Finally, a shampoo that does what it promises to do!
I have been suffering from hair fall for years. There is not a day in our house when you can't find strands of my hair on the floor. It's frustrating, but somehow I was able to get used to it. I adjust and minimize the strands by going out of our house and do the combing on our front yard. I tried anti hair fall shampoos particularly that of Pantene and Lauat, but they don't do the job. I have a separate post about the Lauat Anti Hair Fall Shampoo though so you might want to check that out, too.
So anyway, I started feeling bothered late last year, around November to be exact, when I noticed my daughter is going through the same thing, too! I was startled, and yes, got scared. She has nice, smooth, soft and thin hair and she is one healthy girl. But to see her hair brush with strands whenever I comb her hair after her morning bath gave me reason to worry.
I didn't want to try those commercially available products, knowing they all have chemicals which might do more harm than good, so I decided to observe the amount of strands she sheds in the morning. Then I came across, okay, I scouted for a non-chemical based shampoo in the grocery around mid-December and found out that Human Heart Nature, of course known for their all-natural products have their own anti-hair fall shampoo as well. It isn't as expensive as their Kids Natural Shampoo and this one comes in a smaller bottle, costing P129.00 which isn't bad at all.
I got the strengthening aloe vera anti-hair fall variety that promises less hair fall in 4 weeks of continuous use. Not only is it chemical-free, but it also smells good. My daughter and I are on our third week of consumption of said product and I can say that it delivered what it's promised! I believe our hair also became stronger, no longer brittle and there is 98% less hair fall, particularly with my daughter!
I am just so happy I found this product that when I went back to the supermarket today, I got a bottle of their other variety, the one for dry, damaged hair that's specifically for color-treated hair (mine). Can't wait to see if this one's as effective as its sister product. :)