If you are suffering from Hair loss or Hair thinning, determine the root cause of the problem before buying any product. Remember that determining the right product is as important as the therapy itself as using the wrong product and not getting the results could be frustrating.
There could be many reasons for Hair Loss, the most important being –
- Hereditary hair loss where the genes trigger hair loss at a certain age
- Imbalance of the body elements causing premature graying, drying and hair loss. This is the leading cause of Hair loss in most people.
- Dandruff, Fungal infection and hormonal imbalance
- Mineral deficiency – Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc
Depending on the type of problem you are facing and the type of deficiency your body is fighting, there are variety of Herbal oils, gels and masks available to cure the problem.
In this issue I would like to talk more about this miracle flower extract that has actually shown results in Hair Loss Problems as long as they are in the rage of a Hairstylist to correct.
Jaswand Hair Gel (Hibiscus)
Jaswand (Hibiscus) Hair Gel is an excellent Hair Loss treatment that incorporates the super-critical extracts of Hibiscus flower and Aloe vera. It makes the hair shiny and strong, removes dandruff and moisturizes the scalp. Suitable for all hair types. Doesn’t make the hair oily, hence suitable for daytime application too.
Natural Hair Loss treatment which has the extract of Jaswand flower (Hibiscus) which has proven qualities of hair root stimulation and hair growth.
A good Hair Care routine would have a balanced mix of -
- using the right products that cleanse, nourish and protect the scalp and hair, which also means avoiding as far as possible the use of products with strong chemicals.
- following a proper nutritious diet, which includes not just the right foods and supplements but also consuming them at the right time
- detoxifying head and body regularly, which include Ayurvedic head and body massages and detox procedures
- getting good sleep which includes following a regular routine (Dinacharya)avoiding excess exposure to TV, high paced activities in the evening, late nights and the use of relaxing oils at bedtime.
- managing STRESS through Yoga and Meditation