Intro to Unveiling the Hidden Culprit Behind Chemo Hair Loss: The Silicone Menace

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Hold on tight because what you’re about to discover in this blog post could be a game-changer for your long-term hair growth. Chemo hair loss might not be your only adversary – there’s a silent culprit you need to be aware of.

As the saying goes, “Beauty is wasted on the young,” and the same holds true for robust hair growth. While youthful bodies naturally cultivate fantastic hair, the contemporary world has introduced a new threat – silicone-laden shampoos, conditioners, and styling aids.

A mere decade ago, silicone was a barely acknowledged ingredient. Fast forward to today, and we’ve ushered in the Silicone-Free Era, thanks to our groundbreaking work. Unfortunately, many remain oblivious to this shift until health issues arise, prompting a reevaluation of the products contributing to the problem.

Even before the onset of chemo hair loss, another insidious process occurs – the bombardment and smothering of hair follicles by silicone and its derivatives found in various hair care products.

Unveiling the Hidden Culprit Behind Chemo Hair Loss: The Silicone Menace

Let’s delve into the real story of silicone, originally designed as an electrical insulator with a rich history. Though it became a game-changer in the mid-’90s, enhancing the performance of hair care products, concerns lingered beneath the surface.

Identified by names such as DIMETHICONE, SIMETHICONE, CYCLOMETHICONE, PHENYLTRIMETHICONE, and many more, these silicone derivatives are continuously evolving, often recognizable by the suffixes -cone, -one, or -ane. Despite their organic origins, these compounds, derived from sand and synthesized at high temperatures, pose potential risks to the human body. Get your FREE copy of the Silicone AVOID List here.

Glass, another “organic” material originating from sand, serves as an analogy. While glass is generally considered safe, its shattered form can be harmful, drawing a parallel to the potential dangers of silicone derivatives.

Silicone, touted as organic, may not be as safe as claimed. Considering the uncertainty surrounding its impact on the human body, especially on hair follicles, it’s crucial to question its use in shampoos and conditioners.

Why the emphasis on silicone on your scalp? Think of it as caulk for your follicles – an effective sealer that, over time, can smother and clog follicles, leading to hair loss even before chemo takes its toll.

Chemo, sealing the coffin on hair production, brings us to the pivotal time after the last treatment. Ensuring the best chances for follicles to re-awaken and promote hair regrowth is vital during this phase, potentially saving your hair growth permanently.

Navigating the challenges of cancer treatment is daunting enough, and we understand that doctors are focused on saving lives. However, while they save lives, let us focus on saving your hair and promoting hair growth.

Trust us for at least 68 days after your last chemo treatment, a critical period for optimizing hair regrowth. Beyond that, you’re free to make your choices. Our experience indicates that once you witness the results we can achieve for your hair, you’ll likely return for more.

Take advantage of the Chemo Feel Better Look Better NOW Package, it’s free of chemicals and silicones and filled with premium botanials to reawaken your hair follicles and nourish your scalp.

Trust the Belegenza experience and let us guide you through this crucial time, safeguarding as much of your hair growth as possible.

Your Committed Hair Growth Advocates,

Alan & Cheryl

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