1. Andrew
    March 10, 2014 @ 6:00 pm

    Actually, over the past three weeks I have experienced a marked increase in hair loss and a bald patch becoming visible. As a 50 year old I was beginning to resign myself to it, noticing all the bald patches everywhere etc…. but then I tried STOPPING using the tea tree oil shampoo that I have been using and the hair has become more healthy and I no longer feel the wind on my scalp and the bald patch is hidden under healthy hair.. feel much better now… So tea tree oil seems to have made my hair unhealthy which is the opposite effect my diet and exercise has not changed … So I would say be careful what you apply, maybe it depends on manufacturers and maybe tea tree oil is not for everyone..

  2. Julie
    May 23, 2011 @ 9:06 pm

    I would like to add that a underactive thyroid can cause this, also. And, it will take a LONG time to see results with any procedure except surgery. However, I have heard that at first (with the use of topical ointments, shampoos and vitamins) that you see what is hair falling out of the defective follicles, then you eventually see a halo of new growth forming underneath your old hair. Most people give up. Please do not give up. Nioxin is what my girlfriend used and it worked for her. I am using a lesser priced ointment and vitamin kit and I am seeing less gray and longer baby hairs around my scalp. I hope this helps. At least bald me can be sexy, for some women, it’s like losing their breast.

  3. steve
    April 22, 2011 @ 8:28 am

    Hi sandra can you tell me how many drops of tea tree oil do i use,and where would i get saw pametto ln topical form.
    could you let me know steve

  4. Sandra Barnes
    September 3, 2010 @ 11:35 pm

    I wish you would have done extensive research about this because tea tree oil does indeed work. When applying tea tree oil 3 times weekly (no more than that) … it works as a DHT-blocking agent. Now you should very well know that DHT production is what causes the hair loss in the first place!

    My remedy consists of tea tree oil and 100% saw palmetto extract. Apply 3 times a week. It can take a few months to see results but it does work!

  5. gina
    February 19, 2010 @ 11:05 pm

    tea tree oil will not grow your hair in two days but it will stop the inflamation in your scalp and it will take week to see result..it works and makes your hair stronger

  6. Bill - Managing Publisher
    January 6, 2010 @ 1:58 pm


    Even if tea tree oil was proven to fight the affects of male pattern baldness, it wouldn’t have any cosmetic impact in only 2 days. In fact, no proven hair loss solution works that fast. Propecia and Rogaine are the two most effective non-surgical solutions for baldness to date. It’s recommended that Propecia is taken for at least a year and Rogaine is taken for at least 6 months to see if it’s working for you.

    Best wishes,

    Bill Seemiller
    Managing Publisher/Editor

  7. abby
    January 6, 2010 @ 10:16 am

    i have hair loss will tea tree oil works in two days

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