When I started going through menopause recently, I quickly became a statistic. I was one of 30 million American women with Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL). It didn’t comfort me knowing FPHL is the most common cause of hair loss in women. Instead, I was feeling down in the dumps.
My self-esteem plummeted. Within a month, my changing hormones were already leading to a very noticeably progressive hair thinning at the top of my scalp. Although I tried to joke about it with my husband, on the inside, I was crushed.
I was about to spend a large portion of my retirement savings on hair transplants before my friend introduced me to Hair Envy.
It doesn’t matter if you’re losing hair on your scalp at a rapid rate like I was. And it doesn’t matter what age you are. Hair Envy is the world’s most powerful combination of all-natural plant oils for thickening hair and reactivating dead hair follicles: Avocado, Argan, Jojoba, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Tea Tree, Juniper Berry, Amla, Spanish Sage, Castor, Cedarwood, Thyme, and Geranium. There is nothing else added, no synthetics or harsh chemicals.
Avocado penetrates deep to repair the epidermis and supports a healthy scalp and new hair growth. Cedarwood stimulates hair follicles by increasing circulation to the scalp, resulting in thicker hair. Thyme delivers powerful nutrients to hair follicles, encouraging growth. Alma oil stops an enzyme called 5-alpha-reductase, which causes hair loss.
It would take too long to mention how all the ingredients in Hair Envy work. But why don’t you see for yourself how amazing the results are? Speaking of results, it certainly didn’t take 6-12 months for Hair Envy to work. Within 2 weeks, I noticed dramatic results. Even my husband who hadn’t given me a compliment in years noticed.
There’s a good reason why many of the trendiest hair products on the market contain some of these ingredients. But I guarantee you that you won’t be able to find any product that comes close to containing all 15 of this hair-thickening and regrowing botanicals.