In youth, somehow everything grows by itself: both the chest, and nails, and hair … But somehow closer to thirty, and especially after the birth of children, I began to notice that if the chest and nails remained in place, then the hair began shamelessly flow away after shampooing. Once I felt sad, I really didn’t want to become a clone of Bruce Willis.
How to help the hair
Of course, it is good to find out the cause of the fallout. After all, sometimes behind this lies a serious disease of the internal organs. But, alas, the specialist-trichologist, to whom I got absolutely by chance, could not tell me anything practical. Moreover, he conducted the reception not in the clinic, but in the beauty salon, and, of course, did not give out directions for tests and examinations of my invaluable organism.
Shampoos, masks, balms and conditioners – that’s great. But not a panacea. Alas! Hair tends to quickly get used to the shampoo and at first seemingly a miraculous effect, comes to naught. Therefore, I decided to buy vitamins designed specifically for hair growth.
Inside or outside
I faced a serious dilemma: what vitamins to buy. There are those that need to be rubbed into the scalp, they are sold in capsules. Most often, these are B vitamins and vitamin A, which just accelerates hair growth. But since at that moment I did not take any additional vitamins that strengthen the body, it was decided to focus on the vitamins inside.
For starters, decided to try the usual brewer’s yeast capsules. And for some time I was very pleased: my hair really began to fall off less, and my face became cleaner. But along with the hair, the yeast improved and the appetite. It categorically did not suit me! So I had to look for a replacement.
The most positive reviews turned out to be Revalid vitamins. The price seemed reasonable, about $ 10 tutu But after reading the instructions in detail, I realized that in order to undergo a course of treatment, I would have to drink at least 3 packs (one only lasts 10 days)! And this is already significant. It was necessary to drink vitamins three times a day with meals, which I, of course, periodically forgot to do. But in general, with grief in half, the course was completed.
The result is as follows: the hair has become thicker, looks stronger, like the nails. As for accelerated hair growth, I would not say that I now have a long braid. Although it may affect the habit, often shear off the tips.
In general, the vitamins seemed to me very good. The only thing that worries me now is how long the result lasts. Wait and see!