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Propidren vs Foligen

Propidren and Foligen have become really popular hair growth products. Some people love the products while others hate the products. According to U.S. News & World Report, hair growth is so important that American women spend about $1 billion to try to keep it on their heads. This article will help you make sure you’re spending your money wisely.

Hair loss can be a very demoralizing thing and it can also be quite distressing. If you are struggling with hair loss and want to get your thick head of hair back, then you should look at some good hair treatments. There are many reasons that someone might experience hair loss, and the treatment that you follow will depend on the reason that you are losing hair.

Common reasons for hair loss include:

  • Illness
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Skin Problems
  • Malnutrition
  • Stress

There are many other reasons that could cause hair loss, but the above are some of the most common. Also, people mistakenly think that washing their hair can lead to hair loss, but this is not the case. It seems like you are losing your hair when you wash it.

In truth, you will lose hair every day anyway. The loss is more noticeable when you are washing and drying your hair. Instead of a few strands falling out at a time – the loss happens all in one go.

Fighting Hair Loss With Propidren Or Foligen

To fight hair loss you may want to try a hair growth stimulant. This is especially true if you don’t want to wait on natural hair growth remedies. Foligen is a good choice. This cream is good for men and women who want to promote hair regrowth with the use of Propidren. Let’s take a look at each one in turn.

Foligen

Foligen is a cream that is made up of stearic acid, folic acid, biotin, aloe vera, copper peptides, vitamin E and other natural ingredients. Because it is an all-natural substance, it is milder than a lot of the medical options and it can be used by most people quite safely.

Foligen

There are a lot of advantages to using foligen. It can be beneficial for people who are looking to keep their hair looking thick and healthy. It helps to restore radiance and vitality and make your hair look a lot thicker.

Foligen has been approved by the FDA. It is easy to use. All you have to do is take two capsules per day, after food. It will not prevent hair loss, but it will help to make your hair follicles healthier. In addition, it will improve the quality of the hair that grows.

Foligen is ideal for people who are a little worried about thinning hair, but who do not have a serious issue.

Propidren

Propidren, on the other hand, is a supplement that supports the growth of hair follicles and thickens the hair too. It helps to combat hair loss because it helps to inhibit the negative effects of DHT. It promotes better hair growth by nourishing a dry scalp, hair and hair follicles.

Propidren

Propidren works on a cellular level, and provides your body with minerals that are required for healthy hair. It supports the regrowth of hair, and can be invaluable for women in particular because excess DHT is a common cause of hair loss in women. Men can also benefit from it if they are suffering from pattern baldness.

Propidren is a supplement that is made in the USA and that includes very similar ingredients to Foligen. Because the ingredients are natural – iron, zinc, green tea extract, biotin, it tends to have very few side effects. It is an effective supplement for those who are suffering from DHT-related hair loss.

Choosing a Supplement

Both Foligen and Propidren will be useful for people who are suffering from mild to moderate hair loss that is not purely genetic. If your thinning hair is due to weight loss or nutrient deficiency then either supplement could help with it. If it is due to DHT then Propidren, in particular, can be very useful.

These supplements are not guaranteed to make your hair grow back. They may not work if you are suffering from serious hair loss and follicles have already died off. In those cases you may need a much stronger treatment. You should talk to your doctor before making any decisions.

Hair loss is a fact of life for many people, but there are things that you can do to prevent it in a lot of cases.

Take preventative care by massaging oil on your scalp or putting it into your shampoos and conditioners for additional moisture. I suggest: peppermint oil, shea butter, acai berry oil and Obsessed Hair Oil.

If you experience sudden and unexplained hair loss, talk to your doctor to rule out the possibility that there is some underlying health condition. In most cases, that will not be the case and your doctor will clear you to try supplements and hair growth medications.

hormone replacement therapy

In some instances, it may be that you need some other therapy. Women, for example, sometimes find that hormone replacement therapy can help. It is true that menopause can cause thinning hair. Unfortunately, is it a possible side effect.

You cannot expect miracles from foligen or propidren.

Both are mild supplements that help the body to do what it is already doing more efficiently. If you just need that little helping hand, then you will get a lot out of them.

Foligen or propidren will give you thicker, more healthy looking hair and could slow down any thinning that is going on. They will not repair dead follicles, though. You need to be proactive and seek treatment as soon as you notice that you are experiencing hair loss. That is the best way to get it under control before it becomes too serious.

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