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    Posted: June 06 2003 at 2:34pm
Does anyone know of any scalp treatment that helps hair grow faster and healthier?
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LOL Stephy, I love your quote.

But no, I've never heard of a scalp treatment for hair growth.
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Both Viviscal and Nioxin make scalp treatments that claim to stimulate the scalp and hair folicles. Rosemary is reported to stimulate hair growth also, so look for products with Rosemary, or make your own rosemary infusion by letting the leaves steep in water for an hour, then massaging into your scalp. Any type of scalp massage should be helpful for growth.
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Thank you for the advice. I'm going to try that.
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I have to say that Nioxin's Follicle Booster Formula and More Hair (University Medical) Hair Serum's both work to help the health of my hair. I've gone without using them, and definitely noticed that my hair looked thinner and was breaking off more easily.

I also recently purchased C-Fuller Hair Serum -- this product works to slough off dead skin cells and contains Vitamin C (I realize Vitamin C is not easily bioavailable, and there are few topical Vitamin C formulas that truly work), and this has also really helped. I've been using it for the past month, and the thickness of my hair has increased by at least 30%. I would recommend any of these products from my own experience.
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I think regular scalp massages stimulates growth a lot. It brings more blood and more nutrition to the follicles and help muscles in the scalp to relax. Having long hair put up can be quite a strain on the scalp! Besides, it feels soooo good
I dont really know if its a scalp treatment, but its really good for your hair
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