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Anyone unable to reduce their oily scalps

In male hairloss, oily scalps are quite hard to normalise and add to the deterioration of hair. Ill be adding a supplement shortly to help reduce my own oiliness alongside my shampoo regime.

Is anyone else unable to reduce their oily scalps ?

Regards
Pete

» In male hairloss, oily scalps are quite hard to normalise and add to the
» deterioration of hair. Ill be adding a supplement shortly to help reduce
» my own oiliness alongside my shampoo regime.
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» Is anyone else unable to reduce their oily scalps ?
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» Regards
» Pete

are you talking about itchy oily dandruff or just oily in general

before i started losing my hair i had normal scalp, then after i started thining i had itching and dandruff and this exacerbated the problem, i normalized it somewhat with diet, as high fats sugars etc tend to make it worse, and some of the minerals and vits i take tend to help also, I believe it is one of the minerals, if I am not mistaken

I think the problem is DHT related, thats why it accompanies the onset of MPB
when i added my dht inhibitors, it seemed to make this problem lessen greatly and it is not really a constant aggravation now like it was before

» » In male hairloss, oily scalps are quite hard to normalise and add to the
» » deterioration of hair. Ill be adding a supplement shortly to help
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» » my own oiliness alongside my shampoo regime.
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» » Regards
» » Pete
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» are you talking about itchy oily dandruff or just oily in general
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» before i started losing my hair i had normal scalp, then after i started
» thining i had itching and dandruff and this exacerbated the problem, i
» normalized it somewhat with diet, as high fats sugars etc tend to make it
» worse, and some of the minerals and vits i take tend to help also, I
» believe it is one of the minerals, if I am not mistaken
»
» I think the problem is DHT related, thats why it accompanies the onset of
» MPB
» when i added my dht inhibitors, it seemed to make this problem lessen
» greatly and it is not really a constant aggravation now like it was before

I havent been taking any supplements related to reducing DHT/Estradiol for the last few years as Ive been concentrating on another area of health.

Ive literally had to go back to basics with hairloss in the last few months.
Hence the use of a shampoo regime and shortly Ill be using my TOPICAL now that the inflammation is down.

The oiliness is reduced, however I plan to add some Pantothenic acid in supplement form to reduce the oiliness/ normalise the sebaceous glands.

Regards
Pete

researching “reduces sebum” + vitamin, in google,
what keeps popping up is VITAMIN A

» researching “reduces sebum” + vitamin, in google,
» what keeps popping up is VITAMIN A

Retinol works Topically - I wouldnt want to take Vit A internally.

Pantothenic acid should work to slow the upregulation of oil production.

Regards
Pete

» » researching “reduces sebum” + vitamin, in google,
» » what keeps popping up is VITAMIN A
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» Retinol works Topically - I wouldnt want to take Vit A internally.
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» Pantothenic acid should work to slow the upregulation of oil production.
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» Pete\

are you getting a lot of oiliness? how about itching?

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» » Retinol works Topically - I wouldnt want to take Vit A internally.
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» » Pantothenic acid should work to slow the upregulation of oil
» production.
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» » Pete\
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» are you getting a lot of oiliness? how about itching?

No itchiness - my shampoos have reduced the inflammation response.

Minimal oiliness - I want to nip it in the bud.

Regards
Pete

» researching “reduces sebum” + vitamin, in google,
» what keeps popping up is VITAMIN A

aloe vera is definitely the best

» » researching “reduces sebum” + vitamin, in google,
» » what keeps popping up is VITAMIN A
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» aloe vera is definitely the best

to help with inflammtion yes.

Regards
Pete

IUse this product: Efalith. IT’s a combo of lithium plus zinc topical. Works like magic. Plus it might actually stop balding, too – lithium activates the WNT pathway while zinc blocks both 1 and 2 5a reductase.

» In male hairloss, oily scalps are quite hard to normalise and add to the
» deterioration of hair. Ill be adding a supplement shortly to help reduce
» my own oiliness alongside my shampoo regime.
»
» Is anyone else unable to reduce their oily scalps ?
»
»
»
»
»
» Regards
» Pete

» IUse this product: Efalith. IT’s a combo of lithium plus zinc topical.
» Works like magic. Plus it might actually stop balding, too – lithium
» activates the WNT pathway while zinc blocks both 1 and 2 5a reductase.
»
» » In male hairloss, oily scalps are quite hard to normalise and add to
» the
» » deterioration of hair. Ill be adding a supplement shortly to help
» reduce
» » my own oiliness alongside my shampoo regime.
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» » Is anyone else unable to reduce their oily scalps ?
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» » Pete

links to the product?

regards
Pete

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