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Which hair strengthening product Nourkrin or Wellwoman Tricologic?

(7 Posts)
givemeadvice Fri 01-Jul-11 11:16:33

Hi everyone. Just wondering (and hoping) you could give me information on these products. I've had blood tests - all ok.
I'm now looking at buying a product to help with my hair loss. Does anyone have any experience? Thinking of nourkrin as this seems more well known.

kyacat Fri 01-Jul-11 11:33:27

I'm having good results from taking silica with vitamins A C and E. £7 from Boots, 2 tablets a day. Hair loss has slowed, it's growing fast and my nails are awesome too smile

givemeadvice Fri 01-Jul-11 11:40:25

thanks kyacat. is it these

chipstick10 Fri 01-Jul-11 19:16:13

I am using philip kingsley hair capsules atm. Its early days have only been taking them for three weeks. Think its probably a money making racket but who knows. I saw an advert for some hair loss tablets and cheryl baker was approving them saying it had done wonders for her hair. I saw her on opera prog on itv and she looks like she wouldnt know what hair loss was if it bit her on her arse. If those tablets made her hair that thick they would be a miricle product. sorry i am very cynical

kyacat Fri 01-Jul-11 20:00:00

That's the ones, giveme smile Omega oils really help too.

Poodlehorse Sat 02-Jul-11 09:20:32

Nioxin, have been using for6-7 months and it has made a huge difference. The products last for ages as you need such a small amount so despite the initial investment it is working out cheaper than my old shampoo system

givemeadvice Sat 02-Jul-11 22:53:17

Hi Poodlehorse, I've heard nioxin mentioned before, i've just looked it up and it appears that system1 or 2 is suitable. Which system do you use and where do you buy it. I've seen it for £40 on amazon. Can you buy it in Boots?

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