Bioxsine Blog, Week 8: We've reached the two month mark
This week sees us pass the two-month mark for our Bioxsine blog so we’ve decided to take a look at some frequently asked questions.
Since I started the blog I’ve been receiving a lot of interest from you guys out there seeing if this Bioxsine stuff actually works. For me, it’s making my hair look thicker and there’s certainly less of it falling out, so I can safely say it’s been doing its job. However, some of you have had a few burning questions for me.
One question that really jumped out was when it was asked was, “Are you a real person?” What do you say to that? Of course I am, or at least I thought I was before that question. Now I’m beginning to doubt if anything is real… but that’s a bit deep for this blog.
Another, slightly more on-topic question that a few of you have asked is if you need to shave your head before you start a course of Bioxsine. Thankfully you don’t. If you have shoulder length hair then you may find that you’ll use more product compared to other people, but that’s the only other difference. As Bioxsine Forte helps to strengthen your hair, as well as increase the number of scalp cells on your head, it would be a little pointless to shave it off. You won’t reap the full benefits of the natural product if you do.
Another question was, “how long would it take before I notice a difference?” Well, like everything else in life, it will take a different amount of time for everyone. You may be lucky and notice a massive difference after just a couple of uses, however, if you’re in the advance stages of hair loss then it may take a bit longer. With continued use you will certainly notice a difference and you may even find that your friends and family will see it before you do. That’s what happened to me.
One of you also asked me what the story was with dying your hair if you’re using Bioxsine. My first reaction was, ‘grey and balding? How unlucky!’
Just joking. After all you could have been talking about bleaching your hair. Anyway, one of the leading causes of damaged hair follicles stems from bleaching it, so if you’re still in your bleach blonde tips phase then you might want to grow up a bit. As for dying grey hair, you’re better off using herbal and natural dyes if you’re also using Bioxsine. Those natural dyes might cost a bit more, but at least they won’t be as damaging to your hair, or the environment.
If you’ve any other questions then you might want answers to, drop me a line at the email below or head on over to the Bioxsine Ireland website, keepyourhairon.ie.
Check back next week to see how Oisin is getting on in the Bioxsine hair loss blog. Bioxsine is available from all good pharmacies nationwide. For more on the all-natural hair loss treatment, check out www.keepyourhairon.ie.