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Hair Loss

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 03:40 AM

 even the stickies on envelopes




Wow..  I did not know this.  I wonder if Post it Notes are gluten free?  I use them all the time at work.




My hair also thinned significantly right before I found out I was gluten sensitive.  I also just found out I -have- to be more careful with my own eating habits too.   


I know your scalp is itchy and sore, so you probably won't want to try this until it is healed..  But I have been using an apple cider vinegar rinse for a few months and I believe I am seeing more hair coming back!   I tend to have an oily scalp, and I think the rinse (1 third vinegar, 2 thirds water) is helping!  I typically use my shampoo, rinse with water, and then I use my vinegar rinse.  I work it into my scalp, especially the top and front.  Keeping my head tilted back to avoid getting it in my eyes.  I then rinse out the vinegar and use some conditioner.  The vinegar does not feel like it strips the hair.  It actually feels smooth/silky.  This may or may not help you, but it does seem to be helping me.


I hope your diet & lifestyle changes will help your hair come back!   

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 04:39 AM

There is no Gluten in glue on envelopes!!!.



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