13 Sep 2016
In the Times Magazine there is a feature which focusses on the popularity of long hair and how it has become a status symbol. Viviscal is the only product mentioned throughout the piece, in reference to the hair supplement market.
"The healthy hair suppplement market is booming, too - last year, 30 percent of women took them. Viviscal's hair growth programme of pills costs £119.95 for a 3 month supply."
9 Sep 2016
Natural Health featured the Viviscal starter set in a piece about hair to make your hair grow faster. They have explained how supplements stimulate the hair, and mentioned that Viviscal contains zinc and niacin to promote healthy hair growth.
"Like our body, we get out what we put in when it comes to nutrition, and our hair is no different. Eating a diet rich in protein, Vitamins B and C will give you a healthy mane that can withstand occasional damage. If you want to top up these levels, try to introduce a supplement that contains zinc and niacin in addition, such as Viviscal's Maximum Strength Women (£49.95 for one month's supplement, viviscal.co.uk)."
Layeredonline.com have now uploaded the Look Book Video with Neil Moodie on their website. They have tagged in Viviscal.
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Goodhousekeeping.co.uk featured a recommendation of Viviscal in a feature about reasons for hair loss. They have suggested the supplements for those who have experience hair loss because of pregnancy.
"How to treat it: There's no need to go overboard on treatment. Either let time run its course until the hair thickness improves, or try a hair growth vitamin like Viviscal to speed things up a bit. Either way, your hair should return to its pre-childbirth state within 6-12 weeks."
Read the full article at goodhousekeeping.co.uk