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skinjohn
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It is suggested to use a boar bristle brush for sufficient flow of blood to the scalp region. Washing and shampooing the hair daily is also bad for the health of the hair. In addition, choose natural hair care products which comprise essentials such as aloe vera and jojoba. Follow the aforementioned tips and experience the joy of healthy hair on your scalp. Did You Know? A 2002 study reported in the 'Journal of Radiological Protection', found that cancer-stricken mice showed a decrease in hair loss after radiation  Beard Czar therapy when they were exposed to caffeine before the treatment. Coffee has long been known for its stimulating effects which increase alertness and help stay wide awake. The high amount of caffeine present in a cup of coffee is actually responsible for imparting that feeling of increased vigilance. However, the potential use of caffeine may also be extended to stimulating hair growth, as found out through one study. Hair follicles (sacs that contain the roots of hair) appear to show a period of growth when put in caffeine-containing solutions. The following sections elaborate more on the in-vitro study that suggests caffeine to be effective in fighting hair loss. Caffeine and Hair Growth A recent study reported in the January 2007 edition of the International Journal of Dermatology observed that caffeine is beneficial in improving hair growth. The in-vitro study carried out by German researchers found out that caffeine exhibits a stimulating effect on hair growth. As a result, external application of caffeine in the form of a shampoo may work to treat hair loss problems, in both men and women. In the study, subjects under consideration were middle-aged men diagnosed with androgenetic alopecia (AGA), a common form of hair loss. The researchers extracted scalp biopsies containing hair follicles of 14 men who were in their early stages of androgenetic alopecia. The hair follicles were grown in culture in test tubes containing different amounts of caffeine. Some of these hair follicles were cultivated in test tubes containing both caffeine and 5 ug/ml of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) that is known to impair hair growth.  http://www.dermayouth.org/beard-czar-review

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