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THINNING EDGES: Product & Nutrition Recommendations  December 30, 2012 – 11:03 am

A thinning hairline could be the result of a medical condition or simply too much stress.  However, weaves sewn-in too tight, wigs worn too tight, overuse of chemicals, headbands or wearing the hair pulled back frequently can also be attributed to a thinning hair line. 

A first step in repairing a thin hairline should be to see your dermatologist.  He or she may suggest lifestyle changes and/or prescribe medication.  However,  there are a few over-the-counter and homopathetic cures I found on African-American hair care forums.  Some are little WTF-ish, but whatever works.  Check them out below:

The Number One Stunna:  Castor Oil  Always buy Castor Oil from a health food store or a whole foods market.  The brands found in drugs stores and beauty supply stores aren’t the real thing.  I suffered  hair loss when wearing braids a few years back, and this brand of Castor Oil worked wonders.

Source: Caroline Jhingory


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  • Avatar F Why can you not use minoxidil without history of hairloss?
    Aug 28, 2012 by F | Posted in Men's Health

    I currently have a hair-thinning problem and was looking to minoxidil for treatment. However when I was reading the warnings it reads that people without any family history of hair loss shouldn t use it. I was curious and tried looking up the reason as to why with to answer.

    • If your hair loss or thinning is not significant you could try natural hair loss remedies they present less risks. You could try Biotin which doesn t present side effects.

  • Avatar yuehan How important is it to actually massage minoxidil into the scalp?
    Jan 20, 2010 by yuehan | Posted in Hair

    When you use minoxidil, it it enough to just have it on the scalp or is it important to actually rub or massage it in?

    • Hi, Its obvious you want to know more about hair loss treatment with special reference to Minoxodil. This particular treatment is prescribed by doctors after examination of ones hair scalp or texture in other to provide hair loss solution to the person involved. When this is prescribed the person is expected to use Minoxidil as directed, but Minoxidil can be rubbed into the scalp to help combat hair loss. This kind of treatment works well when …

  • Avatar frissia What treatment should I do to prevent my hair from thinning further?
    Feb 07, 2008 by frissia | Posted in Hair

    Im only a 24 yr old female. Still young to go bald.. Ive been using minoxidil (well that is the advice of my derma) for more than a year, but it only worsen my hair condition.. Please help a desperate girl like me.

    • There are a few things you ll wanna do: #1. Stop using the minoxidil obviously it is not working and making your hair worse. #2. Use a shampoo that has no sulfates. Sulfates are found in cheap shampoos. They are abrasive salts used to cleanse the hair but they do serious damage to the scalp and hair in the process. #3. Start taking Elon Matrix 5, vitamins. These vitamins have biotin in them, which Dermatologists have found to help in hair regrowth …