Tagged: taoist soap
- 16th November 2015 at 12:06 pm #152
I have used the same routine for 2 years now and have decided to add something new for a boost. I have selected taoist soap as the claims regarding hairloss are staggering, so I have set myself a challenge to trial and review this treatment over a 6 months period and feedback to the community to report on my experience.
I bought the soap (£30 for a bar!!) from handmadesoap uk (also available at taoistsoap dot com) and have used it for one week.
Of course I am not recommending anyone should buy this soap until I have tested it (and can pass judgement on it based on results or lack thereof).
My first impression is that it is very drying to the skin and hair. Smells nice though but £30 for just a nice smell would be a poor purchase.
Feed back with pics soon.
Belfast Billy16th November 2015 at 12:08 pm #153
Sounds like fun, would be exciting to know what your results will be.16th November 2015 at 12:16 pm #154
Sounds like you aren’t even open to it, and already creating a bias view on it.
I am actually a regular use of this, and can say it has definitely helped me at least stop my hair loss. They do actually say that the soap works best with a regime (just like most people on this forum do, with minox and other drugs) and that a product on its own won’t have as powerful an effect as it would with the whole regime helping.
It is the same concept that if someone is hungry, and is looking for the one piece of bread or food that will satisfy their hunger, and suddenly comes across a food that fills him up – but the truth is, all the other food he ate, also contributed to it (To explain my concept of what a regime is).
If you are finding it drying, you already are not using it properly, and in the right quantity.16th November 2015 at 12:19 pm #155
Well good for you. but..
I already did a review on this, and it pretty much stopped my hair loss altogether. I stopped taking all the crap i was taking. emailed the company and they told me that scalp massage will help push the new growth as i have managed to stop the inflammation, which I did, and its been 4 months and nobody can really tell i ever had thinning hair.16th November 2015 at 12:24 pm #156
would be nice to have a review on this treatment. I know it works, but having it recorded on this forum will do wonders to spread the good word. Thanks for doing it 🙂16th November 2015 at 12:35 pm #157
Well maybe your not reccomending it, but i surely am. its a brilliant product for all kinds of scalp and skin problems.
you should ideally use it part of a regime, rather than on its own to get real results. such as discussed on this thread: http://www.hairlossforum.org/forums/topic/taoist-soap-regime-for-hair-growth-any-help/16th November 2015 at 12:42 pm #160
its expensive, sure, but for something that works, there is no alternative out there. and the knowledgable staff help you customize a good regime. did you ask them that you are doing an experiement/review for the taoist soap? or are you just doing this for fun?
i say that because they can guide you best for results for your body type.23rd November 2015 at 9:27 pm #176
how’s it going with the Taoist treatment?26th November 2015 at 9:59 pm #183
yeah i was going to ask, how’s this experiment going. i already know this soap works, so for me its not really about that, but more about how it will work for you.26th November 2015 at 10:02 pm #184
sorry guys, i was away and forgot to post about this….
i have been using it and it seems to have slowed down the hair that falls out per day which is promising so i will keep at it.
i have been told by many that i should do more things to get results, but i want to stay strictly on this as i won’t know what is actually working.26th November 2015 at 10:07 pm #185
that’s not the best logic. One of my teachers explained to me how eastern healing works with this famous story:
“A boy keeps trying bread from the stack of bread in this shelf. And an onlooker asks why is he trying so many different pieces, and he answers, he is looking for the bread that makes him full in one instant, and usually it’s the 20th piece.”
basically the boy simply gets full from eating so many pieces, and this is how many people think natural healing works, by trying just one method and forcing it to work. It simply does not work this way, and you have to do everything you can. All the other pieces of bread he ate, contributed towards him getting full (or resolving his condition in the sense of healing).
Not trying to be difficult, but if the soap already slowed down the hair fall, shouldn’t you do at least what the company as recommended to do (here: http://www.handmadesoapuk.org/taoist-soap-not-getting-results-read-this/ )
It explains what you need to do, or at least for people finding it hard to get results.27th November 2015 at 5:22 pm #189
I agree with Emiliana. Very well said, as people all too often ask the wrong question.3rd December 2015 at 8:45 am #191
Guys, I have been using the soap for a while now, and am pleased to say that I am seeing a lot of positive changes on my hair growth and hair generally. I was first thinking it was just a short term effect like some hair fibre products do, but it is actually helping.
I also will start scalp massage from today and see how much of a difference it will make. Was very skeptical at first so that’s why didn’t want to do the regime before.
Thank you.16th December 2015 at 3:35 pm #240
glad you found it useful. I have just started using it and thanks to everyone on the forum, i feel i am in safe hands as I have learnt a lot in terms of developing a good regime.
i am too skeptical but feeling positive from all the above comments.17th March 2016 at 1:06 pm #373
Any update on this?
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