Be Persistent and Give it Time!
1/13/2009 11:06:00 AM
I bought this directly from the company soon after I read about it in a major news magazine as one of the best beauty inventions of the year, and that was, maybe, seven years ago? When I received it, it seemed a bit lightweight (cheap) for the price, but I kept it anyway for a trial period after calling one of the customer service reps. I was not overly concerned about hair loss, just beginning to notice more hair in the shower drain over the years. I did try some topical products to slow down the loss, but they smelled awful and made my hair flat. So, within the first month of three times a week use, my hair seemed to be thinning more, but then I noticed lots of little new hairs sticking straight up from my scalp. This device was definitely working, and I use it now twice a week to avoid reversal of the benefits (after all, losing hair and growing new hair is a natural process!) In fact, a few times over the past years, I had a lot going on and didn't take the time to use the Comb for a few weeks. I started to notice more hair on my brush and in the drain again, so I am happy to make this part of my beauty/health routine. It isn't actually that time consuming, rather, your hair needs to be clean and free of any styling products so, that in itself can be a pain for some. However, I will not stop using this Comb, even if it ever breaks: I'll purchase a new one. One more thing; this is to slow hair loss, re grow new hair, but it isn't going to give you a new type of