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Is there any effective cure for baldness?

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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:38 AM

Originally posted by christoph
reply to post by JohnPhoenix

oh hell yes thank you for those links i needed a new head razor that thing looks amazing

actually, i'm at the point now, how i can stop my hair from growing permanently??

Your welcome.

If you want even the fuzz to stop growing well, the solution is using the NO NO hair removal system. It's expensive at about 300 dollars. It's made for temporary use to remove unwanted hair - But with long use it can damage the hair follicles.. kill them, resulting in permanent hair loss. I have never tried it but would love to myself because i wish to never grow hair again. This system is supposed to be one of the better less painful systems of it's type.

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:45 AM
No cure, concede and recede and let the electric cutter clean up whats remaining. Thats what i use as as in my profile.

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:51 AM

Originally posted by Farnhold
Hi guys, I have a question: Is there any cure for baldness? Except propecia and rogaine.
I am searching mainly for alternative medicine, or eastern medicine. Some secret
. I am doing pranayam in the morning and also nails rubbing.
Also, is there going to be any cure in near future? I read about two cures (from western medicine), one is stem cell, which should be available in app 10 years, and then another one with mutated stressed mice, available probably in 5 years.

I have been experiencing hair loss for 1,5 years now and I have gotten into NW 1-1,5.

When you wash your hair dont rub shampoo in- avoaid conditioner if possible, but that is not mandatory. Wash hair once a week or less, never use soap. Get a fine palm type brush, one with hard knubs protruding. Use this with the grain of your hair, never against. You can use finger nails as well.

Edit: Pay close attention your barber does not use thinning scissors.
edit on 2-1-2013 by Malcher because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:15 AM
wouldnt castration help

as far as decreasing dhtestosterone?

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:25 PM
reply to post by AthlonSavage

Try using a beard trimmer to get a neater clean cut. Never use a razor as a routine on your scalp . With a beard clipper you will get as close a razor shave as possible but without damage to the scalp.

Once trimmed, rinse in warm water, towel pad it and while still damp, apply a light moisteriser and you will have a plump, moist scalp. The complexion of your scalp will match your face. It will looks fresh; my lady can't stop touching my voluntarily bald head.

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:31 PM
Bee pollen. It contains tons of vitamins and minerals. Can't have hair without nutrients. The western diet contributes to hair loss.

posted on Apr, 21 2016 @ 11:09 PM

originally posted by: flexy123
When I was in my late teens, I started to lose hair.

I was DEVASTATED. I bought and tried all kinds of stuff. Nothing really worked.
Then I battled a lot by in some ways disguising the fact that I am losing hair. It was very stressful.

Later, at some point i was SICK of it.

I shaved off all my hair.

It was the best decision of my entire life. The chicks, future wife and everyone LOVE(D) it!

No spending money on "miracle cures" anymore, no time wasting to style to make my hairloss less obvious etc. All I need to do now is shave my head each day...and feeling sexy

I am aware that a bald head might not "fit" anyone, not anyone's head is the same etc. - but I can just tell from my own experience.

Even if there WAS a cure for baldness now, I would not buy it. I would keep my "hair" (or lack of it) how it is now, guaranteed!

I always saw this as last resort if I ever was going bald.

To my dismay, I started etting bald 4-5 years ago. I was completely in denial state. My then-depression and lack of self-esteem had just taken another round of '#, it's all going down the crapper'.

As people pointed out here, finasteride (of which I have NO side effects anymore, had some hurting testes for a while, which is normal) and the marvellous finasterie.

I had bald patches on the front of my had and the back of my head also was thinning out heavily. it was happening at a very fast rate. Usually, back then I had longer hair so people didn't notice that fast.
But my sinks were getting constipated by hair. My hair brush had thick layers of hair over it.
Well, what can I say, after 3 years of therapy (my regimen is every few days 2.5mg or a half ot hat finasteride plus daily use of 5% solution of minoxidil), I have fully regained my hair. I didn't even have that big ofa shedding and at first I thought this stuff wasn't working.
I use minoxidil with alcohol and minoxidil with propylene glycol as carrier for the minox.

But it really does take time. And leading healthy (Zinc, various supplements and vitamins, like Phosphatidylserine) lifestyle seems to really help.

I have male pattern baldness like all the men in my family (except for one of my brothers who gut lucky).

But my oldest brother who's 36 is nearly completely bald in the vortex area and his hair is very thin. He gave up quickly on minoxidil. Well, his loss.

Anyway, those are my experiences with those wonder drugs. Better living through chemistry [tm].

Amazing... just amazing.

Michael / Pix
P.s. Oh yeah, I take omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and a pill for people who are above 50 which contains trace elements, important vitamins and other stuff like Calcium (big ass pills).

Best taken with a fatty meal to increase bio-availability.
edit on 21-4-2016 by Pixman because: Forgot to add supplements

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