Several studies have proven that the foods we eat today lack critical nutrients vital to having stong and healthy hair. In order to combat hair loss, many people have begun eating healthier and taking more vitamins. While this will help your hair grow, unless you start stimulating your scalp by massaging it and infusing your hair follicles with vitamin rich oils, your efforts will only result in merger gains.
First, stop buying drugstore shampoos and conditoners. My grandpa always use to tell me you get what you pay for; and in the case of most drugstore hair care products, he was correct. No matter whether you are buying a 1 bottle of shampoo or a 17 bottle of shampoo, you are buying the same shampoo, with a different label. I have worked inside the hair care products industry for over 35 years, with everyone from Revlon to Johnson & Johnson, and now I spend my time as a consumer educator. The ugly truth about sythenic drugstore shampoos is that the 1 bottle of shampoo you buy costs .10 - .30 to manufacturer and the 17 bottle of shampoo costs .10 to .70 cents to manufacturer, not including packaging. On the other hand, if you buy an all natural shampoo that costs you 18, in most cases, it would have cost 10 -12 to manufacturer, not including packaging. The diference in cost is in the quality of ingredients. Nautural hair care products do not contain chemicals that damage hair to increase the shelf life of a product. Nautral hair care shampoos are full of vitamins and herbs that stimulate hair growth. Natural hair care shampoos are not predominately just water, suds, and bubbles. Now that you know why you should by natural hair care products, let me tell you what to buy to stop hair loss.