Hair Loss and TianDe Shampoo
What is Alopecia? Where does it come from? What are the reasons?
Alopecia (baldness) is a pathological loss of hair, resulting in thinning or its complete disappearance in certain areas of the head or torso. The most common types of androgenetic alopecia refers (androgenetic), diffuse or symptomatic (effluviums), alopecia or alopecia (areata), scar (scarring).
I must say immediately that hair loss occurs throughout a person’s life. Out of any serious harm to the human body, this process cannot be held back, the main damage is in the psychological perception of the fact of human loss.
Over 95% of all cases of hair loss in men are due to androgenetic alopecia. In women, the frequency of manifestation of androgenetic alopecia differ significantly – from 20% to 90% of all cases of hair loss, which is associated with less noticeable and difficult to diagnose this manifestation of alopecia in women. Androgenetic alopecia is the case with men, particularly noticeable pockets of balding in the frontal and parietal areas. As for women, it is characterized by thinning hair at the top of the head. This type of baldness is caused by genetically determined behaviour in violation of androgens (male sex hormones) in the scalp. It is important to begin to deal with hair loss with the first signs, because, the longer period has passed since the greater damage to the hair follicle, the more difficult to make the follicle produce healthy hair. Most I have read materials on the problem of baldness, and did not give an answer to the question “How to cure baldness?” All I found on the Internet came down to one thing: our product or the best or our clinic is the best. Some cry no medical intervention, no other supply of masks and shampoos. Therefore, I will express their opinion on a purely Shampoo baldness Master Herb (TianDe) and ask everyone who used it to leave your comments on this article. To begin with let’s look at:
Shampoo baldness Master Herb (tianDe)
Anti-hair loss, for all hair types Description: Increases blood flow in the hearth of baldness. Stimulates the metabolism. Restores the vitamin and mineral balance necessary for hair growth. Strengthens the roots, recreates the damaged hair cuticle (the protective layer of the hair). Stimulates the growth of new hair.
Recommended for thinning hair.
Deionized Water – water that does not contain the impurity ions. This, in fact is very well purified water
Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate – Sodium laureth sulphate – a detergent surfactant. Is an amphiphilic substance used in the manufacture of most detergents, shampoo, toothpaste and cosmetics foam formation.
It is less irritating than sodium lauryl sulphate, but leads to a more severe dryness, which can be avoided by careful flushing. In fact SLES is an inexpensive and very effective foaming agent
Cocoamidopropyl Betaine (CAB-35) – Cocamidopropyl – a mild amphoteric surfactant, a surfactant, produced from coconut oil fatty acids and substance in beet – is derived cocamide (amide of coconut fatty acids) and glycine Betaine. It is a viscous, nearly transparent, yellowish liquid and is used as a surfactant in bath products such as shampoos and hand soaps, and cosmetics as a thickener and emulsifier, as well as to reduce the irritation, which may cause purely ionic surfactants. It is also used as an antistatic agent in hair conditioners and other personal care products
Ammonium Laureth Sulphate – Ammonium Laureth Sulphate – synthetic detergent. The main drawback of it is dermatological stiffness.
Polydimethylsiloxane – (PDMS) polymer refers to a group of organ silicon compounds, which are commonly referred to as silicones. PDMS is the most widely used silicon-based organic polymer, is one of several types of silicon oils – making the hair shiny and slick
Polyquaternium-10 – has the adsorptive properties (thickening) with various substances. In particular, it is widely used to improve the texture of hair on the surface of each strand.
Diethylene Glycol Distearate – cleaning agent and emulsifier. Added to cosmetic products.
(Radix ginseng) – Ginseng roots contain panaxosides, essential oils, pectin, vitamins B1, B2, etc. It is used as a tonic and an adaptogenic agent with hypotension, fatigue, asthenia, neurasthenia, mental and physical stress
Shou wu – Shou Wu Chih is a liquid tonic for men and women, according to the manufacturers, it gently boosts energy levels and tones, warms, invigorates, regular use strengthens bones and tendons and improves sleep, suitable for prolonged use
Panax Pseudo- ginseng Wall – false ginseng is used as a tonic, in insomnia and blood diseases
Angelica Sinensis – Chinese angelica, Angelica officinalis, Angelica officinalis. Is a perennial herbaceous plant 1.5-2 m tall from the Celery family (Apiaceae). It grows on the slopes of mountain ranges in China. The plant has exceptional healing properties and is known as the “female ginseng”. Used in China as a tonic for millennia. Its roots contain up to 1% essential oil, to 6% resins, organic acids (malic acid, valeric acid, acetic acid), and bitter tannins, phytosterols, sugars, wax, pectin, carotene.
Ligusticum Chuanxiong Hort – ligustikum Chuanxun – strengthens, enlivens the blood, stops pain (particularly useful for headaches)
Tianma – Tianmu stops seizures, has a toning effect. Applies with headache, dizziness, loss of sensation in limbs, convulsions of children, neurasthenia, epilepsy, tetanus, mionevralgii, rheumatism and impotence. Koreans use the aerial part of the plant for nervous disorders, and roots – as a tonic for colds.
Semen Sesami Nigrum Extract – The extracts of black sesame seeds, normalize the function of internal organs, reduce the amount of sugar and fat in the blood, slow down ageing.
Spice – (not sure NS) – spice, dried seeds, fruit, root, bark, or vegetative substance used to flavour, colour, or as a preservative that kills harmful bacteria and prevents their growth. Citkic Acid – Citric acid – used in cosmetics as an acidity regulator buffer, a chelating agent.
Isothiazolone – Preservative, kills bacteria.