Viviscal Hair Loss Supplement Review and #Giveaway!

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We are so excited to welcome you to the Viviscal Review & Giveaway Hop Event! This event is hosted by MamaNYC, and will be running for 3 months. We will be following the progress of 25 bloggers as they try out this hair loss treatment. We can’t wait to see what type of hair growth, nourishment and repair these bloggers experience with Viviscal!

If I could change one physical thing about myself it would be my hair. I have always suffered from thin, limp hair. However, ever since giving birth to my fourth baby, my hair has become especially thin. In addition, I have found that I have been losing a LOT of hair whenever I brush it, or put it in an elastic. I find that my hair has been thinning the most at the temples, which can pose a problem when I wear my hair up in a ponytail (everyday). I was SO excited to learn that I had an opportunity to try out Viviscal, a hair loss treatment. I had heard of this product on the Dr. Oz show and was eager to give it a try. I will be trying out Viviscal for the next 3 months and documenting my progress. This nutritional supplement comes in the form of a pill that is taken twice daily, with food. I was really attracted to this product initially because of the great results people have reported, but also because this is supplement is 100% drug free. The active ingredients include: Marine Complex, Cherry Extract and Horsetail Extract. I have been using this product for about a week. I have taken the pills twice daily without any ill side effects. I usually take mine right after breakfast and right after dinner. The packaging states that you must take this supplement for 6 months to experience results, but I can tell you that the rate at which my hair is falling out has DRAMATICALLY lessened. I used to lose about 10 hairs every time I would brush out my hair. That number has decreased to 1 or 2 in the week since I have started taking Viviscal. I am really encouraged that this product is going to help me with my thinning hair and

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hair loss. I hope that with continued use of Viviscal my hair will stop falling out and that I can see some regrowth at the temples, along with healthier/shinier hair. I will be tracking my results with weekly pictures. In June I will share my results with you. Please check back to see my progress! I am really excited about this product and can’t wait to share my experience with you!

One of our readers will win their own 3 month supply of Viviscal ($150 ARV)!!!! This giveaway is going to run from March 24th through April 8, 2012 @ 11:59PM (EST). Open to residents in the U.S. only; 18+. Please enter using the Rafflecopter widget below.

NOTICE: All participants are encouraged to hop down the linky list below the Rafflecopter widget! 25 bloggers are each giving away 3-month trials of Viviscal. You will only be eligible to win on ONE of our blog giveaways. However, I hope you will finish all our giveaways because the MORE giveaways and entries completed – the BETTER your chances will be at winning! It’s better to be the selected winner on five of our giveaways instead of none! Once you are selected as a winner from one of these blogs, you will receive a winning email and all set to receive your prize!

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About the author: I am a sometimes Physical Therapist who is currently staying home with her two little boys (and one more bundle on the way!) I love photography, cloth diapering, cooking, couponing, blogging and playing with my kids!

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  • Incredible points. Sound arguments. Keep up
    the good effort.

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  • I like the alcohol use increases circulation to the scalp tip.

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  • I liked the tip of using leave in conditioner ( I love doing this) and if you color your hair to keep your shade longer and keep it vibrant, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair;

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  • I liked the tip of using leave in conditioner ( I love doing this) and if you color your hair to keep your shade longer and keep it vibrant, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair;

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  • Once a week, you can swap in a color-depositing shampoo, which leaves behind a layer of semi-permanent pigment for a subtle boost
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  • The importance of conditioner and regular trims. My mom needs the extra strength version because of thyroid.

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  • Favorite surprising tip is about the alcohol use and that it increases circulation to the scalp… who would have guessed that….

    caden at pineland.net

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  • After a haircut, keep your ends hydrated using a leave in conditioner

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  • Viviscal is suggested by celebrity hair stylist Mark Townsend as a solution for a fan who asks how to make your hair grow faster.

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  • my fave tip Watch what you drink. In the study of twin sisters, those who drank one to two cups of coffee a day and those who had up to four alcoholic beverages a week fared best. The reasons are not clear, Guyuron says. But a bit of alcohol may help by increasing blood circulation to the scalp. (More bonus benefits: Many studies suggest light to moderate coffee and alcohol use are good for your heart.)

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  • I like this tip
    To keep your shade vibrant longer, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair; they contain gentle cleansing agents that won’t remove color from the hair shafts

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  • Once a week, you can swap in a color-depositing shampoo, which leaves behind a layer of semi-permanent pigment for a subtle boost

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  • After a haircut, keep your ends hydrated using a leave in conditioner. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  • I use a leave in conditioner and when I go to the YMCA I go in the steam room and leave conditioner in my hair, really shines afterwards.

    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  • Five or six weeks after your cut, when split ends start to appear, try an at-home glossing treatment to help seal strands and add shine.

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  • I love that they support using sulfate-free shampoos. They are so much less damaging on your hair.

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  • Other times it is lost simply because of a bad diet. When people do not get enough protein and iron in their diet their hair will not begin the growth cycle. This also has a preventative technique. By eating foods that are higher in protein and iron you are able to prevent balding for this reason. By eating foods with a good amount of protein and iron you will permit it to be wholesome and not malnourished.

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  • I learned from a friend who used to dye her hair all the time that dying your hair often can lead to hair loss and thinning.

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  • After a haircut, keep your ends hydrated by using a daily leave-in conditioner. If they look fuzzy some days, work in a dab of shine-enhancing oil to smooth them.

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  • Once a week, you can swap in a color-depositing shampoo, which leaves behind a layer of semi-permanent pigment for a subtle boost.

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  • Five or six weeks after your cut, when split ends start to appear, try an at-home glossing treatment to help seal strands and add shine.

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  • My favorite hair care tip is after a haircut, keep your ends hydrated by using a daily leave-in conditioner. If they look fuzzy some days, work in a dab of shine-enhancing oil to smooth them.

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  • Rich hair color makes hair look healthy, shiny, and thicker and can even brighten a face. But within a month, fading or visible roots can sour the effect.

    • To keep your shade vibrant longer, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair; they contain gentle cleansing agents that won’t remove color from the hair shafts.

    • Once a week, you can swap in a color-depositing shampoo, which leaves behind a layer of semi-permanent pigment for a subtle boost. (Don’t use one every day, however, as those pigments can build up and alter the professional color.)

    • When roots begin to show, apply temporary color with an easy liquid touch-up wand. Dab directly onto the roots, then comb the strands to distribute (extra benefit: hair looks thicker). The no-commitment shade will wash out during the next shampoo.

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  • To keep your shade vibrant longer, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair.

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  • “Tabatha Coffey Touts Viviscal as Favorite at America’s Beauty Show” I love Tabatha Coffey, her techniques are top notch. If she says Viviscal is her Favorite I respect her opinion!

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  • To keep your shade vibrant longer, use shampoos and conditioners formulated for colored hair; they contain gentle cleansing agents that won’t remove color from the hair shafts

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  • For optimal results use the Scalp Lotion in combination with Viviscal dietary supplements. This formula stimulates the scalp and moisturizes, to support healthy hair follicles for strong beautiful hair

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  • • Five or six weeks after your cut, when split ends start to appear, try an at-home glossing treatment to help seal strands and add shine.

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  • I like the tip that short hair looks fuller… I find that to be true with my thinning hair since having my son 3 years ago. Thank you so much. I really need to try this. It’s a daily discomfort to look in the mirror & wish you had your full head of thick & lustrous hair back & know that there seems to be nothing you can do about it!

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  • Protecting your head and hair from the sun by wearing a hat can result in thicker hair

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  • Would Love to win and try this!

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  • Protecting your head and hair from the sun by wearing a hat can result in thicker hair.

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  • My favorite tips come from celebrity hairstylist Nadia vassell. Ms.Vassell gives excellent tips on how to “Go Natural”. I have been looking for some easy uncomplicated tips and I think I may have found some. Step 1) cutting it all off may be my only option at this point. However, step 3) a Weave may have worked but I don’t think my hair is strong enough. I would love to win this giveaway. Three months ago I started on a new medication for my asthma and one of its side effects is hair loss. I would love to try this product to see if it would help fix my hair. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  • Hi – I started having thinning hair at age 13! It’s been something I have been working on for most of my life. I would love to try this new product…..

    Thanks so much

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  • my 24 year old daughter has hair thinning and the dr. said there was nothing to do about it. i would love to win and give to her to see if it helps

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  • something i did not know. Recent studies have shown that tobacco smoke can damage the DNA of your hair follicles. Without hair follicles, there can be no hair grown

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  • Keep your the ends of your hair hydrated by using a daily leave-in conditioner.

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  • I really need this product. Dueto a thyroid condetion I am losing hair.

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  • I use lots of Shea butter products.

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  • short hair look thicker and fuller

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  • I let my hair air dry when possible to avoid heat damage. It also is cooler in the summer compared to the heat of a blow dryer.

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  • Here is a good tip:
    Avoid continuous and prolonged sun exposure.

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  • Use at-home glossing treatment to help seal strands to prevent split ends.

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  • Visvical is recommended and endorsed by Mark Townsend

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  • I like the tip that going natural is good for hair–especially if one works out a lot.

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  • Looks like what I need.

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  • Viviscal Extra Strength

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