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Old 01-07-2011, 06:43 PM
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Question Neem Oil

I just purchased a bottle of Neem oil, and I don't know what to do with it. I rubbed some on my bald spot last night, and I must tell you, it smells bad.
Anyone ever use this? How? Results?
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:09 PM
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Neem oil can even help with hair problems like hair loss and premature graying, where loss of hair or loss of color is caused by imbalances and health issues, rather than normal aging. (Sorry, even neem oil won't stop the aging process...)

I guess that if your hairloss is related to androgenic alopecia (female pattern baldness) the neem won't help grow hair.
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Neem oil is just a oil to apply for making the hairs thick and strengthening them. It doesn't help in baldness. There are various other product which help in regrowing hairs. You can buy medicines from online pharmacy where you'll get varieties of medicines and ointment for helping you remove baldness. Medstorerx is one such place from where you can order one.
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I have been reading up on this and been wanting to try it myself, let me know what you think of it! I did hear it smells bad. I also use tea tree and jojoba oil, but I have a really dry scalp!
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Let me tell you, it smells like burnt walnut shells. Don't ask how I would know what that would smell like, that's just my assessment. It's hideous. You may tolerate it better, though.
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Hi rberezewski, just curious. Do you use Novuhair? If so, can you elaborate your results? Thanks
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