When it comes to hair loss, settle for the simple and tested solution: Novuhair Topical Scalp Lotion
February 7, 2012
Picture yourself waking to a chilly, pleasant morning, stepping into the shower for a nice, warm bath, and then visiting your stylist for a chic new hairdo. All is fine; perfect even, if not for one problem: there was a handful of hair strands on your pillow when you woke up. While bathing, a clump of hair actually clogged the shower. And at the salon, your stylist pointed out something akin to a clear patch of skin on your scalp. A bald spot!
Whether it’s a small patch of hair-less skin where there is supposedly hair, or a chronic fallout of handfuls of hair strands, hair loss is, without a doubt, a bothersome problem. It gets in the way of one’s daily activities and, not to mention, puts a damper on our self-confidence.
Take beauty icon Fanny Serrano, for instance, who admits to panicking upon waking to find a pillowful of hair one morning, during the peak of his career. Like any other person, Fanny then resumed to trying all sorts of hair loss remedies available in the market, from herbal shampoos to specially formulated topical and ingestible treatments. When Fanny says he’s tried everything there is in the book, he means it: he’s tried everything. To the point where, after realizing the ineffectiveness and empty promises of such treatments, he finally resorted to simply commissioning a wig for him to wear and cover up the hair loss problem he couldn’t seem to solve.
More forms of hair re-growth solutions are available in the market today, from hair transplants to laser scalp treatments, each of which cost anywhere between ten to a hundred thousand pesos – a hefty price to pay for one’s crowning glory. Because hair loss is more often than not a problem of heredity, most of those suffering from it may find that the price is worth the pay, considering alternative solutions such as undergoing a change in lifestyle or diet is out of the question.
This need not be the casehowever, and Fanny Serrano will tell you so, too. After sporting a wig for a time, Fanny stumbled upon Novuhair Topical Scalp Lotion, yet another treatment claiming to solve one’s hair fall problems. No longer hopeful about such claims given his disheartening experiences with other self-proclaimed solutions, Fanny gave Novuhair a try more for the laugh of it than possibly overcoming his hair fall problems and insecurities. In the end, and if it could be said of such things, it was Novuhair itself that had the last laugh: before Fanny even noticed it, fewer and fewer hair fell on his pillow. His shower no longer clogged, and one day, his stylist pointed out a mysterious growth of baby-thin black hair on his scalp.
Made of natural ingredients such as moringa oleifera, panax ginseng, biotin, and rosemary, lavender, peppermint, lemon grass, and virgin coconut oil, Novuhair Topical Scalp Lotion works by improving blood circulation to the scalp and increasing nutrition to hair follicles, thus spurring hair growth. It is an affordable, non-invasive, all-natural hair loss solution that outvalues all other forms of hair loss solutions: Why undergo surgery, when you can manage hair loss by massaging Novuhair onto your scalp?
In last Sunday’sepisode of Rated K, titled Iba ‘To!, two other Novuhair users shared their testimony with viewers: housewife and former owner of a pawnshop business, Mrs. Lee, and natural health advocate and businessman, Hans Palacio. They were also joined by Dr. Marcellano Cruz, a dermatology consultant of World Citi Medical Center in Quezon City who further elaborated on the causes of hair loss.
Novuhair is available at all Mercury Drug, Watson’s, Rose Pharmacy, South Star, Manson, and Cory Quirino World of Wellness Stores nationwide, and online on www.regaloservice.com. Call 413-6570 or 0922-883-0575 and visit www.novuhair.com for more details.
Christian Melanie Lee is a freelance social media manager and web developer. She also devoted her time managing her food blog, and music/concert blog. One of the Hootsuite Ambassador for the Philippines since 2014 and currently working as social media manager for the local band, The Itchyworms.
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