Regain the Hair of your Youth with RevivHair Hair Stimulating Serum
I never thought I would be talking about hair loss as a young adult, but your body really does go through a lot of changes around the age of 30. I recently started to notice that I seemed to be losing more hair than normal. Pretty soon I started to notice the thinning. I’ve always had fine hair, but I had a lot of it. My part is starting to widen and my hairline is receding.
With nightmares of going bald, I’ve been trying to figure out how I can reverse this hair loss process that is happening to me. RevivHair Hair Stimulating Serum is a leave-in serum that can significantly help boost the appearance of hair density, thickness, fullness, natural color, strength, and overall health.
Its primary ingredient is the new molecule Redensyl. It also includes Stem Cells, Growth Factors & Peptides, among many other superb ingredients, which all contribute to follicle health, density and extended anagen/growth hair phases. Redensyl targets the hair follicle stem cells. Niacinamide and caffeine strengthen and visibly thicken existing hair and help keep the hair bulb rooted to the scalp.
Instructions for Use: Shake before use. Apply once DAILY, to wet or dry hair, about one or two full droppers. Part your hair and apply directly to the scalp, especially in areas that are thinning. Massage in with fingertips. Use in addition to products such as minoxidil.
While my part does not look any different to me, it does seem there is some progress with my hairline by my bangs.
It took me longer than expected to use the full 2 oz. bottle, which means I was not using the product properly and therefore had less results. I figured out halfway through using the product that I must have a faulty dropper. The instructions say use 1-2 full droppers. In my mind, if the intended daily dosage is a dropper full, the dropper should fill up with one squeeze. My dropper was only filling 1/3 to 1/2 of the way up. And sometimes not all of the serum would come back out with one squeeze. After determining this, I adjusted how I was using the dropper and guesstimating the 1-2 full droppers amount of serum.
I anticipate that after another bottle using the correct amount of serum daily, and after allowing my hair to cycle, I would see even better results!