August 17, 2017

Hair Growth Products

It’s natural, when you notice your hair thinning, to look to the easiest and cheapest immediate solution. The lack of self-esteem that so often comes with hair loss, is high motivation to seek out hair growth products in an effort to solve the problem. And because thinning hair and hair loss are so common, the marketplace is full of dubious hair growth products.

Hair Growth Shampoos

Although there are an almost endless variety of hair loss shampoos available, there are a few that appear to be more popular than the rest. These hair growth products for women and men include: DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo; Awaken & Replenish Shampoo; Follicleanse Shampoo; Emu Oil Shampoo; and ProFolla AnaStim Ha Follicle Stimulator. While many of these kinds of products are no doubt effective at cleansing your hair and scalp, their effectiveness as far as stimulating actual hair growth is usually minimal.

Hair Thickening Products

When people can’t get satisfaction from hair growth products they often turn to products that claim to make the hair appear thicker. Some popular brands include: Pantene Pro-V Full & Thick Collection; Nexxus Diametress Luscious Hair Thickening Shampoo & Sublime Volume Luscious Bodifying Conditioner; Bumble and Bumble Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner; Samy Fat Hair “0” Calories Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner; and Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon Sage Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner. Although many of these products will make the hair you have feel thicker, they are only temporary solutions to a permanent problem.

Scalp Massage

Some people believe that massaging the scalp will stimulate hair growth. The pressure from massage works to warm the skin and improve circulation. In theory, increased circulation means that cells within the hair follicles will be able to absorb more of the nutrients that are necessary for hair growth. Using an oil, such as olive oil, helps to condition the scalp and the hair shaft. This might be beneficial in treating itchy scalp hair loss, or at least an itchy scalp. It’s questionable just how effective scalp massage is for stimulating hair growth.

Laser Hair Growth

Another method for regrowing hair that has gained popularity in recent years is laser treatment. In theory, use of a low-level laser on the scalp can stimulate and reactivate hair cells, and that results in new hair growth. This treatment actually does have some success depending on the hair loss and the laser used.

The One Hair Growth Product that Really Works

Once your hair begins to thin, it’s natural to want to try different solutions in an effort to solve the problem. But even the very best hair growth products can’t compare to the one solution that really works to permanently solve hair loss—and that is hair transplant.

The board-certified physicians at NeoGenesis Hair Institute use the latest cutting-edge technology in hair transplant methods—the FUE procedure using the NeoGraft Automated System. This revolutionary new method allows our surgeons to automatically sort, extract and implant tiny hair grafts (no more than 4 hairs in size) from a donor site on the scalp to a recipient site. All of this is accomplished without making any major incisions, under local anesthetic and for a surprisingly affordable fee. Recovery time is minimal, and the results are spectacular.

Whether you want to thicken your thinning hair or replace hair you’ve lost, the FUE method of hair transplant is the safe, affordable, permanent solution you’ve been looking for! Call us today for a free estimate.