HAIR LOSS TREATMENT SINGAPORE REVIEWS: WEBSITES WITH REVIEWS ON HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

If you are looking to find the best hair loss treatment in Singapore for your hair loss treatment, you may wish to check out related reviews before making the decision to choose the best option. Check out the reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'.

We have compiled a list of hair loss treatment reviews that you may wish to go through before you decide on which clinic to go to in Singapore.


Hair Loss Treatment Reviews in Singapore

Note on the reviews and a word of caution - Please take note that while everyone seems to be dishing out their own ‘expert’ advice in forums, be aware that most of the members are sharing their own experiences and opinions. I suggest that you need to do your own online and offline research as well to complement what you have read.


From SGClub.com
http://forums.sgclub.com/haircare/
Wide range of haircare related topics and discussion threads here.




Anyone suffering from Hair Loss?
http://www.expat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=24178
The first post for this thread was started by Rossa in Feb 2010 with the latest post in July 2015.


Just five months shy of turning 25 and already I’m experiencing thinning hair at my crown. It’s a perpetual problem. My hair has always been under constant strain and tension from regular braiding and having tight ponytail (it’s part of the rules in all Singapore schools to have the hair tied up at all times if it extends beyond the uniform collar) since my primary school days because I absolutely detest wearing my hair back loosely and needing to retie over and over again. This habit had caused me to lose a substantial amount of hair along my frontal hairline (became more visible when I was in Secondary 3 and was even taunted in class for that. Humiliating much ) and sometimes even my scalp would hurt when I let it down...
In addition, speaking to the doctors also helped to debunk some common hair misconceptions I had, including the correlation between high salt (sodium) intake and hair loss. There is absolutely no medical evidence that eating too much salty food would cause your hair to fall (but of course too much salt is bad for your health la). Similarly, hair cream marketed to prevent hair loss do not have any scientific evidence behind their claims. However, what may actually promote hair growth is scalp massage using combs, hairbrush or anything that is not too harsh on your scalp...

How to stop hair loss?
http://sgforums.com/forums/2215/topics/395081
71 post thread: The first-page of this thread and page 3 of this thread.


If there are any major reviews that we’ve missed, please let us know in the comments! Thank You.

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