Trichotillomania Shampoo not available but I’m offering effective organic oils. Click here for the access. There is a lot of debate about hair growth oils and the hair pulling condition. Personally I am a firm believer in having some sort of product to use on bald patches, eyelashes, eyebrows and ‘hot spots’ clique neste link agora. I spent a long time fighting my trichotillomania condition and in the end one of the most important elements of my hair and eyelash pulling cure was my own oil concoction. However there are several points to consider when considering if hair growth oils work:
- firstly make sure that what you use is an all natural hair growth oil. There should be no chemicals or other products that will irritate the area.
- if you are using the hair growth oil for eyelashes make sure that it will not be a problem if you get it in your eyes (another reason to make sure that it is an all natural eyelash growth product).
- research the oils that are known not only for hair growth, but also as soothing agents
- use the hair growth product not only to encourage hair regrowth, but to soothe the urge to pull, and most importantly – and this is the kicker – use the hair growth oil to modify your behavior. What I mean by that is keep it with you, and every time you find yourself pulling, or having an urge to pull your hair, use a few drops to change your behavior from pulling to stroking. While this may take some practice, gradually you will reprogram the part of the brain that is allowing this ‘habit’ to continue. While you still may feel urges from time to time, you will begin to have a stroking rather than plucking reflex and will be able to control your actions better.
While I am pull free, I sometimes still get urges and falling back on my Trich Stop Oil is essential to keep me grounded and on the straight and narrow. The best Trichotillomania Shampoo is the natural oils! Therefore I would recommend the oils.
Hello, my name is Sue . I am a foster parent for over 20 years. One of my foster children is 3 years. I believe she has this condition and I need help.
Should I get her hair cut. Can I take her to a regular dr. can they diagnosis her. What can I give her so she doesn’t get constipated with hair.
I would suggest that you find a specialized doctor. Perhaps your family doctor can point you in the right direction. But don’t be surprised or discouraged if he or she dismisses the situation, and if that is the case look for someone who understands the medical condition.
You can contact any number of trich associations for recommendations.