Intro to Menopause and Hair Loss: 3 Key Ingredients Hair Growth Oils Must Have

Menopause and hair loss is a biological process that all women will eventually go through.

Probably, with all of the research you’ve already done, you realize that it is a complex issue.

With all of the information out there it can be overwhelming and frustrating to sift through it all.

Of course, stressing about it can just lead to more hair loss….yikes!

We understand your frustration, and we are here to help you navigate through it all and assist you in getting results!

Continue reading to find out the three key ingredients that hair growth oils must have.

Menopause and Hair Loss: 3 Key Ingredients Hair Growth Oils Must Have

1. Proven Penetrating Oils: Oils come in different sizes and it’s important that the oils used are small enough to penetrate into the hair.
If the oils used are too large, they won’t penetrate the hair and cause problems for your hair, scalp, and follicles. Though trusted by cultures forever, oils like coconut, olive, argan, etc., may have styling merit by adding a “feeling” of moisture and shine on the surface of the hair strand, it doesn’t go into the hair.

Unfortunately, their molecular weight is too large to penetrate most imbrication of the hair. Though shea butter is often heralded, it’s molecularly too large.
So, in certain situations, the slippery feel will at least allow combs and brushes to slide through a bit easier but has very little to do with strengthening or moisturizing the interior core of the hair.
The heaviness of the hair is due to its inability to absorb into the hair strand or follicle area causing all sorts of short and long-term problems with hair growth, simple style ability, and longevity.

Heavy oils don’t add moisture to the hair. In fact, with a bit of heat, you might be doing to the hair what hot oil does to egg proteins in a pan. It makes them stiff ( the egg whites) with crispy edges which might taste great as a fried egg. In hair, though, it hardens the strand, crisps the ends (splits them), and breaks them. If you keep using them it’s probable you’ll end up with dry, thin, broken hair!

With advances in science, new extraction methods have been employed to pull just the “essence” of the oils.
These smaller versions are rare, expensive, and not a common ingredient for mass market and salon products.
These smaller versions of oils are the most beneficial to the scalp and hair growth bulb in keeping flexibility and pliability.

2. A Blood Circulation Stimulator That Is Hypo-allergenic: It’s beneficial to use a topical and transdermal blood stimulator that makes the blood rush to the follicles to deliver a few extra loads of hair building blocks.
Not all stimulators are suitable.
Some use capsicum (red pepper), limonene (citrus peel oils), Isopropyl Alcohol (medicinal rubbing alcohol), or linalool (umbrella term for terpene alcohol extracts, some as harsh as turpentine), and a host of volatile active oils.

These could be considered safe for most when used responsibly, but for those with sensitivities, your skin could react badly. At Belegenza, we’ve added a bit of a natural stimulator, menthol. Very few are sensitive to it. As well, we add just a bit to get the job done.

3. Emulsifiers That Keep the Follicles Moisturized Without Clogging the Follicle: Day by day,  as you struggle to keep each and every hair on your head happy, alive, and well, the chemicals that are hidden in those supposedly helpful products are terrorizing the acid mantel and sebaceous glands. As your scalp senses the terror from the chemically-laden hair products, it signals your sebaceous glands to help balance the acid mantle. The glands go into hyper-mode squirting out sebum and this is why your hair may look good in the morning, but by afternoon it looks like a hot mess.


With Menopause and Hair Loss, it is important to take great care of your hair and scalp. 
You must keep the follicles in the best shape and condition during menopause and hair loss. 
We know you are busy, so we’ve sorted out all the details and what to get to make things simple and effective for you. 

ONE of the best ways is to use gentle, natural, nourishing shampoo and conditioners. Make sure they are SLS (sodium laurel sulfate) free and chemical-free and nasties free, like Belegenza.
AND most importantly, be sure you avoid silicone and its dastardly derivatives that can seep down into the follicle to choke the hair growth and disrupt the anchoring molecules of the hair. Be sure to PRINT “12 Everyday Things Slowing Hair Growth: Thinning Hair Reversal” FREE info.

With premium botanicals blended to perfection, the Menopause Hair Growth & Balance package by Belegenza contains all of the essential products you need for your hair and scalp. Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp!

By the way, with your purchase you will also get the cell/text number of Alan & Cheryl for private and confidential coaching for the best results possible! 

What other company does this for you and your hair? 

Only Belegenza, Alan & Cheryl! 

Take me to the Menopause Hair Growth Package

Your Trusted Brother & Sister Hair Growth Experts, 

Alan & Cheryl 

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