View Full Version : Need Your Suggestions For A Shampoo/Conditioner/Mask/Hair Spray(Oil)

12-27-2012, 09:53 PM

26 year old male here.

My hair is thinning just a little bit, it's a receding hair-line and I am tired of using Aveda products, they say that their products are "natural & organic" when you read the bottles it states that it has all these chemicals.

I am looking for a natural organic Shampoo, Conditioner, Mask & Hair Shiner/Spray (as a replacement of gel/hair spray).

So I have come across: Macadamia Oil, Moraccan Oil, DermOrganic & Kiehls Thickening Shampoo.

Which one should I try? Price isn't a matter, as long as I get to maintain what I have and achieve a little bit of thickening of my hair.


By the way, my hair texture is wavy/curly (I happen to straighten it for it to look straighter) and it does get dry/frizzy, so I like to use hair shiners to give it that shine :)

Tracy C
12-27-2012, 11:25 PM
I don't understand why you think going with purely natural shampoo and conditioner is going to thicken your hair. Hair gets its nourishment from the inside out, not the outside in. Also, if you are suffering with hereditary hair loss, natural "remedies" are not going to do a thing for you.

01-04-2013, 11:49 AM
The organic you go the safer for your body.

Tracy C
01-04-2013, 03:20 PM
The organic you go the safer for your body.

Hereditary hair loss is a natural and normal process. You are not going to be able to slow down, stop or reverse this natural and normal process in any meaningful way with any "natural" treatment. Treating hereditary hair loss in and of itself is an unnatural thing to do. It is downright foolish to expect a natural treatment to be able to slow down, stop or reverse this natural and normal process. But go ahead. Knock yourself out.

01-24-2013, 09:36 PM
Hey all,

So I have been crusing on youtube for hairloss treatments and came across this guy who claims he has lost his hair from steroids and on his website he recommends products for hairloss treatment.

To those that are familiar with hairloss treatments, please tell me if this is something I should try or is this guy simply advertising for the companies to make money?


He recommends:

(1) Lipogaine: 5% Minoxidil w/Azelic Acid & Saw Palmetto

(2) Regenepure Dr. Shampoo

(3) Aziderm's 10% Azelaic Acid Cream
Aziderm's 20% Azelaic Acid Cream

(4) FDA Listed Microneedle (1.5mm) Roller

Also he recommends a newer shampoo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9Uon...YfXcsg&index=2

Lipogaine Big 3 Shampoo for Hair Loss/ Thinning Hair

What do you guys think?