Various medicinal plants like Polygonum multiflorum, Red ginseng extract, and Zizyphus jujuba can potentially treat hair loss, offering benefits like low cost and multiple ways of working. Other effective natural substances include Pygeum africanum, Seneroa, Urtica dioica, and more.
Oleogels made from Cedarwood and Rosemary oils can enhance hair growth, but combining both oils doesn't increase the effect.
The herbal hair serum improves hair quality and growth, and is a good alternative to traditional cosmetics because it doesn't contain harmful chemicals like parabens and sulphates.
Dermal exosomes with miR-218-5p boost hair growth by controlling β-catenin signaling.
Plant-based remedies may treat hair loss by reducing inflammation and improving insulin resistance.
Extracts improve hair growth in alopecia.
Multiple treatments work best for hair loss.
Herbs can potentially treat hair loss by inhibiting a key enzyme and promoting hair growth, and deficiencies in zinc, biotin, and iron are linked to hair loss.
Female pattern hair loss is caused by multiple factors and while treatments like topical minoxidil, hormone therapy, and low-level light therapy can help, none can fully cure it.
Chemicals and body size might change when puberty starts and progresses, but more research is needed to confirm this.
Cosmetics and procedures can cause eye issues, from mild discomfort to serious conditions, due to allergies, toxins, or poor care.
Certain skin drugs and topical agents, including some natural extracts and fragrances, can cause allergic reactions. Some hair dyes and extensions, as well as minoxidil, a hair growth treatment, can also cause allergies. Botulinum toxin A can effectively reduce sweat but may have temporary side effects.