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Non Regulated Tonics, Shampoos and Conditioners for Hair loss

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These are aimed at avoiding or minimizing hair loss and making the hair look and feel as though it has more body. Some contain stimulating ingredients that help the blood to reach the roots of the hair keeping it strong and healthy.

These can have some effect during the initial thinning stages mainly because they are keeping the hair in top condition but at end of the day they can't stop inherited hair loss over the long term. It also helps to massage your head or have someone else massage your head to stimulate blood flow (it is partially the lack of blood flow that is causing the hair to fall out in the first place). Many companies stock these types of products so ask your hairdresser for a suggestion. You may find some of these in our products section.

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