11.10.16

October Picks: Hair Loss Products


Every few months I like to do a 'top picks' post, with eight recommendations of hair loss products for my readers. Here are my top picks for October 2016. 

1 OGX Biotin & Collagen Shampoo
I actually had this shampoo in my last top picks post, and I have added it again, simply because it's probably the best shampoo I have ever tried (and I have tried a fair few). If it's thickness, volume and less hair fall that you're after, then be sure to try the amazing Biotin & Collagen shampoo by OGX. It's also dirt cheap at just £6 a bottle.

2 Biotin 10,000mcg
Ok, so we've established that Biotin won't cure any form of hair loss, but what it does do is help promote healthy, thicker hair growth. 10,000mcg might be a bit high in dosage, so you can always opt for a lower amount if you prefer. It doesn't matter what brand you use - as long as it's Biotin, it should do the trick! 

3 Kirkland Minoxidil
Again, it really doesn't matter that brand you go for, as long as it's minoxidil, that's the main thing. This stuff really can work, but patience is key. some men can take up to a year to see results, so make sure you are in it for the long haul if you decide to try it. 

4 HR23+ Hair Health Supplement
By far the best supplement of its kind on the market. Packed with an array of hair beneficiary ingredients, be sure to try HR23+ if you suffer from early stages of balding and thinning hair. It's a little pricey, but worth every penny. 

5 TRX2 Serum
Ok, so I haven't been the biggest fan of TRX2 products since the brand launched in 2011, but their serum seems to be a popular choice with men and women battling thinning hair. I haven't tried it myself, but it could be worth a go, as I feel the 'hair treatment serum' market is pretty weak at the moment. 

6 TRX2 Foam
Again, I've not had the chance to try this new addition to the Oxford BioLabs line, but if you are not keen on the idea of putting minoxidil on your scalp, then TRX2 Foam could be a decent alternative. It's a popular product choice through lack of anything else of its kind on the market. 

7 MSM Powder
MSM is a great hair beneficiary ingredient, and this sports powder can indeed help men and women with thinning hair. You'll find MSM in most hair health supplements, so if you fancy adding a bit more to your daily intake be sure to try it in powder format. This bag will cost you just £5.

8 Hair Laser Comb
I tried the hair laser comb a few years back, and although I didn't see particularly great results, I did notice better results over the autumn/winter seasons - I really couldn't tell you why! If you can get one of these on the cheap, then you should definitely give it a try, because, with an active lifestyle and balanced diet, hair laser combs have shown excellent results in men and women who suffer with hair loss.

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