Let’s talk about hair loss among women. The dirty word. It’s been happening ever since I became a mum – the clumps of hair in the plughole, the fuzzy knots around my hairbands, a floor which seems to be forever littered with my own hair. There’s no denying it…I am losing hair at a far higher rate than I should do. The signs are everywhere but so far….I have been in not very convincing denial about it.
But there’s a big part of me that craves that luscious hair of my pregnant self and pre-pregnancy days….it’s true I’m not getting any younger but if things keep going the way they have been then I’ll be as badger before long!
So what to do about female hair loss? Because I know that many of you reading this must also be experiencing this too…we’re just keeping mum about it, as usual.
Cue TRX2®, a safe, naturally-based hair support regimen that encapsulates the foremost scientific knowledge on molecular mechanisms developed by Oxford Biolabs.
Apparently it’s all to do with understanding the role potassium play in the growth of hair and so the scientists at Oxford Biolabs® have developed an innovative, drug-free approach to facilitating the transport of nutrients into the hair follicle. The TRX2® formula is available in the form of a capsule and two topical solutions, foam and lotion.
Until now I have been really reluctant to try anything because I’ve been worried about having a whole other set of problems through potential hormone interference or funky side effects but a major win for me is that there are no major side effects and no hormone interference that comes along with this product. Sounds good so far. Plus it’s backed by World-Class R&D so no hocus-pocus shady research which seems to have been manipulated to fit the bill.
So what I want to know is…will it really do what it says on the tin?
Well if the clinical study results are anything to go by it looks like it could very well be:
Well, I’m going to be trying the treatment across the TRX2® Capsules and TRX2® Foam and Styling Cream (both of the latter are a topical application) to see for myself if this really is possible. Stay tuned for the follow up (I’m really hoping this is going to be the end of my hair loss woes!). In the meantime….here’s me in a rare and bare-faced selfie with my hair now. I’ll be checking back in after my course of treatment with a before and after.
In the meantime you can have a look at how I get on with applying the Hair Revitalizing Foam plus Thickening and Styling Cream in this demo:
For more information on the TRX2 range of products see here.
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