Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Experiencing Thinning Hair or Hair Loss? Viviscal Man is Here to Help!

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central Consulting for Viviscal. I received product samples and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

Hey there.  I'm now in my early thirties.  I'm just now beginning to take better care of myself.  Actually, I started about a year or so ago.  I trained for a few obstacle courses, took my supplements, started to pay a little more attention to what I eat, generally, just got my self in better shape overall.  One thing that didn't occur to me to check on the health of my hair.  I know that many of us guys simply refuse to acknowledge that many of us will not have our long locks during our later years of our life.  It happens.  That's why I say you should enjoy it now while you know it's still there.  But what if you are already seeing signs of a receding hairline and thinning hair?  No worries, friends!  Viviscal Man is here to help!

Viviscal Men is hair growth program that is designed to help nourish thinning hair and promote existing hair growth.  It's scientifically formulated for men (but women can also use it) and it's as easy as swallowing a pill.  There are no plugs involved and the best thing about it is that it works with your existing hair!  Either to grow new hair or to give your hair more volume.  In addition to the tablets, you get a hair fibers.  The hair fibers are electrically charged to bind with your existing hair, giving you the appearance of voluminous hair.  It's prefect for those that already have signs of thinning hair and would like to minimize the appearance of thinning hair.  And because the fibers bind to your hair, you can brush it and touch it and not have to worry about it coming off.  The fibers do not run, smear, or stain and it looks completely natural!  Mind you, they will come off once you shower and shampoo your hair so you would need to apply fibers again to keep up the appearance.  Hair grows slowly so the fibers are a great way to show results now while the Viviscal Man program does it's magic.  So, what is a young man in his 30's checking out hair growth products?  Let me tell you how it came to be.

I recently cut my long hair.  For those of you that follow this blog, you'll know that I allow my hair to grow for approx. 7 years and then donate the hair to Lock of Love.  It's something that I told myself many moons ago that I will do until my scalp decides otherwise.  I've been fortunate that I have not had any signs of thinning hair, but a good friend of mine made a comment to me that recently had me looking in the mirror.  While having a guys night out, we started talking about our hair.  Each of my buddies at one point or another, had long hair, but we noticed that we are all sporting shorter hair.  We started to talk about getting older and what not and then the topic of receding hairlines came up and mine was pointed out as creeping it's way back a bit.  Hmmm... I didn't think I would need to worry about losing my hair at 31, but maybe I should start taking a look at it and start taking care of the problem.

Don't get me wrong.  Bald is beautiful.  Some men look freakin' awesome with no hair.  But you know what, it's not for everyone.  It's not for me.  And more importantly... it's not for the wife.  lol  She loves my hair.  Especially when it's long and even though she supports the donation to Locks of Love, she hates to see it go.  I want to make sure that the wife is happy so I'll do what I can to keep the hair as long as possible.  I'm sure that there are many guys in the same boat as I am.  If you are, you need to check out Viviscal Man.  You can pick up the hair growth program at local stores such as Walgreens and Rite Aid, BUT, because you guys are awesome, you can score 10% of your purchase of Viviscal Man by using the promo code VIVISCALMAN at Walgreen.com.

So guys... how important is hair loss to you?  Do you see yourself grabbing the Viviscal Man hair growth program in the near future or would you just take your chances with nature and hope for the best?  When did you notice that your started to lose your hair?  Men, we don't judge here, my friends.  Let's get this discussion started!  Later!

0 comments:

Post a Comment