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Does anyone know where I can purchase "Anoop Hair Oil" for Hair Loss in GTA. I have tried several Indian stores / supermarkets but its very difficult to find and am loosing more hair because of that.

 
ranapratab

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Post ID: 33910 07-12-04 15:31:07
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Orginally posted by ranapratab

Does anyone know where I can purchase "Anoop Hair Oil" for Hair Loss in GTA. I have tried several Indian stores / supermarkets but its very difficult to find and am loosing more hair because of that.



Does that really help in sticking your hair back. It is available at Asian Bazar Nr. Flea Market HW27 and Albion

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pratickm
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I doubt that any hair oil can actually cure it.
All hair oil does is make the scalp, well, oily and prevent the hair loss that happens because of dryness - it does not prevent the hair loss that is happening because of any underlying condition.

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Post ID: 33924 07-12-04 15:56:25
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maxim
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Hi Ranapratab
you advertising ANOOP HIR OIL or really searching?:D .
any oil will not help stop falling hair beacuse according to Dr Sarkar main reason of falling hair is our lever problem.may be you know about ArnicaPlus med.:)
read more
http://www.arnicaplus.com/hairproblem.htm
http://www.arnicaplus.com/
:cheers:

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infocan
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Hi Guys,
I am using Anoop oil for last 10 years. I use it once in a week typocally on weekand night. This OIL is good not only for hairs but for skulp also. It keeps the hair black in color . As for hair falling. I will say it only limits / slow down the falling rate. Over 10 years time. My hair have fallen but not that much. This "that much" is very subjective calculation.
I will welcome people to give thier exprince on any other such kind of OILs.

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Post ID: 34222 10-12-04 00:54:05
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pratickm
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My understanding is that hair loss and greying of hair occurs because of underlying reasons within the body, and not the hair per se.
As someone mentioned, the liver function has something to do with it.

Also, hormonal change and imbalances cause hair loss.

There is no way any type of external treatment, such as hair oil, can stop and reverse hair loss.
All it does is keep the scalp oily and prevent dryness, and prevents *additional* hair loss because of that.

However, it cannot reverse the hormonal imbalances or the lack of good oils and fats inside the body.

Another thing to consider - anything that you apply on the skin, such as hair oil, cream, lotion, etc. instantly gets absorbed by the body.
Therefore, any chemical, oil or dye based compound is actually getting absorbed by the body - it is as good (or bad) as eating that stuff.

Would you eat the Anoop (or whatever) hair oil?
If you won't, then why put it on your body?

You should use only those oils that are also edible, such as coconut oil, olive oil, etc.
Will those prevent hair loss - probably not.
But they will serve the function of oil better than any chemical-based one.

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Post ID: 34235 10-12-04 10:10:10
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sahib98
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Chances are if your father had receeding hair then you are likey to be the same.
In that case forget about what the market has to offer.
A good healthy diet will prevent hair loss.
Been there done that.


 
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abaantika
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Ideal hair loss solution
I started losing a lot, and I mean a GREAT deal, of hair after having my baby. After trying several oils and home-made remedies, I was almost ready to give up, when I stumbled upon this product called Nisim. It is actually a Canadian-made shampoo and conditioner, and works wonders for those suffering from hair loss.

It also comes with a money-back guarantee. But I doubt that anybody will have to resort to it, as the product IS REALLY SUPERB, and quite affordable too.:cheers:

Give it a try, go and do a web search for Nisim like I did and find stores where the product is sold. Alternatively, you can find it at some health and beauty stores. I used to get mine from the Trade Secret locations, which can be found in most big malls.

Give it a shot and keep us posted as to whether it worked as well for you as it did for me.:)

Regards,
Abaantika



 
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pratickm
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I am surprised how an external, non-edible product repair a condition that is essentially internal to the body.

Does it stop further hair loss or actually reverse the condition?

Can you tell us what its contents are?

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Post ID: 37438 20-01-05 17:30:29
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abaantika
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Nisim
TRUST ME about Nisim............it works wonders...........I was just as surprised and skeptical as U are, what could a shampoo possibly do...... but believe me, it was a GREAT SAVIOUR.......!!!!!

U have to try it to believe it!!!!!!

If you need more information about these Nisim products, like I said in my last posting, U can go and do a websearch with the word "Nisim".

Hope that helps!!!!!

Cheerio............Abaantika



 
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