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The Dilemma of Reviews
January 8, 2019
It's strange how this community of reviewers now mimics the world around us. I don't know what to believe, especially the so-called negative reviews. Of course, some are well meaning and helpful, but others meet the criteria of a suspicious motives. I've noticed there are two types of negative reviews that are almost transparent. The first is a review that includes every single thing that other other reviews have included, except your hair catching fire. The other is a study in brevity, "Terrible product, save your money." At least take the time to tell us why the product is terrible, and why we will save money. We are lucky to have good reviewers who take time and list the pros and cons. That's what a community does, we help each other make a reasonable choice.
Often, it is not the product that is inferior, but our own body chemistry is simply not compatible. How many people know what they may or not be allergic to. Pollen allergies are deferent, but look at the ingredients in all of these body and scalp products. We should all test these products before using them. The best place to test is your inner wrist, the skin is thin and delicate, you may also want to test a small part of your scalp, the best place is the hair above the back of your neck, this is hair that generally does not fall out.
I decided to try this protect, especially with the offer of a refund. So far so good. I like the fragrance, very subtle, but if you want gardenia or vanilla you might be disappointed.
Let's face it, if there was a product that completely arrested thinning hair we would all know about it, and be using it. Meanwhile we search, and hope science discovers a miracle. We need honest reviews to help guide us. Together we can find this solution, maybe this is it, so far I like it, but I haven't used it long enough to definitely decide. Good luck.