Dr Oz: Healthy Hair Miracles
Dr Oz shared his best picks for products and solutions to common problems we face each year. He has recommended Red Palm Oil for cholesterol and Passion Flower for better sleep. Next, he focused on the head to share some healthy hair miracles. Learn about Toppik for thinning hair and find out how Keranique regrows hair.
Dr Oz: Toppik Hair Building Fibers Review
Dr Oz said that many people are embarrassed to complain about their thinning hair, but it can be an issue. Molly Nover-Baker said that her best product for thinning hair is Toppik Hair Building Fibers.
Toppik works using natural keratin fibers that build on hair proteins, bonding to bald spots or thin patches to create a thicker, fuller appearance. Molly Nover-Baker said Toppik can be applied generously to any area where you are worried about baldness, with nearly instant results.
Dr Oz: Toppik Thin Hair Cure
Molly and Dr Oz showed how it works using an audience member who agreed to try the treatment. You could see the results immediately upon application. Toppik comes in nine shades to match your existing color.
It costs about $21 in stores, and you may also want to get a reusable spray applicator for about $18. It is not permanent, but it will not come out until you wash it.
Dr Oz: Keranique Regrows Hair?
Next on Molly’s list of healthy hair miracles was a product that is supposed to actually help regrow hair. The active ingredient in Keranique, Minoxidil, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in regrowing hair.
According to Molly, users have to be consistent and keep up with their use of the product in order to get results. Keranique must be applied twice a day to properly stimulate and regrow hair. It is sold in beauty supply stores and on the web for approximately $25.
What is your opinion on hair restoration? Do you think people should try products like Toppik and Keranique? Do you think it’s a better idea to go with a classic wig or create extensions to help hide thinning hair? Or should we just give in and let our hair go as a natural part of aging?