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What is the best shampoo for hair loss?

In this article I tell you what to look for in a shampoo and what to avoid. I run through some of the shampoos that are specifically designed to fight hair loss and promote hair growth. Finally I conclude by showing you which shampoo is best, based on my research. Note that the shampoo you use EVERYDAY, may have some (positive or negative) impact after many years of use — so it’s worth reading this article carefully.

What follows are quite simply the world’s best hair loss shampoos.

  • DS Laboratories Revita High Performance Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo

    DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo Around $21 for 180ml

    • Contains copper peptides, which may improve absorption of ingredients
    • Contains apple polyphenol, which may improve circulation in the scalp
    • Contains MSM, amino acids and biotin
    • Contains emu oil, which contains nutrients and may help nutrient absorption
    • Contains ketoconazole which kills a common scalp fungi and may stimulate hair growth
    • Contains caffeine and carnitine tartrate, which may increase cell energy in scalp, increasing hair growth
    • Contains anti-oxidants, which may help protect cells from free radicals

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • RegenePure NT Anti Hair Loss Shampoo

    RegenePure NT Nourishing Treatment Hair Loss Shampoo Around $20 for 8oz

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Pura Dor Organic Anti Hair Loss Shampoo

    Pura D’or Organic Argan Oil Anti Hair Loss Shampoo Around $28 for 16oz

    • Contains a proprietary blend of DHT blocker ingredients
    • Contains tea tree oil, which may help keep scalp pores clear
    • Contains nettle extract, saw palmetto, pygeum extract, pumpkin seed oil and green tea extract, which are all though to block DHT
    • Contains biotin, rosemary oil, vitamin E and B-vitamin complex, which are thought to benefit hair health
    • Contains he shou wu (fo-ti), which is thought to benefit hair growth
    • Contains niacin, which may help increase blood circulation in the scalp
    • Contains zinc, which is thought to help kill the fungus that causes dandruff

    Buy online

  • Nourkrin Shampoo for hair loss

    Nourkrin Shampoo Around $10 for 150ml

    • Contains the Nourkrin marine protein compound
    • Contains disodium laureth sulfosuccinate (similar to sodium laurl sulfate)

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • FAST Hair Growth Accelerating Shampoo

    FAST Hair Growth Accelerating Shampoo Around $15 for 12oz

    • Contains pantenol, inositol, cysteine, biotin and methionine, which may help feed the hair
    • Contains sodium laurl sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Nisim New Hair Biofactors Shampoo

    Nisim New Hair Biofactors Shampoo Around $35 for 33oz

    • Contains gingseng extract, inositol, panthenol, cystine, cysteine and biotin
    • Contains sodium laurl sulfate and sodium chloride

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Korres Men Magnesium and Wheat Proteins Anti Hair Loss Shampoo

    Korres Men Magnesium and Wheat Proteins Anti Hair Loss Shampoo Around $13 for 8.5oz

    • Contains pro-vitamin B5, magnesium, zinc and wheat proteins
    • Contains Sodium Laureth Sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Natur Vital Shampoo for hair loss

    Natur Vital Hair Loss Shampoo Around $13 for 300ml

    • Contains pro-vitamin B5 and vitamins A, B3, B7, E, F, H, H1
    • Contains nutrients from germinated wheat
    • New improved organic formula

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Viviscal Shampoo and Scalp Cleanser for hair loss

    Viviscal Shampoo and Scalp Cleanser Around £9.00 for 150ml

    • Contains Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Revlon PROYOU Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo

    Revlon PROYOU Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo Around $11 for 350ml

    • Active ingredient Swertia may help stimulate increased blood circulation
    • Has been clinically tested by Institute of Skin and Product Evaluation of Milan with positive results

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Mirage Anti Hair Loss Shampoo

    Mirage Anti Hair Loss Shampoo Around $15 for 10.5oz

    • Contains a good number of natural ingredients and vitamins including: A, B1, B2, B3-Niacin, B5, B6, B12, C-Ascorbic Acid, D, E and K
    • Contains nettle, which may inhibit DHT
    • Contains Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

  • Follicare Revitalizing Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo with UV Protection

    Follicare® Revitalizing Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo with UV Protection Around $16 for 8oz

    • Claims to remove sebum from the scalp leaving pores clear (however this will probably not work for many people – see here for explanation)
    • Contains nettle, which may inhibit DHT
    • Free of sulfates and parabens
    • I’m slightly weary of a shampoo that leaves UV protection on your hair/scalp, when it should be cleaning/removing chemicals from your hair scalp rather than leaving chemicals behind after rinsing
    • Contains Sodium methyl Cocoyl Taurate and Sodium Xylene Sulfonate (not as bad as sodium laurl sulfate but may still be toxic)

    Buy online

  • American Crew Hair Recovery Shampoo

    American Crew Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo Around $11 for 8.5oz

    • Contains rosemary, Iron Ferment, Zinc Ferment, Inositol, Linolenic Acid and Biotin, which may improve hair health
    • Contains Sodium Laureth Sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Sebamed Anti-Hair loss Shampoo

    Sebamed Anti-Hair loss Shampoo Around $19 for 200ml

    • Contains ginkgo biloba and niacin, which may increase blood circulation in the scalp
    • Contains caffeine, which may help increase circulation and energize cells to increase hair growth
    • Contains sodium laurl sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • Klorane Quinine B6 Shampoo For Hair Loss

    Klorane Quinine B6 Shampoo For Hair Loss Around $18 for 13.4oz

    • Contains biotin and panthenol
    • Contains sodium laurl sulfate

    Buy online (USA)

    Buy online (UK)

  • 3D Hair Loss Shampoo By QS

    QS 3D Hair Loss Shampoo Around £10.00 for 330ml

    • Piroctone olamine may help with dandruff
    • Contains sodium laurl sulfate
  • LA Science Anti Hair Loss Shampoo

    LA Science Anti Hair Loss Shampoo Around £14.00 for 250ml

    Buy online (UK)

What to look for in a shampoo

If you want to fight hair loss and help your hair grow you want a shampoo that contains ingredients that improve circulation in the scalp, such as niacin. You also need a shampoo that cleanses your scalp well, otherwise pores may become blocked, leading to hair loss — ingredients like salicylic acid help with this. Finally, you should look for ingredients that reduce DHT in your scalp because DHT causes hair loss. These are the primary three concerns. After that you can start to look for shampoos containing nutrients that help feed your hair or energize cells in the scalp.

What to avoid in a shampoo

You need a shampoo that cleanses your scalp well, but you should avoid shampoos with harsh chemicals like “sodium laurl sulfate” — this is like a bleach, which after years of use may cause hair follicle miniaturization and may also be toxic if absorbed through your skin (though in small doses is safe). See organic shampoos that don’t contain sodium laurl sulphate for more information.

My review of hair loss shampoos — what is the best shampoo for hair loss prevention and hair growth promotion?

I’ve listed above some of the best hair loss shampoos available. Where I’ve listed the benefits and drawbacks for each shampoo I have listed ALL the benefits and ALL the drawbacks (as far as I can see). So if there’s only one benefit, there’s only one benefit — likewise with the drawbacks. If you want me to look at any other shampoos, let me know in the comments.

Conclusion: What is the ideal shampoo for hair loss sufferers?

The first and foremost requirement of a shampoo is that it cleans your hair and scalp, helping to keep your pores clear. If you’ve read my hair loss eBook you’ll know how to keep your pores clear of embedded sebum — in this case your best bet is to use a gentle shampoo, as you have the most powerful method of keeping your pores clear.

The second most important requirement is that your shampoo contains no harsh chemicals that may cause your hairs to miniaturize or break with continued regular use (like bleaching does). Try to avoid shampoos containing sodium laurl sulfate if possible.

Now, if you’re looking for a shampoo that helps promote hair growth the best way of achieving this is to increase circulation in the scalp. You should be getting the nutrients required for hair growth through diet. Improved circulation in the scalp will help get those nutrients to your hair.

If you want to try to boost direct nutrient intake in the scalp using your shampoo, choose a shampoo that contains biotin, cysteine and proteins. However, unless your scalp is free of embedded sebum these nutrients are unlikely to penetrate the scalp — some shampoos get around this by using ‘copper peptides’ (tiny particles) that are thought to help nutrients penetrate the skin. These are not likely to help people with permanently shiny scalps though — you will need to use my method to solve this problem.

DS Laboratories Revita High Performance Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo

In my opinion the best two shampoos out there are DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo and Perfect Hair Shampoo. DS Labs Revita shampoo ticks almost all the boxes. However, it’s very expensive. If $25 is a bit excessive (which it probably is for most people), you’re probably better off going for a natural or even organic shampoo that is isn’t specifically labelled as a hair loss shampoo. The problem with a lot of hair loss shampoos is they contain ingredients that may help promote hair growth, but to save money they’ve used cheap toxic base ingredients.

So if you’re not prepared to pay for the DS Labs Revita shampoo or Perfect Hair Shampoo, you’re probably better off looking for an organic shampoo. But be careful; just because it says it’s organic doesn’t mean it doesn’t contain toxic ingredients. Even the ‘mop organic shampoos’ contain sodium laurl sulfate.

133 comments on “What is the best shampoo for hair loss?

  1. anitha

    Hi,
    Will you recommend Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo or Garnier Fructis Dry Scalp Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for dandruff.Is there any shampoos which can get rid of dandruff permanently.Am having dry,itchy curly hair with thin flakes coming out if I don’t wash daily. What shampoo you will recommend for me.

    I used to loss many hairs if I use olive oil or hair tonic on my hair for dryness.So am afraid to massage my hair with hair tonic/any oils.

    1. admin

      Hi Anitha,

      The Paul Mitchell Tea Trea Special Shampoo ingredients look good. This shampoo would be good if you have oily hair but might be to harsh if you have very dry hair. Alternatively it could be used less frequently.

      If you have a flaky scalp I’d recommend a shampoo that contains ketoconazole, which kills the fungus that causes dandruff.

      Chris

  2. praveen

    sir…iam having severe hair loss…iam 26…and my father is bald….i went to doctor and he prescribed….Xgain shampoo ….ZPTO
    lotion, MINSCALP GEL 2%, a-ferite tabs, finasteride tabs IP 1mg,…..iam really confused whether to use or not……my scalp is itchy…iam very stressed…and my iron levels is not checked by doctor..plz plz reply…ur feedback is very important…plzzz

    1. admin

      Hi Praveen,

      I’ll send you an email with some advice on regrowing your hair :)

      Chris

  3. banny savaliya

    hi sir,i completed 18 years in last march, n i found some gape on my head instead of hair,somewhere i mean in perticuler part, hairfall is so much on my head, n white hair also might b there, so what should i do? according to my openion i’ll lost my hair in next 5 year…so any suggetion plz”’ n if possible plz contact or give suggetion on my id or keep it peronal…

    1. admin

      Hi Benny,

      I’ve sent you an email with recommendations :)

      Chris

  4. samiha

    How about sunsilk (hair fall solution) shampoo? if its bad can u recommend a shampoo i can get from somewhere in my place..
    Thanks.

    1. admin

      Hi Samiha,

      I had a look at the ingredients of the Sunsilk Hair Fall Solution Shampoo and to be honest I don’t see how they can label that shampoo as “hair fall solution” shampoo. It really will do nothing to reduce hair loss and promote hair growth.

      Chris

  5. Santosh Kumar

    Hi,

    I’m Santosh. I have been suffering from harifall from last 12 months,previously my hair is so healthy and shining too. Now my hair gets weak and falls more oftentimes. I changed my shampoo to X Gain as advised by doctor and using it from last 6 months but i didn’t see any change. Can you give more insight about X gain shampoo? Does it helps in hair growth? Is hairfall and hairgrowth are in the same ratio?

    1. admin

      Hi Santosh,

      I’m afraid I’m not familiar with X Gain shampoo. Do you have a link to a web page so I can see what it looks like?

      Chris

  6. Santosh Kumar

    Here is the link that i got from the internet.

    http://www.drugneed.com/cipla-limited-xgain-shampoo-100ml-cipla-p-2041.html#tab1

    I dont have any itchy on my scalp,but my hair got thin. I want to increase growth of my my hair. Please advise… I’m 23.

    1. admin

      Hi Santosh,

      Thanks for getting back.

      I would say X Gain is not a particularly brilliant shampoo (not quite good enough for this list), but for the price it is better than most supermarket shampoos.

      All the best,

      Chris

  7. Reena

    Is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate only dangerous or any Sulphate is dangerous ??? Like Ammonium Lauryl sulphate etc.

    Regards,
    reena

  8. vanita

    hei , i am 24 years old , have shifted from Norway to Delhi a year back and since den i have jus been loosing my hair ,i never had tthick hair but i have been diagonosed with androgenetic alpecia ,,my tsh level is 4 .69 which is a little higher than normal! i am using follihair tab and Aviron with clindac a solution and follihair solution to be applied on my scapl twice a dat ,i had red and flaky scalp but dey were taken care off by my dermatologist by givin me antibiotics,,, i have been on thsese tablets for a past 2 mnths now i i loose 100 to 150 hair p day ,,its a lot for me coz i have short hair lets say upto collar bone dey r heavy on the top as in good volume bt realy thin and lifeless dey r sooo brittle ,,,i am using brocato curlinterupted shampoo and conditioner ,do you think its a nice shampoo? how long does dis andrgentic alpecia take to cure . i jus got married i dont want my husband to feel i am geting bald :( dat is a very sad situation i mean i hv a goood diet am a vegetarian i dont even eat eggs ? bt mi intake has cod loil liver tab n calcium ,,pls do help meeee ‘m thanku soo mch

    1. admin

      Hi Vanita,

      Thanks for your comment. It sounds like your hair is severely under nourished. The solution is to feed your hair with the nutrients it needs to strengthen, grow and prolong its growth phase.

      Your hair needs ‘amino acids’ to grow (this is what it’s made from). Your body needs lots of supporting nutrients to aid hair growth. Stress and hormones can have a major impact on the nutrient supply to the hair.

      I would recommend you begin an intense hair nourishment regime every day to feed your hair with the nutrients it needs to grow.

      I’ll send over an email now with some further advice.

      All the best,

      Chris

  9. braidhair

    Thanks in your put up, i’m going to add this on my website. Excellent

  10. vanita

    rep soooon???? thnkuuu

    1. admin

      Hi Vanita,

      I’ve sent you lots of useful tips via email :)

      Chris

  11. nitin

    in last 8 months i lost my 30percent hair ……can i get my hai back …..and how can i stop my hairfall…and which shampoo is required

    1. admin

      Hi Nitin,

      I’ve sent you some advice by email :)

      Chris

  12. Daniel

    Hi,

    Over the past year I have been looking for products that might help reduce hair loss. The only thing I really tried was a laser comb which has lowered the hair loss but not significantly. I have been looking for a shampoo that might help me and I started to hear a lot about DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo. However, I read in many reviews that the product’s formula changed since March 2011. I would like to know if you know something about this before buying it because it is indeed an expensive shampoo. I also read that some people experienced increase in hair loss so I am worried about that as well.

    Thanks for your help!

    1. admin

      Hi Daniel,

      I have heard that the ingredients have changed and some buyers have reported that it seems to have reduced in quality.

      I would check out RegenePure NT.

      Chris

  13. Rach

    Hi,

    I am living in Asia and the weather is always hot and humid. My scalp becomes greasy very soon even after washing them. Lately I’ve noticed that my hair is thinning and quite worried over it because I am just a young working adult and hair is one of the most important asset for a lady. I can’t imagine going bald! Even the hair dresser told me that I should start taking some serious action on my hair loss because what is the point to have a pretty face but have the potential to go bald. My hair parting makes my scalp very noticeable. One thing is also I am born with very soft baby hair. I’ve tried expensive product like kerastase’s shampoo and tonic but did not see any result. Now I am using Kerasys shampoo but I am not sure if I should continue using them. Do you mind giving some advise? I also thought of trying out either Mirriam Quevedo Extreme Caviar Special Hair loss shampoo or Lakme K Therapy Active Prevention. I hope to prevent the hair loss and also promotes new hair growth from whatever I’ve lost. Hope to hear from you soon.

    1. admin

      Hi Rach,

      The grease you describe is actually sebum and is secreted through the skins pores. Sebum is thought to have some impact on hair loss in some individuals.

      One solution is to use a shampoo like Neutrogena T/Sal, which will help remove build-up of grease, dead skin, pollutants and cosmetics.

      In my eBook I explain how to remove the underlying cause of excessive sebum, by increasing co-enzyme A in the liver, improving liver efficiency and reducing stress. I also explain how to completely remove sebum based plaque (sebum build-up and clogged pores).

      To learn more please see:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-ebook

      Chris

  14. Arifullah Adil

    Dear Sir,

    Hope to be fine and doing well as i have hair loss problem and currently i am using coconut oil with Minoxidil spray once in night after in the morning i wash my hair with polytar liquid but still it is increasing hair loss. so what do you recommend for hair loss treatment.

    Thanks

    1. admin

      Hi Arlfullah,

      I’ve emailed you some advice on how to stimulate hair regrowth :)

      Chris

  15. Jane

    Hi, I would like to know whether l’occitane is good for long term use. if yes, which product do you recommend?

    1. admin

      Hi Jane,

      Would you mind posting up the ingredients of the shampoo or a link to the product and its ingredients and I’ll take a look.

      Thanks,
      Chris

  16. Kian Yee

    Very informative site and I thank you for that.

    I would very much appreciate if you can help me look into these two prodcts ‘Seaweed Scalp Clinic Mask’ and ‘Legitime Shampoo’

    These are the 2 products that im currently using and its been a week. My hair fall when I bathe has not reduced at all, not sure whether hair fall is reduced throughout the day as I don’t know how to check. Its starting to make me wonder whether I wasted my money, it cost me around RM135 roughly USD40

  17. Kian Yee

    Really sorry for spamming but one last thing.

    Could you recommend a shampoo and conditioner that I can get in Malaysia or probably order online? If its available in Malaysia it would be a great help thanks

    1. admin

      Hi Klan Yee,

      The shampoo you use is not going to have a huge influence on your hair growth. There are other far more important factors involved. Really, the best thing you can do to increase hair growth is to increase the nutrient supply to the hair follicles. Hair receives nutrients via the blood stream, so you need to 1) increase the blood supply to the hair follicles and 2) increase your consumption of the nutrients that build hair AND the supporting nutrients that support hair growth and proper protein absorption.

      I recommend reading this:

      http://www.nicehair.org/how-to-massively-increase-nutrient-supply-to-your-hair-with-a-simple-and-easy-but-extremely-powerful-technique-that-takes-just-2-minutes-a-day

      All the best,
      Chris

  18. Farsilla

    im currently using head and shoulders hair loss. but till now there is no changes. besides that my hair and scalp tend to become very oily the next day. n 1 of my problem is, when ever i use different shampoo , dandruff starts to appear. help me please :(

    Silla

    1. admin

      Hi Farsilla,

      If you’re experiencing dandruff it’s most likely due to a fungi called P. Oval. There are shampoos available that contain a chemical called ketoconzole. Use one of these shampoos twice a week and it should clear the dandruff up. Ketoconazole is also a mild 5-alpha reductase inhibitor so it may help reduce DHT levels in your scalp, which in turn may reduce the hair loss.

      More details on ketoconazole shampoos here:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-treatments/4-shampoos-that-contain-ketoconazole-which-is-the-best

      All the best,
      Chris

  19. Steven

    Hi

    I have had this weird allergic reaction to many shampoos non and organic where they irritate my eye Lids leaving them watery red and sore
    If I could pin point the ingredients I’d be elated
    If I list a few could you possibly tell me what it might be?

    Avalon organic biotin thickening (bad)

    Alchemy
    Lavender ( extremely)
    Rosemary ( extreme)
    Unscented ( bad)
    Rice protein ( bad)

    Organix
    Vanilla. ( bad)
    Cherry blossom ( bad)
    Shea butter ( extreme)
    Macadamia ( good) but losing hair more
    With this why?
    Argan oil ( slight)

    Sukin moisture restoring ( bad)
    Nourishing (bad)

    Dermaveen oatmeal ( bad)

    Dr organic aloe Vera
    Nourishing therapy ( bad)

    QV gentle shampoo ( bad)

    Graham’s natural shampoo
    With Manuka honey ( bad)

    I have short medium dark hair thin but enough
    To cover my scalp I find the current one I use
    Organix macadamia is non irritating but I noticed
    Hairloss of around 20 to 40 hairs so that’s concerning

    Is there an issue with organic shampoos where the
    Ingredients are more irritating then the non organic
    Ones?

    I can’t seem to find one that doesn’t irritate
    Gives my hair body and fullness and softness

    Pls help
    Cheers

    Moo goo shampoo (ok slight irritation)

    1. admin

      Hi Steven,

      Organic ingredients may be more potent than the chemicals you find in other shampoos. It sounds as though you might have an allergy to one of the common ingredients found in better quality shampoos. Try to avoid the shampoos that cause the irritation. It would be worth going to your doctor and having an allergy test as these allergies may crop up at other times in your life.

      The hair loss is unlikely to be down to the shampoo. It is more likely caused by DHT, stress or possibly poor scalp condition.

      All the best,
      Chris

    1. admin

      Thanks Billy,

      I’ll check that shampoo out and add it to the list if the ingredients look good.

      Cheers,
      Chris

  20. Ali

    testing if this is real

    1. admin

      It is real! lol

  21. rk

    hi…im 21m and ive dry scalp…i lose a lot of hair…tel me some shampoo hairoil diet to stop it….

    1. admin

      Hi rk,

      If you have a dry or sensitive scalp, consider using a gentle, nourishing shampoo like these:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-treatments/10-organic-shampoos-that-do-not-contain-sodium-lauryl-sulphate

      If you have a flaky scalp consider trying a shampoo that contains ketoconazole as it kills the fungus that causes dandruff:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-treatments/4-shampoos-that-contain-ketoconazole-which-is-the-best

      All the best,
      Chris

  22. sam

    Hi, would u please tell me how can i stop my hair loss , and i would like to know about wen products, i bought a pomegranate cleansing and conditioner im not sure if its really help my hair, and which shampoo u recommend.

    Thank u

    1. admin

      Hi Sam,

      I haven’t heard of Wen products. Can you send me a link or better yet a list of ingredients?

      Thanks,
      Chris

  23. tpain

    Hi Chris

    I need advice, I have had thick hair all my life. Currently 22 years old but my hair is thinning like crazy. When I put my hand through my hair I have lots of hair falling, I need to get a good shampoo. I am usuing baby shampoo. My scalp is itchy and my hair when it falls looks as if its frizzed. And my hair is thin in certain parts. I only noticed my hair is thing recently, some are very thin. How do I combat this? And I don’t shower everyday because I heard its bad but my scalp is flaky.

    1. admin

      Hi tpain,

      Because you have an itchy/flaky scalp I’d recommend checking out these ketoconazole shampoos. Ketoconazole kills the fungus that causes dandruff and it’s also thought to promote hair growth:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-treatments/4-shampoos-that-contain-ketoconazole-which-is-the-best

      All the best,
      Chris

  24. chi

    I was searching for a SLS free and DHT inhibitor containing shampoo when I found this article. I think DS Lsboratories Revita Hairgrowth stimulatory shampoo is good to use for me. I can use oral DHT inhibitor containing liquid which I already stareted to use. Is this a good combination?

    1. admin

      Hi Chi,

      Yes that would work. However be very careful when using DHT inhibitors: please make sure you tell your doctor if you’re going to begin using oral DHT inhibitors because they can reduce the size of your prostate, which may make it more difficult for your doctor to test the true health of your prostate during a prostate exam, unless he or she has full details about the DHT inhibitors you’ve been using.

      All the best,

      Chris

  25. chi

    Cont… with the previous question.
    I am a female, with genetic female type hair thinning; in the first stage, but with a lot of spaces.I’m even thinking about a hair replacement. (not a transplant).I want to try some shampoos before I decide to go for this expensive procedure.

    Can I benefit by using DHT inhibitor?
    And please let me know whether the above shampoo comes with a conditioner, and if not which conditioner is good for hair loss?

    1. admin

      Hi again Chi,

      Apologies I didn’t realize you are female — in which case you are less likely to need oral DHT inhibitors. I recommend visiting your doctor if you think you have high DHT levels. High DHT levels is more common in men because DHT is produced from testosterone.

      If you’d like a good conditioner I’d recommend reading this article:

      http://www.nicehair.org/hair-loss-treatments/the-worlds-best-organic-conditioners

      All the best,
      Chris

  26. haidy

    hi admin
    more than 4 months my hair falling out , i think lost 40% hair .i’m very tired to see everyday my hair on my shoulders, pillow ,tile floors….everywhere.i would very appreciate if you have any recommendation for get my hair back or stop my hair fall.
    thank you
    haidy

    1. admin

      Hi Haidy,

      I’ve emailed you with my recommendation. I hope that helps.

      All the best,
      Chris

  27. admin

    Thanks for your comment. I’m thinking RegenePure is probably the best in this list now. I may update the article accordingly.

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