Is amla still working for you?
View Single Post
View Public Profile
Send a private message to Korkscrew
Find More Posts by Korkscrew
Join Date: Apr 2002
Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 11:38PM
Dee, hopefully the henna/amla will help you with all that. So many women say their hair DEFINITELY looked thicker and seemed stronger after henna, so it could work out well!
What, if anything, have your mom's doctor/s said might help her reduce her hair loss, or help reduce further hair loss (Sometimes certain drugs can be slightly reduced w/the help of a doctor, if it's truly a side effect of one of the drugs and not a cause of the diabetes itself)? I assume she's also watching her sugar levels, eating properly, exercising if possible and regularly taking her meds? Would imagine henna/amla might improve the health of her hair. Your mom is so lucky to have a daughter who's willing to fuss over her hair - man if only my husband would agree to assist me w/applying henna/amla mix ... I have a TON of hair to work with. I asked him. I was like :
and he was like
ETA means "Edited to Add"
Ringlet Fandango! ... Where curly ideas roam free
* 2 blogs this week:
Pictures of My (Sorta) Big Chop!
Turn a Nightmare Product into a Dream