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Do you have thinning hair? Are people telling you that your hair is everywhere? Do you have a drawer full of thickening shampoos and hair products? You aren’t alone and there is help.
I have always had thin hair and I have always longed for a lush ponytail or hair that didn’t fall flat around my face but that was never in the cards for me. I continued to have hair envy but never really thought much about my hair thinning until I went for a haircut several years ago. My hairdresser used two words that no one, no woman, wants to hear: receding hairline. What?! I don’t have a receding hairline…do I? Now I am noticing that my natural part is also getting larger.
Since that day I’ve been very self-conscious about my hair. I tried hiding my forehead with bangs, but that didn’t work. Pulling my hair back in a quick ponytail just accentuates my forehead so I always wear a baseball cap. I have always been a shedder but now when I brush my hair it seems like clumps come out on my hairbrush. Not to mention the wads of my hair in the shower that are getting out of hand.
This is when I decided to try Rogaine for Women which can be found in the hair care aisle of your local Walmart. I also picked up some Neutrogena leave-in hair repair treatment because along with my “receding hairline” my hair is also breaking.
Using Rogaine for Women is a very easy addition to my hair care routine. Once a day I add a small amount to my hair before styling and I don’t have to think about it again until the next day. I have been using Rogaine for Women for about a month now so I look forward to seeing results in about two more months, though it could take up to six months. *Most women will start to see results in about 3 months but it could take up to six months in some women.