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RonnieF

Nizoral

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Good to see forums running at last ! :huh:

 

I keep seeing comments about nizoral helping hairloss but I thought it was for dandruff !

 

Any comments

 

 

RonnieF

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Nizoral is used for calming the itching associated with MPB it also removes excess sebum and is an anti-inflammatory.

 

It should be used along side your regimen, most people use it on alternate days and use either head and shoulders or T-Gel between.

 

 

 

Turbo@healthy-hair.co.uk

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Nizoral® shampoo contains ketoconazole and is a potent anti-dandruff shampoo that appears to actually help prevent hair loss.

 

One reason may be that Nizoral® helps to block the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is believed that DHT has a role in the hair follicle dying and falling out.

 

Furthermore, it is now believed that Nizoral® helps to remove sebum deposits. These fatty deposits lie on the scalp and appear to clog the hair follicles and may prevent or reduce the nutritional supply to the follicle. Sebum deposits can't be removed with normal scalp cleansing techniques.

 

Go here and you will find 2 studies about 1% Nizoral shampoo.

 

http://www.stophairlossnow.co.uk/products/Nizoral.htm

 

It is a really good shampoo and leaves the hair feeling great.

 

Nizoral is available from most chemists.

 

 

Bill

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Nizoral is an essential part of any hairloss reg' be careful only to use it though 2/3 a week!

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