14 Aug 2015

Christina Chrysostomou, 22, over-styling

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on June 12th, 2014
My hair used to be chest length until I started using straighteners regularly over 2 years which caused excessive heat damage. I also had some thinner patches of hair around my hair line which bothered me. I’ve been using Viviscal for 2 months and my hair is already looking and feeling so much healthier. It looks thicker and glossier. And new hair has started to grow at the front of my hair line. My friends are envious!
Christina Chrysostomou

Joanne Crayford, 54, menopause/ageing

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on June 12th, 2014
I noticed a patch of hair at the back of my head had been getting really thin and it appeared to be spreading. It had begun to make me really worried. I’ve been taking Viviscal for about 3 months and my hair breakage has stopped, it looks thicker and healthier. My hairdresser couldn’t believe the results! The condition of my nails has improved too.

Anna Dowle, 41, lifestyle/environmental impact

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on June 12th, 2014

My hair was very fine and lifeless and I struggled to get body into it. I also have a job that requires lots of travelling and was struggling with the different water and air con in planes and hotel rooms. I have been taking Viviscal for a little over 3 months and it’s noticeably thicker looking and more volumised. It feels much stronger and is easier to style.


Anna Dowle
Anna Dowle



Carine Roberts, 36, post-pregnancy

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on June 12th, 2014

After having three children, my hair began to suffer and became thin, dull & dry. I became conscious of patches where my scalp was visible showing. I’ve been taking Viviscal for 3 months and I am definitely feeling more confident about my hair. It looks much fuller compared to before I started taking the supplements.

Carine Roberts
Carine Roberts



Men: How bald are you? Find out using the Norwood scale

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on December 5th, 2013


The Norwood Scale - Viviscal











When considering treatment for your hair loss, it is important to understand how far your hair loss has progressed. The Norwood scale is a useful tool for diagnosis of male pattern baldness as it classifies the progression into seven stages.
These stages are depicted in a series of helpful pictures – click on the main image above– which enable you to accurately determine where you are on the scale.
There may be times where you will need to describe the extent of your hair loss to your practitioner via telephone or internet for treatment purposes – the Norwood hair loss scale can be a handy tool in this regard! Early detection is key as most treatments for typical male pattern baldness are most effective if you suffer from Norwood stages 1- 4.
For this reason, as soon as you notice your hair falling out it is important to recognise your position on the scale and seek treatment accordingly.

Christina Aguilera’s hair stylist is a fan of Viviscal

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 27th, 2013
Top celebrity hair stylist David Babaii, has recommended Viviscal hair supplements to American songstress Christina Aguilera.  David styled the singer’s hair before the American Music Awards (AMAs) on Sunday – where she stole the show both on the red carpet and later as she performed on stage.
The epitome of timeless beauty, Christina made her AMA entrance in a curve-hugging white gown, with diamond-shaped side cut-outs at the waist, and crystal encrusted open-toed heels, a silver clutch and large diamond drop earrings. The look was completed with voluptuous platinum curls, parted slightly to the side.
Before the sultry singer took to the stage, for an emotionally charged vocal performance, David Babaii restyled her hair perfectly into an on-trend bun and braided headband. Fans of The Voice (US) may recognise this familiar look from Christina’s appearances on the show!
David also revealed that he takes Viviscal himself and that he believes “good hair comes from within”.
For more pictures of the glamorous American Music Awards night and to see the winners list check out the Daily Mail Online:

Causes of female hair loss – post-pregnancy

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 22nd, 2013
According to Josh Wood, celebrated colourist and John Vial, expert hair stylist, post-pregnancy hair loss isn’t something that is very often discussed in anti-natal classes, but maybe it should be! In a recent article in the Sunday Times Style magazine, John tells us that it’s normal to shed about 100 hairs a day, because hair has a natural lifespan, but that during pregnancy the shedding process stops, meaning that hair can become beautifully thick. Many post-birth women then notice their hair falling out as the hair that would have been shed during the pregnancy is lost all at once. John says that according to trichologist Ricardo Vila Nova, the scientific causes of hair loss post-pregnancy include the rebalancing of the hormones post birth coupled with the loss of nutrients which are transferred to the newborn via breastfeeding. Josh notes that post-pregnancy hair thinning usually happens along the hairline. In the case of dramatic hair loss Josh recommends: colouring hair a lighter shade to reduce the contrast between the hair and visible scalp, using multi-tonal colouring to create density, and keeping fine shorter hairs at the front lighter so as to soften the hairline.

Causes of Male Hair Loss

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 19th, 2013
40% of men will have noticeable hair loss by the age of 35 and 65% by the age of 60
The Sunday Times Style magazine recently printed some surprising statistics about male hair loss, figures which Style’s resident hair expert, John Vital, finds particularly alarming when there are now more ways than ever to slow hair loss or even stop it in its tracks.
6.5m men experience hair loss in Britain alone; 40% of them will have noticeable hair loss by the age of 35 and 65% by the age of 60.
Causes of hair loss in men:
The article explains that hair loss in men, or specifically male-pattern baldness, is caused by an inherited sensitivity to male hormones in the hair follicles – the more testosterone a man produces the more likely he is to find that it is having a negative impact on his hair growth. The male body releases an enzyme called 5-alpha-reductase that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) – a hormone which essentially attacks the base of the hair follicle.
According to Style magazine, every man starts out with 100,000 – 150,000 hairs with each individual hair living for three to six years. If the average follicle produces approx. 25 hairs in a lifetime then this should mean that the average man should keep most of his hair for 75 years! In some cases, however, DHT speeds up the cycles, shortening the lifespan of hair – the set number of cycles makes it important to take action once this process begins!
For men who have already started to see their hair thinning, it may be desirable to disguise thinning patches. As recommended by Style magazine, Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres, provide an interim cover-up solution to conceal thinning hair and add volume to fine hair.  Easy to apply, each ultra fine fibre made with keratin has an electrostatic coating which binds to the hair shaft building density to create the appearance of thick fuller-looking hair in seconds.

Cate Blanchett, International Actress of the Year, reported to take Viviscal

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 18th, 2013
In an exclusive interview with the journalist Nadine Baggot, on Really Ree beauty and style blog, Cate Blanchett revealed that she has started taking Viviscal supplements – which Harper’s Bazaar magazine have named  as the ‘Best Hair Supplement 2013’ in their prestigious Beauty Hot 100 awards –  and she is looking forward to seeing the benefits!
Cate,  known for her striking looks, pale skin and fair hair,  is the star of Woody Allen’s acclaimed film ‘Blue Jasmine’ and is a front-runner for an Oscar this year.  Last week she also received recognition from Harper’s Bazaar when she was named International Actress of the Year at the Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Awards!
Read the full interview here http://www.reallyree.com/search?q=cate+blanchett.


Julia Carta, chief make-up artist on the X-Factor, demonstrates use of Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 13th, 2013


In this video TV hair and make-up artist to the stars, Julia Carta demonstrates how to use Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres to conceal visible scalp.  Julia shows how quickly and easily Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres can be applied and how even thinning hair can be disguised.
“…It’s as simple as one to three, just sprinkle on and in seconds it [the scalp] just completely disappears.  And then just massage in with your fingers then voila it’s completely gone”.
Who knows how many stars have been introduced to Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres thanks to Julia?! Julia frequently posts helpful make-up tutorials on You Tube.  Follow her on Twitter to see behind the scenes footage from the X-factor dressing room.

Yahoo recommends Viviscal supplements in post on 7 rules to live by for long hair

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 13th, 2013
Yahoo recently posted a great piece entitled ‘Longing for Long Hair? 7 rules to live By’ in which beauty journalist, Charlotte Ridge, gives us the low down on how to turn ‘a dry mop of split ends into a head of healthy, shiny strands’ –  without resorting to extensions or over spending!
Rule no.6 promotes the benefits of taking a biotin rich hair supplement, and exclusively recommends Viviscal.  Garren, one of Manhattan’s most-celebrated celebrity hair stylist, comments that ‘Models use [Viviscal] a lot, because their hair is constantly beaten and tortured’ and Dermatologist Fredric Brandt further explains the merits of biotin for hair growth.
Click here to read the article in full and achieve those longed for locks!

Reveal Your Hair Confessions and Win a Trip to LA on Oscar Weekend Courtesy of Viviscal®

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 5th, 2013
Dust off your passport and get practicing your acceptance speech becauseViviscal® has just launched Hair Confessions, the world’s largest female hair survey, and with a just few clicks, your hair confessions could see you on your way to L.A. for Oscar weekend 2014. Visit www.viviscalhairconfessions.comnow to get started!
The relationship between a woman and her hair is one of the most important relationships of her life. It’s an integral part of our femininity, it reflects our personality and when it’s looking good we feel like we can reach for the stars! Award winning hair growth programme Viviscal® wants to take you that step even closer to the stars with the launch of the world’s largest female hair survey, Hair Confessions. Every entry into the short and sweet survey will help Viviscal® get to the root of all the world’s hair horrors and habits and will enter you into a draw to win a trip for 2, plus transfers and accommodation, to Los Angeles, California on the weekend of the world’s most watched media event, the 2014 Academy Awards. The grand prize also includes a make-over with a top hair stylist to the celebs and weekly draws will be held in each country to win a 3 month programme of Viviscal® Maximum Strength Supplements.
Viviscal® is also proud to be donating £1 from every completed UK survey to the Mia Hair Restoration Charitable Trust which provides counselling and treatment for children & young people who have suffered temporary or permanent hair loss as a result of cancer treatment, illness or trauma.
Complete your survey now at www.viviscalhairconfessions.com

About MIA Hair Restoration Charitable Trust – www.miafund.ie
Mia is a young girl who experienced traumatic hair loss due to burns suffered as a very young baby. The area of scarring is significant, but well camouflaged and would be very obvious if she tied her hair back. Mia’s story and energy, despite adversity, inspired the name of the Charity. In 2008 with another young girl was diagnosed with cancer and a brain tumour at the age of nine. She had to undergo chemotherapy and aggressive radiotherapy resulting in frontal alopecia and the loss of her hair. Pioneering hair transplant surgery was recommended but the cost of hair restoration proved prohibitive. Against the background of the national economic crisis, and given the realities of a limited budget, the HSE unfortunately were unable to provide full financial assistance .The full restorative treatment services are ultimately only available in the private healthcare sector. Consequently, Mia was established as a charity to help source and pay for services for patients who have suffered traumatic hair loss, but are unable to access restorative and therapeutic options due to financial constraints.

Kardashians Go Krazy for Hair Growth Supplement Viviscal®

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on October 10th, 2013
Rob Kardashian tells US TV About Viviscal® Recommendation  from His Famous Sister and Tweets that ‘#hair is looking and feeling much thicker’ with Viviscal® Man. 
One of America’s most famous reality TV stars, Rob Kardashian, has reached out to millions on live TV telling Entertainment Tonight and Good Day New York that after taking Viviscal® Man for a few months, “this is something I 100% believe in” and that his hair is “honestly fuller than ever”. Rob began taking Viviscal® Man supplements on the recommendation of one of his famous sisters and they have now become an integral part of his daily routine.
“She told me about Viviscal and I’ve been taking that ever since for about 3 months now.”

Viviscal customer interview – Patricia Bruckland

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on October 3rd, 2013
Viviscal customer Patricia Bruckland explains her hair experiences and reasons for taking Viviscal Maximum Strength.


Hair facts and statistics

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on September 30th, 2013
Watch our Viviscal infographic video to find out some interesting hair relating facts and statistics. 



Viviscal scoops ‘Best Hair Supplement’ award in Harper’s Bazaar Beauty Hot 100

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on September 16th, 2013


We are extremely proud to announce that Viviscal has beaten off the competition to win the prestigious Harper’s Bazaar ‘Beauty Hot 100’ award for ‘Best Hair Supplement’ 2013. We’re absolutely thrilled with this accolade as the annual ‘Beauty Hot 100’ list, includes the very best 100 skin, body and hair products all of which have been vigorously tested by the magazine’s beauty experts throughout the year.
‘….we have used it and really seen the difference – as have those we recommended it to’.  Harper’s Bazaar, 2013

Why not treat yourself to the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar to ensure that you are up to speed with all of the must have health and beauty products of 2013!

World-renowned hair stylist Guido Palau reported to use Viviscal

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on September 3rd, 2013
The Wall Street Journal recently posted an in-depth interview with world-renowned hair stylist Guido Palau.  Journalist Harriet Quick, introduced the article by commenting that Palau, who is a fan of Viviscal, has ‘a very full head of dark hair’ and looks young for his 50 years before going on to detail his three decade long career as one of fashions elite tastemakers.
According to Quick, he’s the stylist who created many of the fashion industry’s iconic looks –  from supermodels Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford’s look  in the George Michael “Freedom’ ‘90” video to the custom headpieces for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute’s ‘Punk: from Chaos to Culture’ exhibition.  Palau is still going strong – Harriet remarks that ‘…This fall season, he racked up 32 major womenswear shows: proposing sleek modernist ponytails at Alexander Wang; wet, deeply side-parted and sexily tousled looks at Prada; and choppy, just-out-of-bed starlet wigs for Louis Vuitton.’

Miley Cyrus reveals that she is taking Viviscal

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on August 20th, 2013
US singer and actress Miley Cyrus has revealed that she is a fan of Viviscal. The 20 year old, whose single ‘We Can’t Stop’ was No.1 in the official UK music chart last week, made the revelation whilst chatting to gal pal Kelly Ozbourne on E!’s Fashion Police.  The story, which is rapidly spreading across the web, has already been picked up by the Daily Mail online and Grazia online.
Find out about Viviscal Maximum Strength Supplements here: http://www.viviscal.co.uk/for-women/viviscal-woman

Jennifer Metcalfe lists Viviscal among her beauty must haves

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on August 5th, 2013
Dancing on Ice star, Jennifer Metcalfe, is the latest celebrity to discover Viviscal. The 28 year old actress, who plays the feisty but glamorous Mercedes McQueen in long-running soap Hollyoaks, listed Viviscal in a feature in New! Magazine entitled ‘What’s in your beauty bag’.
Hair damage as a result of over-styling comes with the territory of being a celeb. We’re glad that Jennifer, who has previously discussed problems following use of hair extensions, is a fan of Viviscal.

Robert Kardashian discovers Viviscal Man to maintain his locks

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on July 25th, 2013
One of America’s most famous reality stars, Robert Kardashian, has reached out to his online fan-base of almost 4.5 million and tweeted his love of Viviscal, the No.1 hair growth supplement in the US, saying:
@Viviscalhair Man shipment is in. Time for a #change http://www.viviscal.com  http://vivi4.me/man #ad
One in two men experience hair loss at some point in their lives yet it is still something which many men feel uncomfortable discussing – Rob included.
The 26 year old is no stranger to the camera and frequently appears in episodes of the California based reality TV series ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ alongside his famous siblings Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.  Despite living life in the limelight, there is one subject which the reality TV star and business entrepreneur is quite sensitive about – his thinning hair.  In a 2012 episode of ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’, big sis Kim cruelly teased Rob about his hair loss with Rob later complaining that ‘it really bugs’ him when Kim makes comments like ‘you’re balding’.
Rob has grown up around a glamorous squad of sisters, stylists and celebrity friends and knows that a healthy head of hair is the hallmark of Hollywood. Spurred on by Kim’s comments, it is great to see him taking positive action towards retaining both his locks and confidence.
Statistics show that a whole range of factors, including stress, over-styling, poor nutrition, hereditary factors and age can impact on the health of hair and hair growth. Viviscal Man supplements are for men who want to maintain normal healthy hair growth. They are scientifically formulated with the important nutrient Zinc, which helps to maintain normal healthy hair from within, combined with the exclusive marine protein complex AminoMar C, Vitamin C and Flax seed.

Leading US salon recommends Viviscal Volumising Hair Fibres

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on July 4th, 2013
Chicago based industry leading hair stylist, Eli Mancha is recommending Viviscal hair fibres to his clients, both women and men, and is seeing them achieve some amazing instant results. See for yourself on his video here:




Botox for your hair

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on May 7th, 2013

‘The Daily Mail published an amazing article about the statistically significant results from the latest Viviscal clinical study presented at the World Congress for Hair Research 2013. The study is one of the world’s largest double-blind, multi-site, placebo-controlled clinical studies on women’s hair supplements.

Read the full article here



Viviscal hits the headlines

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on May 6th, 2013

For the first time, model and designer Pearl Lowe opens up about her hair experiences in the Daily Mail and how she has found a solution which works for her in Viviscal.
A friend suggested Pearl try a supplement called  Viviscal, which contains iron, vitamin C, silica and a marine protein complex.  ‘I started taking it only six months ago and my  hair feels so much fuller,’ says Pearl, who is the mother of model Daisy Lowe,  24.
Pearl tried and tested many products, ‘cures’ and remedies before finding Viviscal, which she takes twice a day.

Read the full article here

The difference between male and female hair loss

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on April 16th, 2013
An interesting article on the Huffington Post website outlined the major differences between male and female hair loss.
First, some facts about the fundamental differences between male and female hair loss:
• Frequency: Serious hair thinning (defined as more than the typical 50-100 strands we lose daily) occurs for about 60 percent of men by age 50 and 40 percent of women by age 40. While baldness may be perceived as a male phenomenon, these numbers suggest that more women suffer hair loss than we think. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 27 million women, as compared to 40 million men, face some degree of hair loss by the time they are 80. Hair thinning most often becomes noticeable at midlife — usually later for females than males — but can begin as early as age 15.
• Appearance: Females typically lose hair more diffusely, which means it thins all over. Male hair loss is more obvious, because it starts with a receding hairline and often results in complete or near baldness. Women’s hair loss, while diffuse, impacts the crown of the head more than the hairline. Women may notice that their part gradually becomes wider when their hair is pulled back or more scalp is exposed throughout their head. But rarely does women’s hair thinning progress to complete baldness unless caused by illness.
• Causes: There are three major reasons behind hair loss. The most common is changing hormones, specifically the rising levels of dihydrotestosterone — DHT. These hormonal shifts are genetically-determined, occur naturally throughout life, start earlier for men and are exacerbated by menopause for women. Another cause is trauma. Certain stressful life events can lead hair follicles to prematurely stop growing. It is most often temporary and hair begins to grow again six months following trauma. Lastly, some medical issues can lead to hair loss, like thyroid problems, nutritional deficiency, autoimmune disorders, medications and cancer treatments, but if treated, hair growth sometimes returns.
• Psychology: Males who begin losing their hair, especially in their 20s and 30s, tend to feel anxiety about premature aging and have concerns about maintaining their attractiveness. Some explore medications and hair transplants, but most seem to gradually accommodate to their baldness without taking radical measures. Women, on the other hand, have strong visceral reactions when they see their hair thinning at any age. Anxiety, even panic, can set in as more hair is found on brushes or left in sinks. Embarrassment and shame is also not uncommon. Women not only worry about their attractiveness and desirability, but about their social status and job security.
To understand the gender hair gap, we can look at the role hair has played for men and women throughout history.
• Evolution: The importance of healthy hair in female identity is probably based on its role in the survival of the species. Even though the function women play in today’s culture has broadened dramatically since the Women’s Movement, we are probably hardwired to value the one we had for hundreds of thousands of years — to attract a mate and procreate. The male role — to protect and defend — has never been (and probably will never be) as connected to his hair or his appearance in general. Healthy, youthful looking hair is an integral part of fulfilling a traditional feminine imperative, one that is not likely to disappear anytime soon.
• Biology: Curves, smooth skin, thick lashes and long hair are among the visible physical features that are typically associated with femininity. When any of these change, it impacts a woman’s identity. During adolescence, pubic hair growth is viewed as a sign of fecundity. When hair begins to thin — as it often does at menopause — it signals the opposite, the loss of procreative possibility. And, while there are physical changes that all men and women face with age, they aren’t all associated with lack of health or vitality. Wrinkles, weight gain or age spots, for example, show up on almost all aging bodies at some point. Hair loss doesn’t. There are people living well into their 90s with a full head of hair, so those women who lose theirs before 50 are more often viewed as ill, not just old.
• Self-Esteem: Men may not be happy about hair loss, but women report much deeper feelings of fear, shame and humiliation. Generally, women spend more time, money and effort to defy visible signs of aging. But as they watch their hair thin, most women are left feeling helpless. There are just not many good solutions available for hair regrowth. Some products are used to delay hair loss. Some can thicken eyelash growth. There is also hair transplantation, but it’s complicated and expensive. The result? As hair thins, women suffer thoughts like, “Something must be really wrong with me, and there’s little I can do to stop it.” Many fear, “Not only will I lose my looks, but possibly my job and even my mate.”
• Role models: Female beauty icons throughout history have had long, thick, rich-looking hair, often portrayed as windswept and wild. Think Elizabeth Taylor, who was known for her black, silky locks. Poster girl Farrah Fawcett was all about those blonde waves. Jennifer Aniston’s career has been tied closely to the latest toss of her enviable mane. Medusa and Rapunzel are mythical figures whose hair served as the symbol of power. Classic portraits and sculptures almost always portray women with beautiful, luscious hair, even when depicted nude. While men have many role models (past and present) for how to go bald in a confident way, there are only a handful of contemporary women (like Moore and Theron) who provide females that kind of inspiration. It’s just not considered feminine or stylish — and may never be.

My hair has grown thicker

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on April 5th, 2013

My name is Julie C. I do not have a “before” picture to show you, but I do have a current picture and would like to share my story.  I was laid off from my job in December of 2010, just 3 weeks before Christmas. I had worked for the company for 2 months short of 15 years.Talk about stress! Here it was Christmas, I have 3 kids that I of course want to provide a wonderful Christmas for, and to top it off, my husband Kevin had not worked for sometime due to a work disability. I thought I would find a job right away with all of my experience even in a bad job market. It took me five months to land a position that would offer a salary close to what I was making at my previous position. I thought things would get better, and they did, but little did I realize the stressful situation I was in again. I was working at least 12 hours a day, (most of the time late into the evening). My hair started thinning in the front and I was freaking out!
I decided it was time to see my family doctor for my work related stress (along with thinning hair came stomach pain, and inability to sleep at night even though I was exhausted). I was flipping through a magazine in my doctors office and saw an ad for Viviscal. I even asked my doctor about it and they had told me they had heard really great things about the product and I should certainly give it a try. After my appointment, I went straight to the the store to find your product. I started taking it the very next day and after about 10 days I started to notice that my thinning hair was not so thin anymore! I faithfully continued to take Viviscal and it was really making a difference!  Now my hair is back to normal for the most part, but I continue to take Viviscal as I noticed that my hair has grown in thicker than it originally was before I was laid off.  I am so thankful and appreciative for your product and have told my friends about it as they all saw how stress can not only affect you mentally, but also affect your physical appearance as well.
I wish I had a picture to show you the difference that Viviscal has made with my hair, but in no way was I allowing anyone to take my picture when my scalp was showing!!!!

13 Aug 2015

Barbara H.

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on April 5th, 2013
A few years ago I had to have a total hysterectomy due to tumors.  A very scary time in my life. Since then I’ve gone through menapause and thinning hair. This year was the worst due to having to have anesthesia three times for spine injections. I heard about Viviscal and started it several months ago. I have my daughters wedding in October and when my other daughter got married in January, I was horrified at how I looked in her wedding photos. After using Viviscal for several months my hair has improved so much. It’s healthier and has also grown back some, in 2 and 1/2 more months it should be perfect for her wedding. Thank you soooooo much Viviscal.

Unhealthy, Dry Brittle Hair Saved by Viviscal

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on April 5th, 2013
I had been teaching overseas in Europe , Kuwait, Kosovo and Afghanistan for over seven years, and when I returned to the States, my hair was like straw! It had been long and fairly healthy, but now it was dry and brittle. I cut it in a bob, hoping to refresh it, but it was still lack-luster and it would not grow. Two years later, it had not even grown an inch! I started reading about models using Viviscal, and I decided I wanted that.  I searched the web, and found it was available, of all things, at Walgreens.  That was the first time I ever bought it and immediately saw benefits!  My hair started growing again, almost immediately, and it was shiny! I’ve ordered it on-line since then, and I get it at Ulta.  I buy it for my sisters and my Mom, and we are NEVER out of it! Even when I went off to China to teach last year, I made sure I had my stash of Viviscal with me!!   Your Loyal Devotee,  Deborah A.

Layna F.

by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on April 5th, 2013
I have suffered from hair loss since age 28 and now I am 49 years old. It was quite devastating to say the least. I had gorgeous hair and earned a living doing shows as a Barbie I have suffered from hair loss since age 28 and now I am 49 years old. It was quite devastating to say the least. I had gorgeous hair and earned a living doing shows as a Barbie lookalike for children. I mainly lost hair in the front and on the sides but for the most part my hair loss was all over.
After seeing several doctors and spending a large amount of money I finally found a doctor that not only controlled my hair loss but even grew it back. I’ve been under his care for the past 20 years. I maintain my hair by daily drops and quarterly shots. Even if I tried every few years to wean myself off these medications, my hair fell out very fast and I was back to where I started. I’ve tried several vitamins too and since I’ve started Viviscal I’ve noticed a difference like never before. When I started taking the supplement I thought it would be like other vitamins thinking that it wouldn’t work but to my surprise I saw new growth and I was totally amazed. Who would think that anything could work in this point of my life? My hair is stronger and I have short hairs sprouting out like crazy. You name it, I’ve tried it. I did a spot on the Today show for women’s hair loss and still wasn’t sent down a road that could help me. I have my friends taking your supplements with some being males. I’m so happy I’ve found you and look forward to growing with you :)