Choose a Good Hair Oil for Hair Loss

It is often said that had it not been for hair, more people would people would have fallen under the ‘good looking’ segment than the current statistics. As hair loss is attributed to many factors like genetics, stress, age etc. it is but obvious that you have 2 options now – either you go for hair treatments or avoid being in front of the mirror often. One of the most popular aspects of fighting hair loss is getting some hair oils.

Hair oils not only nourish your hair (and scalp) but prepare the hair against pollution and many other factors. As there is a difference in how a person’s hormones will react to different hair oils, it becomes difficult to choose the most appropriate one. Here, the ‘step 1 to 5 method’ helps a lot.

Step 1

Even a small research will yield half a dozen of hair oil. Now, check the ingredients and search about the ingredients as if you are giving points to them (in the context of hair oil). You can use the internet to check the feedback about the brands as well. Feedbacks on the blogs have more credibility than promotion based web feedback.

Step 2

It is always better to cross check the hair oil brand with a dermatologist. Consult and get suggestions as well.

Step 3

It is always recommended to buy it directly from the base company as more the middlemen more are the chances of adultery.

Step 4

Take the smallest of packets or bottles. Even if a 50 or 100 ml sachet is available, go for it. Use it for a week or so and check the results in terms of how your body is responding or how comfortable you are feeling (not the main results). And even check how the hair oil reacts with your scalp.

Step 5

Once the initial aspects are cleared, give yourself at least a couple of months to check the main results. Our body is not a machine hence it needs some time to rectify the imbalance.

Lastly, if you are suffering from a scalp based infection, it is better to visit a dermatologist rather than directly zeroing-in on a hair oil or any other non-doctor monitored methods.

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