Oily scalp and hairlossHi,
I'm 22 years old and im suffering from extreme hairloss, my family has MPB but all of them started noticing after 26 Years of age, the problem with me is i always had oily hair and it took 3-4 days till my hair got oily but now since past single year, after 2-3 hours, my hair get super oily which is causing hairloss.
Is there any cure to deal with oily scalp and stop/regrow hairloss
The reasons i can think off is stress and oily scalp, I'm pretty much healthy as per my bloodtests and my diet intake is at par with my age.
[Edited by sensesx on 2017-08-12 17:05:53]
sensesx on 2017-08-12
The hair gets oily due to excessive sebum production or that's what i gathered from google searches, The hair gets super oily with in a day of showering, i can clearly see the oil build up on my scalp.
sensesx 11 months agoUstilago Maydis 30
Dissolve 2 drop in 6 teaspoons water in a disposable cup, stir a few times and drink. Do this ONCE every week for 3 months.
NOTE: You have to take one dose in one week. ONLY ONE DOSE in 1 wk, preferably on empty stomach
Update your thread here and also send me email with thread link.
♥ Zady101 11 months ago
sensesx 11 months agoHi,
It has been 3months since i started this treatment, What i've noticed is the hairloss has reduced and i've seen a little improvement in oily scalp, not by much, previously the hair started to get oily after 6-7 hours and now it takes around 2 more hours to get oily. i haven't noticed any hair generation as i believe it's a 6month procedure.
What should be next plan of action?
sensesx 8 months ago
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