You begin your search for a female hair loss product and are soon innundated with the seemingly endless number of products who state that they are the best and now you just do not know which way to turn.

My advice to you is back up, sit down and take a few deep breaths. This is really not that hard of a decision. What you are looking for is something that will help your hair get thicker and maybe even grow more hair.

The decision you need to make right now is, do you want to go the all natural route or do you want to put a lot of chemicals onto your hair or into your system that you are unsure of.

If it were me, I would choose an all natural female hair loss product and forget about harsh chemicals that may make my condition worse or cause an allergic reaction. Chemicals strip your hair of their natural oils and weaken the protein, called keratin, and cause more breakage and thinning of your hair only making a bad situation worse.

Your best bet to combat the thinning hair and/or hair loss are the all natural products that are gentle and do not contain harsh chemicals. Products containing saw palmetto, vitamins A and C, rosemary and green tea are the best things to use. Use them in combination with each other or by themselves. They are all effective in strengthening the hair follicles and hair strands and keeping the scalp healthy, too.

Just make sure you find out how to use them correctly or they won’t work as well for you. For example, the green tea should be applied directly to the scalp, allowed to air dry and left on over night several times a week in order to be most effective.

Shampoos that contain the herb saw palmetto should also be combined with biotin to strengthen your hair strands and stimulate the hair follicles to continue growing hair. Do not use any shampoos that contain any form of alcohol or a chemical called sodium laurel sulfate.

Both of these will weaken your hair and lead to thinning and breakage. Sodium laurel sulfate is an industrial strength degreaser and is in most of the things you use on a daily basis from your shampoo to liquid dish soap to even your toothpaste. It is basically poison to the human body and can cause you to have headaches or seemingly unexplained muscle soreness.

Most people condition their hair after shampooing therefore you need to make the same decision about the conditioner you use that you made about the shampoo you use. The conditioner you choose should have all the vitamins and minerals your hair needs to be healthy and strong. Natural oils like olive oil and coconut oil are great for conditioning your hair. You can even make your own conditioner by combining mayonnaise and beer and applying it to your hair for a deep conditioning female hair loss product effect if your hair is particularly dry or damaged.

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Charlotte Howard is a world renowned influential #1 international best-selling author, award-winning beauty, lifestyle and fitness coach specializing in life force energy healing.

She is a beaut lifestyle women’s mastermind retreat host and the leading women publisher of 40 books written in 10 different languages.

She is a high energy, self motivated, passion driven single mom of four beautiful children who works from home full time and home schools.

She turned her love for beauty, business and publishing into a career to help women thrive personally and professionally while building an empire that creates freedom, fulfillment and happiness for women interested in living the life they dream with confidence.

She has interviewed, mentored and trained some of the most extraordinary thought leaders in the industry, including Emmy Award-Winning Actors, Hair Stylists, Celebrity Fashion Stylists, and Award-Winning Authors, Makeup Artists, Essence, Sophisticates Black Hair, Vogue, Modern Salon, Salon Today and Oprah’s magazine editorial experts.

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