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Just Nutritive Hair Loss Shampoo

Hair loss is probably the most common and traumatic hair problem people have. It’s also bound to happen to any of us, at some point in our life. Of course, no one will be worried if it’s just your brush showing up with several hair strings. The problem really starts when your scalp starts showing up… 

Hair loss may have many causes such as:

  • Hormonal imbalance/Alopecia;
  • Lack of vitamins, namely, B or D vitamins;
  • Fungal conditions
  • Anemia
  • Harsh hair styling (heat, ponytails)
  • Chemical hair treatments

I go a bit more in-depth in what may cause hair loss in Is It Possible to Regrow Hair Naturally?

I believe that using natural products instead of store-bought (or even pharmacy and expensive ones) will show you some degree of improvement with hair loss, especially if the causes are related to a lack of essential nutrients for your hair and scalp. 

How Can I Stop My Hair Loss?

Your first step: Seek a doctor to find out the cause of your thinning hair. If you have an underlying medical condition at play, you may need specific medications or treatments in order to re-grow your locks. Then, turn to over-the-counter products that can help restore some of the volume, strength, and shine. 

On top of switching to products for thinning hair, Dr. Michelle Henry, M.D., a dermatologist at Laser & Skin Surgery in New York, recommends a diet rich in lean protein and healthy fats, which are the building blocks of healthy hair and promote growth and luster. Healthy fats – monounsaturated or polyunsaturated – are mostly present in vegetable liquid oils, such as olive oil, sunflower oil or peanut oil, or fruits like avocado, almonds, peanuts and most nuts.

What Can You Do To Treat Thinning Hair And Grow New Hair?

Find out a list of 7 natural products you can use to treat hair loss in this post.

Changing hair style habits can also help, like avoiding hair styles that pull your hair (pony tails), high-heat hair styling tools, chemical treatment to your hair, using natural soft brushes and natural mild shampoos and hair products. 

Still, the hair care products you use are key to treat your hair loss, at least of leasts, they shouldn’t worsen your problem. We use shampoos to wash our hairs, but haircare is never complete without a hair conditioner. Also, some additional products, like serums, hair masks and hair rinses act as “supplements” for special hair care in this case, thinning hair. Therefore, using a full haircare line or a kit is always preferable, especially if you want to have good results.

Check out this post review where you can find natural products to help treat your hair loss, and several natural hair loss and hair growth treatment kits from Just Nutritive, consisting in shampoo, rinse/hair conditioner, and a serum/treatment product, all made with natural ingredients. You can find products for specific needs, for men or women, to simply grow healthier hair or treat hair fall:

Best Shampoo for Hair Loss – A Natural Shampoo

The best skin care and hair care products are the ones formulated with natural ingredients, able to provide with essential nutrients and usually milder than anything lab-created.

So, it doesn’t come as a surprise if I am going to defend that the best shampoo is one made with natural ingredients. Natural ingredients give your hair and scalp the essential nutrients they might be missing, especially with hair loss. Of course, you should have an healthy diet as well, where you can use one of the natural products mentioned above. Natural products are much more effective to your health when ingested.

Just Nutritive Hair Loss Therapy Shampoo

Just Nutritive is a USA online shop and brand that makes all-natural shampoos, conditioners and many other products to give your hair a healthy and beautiful look.

They have 2 shampoos formulated especially for thinning hair. Their main difference are the ingredients used. The Hair Loss Therapy Shampoo looks more potent, packed with oils and medicinal plant extracts such as plantain, chamomile, saw palmetto, chia seed, horsetail, coconut oil, rosemary oil, vitamin B5 and vitamin E, among many others.

Hair Loss Therapy Shampoo

“Once you stop using shampoos with harsh chemicals, your scalp and follicles have a chance to improve for thicker, healthier looking hair. Our gentle, sulfate-free Hair Therapy Shampoo delivers softness, sheen and voluminous appearance.” – JustNutritive.com

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Grow New Hair Shampoo

“This Grow New Hair Shampoo for men and women is made with a nutritive based cleanser that gently cleanses your hair and scalp helping to remove excess buildup and other chemical residue without clogging hair follicles.” – JustNutritive.com

 

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If you suffer from hair loss, I would suggest to try one shampoo then the other and see what is the best for your case.

Homemade Natural Shampoo Bar and Hair Conditioner

You can make your own shampoo and hair conditioner at home!! I only have recipes for solid shampoo bars, as shampoo bars imply less ingredients, are simpler and easier to make and maintain. The hair conditioner will look a lot like the hair conditioners you are used to.

Shampoo Bar Recipe

This shampoo bar formula, although not specially formulated for thinning hair, contains many natural ingredients that can help with hair loss, and for that, it may actually help with reducing thinning hair. 

Syndet Shampoo Bar for Dry Hair
Try making this solid shampoo bar at home. A natural and mild shampoo, where you know all the ingredients it has, made with a mild surfactant and a pH of 5.5, the right one for your hair. Tailored for dry hair type and with your favorite scent.
Dificulty: Easy
Weight: 100g
Author: Silvana Liviero
Check out this recipe

Besides, you will be certain that you are using natural ingredients in a fair quantity, providing the nutrients your hair and scalp actually need. On the other hand, it only has one mild surfactant, unlike many, many other shampoos that are loaded with them.

This shampoo is made with SCI and nourishing oils like coconut oil, argan oil and shea butter, rosemary water infusion or hydrosol, rosemary essential oil and peppermint essential oil.

Hair Conditioner Recipe

This homemade hair conditioner is basically an emulsion, made with argan oil and jojoba oil, aloe vera juice, vegetable glycerin, B5 vitamin or d-panthenol, rosemary infused water or hydrosol, and rosemary essential oil. You can also add geranium essential oil for a great scent, but it’s optional.

Last but not the least, we have the emulsifying wax, BTMS. It acts as a wonderful emulsifier when mixing several different ingredients. In addition to its emulsifying capabilities, it’s also a great detangling agent and absorbs well into hair strands.

Homemade Hair Conditioner
Try to make this hair conditioner at home! Made with pure oils and vegetable ingredients, to nourish your hair the right way. Scented with rosemary and rose geranium.
Difficulty: Easy
Weight: 100g
Check out this recipe

Takeaway

The best natural shampoo for hair loss is a plant vitamin-packed shampoo, also filled with minerals, oils and many other essential nutrients that will nourish, cleanse and stimulate your hair and scalp. From streghtening and hydrating the hair follicle, to cleaning your scalp from clogged pores, and fighting fungus or bacterias, a strong natural shampoo will do a lot to improve your hair growth.

You can either purchase it from Just Nutritive, and complement it with other products for a complete treatment line, or make it yourself at home, where you are sure of what ingredients your shampoo will have.

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4 thoughts on “Just Nutritive Hair Loss Shampoo”

  1. This is one of the most professional blogs I have seen. And I wish to compliment you on the quality of your articles. 

    I have thinning hair and have been searching for a good solution. But nothing has really worked. I wonder if you can tell me about some ways to at least retain the hair I have. What really strengthens hair? I have heard that applying onion juice works wonders. But I’m scared to try.

    Regards,

    Aps

    Reply
    • Hello Aparna,

      Thanks a lot for your kind words 🙂 I do aim at giving good quality information.

      Regarding your issue, here is what I would do in your case.

      First, I’d see a doctor to check out if I have any health condition that is causing hair thinning. As I was able to find out, hormonal inbalance (particularly strong during pregancy or menopause) can cause hair loss in women. I’d also follow natural treatments with my doctor advice.

      Second one, a healthy, balanced diet. It seems that hair loss might come from lack of vitamins, good proteins, and healthy fatty acids (present in vegetable oils). I know that eating salmon, for example, will give a good amount of omega-3 and 6. Check out this article from Healthline. I’d first go to change my diet, then give a little boost with a food supplement. DO NOT use food supplements instead of food, there is nothing better like food to get what you body needs.

      Third one, hair styling. I have been avoiding hair style that pulls the roots, that does help with hair breakage (=> lair loss)… Needless to say that too much heat or hairdresser chemical treatments are bad for your hair (no matter what they say…), so you should avoid them. I always found that hairdressers are good to cut your hair and little more – they use too much heat to style your hair. Treatments that do really treat and nourish hair are rare, and cheap ones even rarer. I always come out from the hairdresser with a oily scalp (my scalp is just reacting to the bad products and heat they use 🙁 ) 

      At last, I’d try natural treatments, but one at a time and for 1 to 2 months, to see if it really works. Check out this article from Healthline, and, honesty, go for the treatment you feel more comfortable about. I really can’t advise you about treatment X or Y, as each person is different and requires different nutrients in different quantities.

      I never tried onion juice as I feel that vegetable oils are enough. I don’t really have thinning hair, just normal hair breakage from long hair, which by the way, I have noticed some reduction. But even I am experiencing for the best possible products for me. 

      As for your fear of trying onion juice, from my experience, over-the-counter products are harsher than natural products. I wouldn’t be afraid of trying onion juice on my hair. At most, it won’t have any effect 🙂 

      I’d also give it a try to Just Nutritive products. Yes, they are expensive, but having healthy, beautiful hair is worth the try – and the money 🙂

      Hope this helps and good luck with your treatment!

      Sofia

      Reply
  2. I have started to notice my hair thinning. And I begun to research about it. So even though my hair may appear thin, I likely won’t go completely bald. And from what I have read, the condition is fully reversible. Once the triggering event is treated, my hair may start growing back after six months. So I would like to try the Hair Loss Therapy Shampoo to see if it works for me.

    Reply
    • Hello Ann and thanks for your comment.

      You can check out reviews from Amazon about that shampoo, they are pretty encouraging. While it probably doesn’t work for everyone – as you said, the root (!) cause has to be identified and treated, otherwise it probably won’t work – I have read a lot of amazing comments.

      Again, if hair loss is due to lack of essential nutrients (that we might not be aware that we lack) a natural shampoo and conditioner, made with the same ingredients that provide your body with vitamins, anti-oxidants, etc. has to have some good effect for your hair growth.

      Cheers,

      Sofia

      Reply

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