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Whats up. I always see commercials on T.V. about hair regrowth and shit but with so many products it seems like nothing truely works. I'm only 19 but I am started to have a receding hairline and it's embarrassing.
 

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I have a similar problem but its not that bad. Some of the info that I have collected:
1) don't always wear a hat
2) don't wash hard
3) when you shampoo, massage your head to encourage blood flow
4) don't always put crap in your hair (hairspray, gel, etc...) i have since switched to leave-in conditioner. works wonders.
5) rinse off conditioner with cold water.
 

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1) I just started wearing a hat
2) I haven't used hairspray, gell, hair dye in years

But I will start washing my hair in cold water from no on.
 

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i just shave my head...no use fighting it...
 

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I have been balding for the last 3 yrs slooowly in the back and in the very front.I just keep a very short haircut with a good trim,and it hides it somewhat.

When it gets really bad,I am just giong to go all out and shave it clean.:)

Dont fight genetics,it will own you in the end.
 

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I've been noticing lately that my hair-line has been receeding quite a bit as well. Of course my age is a factor (24) but I'm convinced stress has hastened the pace.

Anyway, personally, I believe that it's best for balding men to just keep a clean shaven head, or a very short hair-style. A buzz-cut looks good.

If you have the money, hair transplants now are deceptively good. I know a guy who just had it done, and at first it looked awful but now you'd never know that he had the operation. I think it's worth looking into if you are self-conscious about it. Good luck.
 

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The problem is I have seborrheic dermatitis and doctors say it won't ever go away so baldness= embarrassing.
 

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^So do I dude...it gets bad during winter months.

Use a good medicated shampoo(I use Nuetrogena T-Gel),and switch between it and a plain jane shampoo every week,use GREASE or scalp conditioner as SOON as you get out the shower,BRUSH your hair (massage)and make SURE you dont scratch it.It will subside...mine does.
 

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I use T-gel and Denorex (sp) and I try my hardest not to scratch it, my girlfriend hits me everytime I do it. What kind of scalp conditioner do you use HK?
 

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I am not home right now,but its just regular hair grease...find it in every drug store.

I will grab the name when I hit the house.;)
 

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damnit dmonger,I forgot to check.:(

But I am telling you,just look for any scalp conditioner in grease form.As long as you keep the scalp moisturized,it will cut down on the dermatitis severly.:)
 

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After I got out of the shower tonight the dermatitis is barely noticable I just gotta wash it EVERY day instead of 2 times a week like I did. I'll just keep my hair in a fade that way you can't notice the dermatits nor my hairline.
 

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Yes man,you have to wash your hair everyday.I do.Just make sure you alternate weeks between medicated shampoo and reg shampoo.The human scalp gets used to ANY shampoo after about a week when you wash your hair daily.

The name of the grease is TCB Naturals Hair and Scalp conditioner.
 
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