Japanese Shampoos for Female Hair Loss

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9 Responses

  1. Amber says:

    I’ve tried using scalp-d beaute shampoo before but it caused my scalp to be very very oily to the point where it has the oily odor.

  2. Yuki Tsumori says:

    Do you sell this product on your website?
    My Nature Mutenka Scalp care shampoo?
    And cost?
    Also the above review from Amber is referring My Nature Mutenka Scalp care Shampoo?

  3. Fion Liew says:

    Hi, can you recommend the hair products for oily scalp along with hair thinning issues? Thanks!

    • Hi Fion, for oily scalp, we’d look for shampoo that are good against excess sebum. Hair pore clogging is very common for oily scalp, and proper washing will clear the clog, and allow the scalp and hair to absorb nutrients.

      We can go for amino-acid based shampoos too, for example the Scalp D Beaute Shampoo and My Nature Mutenka Scalp Care Shampoo. Here you can find more choices for amino-acid based shampoos, though MUCOTA Adllura Aire is really popular among our customers~ Soap-based is good too, but remember to get a rinse together with it.

      After the oily scalp is properly washed, you may want to use hair tonic and/hair growth formulas to give more nutrients to the scalp. This will help with hair thinning issues. Here are 3 types of hair/scalp products that you can consider, including the long-standing and beloved brand, Yanagiya.

      Hope these will give you a headstart on searching for the ideal product for you~

      [edited for grammar]

  4. Ebicherry says:

    Can you recommend other shampoo that is purely natural or organic? Some shampoo you mention here has some harsh chemicals…

  5. caitlin says:

    Hi, may i ask if the hokkaido horse oil shampoo helps with hair thinning?

    • Hi Caitlin! It does depend on what is causing your thinning hair. But from what I understand, horse oil has been used as a treatment for thinning hair for a long time in Hokkaido. Horse oil is supposed to be a very similar makeup to our own natural sebum, so if your scalp is very dry and that is leading to breakage and thinning it could be a good choice to add to your routine.
      This is just my personal thought, but since you rinse shampoo out of your hair (ideally without leaving residue), I would consider a looking at a horse oil conditioner or leave in treatment if you’re looking to really benefit from that kind of moisturising treatment.
      Hope that helps!
      Rebecca

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