Home Chinese Herbs Hair Care Naturals Hair Care Skin Care Bath and Body Care Peter Lamas Philosophy Press View Cart Summer Sale 2010! Click Here for details. Peter Lamas Products Home Page Customer Service Contact Us

LamasBeauty.com | Back to Discussion Board


If you have come to this site on a web search for beauty or weightloss products -- please do not call us to ask about those products. We do not sell them!

We recently have been receiving many phone calls and emails from people who read posts about a particular product on these discussion boards, and then call us because they think we may somehow sell or be involved with that product.

We only sell Lamas Beauty shampoos and skincare products. For a listing of products we sell, please visit our homepage.

Please do not call us about other products that people may talk about on these discussion boards. Our Customer Service department will not be able to discuss any products with you other than Lamas Beauty products. While people here may discuss or express opinions about other beauty or weightloss products, we have no information or connection with any products but our own, so please do not call us about those other products.

Thank you.

From: J (
Subject: BKT and HAIR LOSS! HELP
Date: May 30, 2007 at 1:29 pm PST

Hi all. Last year, I was taking an anti-seizure medication (epilepsy) that caused 2 things: hair loss (from the root) and breakage AND the new hair that came in came in very curly.

This left 3 lengths and 2 different textures on my normally all one lenght, long to my backside, thick wavy hair.

To say this has been emotionally upsetting doesn't even cover it.

I have now been off that drug for 8 months. My hair is SLOWLY coming back in, but curly and bushy as I said. I'd be willing to wear it curly, but it's too short (an inch long!) AND it's mixed with the longer outer layer that didn't fall out and is basically just a bit wavy.

I don't think my hair could handle TR but BKT appeals to me. BUT I don't know what to think about previous hair loss and a change in texture that is artificial (i.e., I wasn't born with it). Doctors can't tell me anything and I can't find anything on the web that explains just how the epilepsy medicine changes the hair, but I imagine it's what a cancer victim experiences after chemo.

So how will the changes (internal, not a process applied to existing hair) possibly affect a BKT?

If my hair doesn't straighten totally, but I can get the layers to lay flat and maybe not be so obvious, I'll be happy. I don't need high fashion perfection. I'm realistic in my expectations.

But what I do NOT want, and what I can NOT handle, is hair breaking off an inch past my scalp, or halfway down my head. I don't want to leave the salon(or a week later) have less hair than I entered it with!

Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.

Learn about Peter Lamas and his products! Watch excerpts from talkshow appearances and extreme makeovers!

Lamas Beauty TV
Broadband Windows media Streaming

Follow Ups:

Post a Followup

E-Mail: (Optional)


Optional Link URL:
Link Title:
Optional Image URL:

Home | Why Natural? | Hair Care | Skin Care | Bath & Body | Books | Gift Certificates
About Us | Our Guarantee | Testimonials | Join the Club | Search | Tell a Friend | Privacy
 Contact Us

100% Safe & Secure
© 2007 Lamas, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

BBBOnLine Reliability Seal   Vegan Products