"my hair is falling out at the crown and around edges making a widow's peak, do you know of any product tht i can use to bring it back? None of my parents or grandparents lost their hair so i think it's got something to do with my locks???"
The Aubrey Organics conditioner is thick so I try other shampooing and conditioning products as well, that have all natural ingredients. I put Aubrey Organics in my hair before I swim and then again afterwards, after shampooing. I use other natural conditioners, which I may keep in my hair all day, for intense conditioning.
Recommendation # 2 is to keep your hair naturally moisturized. Shea Butter is my recommendation for this (in very small amounts so it does not build up in your locs). If you can find natural, 100% shea butter, that is the best option. Per the link below, you will find information which includes this detail: "Shea butter has been used for centuries in Africa before its beneficial properties was recognized by other countriesShea butter has many benefits some of which includes relieving dry skin...and restoring lost hair luster. Due to the healing properties of shea butter, it has been incorporated into many personal care products such as lotions, shampoos, conditioners, and soaps."
Shea butter link: http://www.prlog.org/11333844-shea-butter-natural-and-safer-moisturizer.html
My 4th and last recommendation is to try to reduce tension hair loss by wearing your hair up as much as possible, not allowing your long and perhaps heavy locks to pull the hair from the scalp. Put your hair into a lovely loose ponytail or wrap it in breathable cloth or hat when you can. You can do this in a very stylish way. Also avoid twisting tightly to avoid traction alopecia. Here are some examples of how to achieve this:
In closing, all of the above is about prevention. If you have already lost hair, I think the suggestions above will help. Hopefully new hair will grow where it has been lost and all will be fine and that's N.I.C.E.