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My hair has been a struggle for the last year and a half. I have always had a problem with shedding in years past, but I haven’t noticed my hair being thin and lifeless until lately. I have tried sprays and mousse and pomade and powders and… you get the point. I have tried it all. Some of it works for a little while but I am tired of an overly complicated hair routine, which is why my hair is usually in some sort of up-do! Well, I am about to tell you how I have been getting to the “root” of the problem with Women’s Rogaine.
Women’s Rogaine is an undetectable, easy, one time a day use foam. There is no greasy residue left in your hair, which is always a plus. It is a clinical solution to my thin hair problems, which has been much more effective than the revolving door of plumpers, volumizers and thickeners.
I do use some other products in my hair routine other than my regular shampoo and conditioner. I actually follow up applying Women’s Rogaine to the roots of my hair with spritzing bottom half of my hair with Aveeno Active Naturals New Nourish + Condition Leave-In Treatment. I suffer from split ends, though I can say that they haven’t been that bad recently. I don’t know what it is about them, but I am addicted to leave-in conditioners!
I am definitely looking forward to improving upon the current state of my hair. It is growing pretty fast, but still on the flat/thin side. I have seen some slight improvement in the last couple weeks, but because Women’s Rogaine takes a while to deliver on those great results, I can’t give it all the credit just yet. I will say that I have seen some new growth though. No joke.
You can find both the Women’s Rogaine and Aveeno Active Naturals New Nourish + Condition Leave-In Treatment at your local Walmart on the beauty aisle. Now tell me in the comments below: Do you now, or have you ever suffered from thinning hair?
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