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Rosemary Oil is as effective as Minoxidil for Androgenetic Alopecia

 

" A clinical study showed that Rosemary is equally as effective as Minoxidil in promoting hair growth." 

 

The Traditional Use of Rosemary

Rosemary is a popular herb that has been used in culinary preparations and traditional herbal medicine for centuries. Botanically known as Rosmarinus Officinalis, the essential oil of rosemary is also frequently used in clinical aromatherapy to enhance cognitive functions of the brain; improving memory, alertness and concentration.

Rosemary Oil Promotes Hair Growth

A study published in the Phytotherapy Research suggests that Rosemary contains phytochemicals that suppress the action of enzyme 5-alpha-reductase in converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. Dihydrotestosterone is the androgen hormone that causes the hair follicles in some men and women to stop growing hair.

The exact mechanism and components of Rosemary extract or essential oil that promote hair growth are still yet to be identified and studied further. Nevertheless, it is one of the very promising ingredients to fight hair loss.

 

Pre-Shampoo Treatment Oil to rejuvenate hair follicles with cannabis sativa, menthol, stabilised vitamin E and rosemary essential oil. Suitable for men and women learn more >>>

Rosemary Oil vs Minoxidil

A comparison study between the hair-growth-boosting properties of Rosemary Oil and Minoxidil showed that rosemary is equally as effective as Minoxidil in promoting hair growth in people with androgenetic alopecia (Skinmed - Dermatology for the Clinician).

Rosemary in Hair Loss Solution Products

Due to its ability to reduce dihydrotestosterone levels in hair follicles, Rosemary is one of the favourite herbs for the treatment of hair loss. I use Rosemary oil in my hair loss formulas, Hair Growth Serum and Scalp Stimulator. I formulated these products to solve my own hereditary hair loss problems.

My hair especially on the front and crown of the scalp have been affected by androgenetic alopecia. Fortunately, with regular daily use of Hair Growth Serum and Scalp Stimulator, my hair slowly grows back. When you are dealing with hair loss, you need to be patient and discipline in using the treatment products. Hair can only grow up to a quarter of an inch per month, so it takes time to see visible results.

 

A revitalising hair serum to reduce hair loss and promote hair growth with caffeine, niacinamide, menthol and rosemary essential oil. Suitable for men and women learn more >>>

 

Hair Growth Serum is a water-base hair growth stimulator that contains caffeine, niacinamide, menthol, thyme, cedarwood and rosemary oil to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss. For best results, use it twice a day, morning and evening. It is quickly absorbed, soon after you apply this serum to the affected areas of the scalp; you can style your hair as usual. 

Scalp Stimulator is an oil-base pre-shampoo scalp rejuvenator. I love the instant cooling sensation every time I apply Scalp Stimulator on my scalp. Formulated with vitamin E, menthol, rosemary, lemon, rice bran and cannabis sativa oil; Scalp Stimulator should be gently massaged into the affected areas of the scalp to rejuvenate hair follicles and improve the condition of thinning hair. Leave it for 20 to 30 minutes before you wash your hair with a gentle shampoo. For best results, use it once a day. 

 

FANTASTIC! Dear Henry, today my hair loss patient who started using Henry Tianus Hair Loss Solution Products one week ago, came to my clinic and told me that Henry Tianus products are FANTASTIC. His hair look healthier and stronger already. Congratulation Henry, good job. " dr. Agustin Blanch, Spain learn more >>>

 

Author:

Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with US and UK at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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Scientific Sources: Rosemary oil vs minoxidil 2% for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia: a randomized comparative trial, Skinmed (Dermatology for the Clinician), 2015 Jan-Feb, 13(1):15-21; Promotion of hair growth by Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract. Phytotherapy Research, 2013 Feb, 27(2): 212-7.

 


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