Pura d’or Hair Loss Prevention Premium Organic Shampoo, Brown and Blue, 16 Fluid Ounce
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Size: 16 fl. oz.
Pack of 2 (16 oz each)
16 fl. oz.
Number One Amazon Best Seller Since Year 2012
Supports healthy hair growth
New and improved formula with advanced DHT blocker blend
No SLS (sulfates); No parabens; No DEA; No harsh chemicals
Our naturally organic shampoo for hair loss treatment is free of harsh chemicals that are the current and leading cause of many chronic hair conditions. Our shampoo is free of sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), parabens, DEA, gluten, artificial colors, artificial fragrances and harsh preservatives. This gentle formula is fortified with an organic blend of argan oil, B vitamin complex, biotin, nettles extract, saw palmetto, he shou wu (fo-ti) and other clinically proven natural ingredients to aid against hair loss. Ingredients are specially selected for increased bioavailability and maximum absorption. It starts by nourishing hair follicles with essential nutrients to reverse any damage and begin the healing process. Biotin strengthens hair strands, niacin increases circulation and our exclusive DHT blocker blend promotes healthy hair growth. Continued use will prevent further hair loss. Safe for daily use, all hair types and both men and women. Product of U.S.A.
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What Folks are Saying:
Rating 4 Star
In this review I have tried to objectively answer many issues brought up in other reviews I’ve read.
First I’d like to point out that I find the two major claims of this product, hence the reason people buy it, to be unfounded and illogical. The claims state “WILL” & “ALL”. The fact is, everyone’s body chemistry is different. No one product, that I know of, can cure, fix, help, whatever every single person in the world. There is no way that this product WILL prevent further hair loss in every person who uses it. Legally speaking, the manufacturer probably should have used the term “MAY” or “In MOST/MANY cases”. The second claim that it is SAFE for ALL hair types cannot be proven. Is the manufacturer actually sayinh that this product has been tested on over 6 billion people in the world, and no one has had an adverse reaction… ridiculous! Here again, how about stating “Safe for MOST” hair types. It is because of these claims that there are such heated and diverse reviews on this product. It claims you will have no adverse reaction and will stop hair loss. If it doesn’t work for you and your hair type/ body chemistry, why wouldn’t you be upset? But, here’s my findings after about 7 weeks. FYI, I’m a white male with short and somewhat oily hair.
Another reviewer stated that this product contains the toxin Phenoxyethanol. I looked up Phenoxyethanol on Wiki and sure enough, it’s a mild toxin. This does seen odd, since this is an “Organic” shampoo. Ah, but here’s another finding. I’ve been using a condition from Burt’s Bees that 97.5% natural. I wondered had wondered what the 2.5% was, but never looked into it. Turns out that it’s Phenoxyethanol. It seems that this chemical is in just about every hair and skin care product. It was in the Nioxin shampoo I had been using. The good news is it’s a mild toxin. Yes, it’s been “linked” to (insert whatever disease you want), but in actuality, if you drank three sodas today, you’ve probably done alot more harm than using this shampoo… seriously, soda is poison to your system (look up aspartame).
Several reviewers stated increase dandruff and increased hair loss. I have shampooed every other day for a few weeks, then every day for a few weeks, and even twice a day at times. I have had no hair loss or dandruff (which I haven’t before).
This of course is subjective. I do not find the smell to be obtrusive, but it’s not the best smell in the world (like fresh brewed coffee… which wouold make an odd shampoo fragance actually). Other reviews are all over the place about this… of course if your dandruff increased and your hair started falling out, you may not like the smell as well.
Packaging & Shipping:
Several reviewers griped about their bottle being broken in shipping or untimely shipping. Just to be as objective as I could, I actually ordered this product three times from three different vendors. Each time the product arrived timely and without damage. Maybe the other reviews selected “Pony Express” as their method of delivery, but I’ve had no complaints.
Of all things, some people complained about the amount of product that the pump on the bottle produced. Seriously? Here again, this is subjective to your personal preference. If I was a girl with 23″ of hair, the amount produced by one pump may not be enough shampoo for me. But, I’m a guy with short hair. If anything, the amount may be a tab more than I need, but amazingly if I just use half a press I get the amount that’s right for me.
This is the point that made it hard for my “Star Rating”. I considered 3 instead of 4. I’ve read other reviews that said this product was a steal at $18. $18!!! Where can this product be found for $18? On further research, it seems that possibly a year ago, or so, this shampoo was selling for $18. When I purchased it 2 months ago, I bought all three bottles for $25 each. The price did jump to $30 for a week, but when it went back to $25, I purchased my third one. Now, let’s review our basic math from 4th Grade. The jump from $18 to $25 is roughly 25%. From $25 to $30 is about 25%. Then from $30 to $40 is like 30%. So, to be generous, this product jumps in price at least 25% a year (and that’s being kind). I honestly couldn’t believe when I got ready to write this review that it was now selling for $40! Wow, if we stick with this formula, this stuff will cost like $80 in three years! However, I’m sure this is due to “increased production cost” and a “new and improved formula”. Now, many things in life are about perspective. If I go through roughly 2 bottles a year (with my short hair) this product isn’t as costly as a woman who may go through 6 bottles a year. Is this product expensive? You decide. but to compare, I had been buying Nioxin Follicle Booster for several months. I was using a bottle a month (and that wasn’t a much as was reccomended) at $40 a bottle. To me, that’s expensive. Also, before the last price hike, I was going to compare the Nioxin shampoo I was using (full of chemicals) which cost about $18 a bottle and say that the $25 wasn’t too overpriced… however that ship has sailed.
At first I was somewhat shocked hearing about false reveiws by paid writers. But, the more I thought about it, why should that be suprising. I’ve actually found some of the exact same reviews (for some other products) on other websites that matched the Amazon reviews. Now, to be fair these other sites could have just copyied and pasted the Amazon review to their site. So, my take on several of the reviews I’ve read are this. I think BOTH extremes are somewhat dubious. The “I noticed new hair growth THREE days after using using this product”, “This shampoo not only stops hair loss, it cures cancer and I lost 25lbs”, “After using this shampoo for ONE week, all my hair, dogs and wife came back!” are just as suspicious to me as the converse “I started seeing bucketfuls of hair in my shower drain the second time I used this shampoo!”, “I blacked out in the shower the first time I used this shampoo!”, and “I don’t have the proof yet, but I KNOW that toxic vapors from this shampoo caused my cat to go into cardiac arrest!” Seriously, if some people are getting paid to write fake positive reviews, you don’t suspect it could go the other way around. Obviously I’ve been intrigued by all the mystique surrounding this product and hence, have read a few reviews. One guy has this huge conspiracy theory about reviews and how the company manipulates Amazon or something… Next thing people will be believing we actually landed on the moon! Sorry, back to my review.
Now, if you’ve actually read this far, you may be wondering why I gave this product a 4-Star Rating… It’s because I work for the company and I’m getting paid… jk. Well, here my final verdict: It Works… kinda, maybe… I’m not sure exactly, but here’s my analysis. First, this shampoo lathers great and it doesn’t take much to wash my hair. After a wash, my hair feels clean and pretty silky, actually. The fragrance is… ok. I have no dandruff issues and I feel good about ingredients used as well. And here’s the deal (drumroll)… not only have I not noticed and hair loss or hair in the drain, I actually have hair growing back. Trust me, when your hair starts to recede, you notice where the hairline is. After using Nioxin Follicle Booster, I saw at least one hair pop back up all alone in no man’s land. But, I never noticed anymore growth. Well, in the past month os so I noticed about 4-5 hairs (maybe more) that have sprung up around the lone soldier. Not to mentioned that my hair is definately thicker (not all, but some when compared next to others). Caveat!!! But… I can’t honestly say that anything is due to this shampoo. The biggest change to my diet was maybe a few months before when I started taking Biotin. I started taking about 5,000mg a day (5 caps) with meals. I also started taking some Acai soft gels twice a day. That was it, until I started using this shampoo about 2 months ago. I can’t say that Pura d’or has done a thing for my hair, but I def haven’t found it to be a hinderance. I think it would be good to mention that I juice some and try to eat as healthy as I can. I believe that many people have horrible diets, yet expect some miracle cure / wonder drug to fix what thier diet is killing.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this review and found it useful. Remember that all body chemistries are different and I think actually change like every seven years. This product may not work for you, but I hope it does… as long as it doesn’t cost $400 in like 5 years 😉 Buy Now!
Well, it’s expensive but it seems to be working (which sucks right? Because now I have to keep buying). It’s hard to say exactly what’s working, but my hair loss has stopped. I have been using minoxidil 5%, azelaic acid 20% at nights, and saw palmetto with nettle root 3 times a week, along with this shampoo.
I know it’s a lot of things but I didn’t want to lose my hair so I created this stack. And I didn’t want to take a pharmaceutical DHT blockers like Propecia.
Also, it may dry your scalp, so if you’re anything like me, you will anti dandruff shampoo at least a couple of times a week (I used the generic brand).
All and all, if you’re looking to stop hair loss you will need as a PART of you routine; but I doubt it’ll do it by itself.
Finally, take this into account: in all studies minoxidil takes an average of 6 months to show results, Propecia takes about 1 year, what makes you think this will take any less? You need to stick with whatever you’re trying for at least 6 months, and then make judgement. A lot of those 1 star comments on many products are given after 2 or 3 weeks of using, c’mon now be serious.
If you want more details on my stack, hit me up. You can replace what I recommend with generics or whatever, I don’t get a cut from anyone (I wish I would). I was just really bummed out about hair loss and I think I can help.
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t calms down my fine, frizzy, angry menopausal hair, cleaning without weighing down or stripping it. It’s made mostly of natural ingredients- good for my hair and ecologically non-toxic.
The price is exorbitant even considering the organic ingredients, but it’s the best organic shampoo for my hair. I can’t really attest to the effectiveness of hair loss prevention because I use generic Rogaine (Equate minoxidil). I stopped using the minoxidil on a regular basis which, possibly along with menopause, caused hair loss. I returned to use of minoxidil and started using this shampoo and my hair is growing back but I can’t attribute it solely to the shampoo.
If you’re looking for something to address hair loss I highly recommend using minoxidil (2% for women, 5% for men) before trying Pura d’or unless you’re committed to using only natural remedies, in which case you may want to read on:
There was a medical study done in Scotland that showed promising hair growth results through the use of a combination of essential oils. The oils included rosemary, cedarwood, lavender and thyme along with grapeseed and jojoba oils. I tried this combination but didn’t use it often enough as I only wash my hair every three days and the concoction left my fine hair too oily, but it worked quite well for the study subjects. I copied the following from nutritionbreakthroughs.com article named “A Natural Solution for Hair Loss”:
A revolutionary aromatherapy study was recently published in the Archives of Dermatology (1). Isabelle C. Hay and co-researchers from the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Scotland studied 86 people with diagnosed alopecia areata. The trial lasted seven months and while the trial took place, the participants stopped using topical (skin) and oral alopecia medications.
Instead, half of the people used a blend of cedarwood (2 drops), lavender (3 drops), rosemary (3 drops) and thyme (2 drops), in a carrier oil mix of jojoba oil (1/2 teaspoon) and grapeseed oil (4 teaspoons). The placebo group used just the carrier oils. Patients were taught to massage the oil into the bare areas of their scalp for two minutes each evening and then wrap a warm towel around their head to enhance absorption.
At the beginning of the study, and again after three and seven months, professional photographs were taken of each patient’s scalp. Changes as seen in the photographs served as the primary outcome measure. Mapping and measuring of the bald patches was also done to determine results.
An impressive 44 percent of the group using the essential oils significantly improved. The average area of hair regrowth with the essential oils was 104 square centimeters, compared with nearly zero for those using the placebo. According to one intriguing photograph provided by the researchers, considerable hair regrowth occurred with one male patient who had both alopecia areata and severe male pattern hair loss.
These results show aromatherapy to be a safe and effective treatment for alopecia areata. The researchers were proud to have successfully applied an evidence-based method to an alternative therapy. Evidently, one or more of the essential oils is able to promote hair regrowth. And unlike standard medical therapies, the essential oils have a very low risk of side effects and are not nearly as costly.
Helpful Tips: After getting the essential oils, go to your local drugstore and get a small plastic mixing bottle with a pointed tip opening (that holds about 4 ounces), for applying the oils to your scalp. Get a small liquid dropper with teaspoon measuring lines for drawing in liquids. This is for measuring the carrier oils into the mixing bottle. Plastic gloves are helpful as undiluted essential oils can be very strong. The essential oil bottles come with a guide attached to the inside of the bottle mouth which allows for easy control of how many drops come out.
Mix all the ingredients together and massage into your scalp each evening wearing plastic gloves. You can make up enough for 2 or 3 applications at once to save time. Use a plastic shower cap if you’d like to keep the oils working overnight, otherwise leave them on for at least an hour and then wash out in the shower. Keep in mind: the study described above lasted for 7 months, so give this natural remedy a good try, and enjoy the benefits of these powerful oils. Buy Now!
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