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PURA D'OR Original Gold Label Anti-Thinning Biotin Shampoo (16oz) w/ Argan Oil, Nettle Extract, Saw Palmetto, Red Seaweed, 17+ DHT Herbal Actives, No Sulfates, Natural Preservatives, For Men & Women
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PURA D'OR IS THE LEADER IN HAIR THINNING THERAPY FOR THICKER & FULLER HAIR: PURA D’OR Original Gold Label Anti Hair-Thinning Shampoo w/ Biotin and DHT Herbal Ingredients is proven & tested to reduce hair thinning. It promotes hair strength & thickness with increased volume & reducing breakage. Results may vary.*IMPROVE YOUR HAIR APPEARANCE: No more bad hair days due to thinning hair and dry scalp. Our anti-hair thinning shampoo w/ Biotin and Proprietary Herbal DHT Blend is here to the rescue. Packed with essential vitamins, our exclusive formula helps hydrate the scalp reducing dryness, brittle strands, and improves hair manageability.PROTECT & STRENGTHEN YOUR HAIR: Our Key Active Ingredients including Biotin and DHT Herbal Blend protect your hair from further damage caused by external factors that lead to thinning hair. At the same time, these ingredients strengthen the hair shaft and cleanse the scalp, improving the overall health of your hair.THE ORIGINAL, GOLD STANDARD, UNDISPUTED AND ONLY FORMULA WITH OVER 17+ DHT HERBAL BLEND: The secret to thicker hair is using a shampoo with gentle ingredients. Our formula is packed with a powerful blend of Biotin, Nettle Extract, Pumpkin Seed, & Black Cumin Seed Oil. PURA D’OR is always vegan, cruelty-free & manufactured in an environmentally responsible way.100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Healthy hair for happy customers. We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied with our hair thickening shampoo, let us know and we will give you a FULL refund.
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Release dateMarch 2014
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Found 18 comments on PURA D'OR Original Gold Label Anti-Thinning Biotin Shampoo (16oz) w/ Argan Oil, Nettle Extract, Saw Palmetto, Red Seaweed, 17+ DHT Herbal Actives, No Sulfates, Natural Preservatives, For Men & Women:

u/Nick9933 · 20 pointsr/malehairadvice

Your hairline looks fine rn man. You're practically at the end of the awkward medium-long hair phase so I think you should just keep growing it out. Long hair is in, and it's getting even more popular every year.

Im growing mine our right now and every 10 weeks or so since April I've gotten:

A trim up (~1/2 cm off the ends) +

blended around the crown a little +

Shape up the perimeter and shave my neck

Sometimes mine gets flat looking like yours but that's easily fixed by reducing how often I use shampoo and apply a little elbow grease (mouse, blow dry, hair spray, etc)

Days I don't feel like putting that much effort into it I just tie it back or throw on a hat or bandana.

If your worried about your hairline that much then:

  1. Minoxidil foam (generic name of drug in Rogaine) twice a day

  2. Buy a nice anti-breakage/'anti hair loss' shampoo like this for example.

  3. Take a pic of the sides every Sunday
    3b) If it's not going back noticeable every month then stop worrying about it. Those two alone will take care of it enough that you can stop worrying about it. You're too young for that and have better things to worry about.

  4. If it does noticeably recede after 1 - 2 months (get other people to look at it and agree) then ask your doctor about Finasterside and do your research before you take it.

    Obviously if you're worried about it only blow dry with low/no heat and don't use a lot of force when you comb and style it.

    I mean that's literally just worst case scenario information. From that pic your hairline looks fine.

    You can have some dope flow if you don't give up. There are people that are here for you if you too.
u/crixusin · 6 pointsr/steroids

To combat MPB, you need to cover all bases. MPB is caused by a couple different things:

  1. Tightening of the galea, the muscle above the eyebrows.
    As it gets tighter, oxygenation of blood goes down. This is confirmed by many studies (men with MPB have 43% less oxygenation of scalp blood than non balding men). T converts to DHT in low oxygen environments. This is why DHT levels are higher in the scalp of MPB patients than in non MPB patients (serum DHT levels are the same in both groups though).

    This is the toughest one for people to take. They've been told for a very long time that its (all genetic). While its true, it may very well be genetic, that's not really an acceptable answer as to why some people lose their hair and others don't. Everything is genetic. In the case of cancer, that's a purely genetic disease. Yet they didn't just give up trying to fight cancer because its "genetic."

    There is some truth in the genetic theory. Some people have more Androgen receptors (there's 2 types in the scalp i think) in their scalp. But when they tested MPB patients, those who had more androgen receptors due to their genetics were still in the minority (around 35% I believe).

    Also, if this genetic theory were completely true in that hairloss is not being caused by some outside force, then there would be no pattern. The pattern disproves the genetic theory immediately, since all the hairs on your head would minaturize at the same rate.

    This doesn't happen though, and there is a distinct pattern.

    The same people who believe the genetic theory do agree though, that the miniaturization is happening because of DHT. Since there is a gradual pattern towards the center of the scalp, we can agree that the DHT accumulation is happening gradually towards the center. This conflicts with their being an end all be all genetic issue.

    This gradual DHT accumulation supports the tight scalp theory.

    Also, they've had an 80% success rate growing hair back in balding patients by using botox in the muscles around the scalp (nail in the coffin).


  2. Fungus. Yes, that's right, fungus. One of the best remedies for MPB is an anti-fungal called ketoconazole. Certain organisms that live on our skin actually can cause sebum (oil) buildup, and its speculated that this buildup may contribute to DHT accumulation in the scalp.

  3. Genetic hormone levels: it could just be caused by some people creating more DHT than most people. This is very rare though.

  4. Fungal shampoo. Use every day (don't use any other shampoos):


    This is a great one. Keep it on for 5 minutes, then wash it out really well.


    I really like this one. Makes your hair super soft. It says leave it on for 2 minutes, but I leave it on for 5.

  5. Minoxidil. Minoxidil 5% works well, but there's different blends of stuff. The best one is the one with retinol. There's only one company that sells it with retinol (retinol is used to speed up cell division. Clinical studies show that minoxidil with retinol is far more effective.


  6. finasteride. Just get a perscription. Buy it from india on the cheap. Not a great solution, but right now, its the only mainstream way.

  7. Rosemary oil: use this as conditioner and rub it in. Great for regrowth.


  8. RU58841 : experimental androgen inhibitor. Works really well. Buy it from rui-products.com

    You can find my progress pics in my history to see my results.
u/Twistee_Licks · 3 pointsr/malegrooming

I use Pura D'or Premium organic hair loss shampoo with Argan oil. Leave it in for a few minutes, then rinse it out. it's only been a few months but I notice my hair getting thicker finally. All natural too and no side effects. Here is a link to Amazon if you're interested. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00FH692PQ/ref=pd_aw_sim_194_1?ie=UTF8&dpID=416SkaCW-ZL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL100_SR100%2C100_&refRID=08NPMRPW0YR4NVVHMW2Y

u/Pwning4ever · 3 pointsr/CringeAnarchy

When I saw stressing out from school, this seemed to stop thinning right in it's track. Takes about a month to actually work though.


u/ceebee6 · 3 pointsr/amiugly

I'd look into DHT blocking shampoo like this and taking biotin to help. You can't outrun nature, but it can help stave it off for a while.

u/HiveJiveLive · 3 pointsr/gifs

Are you male or female? If female, I may have some suggestions for you. I've found a few little things that are really helpful. I desperately wish that I'd discovered them years ago before I lost half of my hair volume.

Followup: Hello ladies!

I did some research into female hair loss (reading published medical journal articles, etc.) and found out some of the skinny.

Most female hair loss is related to hormones (Sigh. Isn't everything?) and so to change the loss pattern the hormone receptors in the scalp must be targeted.

For me it is a combination of peri-menopause, being a chubby bunny and extreme stress. The body fat thing is actually quite interesting. Fat cells make and store estrogen, and excess estrogen is converted to androgens by the body, leading to Androgenic Alopecia, ie, Lady Balding.

So how to tackle?

The first and most significant thing that I did was get this nifty shampoo .

Within the first week I noticed a significant lessoning of hair loss (I was coming up with lots in the shower and while brushing. ). I was so excited that I started using the shampoo as sort of a leave-in mask overnight and wash it out in the morning.

I applied it to the "Jean-Luc Picard" area of the scalp, ie the front and top of the head that you see on balding men as those are the most sensitive to the hormonal signals, and ignored the hair itself; remember, hair is dead and there is no point wasting expensive product on something that cannot be changed.

As the shampoo was working so well I went ahead and sprang for this . It's pretty pricy, but based on my research it really does have the most bang for the buck. Again, I use it only on the scalp, and then I use a regular conditioner on the hair itself. It's not greasy at all and doesn't leave the scalp or hair feeling heavy or lank. (As an aside, it is one of the few products that contain caffeine, which has been proven to stimulate hair growth. And the caffein has to be topical. Sorry- a Starbucks Trenta won't work.)

Next, I thought about strengthening the hair itself through better care and found out that using plastic brushes and combs actually weakens and damages hair, leading to breakage and splitting. In the manufacturing process of plastic hair implements molten plastic is forced into a mold and when the plastic has cooled, the mold pulls apart to reveal the bristles/teeth. The means that each and every part has a tiny but significant seam where the two halves of the mold met. This seam acts just like a dull blade and shears along the side of the hair as it passes through, thinning and damaging the shaft. Not cool.

The three best choices for hair brushes/combs are a wooden bristle hairbrush (get the German one; they are better quality), a wide tooth wooden comb , and a boar bristle brush.

Now, if you're going hard core, you can also try microneedling . It increases effectiveness of any scalp application and also just helps to increase blood flow, which in turn gives more nourishment to the hair roots. I'm not gonna lie- it's ouchy, but not unbearably so, and the tenderness fades in a day or so. I do it one a week or so to help with the penetration of the stuff I've spent so much damn money on!

And there's always Rogain/Minoxidil. It's over the counter and they have it at Target. They make both a male and female strength, so read the label.

With all of this stuff I have seen a significant improvement, both in keeping the hair I have and in new growth. I have a weird but wonder layer of about two-inch long baby hairs filling in all over now, and by baby I mean new, not weirdly fine or something. This crap really works!

There are a few more little things, like de-stressing and taking multi-vitamins, plus there is a low-dose old-school blood pressure medication called Aldactone that helps interrupt the DHT receptors and so is good for hair loss, acne, and is a diuretic, so helps with bloating. Your doc may be willing to proscribe as it is sometimes used to treat our other favorite problem, Lady Beards!

Hope that this was helpful, and good luck!

u/Idontknowwhour1 · 2 pointsr/tressless

I always do a fakespot check for amazon reviews. It is coming up as C. Too many fake reviews in amazon not just for this product but many skincare and cosmetics are rife with fake reviews.

Link to fakespot for this product

u/-particularpenguin- · 2 pointsr/TryingForABaby

ugh, that really really sucks. I was losing a bunch of hair for a while and it really really got me down. PCOS sucks.

fwiw, I don't know what you're trying but a combo of ovasitol and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FH692PQ/ref=sr_ph_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1481305574&sr=sr-1&keywords=hair+loss seems to be making my hair around my temples grow back and I seem to be losing much less. It's obviously hard to distinguish correlation from causation and it took a few months (June -> September) but figure I"d throw it out here in case it helps.

I hope you get your pos OPK!

u/goodsounder · 2 pointsr/ftm

I've been using DHT preventing shampoo from amazon and its been great. It hasn't effecting my other changes (facial hair coming in strong) and I recommend it. Stopped my shedding in a big way


u/Pink_PolarBear22 · 2 pointsr/PCOS

For thinning hair, I recommend Pura D'or Gold Label . I haven't had thinning hair yet, but my BF did/does. He currently uses this stuff and it practically halted his hair loss. Our apartment looked like we owned six black labradors because of how much hair he was losing/shedding, and now there's nothing.

I do recommend to also use their new conditioner to help with the over-drying affect that the shampoo has on the scalp for most people.

u/swolesauce_ · 1 pointr/PEDs

Hey man was worried about this aswell so I picked this up from amazon really helped

PURA D'OR Original Gold Label Anti-Thinning Shampoo Clinically Tested, Infused with Argan Oil, Biotin & Natural Ingredients, Sulfate Free, All Hair Types, Men and Women, 16 Fl Oz (Packaging may vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FH692PQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_n3yUDb9461Q0Q

u/MattyB4x4 · 1 pointr/HaircareScience

I'm kinda in the same boat. I know it's inevitable - but I've noticed some serious thinning over the last 6 months or so.

I'm not looking to stop the inevitable - but just slow it down if I can. Rogaine sounds great, but I've read of issues if you stop. In fact, I had a buddy that was using it, ran out for a short bit and he practically shedded all his hair.

He did start taking propecia and it's helped tremendously - but....I think he's about to call it quits on that and just shave his head.

I read good reviews on these....but, it's Amazon and it's hard to tell what's real on there anymore.

Avalon Organics Biotin-B Complex Thickening Shampoo

PURA D'OR Anti-Hair Loss Premium Organic Argan Oil Shampoo

I'm also interested in the Nioxin system, but - might try a more natural approach first.

u/SupJessica · 1 pointr/trans

I take biotin and use this shampoo, seems to be working good.

u/LongJohnSilvers · 1 pointr/tressless

Thanks for the reply. This is the one I was referring to. It definitely claims to have Keto but no indication of what percentage. I see that Nizoral says it is 1% Keto. I was also taking a 10,000 mg biotin supplement but then came across this which claims to have natural ingredients that reduce DHT. Just so much stuff out there. Most of which are probably scams.

u/TomN · 1 pointr/tressless

Keto binds to your scalp and hair, so you can get maximum use out of with just two times a week. You probably don't want to use more than that because keto dries your hair so you can use a thickening shampoo the rest of the days.

You can use your shampoo as often as you want since it doesn't have keto and therefore doesn't dry you hair.

Also, you don't have to use nizoral, there are plenty of others with keto, just look at the ingredients.




u/imissedthetoilet · 1 pointr/tressless

I've been using Pura D'or for about a year and a half:


There's a lot of products out there that exploit the vulnerability of those who are losing hair and I'm fully aware of that. I'm not really convinced that anything outside of finasteride and minoxidil will really do anything in regards to male pattern baldness.

Pura d'or does have ketoconazole and claims to have 14 other natural DHT blockers.......probably bull shit. I'm curious what makes nizoral better?

Nizoral isn't even advertised as a hair loss product so it confuses me why people on this board are such huge proponents of it.