Botanical Green Care Cayenne Hair Loss Treatment Review

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For many people, hair loss is the elephant in the room, the thing that no one wants to talk about or mention. Even if people don’t talk about it, the truth is that hair loss affects a massive number of people. In the United States, about 66 percent of men will have some sort of hair loss by the age of 35, and that percent skyrockets to 85 by the age of 50. Among American women, hair loss is also fairly common. Female hair loss may be temporary — due to stress or to the hormonal changes associated with menopause or pregnancy — or it may be permanent. Excessive hair loss, resulting in some degree of baldness, is much more common in men than in women, but it does still affect many women.

For both genders, hair loss can be devastating to a person’s ego or self-image. Unfortunately, societal expectations are more permissive of hair loss among men, so that many men simply adjust their self-image as they begin losing hair. Women, however, typically struggle much more severely, as most American subcultures have little societal acceptance for female hair loss.

Because hair is so strongly associated with a person’s ego and sense of self, people spend exorbitant amounts of money on products that promise to grow back hair, or to stop further hair loss. Most products have a wide range of feedback, but some do seem to at least help slow hair loss significantly. Because these products can be costly, it’s important to do a fair amount of research on every product before purchasing. To help you in this process, we’ve put together a Botanical Green Care review of one of the company’s hair loss products, the Cayenne Hair Loss Treatment.


Cayenne Hair Loss Treatment Premium Organic Scalp Stimulating Botanical Formula

One of the biggest perks of Botanical Green Care products is that they don’t have added chemicals or preservatives. Many companies use these ingredients, which can end up damaging your skin and hair in the long-term — and leave you smelling like a chemical factory in the short-term. The natural ingredients in this product are also less likely to irritate sensitive skin, which is especially important since hair loss treatments must be used regularly and consistently in order to work. If the product irritates your skin, you’re less likely to use it regularly, and therefore the product is less likely to do its job.

The Cayenne Hair Loss Treatment is designed to work for both men and women. It was formulated to both prevent further hair loss, and to regrow hair by stimulating hair follicle growth. This double-action is important for effectively improving hair loss; addressing only one of these problems isn’t a lasting solution to hair loss.

In addition to the long-term effects, this treatment offers a pleasant experience by giving a hot and cold sensation on your scalp. This is intended to feel refreshing and rejuvenating, even from the first use.

It should be noted that this product is not a shampoo or conditioner — it’s more of an oil, which is why it’s called a “treatment.” Botanical Green Care recommends using the treatment two or three times per week, by applying to the scalp, leaving for 20 minutes, and then rinsing and washing out with shampoo. Because this isn’t a daily treatment, it may be harder for users to remember to use the treatment regularly. With daily treatments, you can get into a daily habit, but with this product, you’ll need to be more meticulous and careful about how often you use the product.

The biggest downside of this product is that it’s fairly expensive, at nearly $30 for a 100 mL bottle. This is fairly comparable to other products on the market, but it’s still a hefty chunk of change for a small amount of product. 

Overall we feel like this matches up as one of the best from out Hair Loss Shampoo Reviews​

Pros

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    All natural ingredients
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    Refreshing and rejuvenating feeling on the scalp
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    Reviews suggest that the product really does regrow hair and prevent further hair loss

Cons

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    Recommended use is only two to three times per week — which may be difficult to remember each time
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    Hefty price tag, at about $30 for 100mL


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(Last Updated On: March 18, 2018)

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