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Life Ranger
16-03-2007, 01:47 PM
According to this report : http://www.guangming.com.my/content.phtml?sec=193&artid=200703110329&sdate=2007-03-11
a simple natural formula of massaging the scalp with mixture of coconut oil, egg white and lime for 20 minutes and let dry for 2 hours then rinse off, 3 times a week, helps hair grow within a month. Anyone who needs some hair can try it out :D

fRaNkY
19-02-2009, 07:57 AM
Old time remedy. Smear some XO or martel on the hair and rub gently.

VeeJay
19-02-2009, 10:28 AM
According to this report : http://www.guangming.com.my/content.phtml?sec=193&artid=200703110329&sdate=2007-03-11
a simple natural formula of massaging the scalp with mixture of coconut oil, egg white and lime for 20 minutes and let dry for 2 hours then rinse off, 3 times a week, helps hair grow within a month. Anyone who needs some hair can try it out :D

For most of the Indian Families, its a standard practice to bath with coconut oil / gingerly oil with lime at least once a month... :-)

But then again, hair growth has strong genetic factor as well :-(

maxima
03-03-2009, 11:42 AM
I start to apply organic coconut oil recently and see some new hair growing at the forehead hair line, will continue to see more result :p

Friends from other nations complained that their have more hair loss than at home. why ? They think it's got to do with food and water especially.

Anyone works in lab maybe can help check out our drinking water quality ? I learn that they add all sorts of chemical like Alum powder, lime stone, chlorine to process the water, just wonder if the QC is functioning alright when it reach our houses. :o

fRaNkY
03-03-2009, 11:48 AM
Myself, type of shampoo.... some makes hair drop even more! :D

maxima
11-03-2009, 02:33 PM
Myself, type of shampoo.... some makes hair drop even more! :D

fRanky, how actually is your hair status ? :D

fRaNkY
11-03-2009, 03:20 PM
fRanky, how actually is your hair status ? :D

Thinning :D

Laughingman
16-03-2009, 10:46 AM
I normally use shampoo.....maybe i should try coconut oil.

jadewhite
18-03-2009, 10:10 PM
:D Let me know if it really works!

bslee
24-03-2009, 03:37 PM
For most of the Indian Families, its a standard practice to bath with coconut oil / gingerly oil with lime at least once a month... :-)
But then again, hair growth has strong genetic factor as well :-(

Genetic factor is true..if you're going bald, you'd be bald eventually.
Is there a ready mix formula in the shops you can highly recommend?.. I think I'm going to use it for maintenance.. Long long time ago, I used to massage my scalp often with olive oil. I was young then, and I can't tell if it contributed to the well being of my hair back then.

maxima
01-04-2009, 04:33 PM
Genetic factor is true..if you're going bald, you'd be bald eventually. Is there a ready mix formula in the shops you can highly recommend?.. I think I'm going to use it for maintenance.. Long long time ago, I used to massage my scalp often with olive oil. I was young then, and I can't tell if it contributed to the well being of my hair back then.

sorry to ask, are you bald now ? :D

As for genetic factor, I think that is a common excuse now for those who don't have a better answer. While some will tell that one is what one eats, so genetic factor is due to foods too.

Mrs A Tham
13-04-2009, 01:22 AM
My hair started thinning after the birth of my son and now he's going to be 4 in 2 months time. I had lost almost 40% of my hair :eek: :eek: and all within 3 1/2 years. :eek:
Tried all sorts of shampoo claim can see new hair growth and stop hairfall within 2 - 3 months but no good outcome. Lately using one made in Taiwan Shampoo (Avelon) and not to bad. Can see hairfall lessen, but hair growth too early to tell coz only using for 1 month. :rolleyes:

bslee
13-04-2009, 11:36 AM
sorry to ask, are you bald now ? :D
As for genetic factor, I think that is a common excuse now for those who don't have a better answer. While some will tell that one is what one eats, so genetic factor is due to foods too.

Then you offer me a logical explaination why NO-ONE I know in my maternal side have suffered baldness. My paternal side, yes a few but not entirely.
Nope I'm not bald, but some thinning down at the top, perhaps the aging process.
BTW, I've seen some coconut oil based hair care products (imported from India) at Mydin, one more from local. Less than RM10/ bottle. May try that soon.

maxima
13-04-2009, 02:13 PM
I just hope those aged above 40 with thick hair can share with us on issues like :

daily food and drink, shampoo, exercise, and other habits which may lead to health hair..... :p

leann
15-04-2009, 05:38 PM
i red a book said use brandy (cheap one can already) apply on bald /less hair area and massage with finger 100~300 times everyday. you can see the result very soon. He do it for over 20years and now he is 88 years old with full head of healthy hair.
(wow :eek: donno how many bottles brandy he had used :cool: )

ginaphan
05-05-2009, 11:02 PM
My hair started thinning after the birth of my son and now he's going to be 4 in 2 months time. I had lost almost 40% of my hair and all within 3 1/2 years.

It's been like that for me since my daughter was born 11 years ago. But my hair does grow back but not as fast as it falls.

Tried all kinds of things. Shampoos that say 'for extra strength' or 'hair fall defense' makes it even worse.

For about 6 months now, I've been using Himalaya shampoo and it seems to be better. Also, I don't apply conditioner to the scalp - just the ends.

I also noticed my hair fall increases when the scalp is oily so I need to wash more often.

It wasn't like that with my first two babies but i guess our hormonal levels changes as we age.....

blueginger
06-05-2009, 09:38 AM
For about 6 months now, I've been using Himalaya shampoo and it seems to be better....

What variant would that be??? I am interested to try... :o

ignatio103
06-05-2009, 10:14 AM
me too is having hairloss....thinning at top...started using himalaya revitalising hair oil....hopefully is working... :rolleyes:

lilifjp
18-05-2009, 11:11 PM
Anyone tried Yu Nam package before ?

Does it really works to grow back healthy hair ? Any true stories from this forum ? :)

termibait
30-05-2009, 01:45 PM
lilyfjp,
my fren spent nearly 30k just to grow few string of hairs...do u think it worth? anyway, i just email tis website to him..hope his problem will be solved soon......

lilifjp
30-05-2009, 02:10 PM
Dear Termibait,

There is a new outlet in Puchong which gives some promotions. They showed me photo of success stories and they claim that the results will be seen by two months.

OMG :eek: RM30K is too much ! I can buy a second hand car :D

I am just toying with the idea of pampering myself with hair spa once a month.

I have asked around for two weeks, and all I hear are horror stories and yes, most people spend RM30K ++ already and very "little" results. :(

Thanks for the feedback.

Carolrasiah
30-05-2009, 11:06 PM
Dear Termibait,

There is a new outlet in Puchong which gives some promotions. They showed me photo of success stories and they claim that the results will be seen by two months.

OMG :eek: RM30K is too much ! I can buy a second hand car :D

I am just toying with the idea of pampering myself with hair spa once a month.

I have asked around for two weeks, and all I hear are horror stories and yes, most people spend RM30K ++ already and very "little" results. :(

Thanks for the feedback.
anyone heard of wigs. Dr.M wife uses one u know :D

pucman
19-06-2009, 08:28 PM
Anyone tried Yu Nam package before ?

Does it really works to grow back healthy hair ? Any true stories from this forum ? :)

It's overpriced and uses techniques that we can use at home like the first post.

Anyway, they can't grow back dead follicles.

They're only good at ads.

shthang
19-06-2009, 09:50 PM
has anyone noticed that the indon maids and the men 's hair are always so thick and black, even though they are using the normal (cheaper)shampoos? :confused:

Phres
03-07-2009, 08:28 AM
i notice indian ladies got very thick and black hair and i asked my friend who is indian what she used....she said nothing!! it's just genes i guess :)

maxima
28-07-2009, 03:14 PM
Someone told me that they wash their hair once in a few days and that is the reason they have thicker hair.

Can someone here verify that ?

I myself have to wash 2 times daily, Hair is thinning. But try to buy amway kid shampoo to wash now, because after wash the hair feels oily.

kfboy
14-08-2009, 09:22 AM
I am no scientist but I believe man evolves from apes. Hence, the more hair you lose, the more human you become :D
And who knows, you could be the hairless super-human :p