve been using this for about 3 months now. It was hard for me to see drastic results but for sure I can feel that my hair is falling off less and my scalp doesn’t feel so oily or sensitive as before. I also felt like the shampoo and tonic made my hair healthier giving it more thickness and elasticity. I’m going to also give you the exact direction from the website for the tonic.
How to – Tonic:
After shampooing with DAMOAE’s Therapy Shampoo, towel-dry your hair. Shake DAMOAE’s Therapy Tonic 3-4 times. Spray a moderate amount all over scalp. Using your fingertips only, lightly tap all over your scalp to increase absorption.
Generally, this essence is used morning and evenings. However, if you like the setting effects of this essence, you can use it throughout the day.
Using a wooden bristle brush that gently massage your scalp will help with absorbing and activating the ingredients in the essence.
One last thing that made me like this shampoo more was that it’s mild enough for young children and pregnant woman to use also. So, feel free to try it because it’s very safe! I know how frustrating it may be to have hair loss, so I really hope that this may have helped you!