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HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Fri Jun 25, 2010 4:13 am

I saw this product at wal-mart so I did alil research.



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Helps fight hair loss
Helps support hair growth

for men and women
90 applications
Clinically Proven with Bioactive Peptide TA-5

Hair Restoration Technology
Developed by a Molecular Biologist
Hair Wellness Solutions
Multi Action Formula
Beauty and Wellness through the Vision of Advanced Science
Promotes

Supports and promotes healthy hair
Cleans the follicle and scalp to give the look of stronger, healthier hair
Will promote and maintain a thick full look
Gives strong-looking hair
Moisturizes hair and scalp
Safe for Men and Women
HairSil Accelerator Treatment results may vary by individual

Results

Independent clinical testing, conducted in a 12 week case study shows safe results that helps promote positive looking hair for both men and women.
Helps fight hair loss phases.
Helps support hair growth phase.
HairSil Accelerator results may vary by individual.
Use of most common hair styling, curling and coloration products does not diminish the effectiveness of HairSil Accelerator Treatment.
Try HairSil Accelerator Treatment to see the results, yourself!
For best results: Most effective when used along with HairSil Accelerator Shampoo

Helps support nutrient blood flow to the hair follicle.

Developed by a Molecular Biologist who is committed to developing scientifically proven, non-prescription skin, hair and health care products offering unparalleled efficacy and results.

Safe Accepted Alternative to OTC & Rx Products

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Deionized Water, Algae Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Propylene Glycol, Glycerine, Margosa, Hydrolysate of Milk Protein, Solanum Tuberosum Extract, Silanediol Salicylate, Butylene Glycol, Triethanolamine, Peptide TA 5, Sulphur Amino Acid, Sulfo Mucopolysaccharide Extract, Celastrus Paniculata Extract, Colloidal Sulphur, Spondios Amara Extract, Rubus Bramble Berries, Trichomonus Japonicum Maxim, Chinese Wormwood Extract, Homotaurine, Maiden Hair Fern Extract, Henna Extract, Barosma Betulina, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate


The HairSil Accelerator System is clinically proven to stop hair loss and restore your hair. Helps support nutrient blood flow to the hair follicle.

Volunteers between 26 and 50 years of age with moderate degrees of hair loss were enrolled in a 12 week study conducted by independent physicians. HairSil Accelerator was applied one time daily for 12 weeks.

At 8 weeks:
100% experienced an increase in hair growth
80% experienced a reduction in hair loss

At 12 weeks:
69% increased hair thickness
33% increased hair regrowth
62% reduction in sebum production
32% reduction in demodex population


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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:17 pm

I had seen that there too, but forgot all about it. I remember seeing the Propylene Glycol etc..and thinking not-for-me at the moment..
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Sat Jun 26, 2010 3:45 am

Yeah it just came out about a month ago, just looking for oppinions before I decide wether to get it.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Sat Jun 26, 2010 9:21 am

Actually I probably should have said(and which is what I thought at Walmart)..thank God it has PG etc in it, as the ingreds do look good, but I have no way of fitting it into my regiment.

It's also nice that it's available at Walmart. But would I go through the checkout with it? :-k
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Swimmy » Sun Jun 27, 2010 12:01 pm

I wouldn't be too worried with checking out at the store with it. It doesn't scream anything by looking at the box design. Especially since it shows a guy with full head of hair. Most will think its just a hair healthy treatment for split ends, like a hot oil treatment.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby ChuckP » Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:23 pm

Just used the shampoo, I like it.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:46 pm

Swimmy...don't you ever get those cashiers that have to look at something and say something about it if it catches their eye or is new etc.. :lol: I guess it's not too much to be worried about. I do see it's available at Amazon and drugstore.com etc too....
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby chore boy » Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:27 pm

I knew it smelled like Telostatin... glad I didn't buy it when I saw it at WalMart.

http://www.activorcorporation.net/id10.html
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:56 am

Cb I cant find one review on that stuff, idk why, is this %&$! the ish or is it %&$!. sheesh sum1 tell us
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jocko59 » Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:01 am

Chore Boy:

So are you meaning that you tried Telestatin and it didn't work?
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Postby doke » Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:08 am

yeh in 12 weeks complete hair regrowth quicker than minoxidil a miricle of science etc etc hahaha :-$ \:D/
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Tue Jun 29, 2010 5:13 pm

Yeah Chore..if you sniffed 'em both..you must have tried them :lol:
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby chore boy » Tue Jun 29, 2010 5:41 pm

I haven't tried either one of them. Telostatin's been out since I got in to this game and has been re-branded a few different times over the years. Nothing wrong with private label products or whatever... just saying.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby graphix87 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:49 am

Trichotillmania,Jacob,Swimmy & doke send me your info and I will send you a free bottle and let me know what you think.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:25 pm

graphix87 ..first..are you from the company(nothing wrong with that) or ?
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Swimmy » Thu Jul 08, 2010 4:18 pm

I wouldn't mind a free bottle. But I would like to know to
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby graphix87 » Mon Jul 12, 2010 6:33 am

Yes, I work for the company and just message me your info and i will send you a free bottle of the treatment and a bottle of the shampoo.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Bombarie » Mon Jul 12, 2010 10:13 am

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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby mitcky » Mon Jul 12, 2010 2:15 pm

Um....why am I feeling so left out??????
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Thu Jul 15, 2010 6:26 pm

I contacted the company but have yet to hear back from them..unless I missed it in my spam folder or something.

I'm not about to give my info to just anybody...
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Sun Jul 18, 2010 2:48 am

I agree with Jacob Im not just gonna give out my info to just anybody sorry.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby graphix87 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:23 am

Jacob you emailed one of my managers and she was to reply back to you. You asked if I was an employee to the company and if what i was posting was real. Well to answer you, yes i am a employee that works for this company and you can call in on our toll free 1-877-778-4472 and more then likely I will be the one whos answering the phones.

Jacob wrote:I contacted the company but have yet to hear back from them..unless I missed it in my spam folder or something.

I'm not about to give my info to just anybody...
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Swimmy » Sat Jul 24, 2010 4:44 am

Its okay guys its legit. I got mine in the mail yesterday
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby graphix87 » Tue Jul 27, 2010 5:00 am

Sorry to inform everyone but we are not sending anymore free samples until further notice. But for those who had the chance to receive them hopefully you enjoy it and please leave some feed backs, thanks and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to call us at 877-778-4472.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Wed Jul 28, 2010 6:23 am

Could those of you who have gotten them please post so here..maybe graphix87 could say as well.

I wish you'd respond to my pm btw.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby justthin » Fri Jul 30, 2010 5:31 pm

Think I am going to wait for some feedback here before purchasing this product..been disappointed dfar too many times to jump on the boat too quick here. I did email Graphix but didn;t get any response. Let's hope for some good reviews ! Who all recieved this product?
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:45 pm

Well I'm not gonna post on this till I get free stuff lol. I started this topic and everyone else gets a free bottle.

I noticed it went down in price at walmart so yeah.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:40 pm

Well so far only one has posted that he got anything. Any newbies posting they did won't count [-(
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Trichotillmania » Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:27 pm

Yeah thx to Jacob for scaring all us not unto getting the free stuff =;
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:37 am

Funny....supposedly the # of free ones available were given out. Those who got them could post so..as could graphix87.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby cloud9 » Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:43 am

I got mine about the same time swimmy did . I tried the shampoo and I like how it took the dryness out of my hair . I havent used the topical yet . In about a week I will get started on both .
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Arsenal » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:33 am

Long time lurker here. I posted some a while back on the Regrowth forums...

Anyway, I've thrown my hair into the ring and purchased this product a couple of days ago, so I've been using it for two days total. I was having a bit of an itchy burning scalp because I've been lax on doing anything about my hair loss and I will say that this stuff makes my scalp feel pretty good. The shampoo smells good and leaves my hair feeling nice. The topical isn't greasy, but I've always had a problem getting them to my scalp because I have longish hair (3-4in). The topical makes the hair stiff like a gel would.

I plan on doing this until the bottles run out which I estimate to be in line with what the bottle says, ie 90 days. I'll keep everyone informed if anything happens. I am happy that my itching is dying down though.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Swimmy » Fri Aug 27, 2010 7:38 am

Update:


I've used both for a bit now. The shampoo is good. Nothing spectacular. There's better stuff out there that we know about. As for the leave in treatment I like it better than the shampoo. It does make your hair stiff and by morning will leave your hair flaky. So you cant go out in public with it. I think the treatment stuff does a good job at conditioning your hair and making it thicker. However, no regrowth. This is something I might use once or twice a week just to condition my hair similar to hot oil treatments. In the end I don't think its gonna do much for genetic hair loss.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby keepinhope » Fri Aug 27, 2010 6:02 pm

I've been using both for about two weeks now...so far nothing at all to give me any indication it's going to help at all
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby BrammaBull » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:06 pm

I've been using the treatement for about 3 weeks and really havent seen any effect. This is my 1st attempt at treating my hair loss. I am using this in combination with Nizoral (over the counter). I dont know if I'm just being paranoid but it almost seems like im losing more hair now. I always find about 6-8 pieces of hair in my hand when i shower. This product is a bit of pain. Like posted earlier you cant go out with it because of the flakes and it ask that you apply at least 4 hours before you go to bed. Anyone have any other sugguestions for me. I'm very new to this and very desperate.
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Postby Swimmy » Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:42 pm

My advice would be not to use this product. None of us expected much from this product. For 40 dollars you can buy a lot better things out there.
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Postby BrammaBull » Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:55 am

What would a better sugguestion be? There are so many options out and so many that I've read dont work. I've been looking at some regroth pills from OOKISA. What would you recommend?
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Postby keepinhope » Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:06 pm

I too feel as though I may be losing more now...although isn't that how pretty much every other hair loss treatment works? At first there is shedding and then it comes back in thicker? or not?..
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Postby BrammaBull » Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:13 pm

I really have no clue as to how these are suppose to work. I'm kind of freaking out now. Before i would notice some fall out when i shampooed but now if I run my hand through my hair I usually come up with a couple of strands. I really dont know what to do. Any sugguestions would really help me out.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Swimmy » Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:31 pm

Well no one here is really comfortable with making suggestions for other people when it comes to hair. Since certain things work for certain people and not others.


If anything I would go with Bioclin-Stimucap since it seems to be the most promising..Maybe the bicolin shampoo to since it was used in the studies also? Of course maybe the shampoo Bocor is trying wouldn't be too bad. I seen the ingredients and they look really good. But I have to finish off my current shampoo before I try it


But here's a small list of things that would be worth a try

Bioclin

Elsoms hair products

Dermatopoietin
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jenny » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:12 am

Just bought this today @ walmart. I wanted to check the reviews on this. From what I'm reading doesn't sound promising, However I will start this tomorrow. I'm taking before and after pics to see if there is any improvements as the weeks go by. O:)
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Mon Aug 30, 2010 9:48 am

So it looks like just 2 ppl here got the stuff free..to try out. :-s

I would add to Swimmy's list there..maybe DermaHeal.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Arsenal » Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:20 am

I've been using it for about 3 weeks so far. I do like the shampoo as it seems to clean the hair really well and I like the way is smells. The topical, like most topicals really, is a pain to put on, but at least it isn't runny. Anyway, I haven't noticed too much yet. The only "result" I've had is rather ambiguous but it makes my hair feel stronger (as in less resistant to pull out). I'm still shedding about the same as before. I plan to keep using it until it's all gone, but I'm not expecting any miracles, just as I don't expect miracles out of anything else I try. It does make my scalp feel more normal, as in no burning or itchiness.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby HairlossSucks666 » Thu Apr 14, 2011 9:10 am

I've tried various things throughout the years and I have to say it has been an extremely frustrating 18 years. Nothing really works or I don't get to use it long enough to really know if it works due to side effects, some of which have been too terrible for words.

HairSil Accelerator is my latest attempt at stopping this dreaded hairloss. I saw the HairSil Accelerator at Walgreens. I made sure it did not contain anything remotely labled Copper Peptides, which I had a horrible reaction to in the past. It didn't, so I purchased it and have been using it for about two weeks. I must say I was completely doubtful, thinking it must surely be more snake oil. But for some reason the "Created by a Molecular Biologist" claim on the box got my interest, though I thought even that might be a big crock. I decided to purchase the yellow box anyway. The liquid smelled OK, even though it was an ugly brown color.

The application of the liquid is not too bad. After applying it I just brush my hair and it dries fairly quickly. It doesn't feel greasy.

I'm always afraid to get my hopes up, but so far my hairloss seems to have pretty much stopped. I used to grab at my hair and there would always be five or six hairs in my hand every time I pulled. I grab at my hair now and most of the time I don't have any hair in my hand. Maybe one hair here and there, but compared to before that's nothing. I guess I shouldn't say completely stopped because I did notice that when I ran my hands through my hair as I shook my head over the sink, some hair still fell out, but the pulling test seems promising. We'll have to see if it lasts, see if things improve and see if there is new hairgrowth several months from now.

I have only been using it for two weeks, so it's too early to tell if this product is truly working. Dare I get my hopes up? I'll keep you guys posted.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby HairlossSucks666 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:42 pm

I should have known better. I spoke too soon. Week three and things are the same as before. Will keep using it. What other choice do I have, really.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby Jacob » Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:12 pm

Thanks for the update. I think any product is going to need 6 months+ to really see what it's capable of doing.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby HairlossSucks666 » Thu Apr 28, 2011 12:18 pm

Something positive that I have noticed after I began using the HairSil Accelerator treatment (The various Walgreen's in my area don't sell the shampoo) is that my scalp no longer feels tender and/or itchy in spots. It feels normal now. Also, the hair also seems to feel a little thicker, but I can't be completely sure about this. Hairloss definitely sucks.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby HairlossSucks666 » Wed May 04, 2011 7:45 pm

Well, I'm near the end of week 5 using HairSil. Hair texture has felt better since using this. Even at week 2 it felt better. It's more manageable. I believe, but can't be completely sure yet, that HairSil has slowed down hair shedding, but not completely eliminated it. If that's the case, then I wish I had known about this stuff a few years ago, before I lost so much hair and before the individual hairs got so thin. They claim something like 33% experienced regrowth after 12 weeks. Either these types of claims are bunk or I always seem not to fall in this percentile. We shall see. Regrowth would be very nice, since I'm very worried about the future. My hair has been getting thinner and falling out not only on the top, but the sides as well. Not good. Wish there were more people out there posting their results. Not too much information on this.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby akipp » Thu Jul 07, 2011 6:50 pm

I have a typical African American grade of hair. I bought this product on 6/19/11 from Walmart and began using it the same day. My hair was thinning badly in the front and middle of my head to the point where my scalp was beginning to show. After reading the reviews on this page, I put the bottles back on the shelf and said forget it. I walked around Walmart to pick up a few more items and then came back and said to myself what do I have to lose! So I paid the $27 bucks and change for the shampoo and conditioner, and began using it the same night.

As of today 7/7/11 my hair has completely stopped thinning and has began to noticeably thicken in the middle and front. Even my barber has noticed the difference. Also my hair texture has improved tremendously. My texture had been kinda stiff and straight for the last few years. After leaving the barber today, I noticed my natural wave pattern starting to come back.

I will report another update in the next few weeks. At this point I would recommend this product to everyone I know.
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Re: HairSil Accelerator Shampoo & Treatment, new product

Postby rubyfrench » Tue Nov 22, 2011 4:32 pm

i am 64 & have been battling this hair issue for 17 long years. in the past few, upon the recommendation of the truth in beauty website, i have been using folligen's hair signals. it's a solution you leave on overnight & shampoo out in the a.m. i believe it's a copper peptide solution. i have used this faithfully & it has improved my hair a little--it grows faster--but no regrowth & there continued to be a lot of shedding.

just saw the hair-sil advertised & since it's relatively cheap, gave it a whirl. they were out of the shampoo at rite-aid so i don't know how that works. but i love, love, love this product. it seems to be perfect for my kind of hair--fine, limp, no body. as per instructions, i just use a little & rub it into the scalp. amazingly enough, instant body & fullness. no smell. i didn't wash it out the next day--the hair looked too good! applied more the next night. still didn't need to wash it the next day & my hair is long. when i did wash my hair, it retained the body. for the first time in eons, i skipped the mousse.

obviously i haven't been using it long enough to see if it does regrow hair, but i almost don't care. the thin spots on top of my head & on one side don't show now. almost no shedding. & i can stop washing it every minute. i am seriously thrilled.
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