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#1

Hello, I just recently bought some niz cream from inhouse. I was wondering exactly what is the right way to apply it? I am going for a all night application, everyday. I saw a japanese study about this, only using niz cream. So I thought I’d give it a shot and see if its reacts well for me.

I assume I put it on after I shampoo, but what I do not get is do I apply it to a wet scalp? If I do, do I still dry my hair with a towel, or does that wipe it away? Do I apply it on a wet scalp, and just leave it there for the night? Without toweling or drying? Or do I apply it on a dry scalp before I go to bed?

What’s a good way to go about this for better results? I’d hate to be applying it in a way thats just wasting the cream and doing me little or no good. Ask the veterans I say. :smiley:

Oh and, inhouse pharmancy sent me something called Spirotone, in tablet form. What are these? I guess they just threw it in as a bonus. Have they been known to do this? I wasn’t charged for it anyway.

Thanks for anything you guys can tell me. It is very appreciated!


#2

» Hello, I just recently bought some niz cream from inhouse. I was wondering
» exactly what is the right way to apply it? I am going for a all night
» application, everyday. I saw a japanese study about this, only using niz
» cream. So I thought I’d give it a shot and see if its reacts well for me.
»
» I assume I put it on after I shampoo, but what I do not get is do I apply
» it to a wet scalp? If I do, do I still dry my hair with a towel, or does
» that wipe it away? Do I apply it on a wet scalp, and just leave it there
» for the night? Without toweling or drying? Or do I apply it on a dry scalp
» before I go to bed?
»
» What’s a good way to go about this for better results? I’d hate to be
» applying it in a way thats just wasting the cream and doing me little or no
» good. Ask the veterans I say. :smiley:
»
» Oh and, inhouse pharmancy sent me something called Spirotone, in tablet
» form. What are these? I guess they just threw it in as a bonus. Have they
» been known to do this? I wasn’t charged for it anyway.
»
» Thanks for anything you guys can tell me. It is very appreciated!

if you apply it after shampoo the problem is how many times per day do you shampoo, are you going to leave it on 24 hours?

I applied it during the day a few hours before i was going to shampoo, on a wet scalp. that was patted dry, and left it on for a few hours then shampoo out

be prepared for a shed though


#3

» » Hello, I just recently bought some niz cream from inhouse. I was
» wondering
» » exactly what is the right way to apply it? I am going for a all night
» » application, everyday. I saw a japanese study about this, only using
» niz
» » cream. So I thought I’d give it a shot and see if its reacts well for
» me.
» »
» » I assume I put it on after I shampoo, but what I do not get is do I
» apply
» » it to a wet scalp? If I do, do I still dry my hair with a towel, or
» does
» » that wipe it away? Do I apply it on a wet scalp, and just leave it
» there
» » for the night? Without toweling or drying? Or do I apply it on a dry
» scalp
» » before I go to bed?
» »
» » What’s a good way to go about this for better results? I’d hate to be
» » applying it in a way thats just wasting the cream and doing me little or
» no
» » good. Ask the veterans I say. :smiley:
» »
» » Oh and, inhouse pharmancy sent me something called Spirotone, in tablet
» » form. What are these? I guess they just threw it in as a bonus. Have
» they
» » been known to do this? I wasn’t charged for it anyway.
» »
» » Thanks for anything you guys can tell me. It is very appreciated!
»
» if you apply it after shampoo the problem is how many times per day do you
» shampoo, are you going to leave it on 24 hours?
»
» I applied it during the day a few hours before i was going to shampoo, on
» a wet scalp. that was patted dry, and left it on for a few hours then
» shampoo out
»
» be prepared for a shed though

Thanks for replying HanginInThere! I take a shower at night before bed, and in the morning, I just wash my face and head. I do not use shampoo, just soap. I found it helps me with my oily head. Rest of my skin is fine, I just have way to much sebum buildup. So yea, dandruff too. Another two reasons why I decided to try nizoral cream.

Anyhow, my plan was to clean my hair in the shower, then apply the cream to my damp head. I plan on leaving in for the whole night, everynight, to be rinsed off in the morning when I clean my head again with a mild soap. Now you said you patted your hair dry, so does that mean I can gently dry my hair while still leaving the cream on? If I do dry my hair, how long should I have the cream on before I attempt to dry? Or should I just dry my hair, then apply the cream and just go to bed? In the few days I have been trying it, no skin irritation so whatever, no adverse reaction yet. Although if shed happens, I’ll take that as a good sign. Anyways, anything you can tell me would be great. I appreciate it!

Oh, and sorry if some of these questions sound kind of dumb. :smiley:


#4

» » » Hello, I just recently bought some niz cream from inhouse. I was
» » wondering
» » » exactly what is the right way to apply it? I am going for a all night
» » » application, everyday. I saw a japanese study about this, only using
» » niz
» » » cream. So I thought I’d give it a shot and see if its reacts well for
» » me.
» » »
» » » I assume I put it on after I shampoo, but what I do not get is do I
» » apply
» » » it to a wet scalp? If I do, do I still dry my hair with a towel, or
» » does
» » » that wipe it away? Do I apply it on a wet scalp, and just leave it
» » there
» » » for the night? Without toweling or drying? Or do I apply it on a dry
» » scalp
» » » before I go to bed?
» » »
» » » What’s a good way to go about this for better results? I’d hate to be
» » » applying it in a way thats just wasting the cream and doing me little
» or
» » no
» » » good. Ask the veterans I say. :smiley:
» » »
» » » Oh and, inhouse pharmancy sent me something called Spirotone, in
» tablet
» » » form. What are these? I guess they just threw it in as a bonus. Have
» » they
» » » been known to do this? I wasn’t charged for it anyway.
» » »
» » » Thanks for anything you guys can tell me. It is very appreciated!
» »
» » if you apply it after shampoo the problem is how many times per day do
» you
» » shampoo, are you going to leave it on 24 hours?
» »
» » I applied it during the day a few hours before i was going to shampoo,
» on
» » a wet scalp. that was patted dry, and left it on for a few hours then
» » shampoo out
» »
» » be prepared for a shed though
»
» Thanks for replying HanginInThere! I take a shower at night before bed,
» and in the morning, I just wash my face and head. I do not use shampoo,
» just soap. I found it helps me with my oily head. Rest of my skin is fine,
» I just have way to much sebum buildup. So yea, dandruff too. Another two
» reasons why I decided to try nizoral cream.
»
» Anyhow, my plan was to clean my hair in the shower, then apply the cream
» to my damp head. I plan on leaving in for the whole night, everynight, to
» be rinsed off in the morning when I clean my head again with a mild soap.
» Now you said you patted your hair dry, so does that mean I can gently dry
» my hair while still leaving the cream on? If I do dry my hair, how long
» should I have the cream on before I attempt to dry? Or should I just dry my
» hair, then apply the cream and just go to bed? In the few days I have been
» trying it, no skin irritation so whatever, no adverse reaction yet.
» Although if shed happens, I’ll take that as a good sign. Anyways, anything
» you can tell me would be great. I appreciate it!
»
» Oh, and sorry if some of these questions sound kind of dumb. :smiley:

Anyone? Please, really need some direction. begs


#5

» » » » Hello, I just recently bought some niz cream from inhouse. I was
» » » wondering
» » » » exactly what is the right way to apply it? I am going for a all
» night
» » » » application, everyday. I saw a japanese study about this, only
» using
» » » niz
» » » » cream. So I thought I’d give it a shot and see if its reacts well
» for
» » » me.
» » » »
» » » » I assume I put it on after I shampoo, but what I do not get is do I
» » » apply
» » » » it to a wet scalp? If I do, do I still dry my hair with a towel, or
» » » does
» » » » that wipe it away? Do I apply it on a wet scalp, and just leave it
» » » there
» » » » for the night? Without toweling or drying? Or do I apply it on a
» dry
» » » scalp
» » » » before I go to bed?
» » » »
» » » » What’s a good way to go about this for better results? I’d hate to
» be
» » » » applying it in a way thats just wasting the cream and doing me
» little
» » or
» » » no
» » » » good. Ask the veterans I say. :smiley:
» » » »
» » » » Oh and, inhouse pharmancy sent me something called Spirotone, in
» » tablet
» » » » form. What are these? I guess they just threw it in as a bonus.
» Have
» » » they
» » » » been known to do this? I wasn’t charged for it anyway.
» » » »
» » » » Thanks for anything you guys can tell me. It is very appreciated!
» » »
» » » if you apply it after shampoo the problem is how many times per day
» do
» » you
» » » shampoo, are you going to leave it on 24 hours?
» » »
» » » I applied it during the day a few hours before i was going to
» shampoo,
» » on
» » » a wet scalp. that was patted dry, and left it on for a few hours then
» » » shampoo out
» » »
» » » be prepared for a shed though
» »
» » Thanks for replying HanginInThere! I take a shower at night before bed,
» » and in the morning, I just wash my face and head. I do not use shampoo,
» » just soap. I found it helps me with my oily head. Rest of my skin is
» fine,
» » I just have way to much sebum buildup. So yea, dandruff too. Another
» two
» » reasons why I decided to try nizoral cream.
» »
» » Anyhow, my plan was to clean my hair in the shower, then apply the
» cream
» » to my damp head. I plan on leaving in for the whole night, everynight,
» to
» » be rinsed off in the morning when I clean my head again with a mild
» soap.
» » Now you said you patted your hair dry, so does that mean I can gently
» dry
» » my hair while still leaving the cream on? If I do dry my hair, how long
» » should I have the cream on before I attempt to dry? Or should I just dry
» my
» » hair, then apply the cream and just go to bed? In the few days I have
» been
» » trying it, no skin irritation so whatever, no adverse reaction yet.
» » Although if shed happens, I’ll take that as a good sign. Anyways,
» anything
» » you can tell me would be great. I appreciate it!
» »
» » Oh, and sorry if some of these questions sound kind of dumb. :smiley:
»
» Anyone? Please, really need some direction. begs

i just pat the hair dry, so that the hair is basically still wet but not dripping…rub the cream in let hair and cream dry
i even style it after that


#6

I apply it qod post shower/shampoo & towel dry. I apply emu after that and leave them on till next shower. No science, no research, just how I felt it would be most effective.

Speaking of effective. After 10 months of application to the crown I can say there is no noticable change.


#7

» I apply it qod post shower/shampoo & towel dry. I apply emu after that and
» leave them on till next shower. No science, no research, just how I felt
» it would be most effective.
»
» Speaking of effective. After 10 months of application to the crown I can
» say there is no noticable change.

same here, was the crown thinning only,or bald?


#8

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30741.html


#9

» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30741.html

what else is in your regimen


#10

I take…

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30593.html

with one of them containing…

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-30629.html