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Dr. Woods: Tea Tree Soap w/ Organic Shea Butter, 32 oz

This soap incorporates the natural healing properties of olive oil and shea butter with the refreshing scent of tea tree oil. The olive oil in this castile soap attracts moisture and while holding that moisture close to the skin, creates a breathable layer preventing the loss of that moisture. Shea butter is an ultra moisturizer helping the regeneration process of dry skin.This soap does not contain any harsh detergents that can strip away skin’s natural moisture. Tea tree oil is a naturally therapeutic skin conditioner that will leave skin unbelievably soft. And with the added shea butter and Vitamin E, skin will feel naturally clean and smooth. your skin has never felt moisture this intense.Use this rich lathering liquid soap to gently cleanse your entire body, face, and even your hair. Ideal for camping.

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So you are watching your hair go down the drain, finding it in your towel, brush, sink, etc. Well no matter if you are a man or a woman, some time in the future or even now, you may start losing your hair.

Well now you can determine what type of loss you have. In the mid 70s, a dermatologist named Dr. Norwood, developed a method for classifying the various types of loss in men, called Norwood Classes. He developed two types of loss in men. The most common type of hair loss in the male is the “Regular Type”. He also found a “Type a”, which is the least common type of loss. These different type of loses are defined as:

Regular Type: This type of hair loss is the most common type in men. It begins in two places, the temples and at the crown. These two points will recede till they eventually meet.
Type A: This is the least common type of loss. If you have this type of loss, it will start in the front and then gradually recede toward the back

Woman also lose hair but not in the same way as men. Men lose theirs in spots, male pattern baldness is a prime example. This is usually caused by DHT in men, while woman generally lose theirs from all over the scalp. Usually caused by menopause, pregnancy and stress.

Because of this, women have a different classification method for describing their loss. There are three types of how woman lose their hair: localized loss, pattern loss, and diffuse loss.

Then there is the way it is classified. The Ludwig classification is used to classify the types of ways woman lose their hair. This classification system is based on the degree of thinning of a woman’s hair. This classification identifies three genetic patterns in females:

Type I: This is a mild case loss in women. It is described as early thinning of the hair. With proper grooming and hair spray, the loss of hair can be easily disguised and not noticeable by other people.
Type II: This type of loss is more severe than Type I. It has noticeable hair loss which can be seen by the widening of the mid line part and is more difficult to conceal.
Type lll: This is major thinning of the woman’s hairline.

If you fall into any of these categories, you may want to look at an herbal supplement that is focused on growing hair. Saw palmetto has been found to be effective in stopping this loss and promoting hair growth.

Jimmy Chase started losing his hair when he turned 50. He has done lots of studies on loss of hair, in both men and women, to determine what works and what doesn’t. He has successfully stopped his hair loss and has even re-grown some of his hair. He wants to help other people learn what he has learned, on dealing with loss of hair and re-growing hair.

He operates the web site No Longer Balding


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