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3 DHT Blocker Shampoos | New Hair Growth in 2019

There are a few popular hair loss treatment medications which work to either mask the effects of DHT (Minoxidil) or remove it from the scalp for the duration of treatment (Propecia).

But what if I told you there was an all-natural way to remove DHT from your scalp, halting its effects and allowing your scalp to regrow strong, healthy hair? Well I hope you’re ready, because that’s exactly what I’m going to do!

In this article, I will present 3 DHT blocker shampoo recipes which will reverse the effects of hair follicle miniaturization and bring your scalp back to its most healthy and natural state.

First, I will offer a quick recap of DHT and why it needs to be blocked.

Second, you’ll learn how to effectively use these shampoo recipes and how to prepare your scalp for the process.

Finally, I will provide you with the three DHT blocking shampoo recipes promised aboved, each one with a different DHT-fighting ingredient.

If you prefer watching videos to reading we made a video on this topic which is below:

What is DHT and Why Does It Need Blocking?

DHT is the product of 5-alpha-reductase, an enzyme which combines with the male sex hormone testosterone.

For those with male-pattern baldness, sensitivity to DHT leads to hair thinning and loss. This is caused by a process known as hair follicle miniaturization.

This process occurs when inflammation and irritation lead to the shortening of the anagen phase (the phase in the hair cycle which facilitates growth).

Eventually, the hair becomes too short to poke through the scalp, leading to male-pattern baldness.

himalayan salt to exfoliate scalpDHT, then, is a known contributor to follicle miniaturization.

So, are there things you can do to block DHT from your scalp?

I’ve touched before on how you can take advantage of natural 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, as well as how to alkalize the scalp with a diet overhaul.

Today, we’re going to look at some ways in which you can block DHT right at the hair follicle.

How to Use These DHT Blocker Shampoos Effectively

There is no quick fix when it comes to treating hair problems and regrowing healthy, strong hair.

These shampoos, while beneficial, should be just one tool in your arsenal when it comes to fighting male-pattern baldness.

Keep in mind, these shampoos will block DHT, but they won’t reduce the sensitivity of your hair follicles to DHT.

This is the true underlying cause of pattern baldness in men with androgenetic alopecia, and this should be the ultimate goal for all those looking to regrow their hair.

When using these shampoos, though, consistency and patience are key.

You should not expect to see results overnight, and you may have to experiment a bit with the different shampoos and their formulas to get the results you would like.

Of course, you can also make your own concoctions with some help from my homemade shampoo guide.

Remember, shampoo is a simple combination of cleansing agent + essential oil + carrier oil, so anyone can start making their own DIY shampoo.

Preparing the Scalp

In the course of our daily lives, we come into contact with pollutants, chemicals, and other elements which contribute to buildup on our scalp.

This buildup clogs the hair follicles and throws off natural pH balance, making the scalp an unlikely place for hair growth.

Additionally, this buildup can make it difficult for the shampoos highlighted below to even make it to the hair follicle.

This is a necessity, however, if you truly want to block DHT and minimize its impact on your hair.

So, prior to making and using one of the all-natural shampoos, I’ll show you how to make your own homemade scalp exfoliate. You only need a few ingredients to get started, and the end result will be a clean and restored scalp.


  • Himalayan or Celtic sea salt (½ teaspoon)
  • Powdered activated charcoal (1 teaspoon)
  • Ginger (4 medium-sized ginger chunks)
  • Cucumber (1 whole cucumber)
  • Lemon juice (1 whole lemon)
  • A juicing machine (or a blender and muslin cloth)


First, juice the cucumber and ginger, combining the juices in the container of your choosing. If a juicing machine is not available, combine both ingredients into a blender and blend up the mixture, with the help of the lemon juice.

Remove the pulp of the blended mix with the help of a muslin cloth.

Now, take 100 mL of the cucumber and ginger juice concoction and combine with the salt and powdered activated charcoal. If you used a juicer above, then also be sure to add in lemon juice from one whole lemon.

Mix the combination thoroughly.

To apply the mixture, gently massage into the region of the scalp where you’d like hair to regrow. The lemon and ginger will take some time to begin breaking up the buildup, so allow to sit for 5-10 minutes. Rinse with warm (not hot) water.

You may require a few sessions before the plaque has been fully removed. To help, you can gently brush away the resulting flakes with a hair brush.

My DHT Blocker Shampoos to Combat Thinning and Regrow Hair

Now that your scalp has been prepared, it’s time to take a look at the three shampoos below which will block DHT and combat loss caused by the miniaturization process.

3-Ingredient DHT Blocker Shampoo


  • Liquid castile soap (1/2 cup)
  • Liquid nettle leaf extract (5-10 drops)
  • Jojoba oil (10 drops)


The first step requires the preparation of liquid nettle leaf extract.

Begin by finely chopping four teaspoons worth of fresh stinging nettle, and set aside. Wear gloves while doing so, as fresh nettle can cause a mildly painful skin reaction.

Fresh nettle can likely be found in your own backyard, though if this isn’t a possibility, dry leaves can be purchased from the market. Fresh is always best, but you can still make due with dry.

Bring four cups of water to a boil, remove from heat, and then add the chopped nettle into the water.

Steep for a minimum of 20 minutes, keeping the pot covered the whole time. You may steep the nettle longer to produce a stronger extract.

Pour the liquid through a small strainer or piece of muslin cloth into the container you will be using to store your shampoo.

Now, combine the liquid castile soap and jojoba oil to the container and mix well.

To use, pour over heat hair and massage into the scalp for 2-3 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

Hair Benefits:

The liquid castile soap is the cleansing agent in this shampoo mixture, and it will gently wash away sebum buildup, hair care product, and any chemicals which your scalp has retained.

Jojoba oil is the vehicle. This potent oil absorbs deep into the skin, bringing with it any infused ingredients.

Last, nettle leaf is a known DHT blocker, both when taken internally or applied externally. This powerful little plant delivers an anti-inflammatory punch, and is an essential ingredient for anyone looking to decrease scalp inflammation and irritation.

Saw Palmetto DHT Blocker Shampoo

Apple cider vinegar shampoos gently cleanse the scalp


  • Warm water (1 cup)
  • Baking soda (1 tablespoon)
  • Apple cider vinegar (1 tablespoon)
  • Citrus essential oil (5 drops)
  • Saw palmetto gel (1 capsule)
  • Olive oil (2-3 teaspoons)


Combine the water, baking soda, vinegar, and olive oil. As the baking soda and vinegar react when combined, be sure to use a non-airtight container to avoid gas buildup.

With a needle or tip of a knife, pierce the saw palmetto capsule. Squeeze the inner gel directly into the above combination, and mix the concoction by stirring.

Hair benefits:

The baking soda and apple cider vinegar combine to make a gentle, yet powerful cleansing agent. Without stripping away your scalp’s necessary oils, it dissolves and washes away excess oils and scalp buildup.

Here’s my article about using apple cider vinegar for hair.

Citrus is an antioxidant, known to scavenge for and neutralize the radicals within the scalp.

Saw palmetto is the main DHT blocking ingredient, working much like the drug Propecia does. Studies have shown that shampoos containing saw palmetto improve hair growth by 35%, both in terms of number and mass.

Olive oil is the carrier oil in this shampoo recipe, and it hydrates and protects hair from breakage without clogging the pores.

Reishi and Green Tea DHT Blocker Shampoo


  • Liquid castile soap (½ cup)
  • Aloe vera gel (⅓ cup)
  • Green tea (½ cup)
  • Vanilla essential oil (10 drops)
  • Reishi extract (1 cup)

Add the reishi mushroom to a boiling pot of water, removing from the heat and setting aside to cool. Once cooled, remove the reishi and discard.

Combine one cup of the reishi extract with the rest of the ingredients, stirring to fully mix.

Apply the combination to wet hair, massaging into the scalp for 2-3 minutes. You may allow the shampoo to sit for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Hair benefits:

The above combination of ingredients will cleanse, nourish, and moisturize your scalp while simultaneously reducing DHT levels and inflammation.

The aloe vera gel acts as an alkalizer, bringing the pH of the scalp back into balance. Additionally, it soothes irritation and itchiness.

The compounds within green tea, such as polyphenols and flavonoids, both contribute to green tea’s hair growing properties, and as a known blocker of DHT, it packs a double whammy.

The vanilla essential oil works to stimulate hair growth and the reishi mushrooms inhibit 5-alpha-reductase, the cause of DHT production.


While sensitivity to DHT is the main cause of miniaturization seen in men, you don’t have to settle for over-the-counter medications with harmful chemicals to treat it.

Minoxidil and Propecia both work to fight DHT, but the results aren’t long-term and you may experience more side effects than benefits.

Instead, take the organic approach and try out one (or all!) of the above three all-natural DHT blocker shampoos.

81 thoughts on “3 DHT Blocker Shampoos | New Hair Growth in 2019”

  1. Hi, I never knew this product existed. It is a very reasonable price and sounds great for someone who is concerned from a cosmetic viewpoint. I have a friend who is conscious of losing her hair (although it may be due to stress). I will let her know about this product to see if it is something she may be interested in.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Really interesting product! I recently had a small…altercation with a vehicle and had to have a section of my hair shaved for stitches. It’s all healed now but my hair is growing back REALLY slowly and I’m getting tired of wearing hats. Do you think I could use this to fill out my patch until it grows to a decent length?

    Thank you!

  3. Hi and thank you for the positive feedback! Hopefully it is a viable option for your friend, especially if her hair loss is temporary (if stress is the cause, it likely is). This could help her out in the meantime, while she learns to deal with the root cause, which would be minimizing the stress in her life.

  4. Hi Shirley! Wow, I had never even thought about the very real hair loss due to shaving for surgery or stitches, thanks for bringing that up and sharing your experience!

    In this case, I’d say heck yeah, definitely give it a shot on your patch that’s regrowing. It sounds like Infinity Hair could really help and get you hat-free in the interim, and that a cosmetic solution is actually MOST appropriate for you given the cause of your hair loss.

    thanks again and best of luck,

  5. I’ve never heard of this product before! There’s so many neat hair products out there. It sounds like it’s mostly used for thinning hair…. do you know if it would help fine hair appear thicker? Or does it mostly just work on the scalp area? And I like your page on natural remedies for hair loss – I’ve been using essential oils on my hair for the last few months and I’ve noticed my hair has been growing super fast! So it works 🙂

  6. Isn’t it crazy? I’d never heard of this product either, but basically what happens with this is it adheres to your scalp, like hair, and then you “sculpt” it to blend with your normal hair, so it gives volume to thinning areas.

    I think using something like this, in conjunction with essential oils and supplements, is a winning recipe for many women with hair loss.

  7. Very easy to read and thorough in my opinion. They you presented the Infinity Hair review is quite fair with both pros and cons.

    I also think that its not too ‘salesy’ (if there is such a word.. ha ha) and just right on the sweet spot. The fact that you mentioned that it could be a temporary solution attracted my attention.

    I always thought that people will look for this product only because they have a permanent problem and I think they are better seeking more permanent solutions.

    Its cool that that women especially can have back their femininity during times when they are not in their full capacity because of motherhood and cancer.

    I believe your content is quite inspiring and the engagement you have with your audience is very well communicated. Great work and definitely one of the inspiring website out there for a newbie like me 🙂

  8. Thanks for the great comment! I’m glad that you enjoyed it and learned something about a new and intriguing product.

  9. Great post! seems like a great product with many cosmetic benefits. Its very affordable too!

    I will share it on Google for more people to see, I think you deserve so much more credit for your reviews:)


  10. It’s the very first time I have ever heard of Infinity Hair. My brother has been fighting the hair loss problem for years. I’ve tried to help him so I have been researching the hair loss products an but I’ve never found anything like this. For his last birthday I even bought him a laser comb – but the therapy takes so long for results. Thank you for sharing this article! I think I’ll try this product!

  11. Thank you for the comment, and for passing along the info to your brother. He will probably love the new look in time for the holidays!

  12. Just the name “Infinity” gives me hope that by using the product, I will have infinite hair growth. LOL. No seriously, I have a bald spot in the middle of my head that really bothers me. I’m going to make use of this product.

  13. Yeah, this product is perfect for bald spot touch up, really. It provides texture and coverage which is all we need – especially from a distance. I hope it matches well with your hair and COME BACK and let us know how it worked for you!

  14. Thank you for this review! I have NEVER heard of a product like this prior to coming to your site!

    Question… Can you brush your hair with these fibers in place or will it make them fall out?

    Thanks again! Looking forward to your response!

  15. I totally agree with what your have written in this article as I have used infinity hair and nanogen Fiber as well and from my personal experience I am totally convinced with the results. Great product…

  16. Sounds like a great and easy solution for treating hair loss! It’s also a bonus that it’s safe.

    I’m sure many people with hair loss will find this extremely helpful! Fantastic article as always.

  17. How Is Infinity hair comparable to Rogaine? Do you think Bosley hair restoration might be a better choice?

  18. Hell yeah! I can finally prank my mates and dye there hair pink or something, very useful for events and festivals! I think the infinity hair dye will be a great product for people looking to temporarily change there hair colour! I’ll think about getting some:)


  19. thanks for the comment! I agree, this definitely has applications for people looking for a change and not just a bald-spot filler!

  20. Wow, I clicked on this post thinking it was something totally different. Putting 3-D hair fibers on your scalp that sounded strange, you are right? But the fact that it doesn’t cause adverse reactions like other products peaked my interest. I don’t have a sweaty head, nor do I dye my hair so I might be able to pull this off. I will keep this in mind for the future. Thanks again for the great review!

  21. Yea, it’s definitely an odd concept but it makes sense when you watch the videos on their website. For some people, who don’t have time to wait around to grow hair, or their follicles are dead, this is a great wig-free solution.

  22. wow, really great products. I know a lot of people who are using these hair fiber. Very instant fuller results with having any damaging chemicals in it. Super great product which adds up your beauty…

  23. Thanks for reading – and yes, these fibers are pretty incredible. I appreciate the creativity that went into developing this cosmetic hair loss solution.

  24. Hello!
    I’m amazed…I had never heard of infinity hair.?
    But after reading more about it sounds like a great product!
    Looking at the ingredients it has, since I can recognize them all reassures me it won’t have weird side effects.
    I have a bald spot on the back of my head, when I tie my hair up its visible….maybe I should give this a try!
    Thank you Penelope!

  25. Thanks for reading, Annette! I’m with you there, I think this product is fascinating and seems TOTALLY worth it just to cover up situations like yours, one pesky bald spot. If you try it, come back and let us know how it works.

  26. Thanks once again for a very thorough review of a hair care product. It’s amazing that you can put this in your hair and don’t need to wash it out and it will keep your hairstyle. Seems to have a number of uses besides helping with hair loss.

  27. Right? I think this stuff is pretty incredible, especially for those who have experienced long-term hair loss and who have slim prospects for regrowing.

  28. Wow, what useful information! I will sure be checking this product out. Thanks for the great info 🙂

  29. Great site, Penelope! Lots of well-researched information. I will definitely have to try some of these recommendations for my thinning hair. Thanks for making this useful information about Natural Remedies available.

  30. Thanks for the review. Do you find DHT blocking supplement products work better than shampoos. I am 23 and am starting to get a receding hairline. My hair will grow long on the top and everything but it’s just the hairline that’s annoying. Is it possible to restore the hairline back to its normal place when I was younger or do these products just slow the process? And also what is your strongest recommendation for this for me? Would a combo of shampoo and supplement work?

  31. Very interesting article. Your recommendations are always so thorough. This looks like a great product. I never knew about DHT. Weird that is causes baldness yet increases body hair! Great article, thanks! ?

  32. Blocking Hair Loss? I don’t think that I have come across a shampoo that actually works and thickens the hair on my balding head. I have tried shampoos, cream, organic recipes, even old wives tales of garlic and honey for my hair loss…and nothing has worked so far. Do you know anywhere that gives out samples to try before you buy?

  33. I am so glad that there are formulations like these on the market now, and that we have choices in the way we want to improve hair growth and minimize loss to normal. I know of many people who are dealing with excessive hair loss and could really benefit from this information. I had no idea that there was so much research going on in this area! Thank you for this article.

  34. I understand the impulse behind your question, for sure, but the thing about hair loss treatments (any of them, sadly) is that they take several weeks to several months to start noticably working. A sample woouldn’t provide you enough time to test it out. You’ll just have to keep biting the bullet – I’d recommend something strong like this with many clinically proven hair loss fighting ingredients.

  35. Thanks for the great feedback. It is really amazing that we have so many great choices these days – hair loss doesn’t have to be permanent!

  36. Why do I feel like I am always on your website. This product is obviously inexpensive for all that it does. I do have a question, you mentioned that it was for both men and women. Can children use this product also?

  37. Thanks for the great article Penelope! I always find great detail in your articles, that I never have to go searching anywhere else.

    I appreciate all the help and support you provide all your readers. Always unbiased in your reviews.

    Looking forward to the next product!

  38. It’s probably best just for adult men & women – children are rarely affected by hairloss due to an excess of the hormone DHT. I’d use cheaper/less intense stuff for them, for sure!

  39. Hi Penelope, this dht blocking hair loss shampoo looks amazing and very effective, as you have explained all the ingredients and qualities of it in a really nice way. I will share it with others so that people can order and try some. I am sure they will find it really good and effective. I have been using hair growth products after reading reviews from this website and believe me all turned out awesome. I am sure this shampoo is excellent too.

  40. I always learn something new when I read your articles, in this case about herbal DHT blockers. Yes, it’s true I have noticed that Caffeine is an ingredient in some hair loss prevention products. It is not surprising that it is also a component f this shampoo.Is this shampoo suitable for natural (African) hair? I am asking because most hair loss prevention shampoos that I have recently used have somehow damaged my natural hair but my friends (who have no natural hair) don’t get the problems I get from using these type of shampoos (it works perfectly for them). Maybe there is a component that doesn’t go with my hair type?

  41. Penelope

    As usual a very informative, well researched post. I like reading your reviews as you have done such a thorough job on them. My biggest concern with this product is that it has such a long list of ingredients, and whilst I’m not allergic to any on that list I would be worried about possible interactions. I suppose the best way to test would be a small patch test to ensure no allergic reaction – would you agree?


  42. The large bottle for the price is appealing for anyone looking to treat hair loss without breaking the bank. I wonder if 14 days is a long enough money back guarantee period though? How long to typically see noticeable results? Great to see it’s sulfate and paraben free! What about silicone? Thanks!

  43. This is another great review. I love the details of your review. I always learn new things. I had no idea the same hormone that makes our bodies grow hair also makes our heads go bald. My husband is suffering from hair loss. He is starting o lowly losing hair. Do you think this product will help him? Do you know how long would a bottle of this shampoo cause?

  44. Thanks for the feedback, you can always give this one a shot as well, particularly if you’re on a restrictive budget. Lots of bang for your buck here!

  45. This is a great question. To my knowledge, none of these ingredients damage african or textured hair. I know sometimes women with textured hair have issues with the ingredient Keratin, but that is not present in this shampoo. I’d say give it a shot, and you’ll know right away if it’s harming your hair – you can return for a refund, if so.

  46. A patch test is a fantastic idea, somewhere on your hair and scalp that isn’t visible. If it feels and looks good, you should be GTG. I appreciate your caution here, as allergies are very common and we must always be careful when trying out new products.

  47. Having learned from you how DHT blocking shampoos can be useful I was excited to read this review. It is always great to learn the culprit behind different ailments so you can treat them better. I love how this shampoo if friendly on your wallet. I don’t like to buy cheap products when they matter in an area such as hair care and this price is very reasonable. The pump action bottle is great, it makes it much easier to wash your hair. Thanks for another great review!

  48. Thanks for the feedback, and I’m glad that this product is available at such a good price. It’s a great way to test out a formulation with so many different DHT blockers. And I think ALL shampoo bottles should be equipped with pumps, btw!

  49. 14 days is enough to see if you’re having a reaction to any of the ingredients, but the sad truth is these products don’t really show their worth until a few months in, most of the time. It’s a great question. Silicone is not in the ingredients list!

  50. Well, I don’t like the sound of this DHT thingy at all! I have never heard of it so this was an education for me today. And I love the look of this shampoo, what a great list of ingredients all of which are proven to help with hair loss problems. They have packed so much stuff into this shampoo for a relatively small price tag so it’s definitely worth a try. And I can totally see how cayenne could stimulate hair growth, makes total sense being as peppers of all kinds have a stimulating effect. Brilliant!

  51. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Stefanie! It’s incredible how useful that cayenne pepper is, right? I know it helps us out with boosting metabolism and intestinal healing, as well as anti-inflammatory effects. There are even topical products that use it as a pain relief agent. I was happy to learn more about its role in fighting hair loss, too!

  52. Really good information and great detail.
    Can you do one for me for shampoo that will reduce/remove the gray from my hair?

  53. Oh, how I wish my hair loss was addressed by this shampoo. But alas, I am suffering from alopecia universalis. Still searching for my hair loss cure. Right now, I’m trying out an autoimmune diet protocol. I’ll keep checking back here for natural remedies!

  54. Great post! Didn’t know that DHT existed and that it was THE answer to hair loss!
    I am so glad I found your post!
    Thanks for sharing this important information! Now I know what to look out for!
    Cheers – Orion

  55. I have a secret. I have thinning hair at the top of my head. Shhhhhh. Don’t tell anyone.

    This information about DHT is very helpful. I never knew of this before. Now I know, I will start to use shampoos that block DHT. And DHT Blocking Hair Loss Shampoo, by Hair Restoration Laboratories sounds like the right shampoo for the job.

    I am currently using another anti hair loss shampoo. I will switch to this after I am done with that shampoo, which is almost empty. One question, is the shampoo alone enough? Do we need to get any conditioners or treatment or essence?

  56. I think I’m DHT’d to the max as I’m suffering from thin top and hairy everywhere else. Only if I could reverse it so it was the other way.

    This looks like a great product Penelope. I’ve always has success with your products.

    Will this also help with dry scalp?

  57. It’s for normal consumers like you and me, but it contains professional strength ingredients for targeting the root cause of hair loss in men and women, which is an excessive presence of the hormone DHT.

  58. Interesting post. Thanks for sharing the details. Curious to know how this compares to everyone`s favorite: Rogaine. In your opinion what`s the better product and why? Looking forward to your response!

  59. I love that this has natural ingredients instead of just a bunch of chemicals. My mother’s hair has started thinning, but she is very particular about what kind of ingredients she puts on her skin. This might be the answer for her! Thanks!

  60. I prefer the idea of using all-natural ingredients in my shampoo to block DHT rather than having to use chemicals, or taking a nasty drug which could have some serious side-effects.

  61. Hi Shalisha – Infinity Hair is a cosmetic, physical solution that gives the illusion that you have more hair. It’s physical fibers you use to fill in your thinning and bald spots. Rogaine is a topical treatment you use over time to slowly regrow your own hair. Hair restoration is generally a surgical treatment that’s extremely risky, time-consuming, and expensive. This side does not advocate for hair plugs or hair restoration surgery.

  62. Thanks for the great question. yes, if your hair is just starting to recede, NOW is the time to start an aggressive treatment plan including this shampoo something else containing caffeine and DHT blockers) as well as supplements. You might also want to consider low level laser therapy. Your follicles are most likely weakened and dormant, and not dead, meaning they can be brought back to health with the right combination of tools.

  63. Thanks for the great question. If your husband has short hair, this will last him an unusually long time, my guess is 4 months, because it’s a huge bottle (16 oz) and he probably only needs one pump per wash. If he’s starting to slowly lose hair the time to start treating it aggressively is now, while his follicles are still alive and can be rehabilitated. I would recommend you start him on this or another DHT blocking shampoo that contains caffeine, and get him on a hair loss supplement like Nutrafol.

  64. Grey is tricky…natural solutions include both Rosemary oil and henna. This site is geared far more toward the existence of hair rather than the color of it…but check out Rosemary for sure!

  65. Thanks for leaving this feedback. One type of treatment you might want to consider is low level laser therapy…this is helpful for the type of alopecia you are experiencing. Read more about it and check out some laser hair loss devices here.

  66. Hair Restoration Laboratories is about to release a conditioner with DHT blockers, too. I would say try that, or even get yourself some root spray. OGX has some really affordable caffeine root spray that blocks DHT, it’s under $10 and you can find it here.

    Come back and let us know how this shampoo works out for you!

  67. Thanks for the great feedback, really appreciate you sharing your thoughts! For dry scalp, I’d recommend a moisturizing treatment like a scalp mask. There’s an excellent one specifically for folks with hair loss here.

  68. Hi Eve- thanks for reading and sharing your questions. Rogaine is a topical overnight treatment that you use in addition to something like this, a DHT blocker. There are no contraindications to using them together for maximum results. Some people have terrific luck with Rogaine and I’ve also written a review of it here. Others focus on DHT blocking shampoos, conditioners, serums, and supplements.

  69. I think this DIY natural DHT hair formula is unbelievable, and it has changed my hair and scalp forever. Rock solid!
    Thank you!

  70. I’m amazed!
    These DIY shampoo formulas changed my life and the condition of my hair & scalp.
    I will never go back to store bought shampoos again.
    Thank you!

    • Hi Dan, great thank you. You are going to love it. I won’t use anything else nowadays. Remember it doesn’t lather though, which can feel quite strange for most people, first time. It feels like it isn’t cleaning (it is) but it means we avoid using the nasty chemicals that are needed to create the lather. Let us know how it goes over email or by comments.

  71. Amazing. Do you have any recommendations for a DIY all natural conditioner? I usually only shampoo every other day. I use conditioner everyday. I currently use a “therapeutic hair conditioner” with no harsh chemicals but I am still looking for an all natural conditioner to try.

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