Pre-mature hair loss and you: Can Viviscal help?

Disclaimer: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central Consulting for Viviscal. I received product samples and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

I don’t have flowing Fabio locks. I barely have Friar Tuck hair, to be completely honest. Does it bother me? Sometimes. But, I’m in the military, so I keep my hair pretty short most of the time. For a lot of you, though, that is not the case. Especially if you aren’t sporting a cleanly shaven head on purpose.

We all know hair loss can be a sensitive subject for men and yes, even some women. Chances are you have seen commercials and you may have even looked at some of the hair restoration products on the market. I know I did when I was in my early twenties. I can’t remember the name of the product, but I went through the process of using their special shampoo and massaged the little drops on my scalp twice a day. I’m sure you have the standard questions, so here are my answers:

  1. Did it help? I know it made my scalp tingle and my hair was easier to manage.
  2. Did it regrow? Not that I was aware of.
  3. Was it kind of a pain to use? In my opinion, yes.
  4. Was it more costly than I would have liked? Yes.

That’s where bad genes may have had an effect. I’m relatively certain that my hair loss from early adulthood was caused by heredity, not poor dietary habits, free radicals, or stress. Sorry to say, not all shampoos are good for your scalp either. Walk into any hair salon, discuss your use of bargain store shampoo and watch your stylist’s eyes twitch.

So are you doomed to suffer a chrome-dome? You don’t have to be. If you are the almost half of men experiencing hair loss, but due to genetics rather than other attributing factors, you may have to look into alternative methods. Talk to a doctor. If you fit any of the categories on this page (a lot of us), the Viviscal Hair Growth Program may be the solution you were looking for.

So what is it? Viviscal is an oral supplement (like a multivitamin) that when used properly, can help nourish thinning hair and promote existing hair growth from the inside. With ingredients like Biotin, Zinc, Vitamin C, Horsetail extract, Flax seed, and their proprietary marine ingredient, AminoMar*, you have a scientifically formulated and doctor recommended hair loss solution.

As an added bonus, while you are starting the Viviscal supplement program, they have the Viviscal Hair Filler Fibers, naturally colored, microscopic, electrostatically charged fibers that give you a fuller, thicker look by creating volume on your existing hair. Simply shake on, blend, and enjoy a more natural looking head of hair in seconds. They also have special shampoo and conditioners designed to complement your Viviscal supplements and nourish your scalp even further.

So check out Viviscal today. What do you have to lose—besides more hair, of course? You can order directly from the Viviscal website, http://www.viviscal.com/men-hair-growth, or find Viviscal at your local pharmacy store, like Duane Reade, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and more. As an added bonus, you can get 10% off the Viviscal supplements and the Viviscal Hair Filler Fibers if you order through Walgreens.com with the code “VIVISCALMAN” on checkout.

If you decide to try Viviscal, I wish you the best of luck. Hair loss is embarrassing for many of us, and can lead to some pretty self-conscience feelings. After doing a little research, I found that Viviscal came pretty highly reviewed and recommended by people who have used it. You could be one of them. I think it’s worth a shot.

So is something like this right for you? When did you or a loved one start losing their hair? Are they concerned about it? Let’s talk about it in the comments, below.

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*AminoMar is a marine-based supplement. Please refer to documentation on the Viviscal website if you have shellfish or similar allergies before trying this product.

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