Buy “Nioxin Intensive Hair Follicle Booster 3.4 Oz for Thin Hair”

Nioxin Intensive Hair Follicle Booster 3.4 Oz for Thin Hair

  • Transports advanced nourishment to hair,
  • Leave in treatment.
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If you have excessively thinning areas or a low-density hairline, Intensive Hair Follicle Booster is an intensive, vitamin-enriched leave-in scalp treatment that protects hair against the damaging effects of DHT and sunlight. Exfoliates dead skin cells and transports advanced nourishment to hair. Apply to noticeably thinning areas, apply before NIOXIN Scalp Treatment in those specific areas and then apply NIOXIN Scalp Treatment.

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2 thoughts on “Buy “Nioxin Intensive Hair Follicle Booster 3.4 Oz for Thin Hair”

  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Takes some time… But Worth it!, April 9, 2011
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    I used the System 8 Nioxin Hair Care products, in conjunction with the Intensive Hair Follicle Booster at the hairline for a few months for thinning hair after my pregnancy, and it seemed to work great! I did notice some ADDITIONAL thinning for a while that was a little disturbing, and resumed using my regular shampoo/conditioner. Once I changed it up, my hair was fine. After about a month and a half of using the Nioxin, I would switch back for a while to give your scalp a break. My best friend is a beautician, and they recommend that you change shampoos, etc. ocassionally anyways. Now my hair is filling in naturally. I would suggest using the Nioxin products every two weeks once you see good results (new hair growth).

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
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    I wish I had known…, September 9, 2011
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    I wish I had known how very nasty and gunky this would make my hair feel after application, and especially after applying the scalp treatment afterwards, as you are supposed to. I have no idea if this product works at all, and I’m committed to finishing out my bottle, but if you are not extremely careful in applying it, it will stick your hair together to the point where you are likely to lose some of it when you brush. The scalp treatment, especially, is hard to apply and keep your hair looking and feeling nice. It’s just so sticky! Takes a long time to dry, too, so don’t apply it with the idea of running out the door. It doesn’t specify how it should best be applied, to wet or dry hair. I have experimented with both, and think it’s better to apply the scalp treatment to wet hair and then blow dry, but you are supposed to apply the follicle booster first… I think the main thing in these products are oils that irritate your scalp to stimulate blood flow. It says that’s a result of the “vitamins”, but I know peppermint oil when I smell it, and that’s a skin irritant. Other skin irritants are listed in the ingredients. As I said, I don’t know if it works or not…stimulating circulation is a known technique for fighting hair loss, but it’s nothing unique and not worth the ick factor, to me. If it grows hair (tho I suspect it won’t do more for me than my Hair Max has already done), I will figure out a way to live with it, but as of right now, I’m really doubtful.

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