Bioxsine Blog, Week 13: An unlucky week, but showing good results
This week is week 13 of the Bioxsine blog, and although it might be considered to be the unluckiest week, there has been nothing but good results.
We’re a fair way into the Bioxsine blog at this stage and seeing as it’s week 13 you might be expecting to hear some bad news, if you’re superstitious that is. However, I’ve got nothing but good things to report this week, as it has been another strong growing week for my hair.
I was a bit worried that the hair cut a few weeks back might make me look a tad bald and I was worried that it could reverse all the hard work I’ve been putting into my hair over the course of the blog. But all is looking good, thankfully.
I will admit that I haven’t been as regimental as I usually am with applying the Bioxsine shampoo and serum, but that doesn’t seem to have made much of a difference this week.
Sure anyway, according to the Bioxsine website, keepyourhairon.ie, as the weeks progress you don’t have to use as much of the shampoo and serum as you do at the start, so I suppose curtailing my use a little early won’t affect my hair too much (however, those sound like famous last words…).
But I’m not too worried. I know that with regular use it seriously helps to thicken out my hair so I can always revert to using it twice daily, even it that can be a bit of a hassle. The lengths we go to for more hair, right?
As I said, it’s week 13 but thankfully there’s nothing bad to report. I’ve been pleasantly surprised so far as I wasn’t too sure if this stuff would work on me. Now I’m glad I agreed to do the blog as having thicker and stronger hair has certainly lifted a bit of a weight off my shoulders. Lets face it, at the end of the day it can be a bit stressful when you have less hair than your granddad.
At least I’m now slowly catching back up with the old man… slowly but surely.
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.