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BotanicHearth Volumizing Hair Loss Shampoo – Biotin, Rosemary Oil and Growth Promoting Natural Ingredients, Sulfate Free, 16 fl oz?

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18th May 2018

I struggled with a lot of hair loss because of undiagnosed Celiac’s and a thyroid issue. Number one thing – if you are finding clumps of hair in the drain, or are constantly cleaning your hair brush, go to a doctor! Hair loss is usually the symptom of an underlying health condition, so it’s good to get it checked out.

I use this Rosemary and Biotin shampoo for hair loss and it completely changed my hair. It’s so thick now, and it grows fast – I regularly measure it and my hair probably grows around 1 inch a month now. It definitely helped me recover from years of unchecked hair loss. After shampooing, I use Aussie 3 minute miracle. Sometimes, I make a “tea” or rosemary, rosehips, apple cider vinegar and peppermint to wash over my hair at the end of my shower – mostly because it smells good, the ACV prevents dandruff, and rosemary is supposed to stimulate hair growth. I used to scale my hair using a scalp scaler, but the one I liked – the Innisfree Green Tea Mint one – was discontinued, so now I just put sea salt in my shampoo every couple of weeks to scrub down my scalp.

While my hair is wet, I comb it, then apply the Innisfree Camellia Oil Serum and/or Bumble & Bumble Invisible Oil. Then put a little rosehip oil on my ends, to seal in moisture. I only wash my hair every 2-3 days, mostly because I don’t have the time to deal with my wet hair which takes a while, sometimes 12+ hours, to dry (I live in a moist climate). In between washes, I put the Innisfree serum on to keep it sleek.

The main issue with hair loss is 1) preventing it and 2) protecting the hair you maintain. That means protective hair styles (ie: braids instead of ponytails), using silk pillowcases, etc to maintain the hair shaft and minimize breakage while you wait for your hair to grow back in.