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It is possible to manage hair loss caused by a variety of factors, including drug side effects, hormonal imbalances, or an infection of the scalp. Male and female pattern baldness, characterised by thinning of the hair on the crown, sides, and temples, as well as a general loss of density, is the most distressing and widespread type of baldness. Genetics is the most common cause of alopecia. The enzyme alpha reductase, which turns testosterone into dehydrotestosterone, is usually to blame for genetic baldness (DHT). Hair follicles decrease as a result of DHT use. Hair that is weaker and more prone to falling out is the outcome of this.
Dandruff can be controlled by using the herbal hair care product Renew, which has a combination of herbs that feeds the scalp and hair roots. Hair follicle shrinking can be prevented with the use of Renew’s unique herbs. Hair growth and shrinkage are both reversed with regular use. All types of hair loss can benefit from using Renew.
Renew is a hair oil that needs to be applied directly to the scalp. This means that unlike systemic hair loss drugs like Fenasteride and Dutasteride, where unwanted areas like the back or the butts are affected, hair growth occurs just in the desired areas.
Using Renew to massage the hair and scalp helps nourish the scalp and prevent hair loss. In addition, massaging the scalp improves blood flow, which strengthens the hair follicles.
Part your hair and massage Renew into your scalp in a circular manner with your fingertips. This will help the oil sink into your scalp. Allow to sit for an hour before washing with a gentle shampoo. However, you could also put a small amount of Renew on your hair before you go to sleep and wash it in the morning.
It is unknown if Renew has any side effects.
Each 10 ml bottle of Renew oil contains:

A 3% concentration of Eclipta Alba
Herpestis/Bacopa Enlarge this image toggle caption Emlica officinalis
One-tenth of one percent of the total
one-hundredth of a percent
1 percent of the record is dedicated to Santalum.
A 1% percentage of Pongamia glabra
It contains 0.5 percent Crataeva nurvala
The percentage of the species Abrus precatorius is 5%.
At 0.5 percent, the Glycyrrhiza glabra
0.5 percent of Nardostachys jatamansi
One-hundredth of one percent

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