Hair loss is something that affects many of us at some point in life. Even if we're religious about using the best hairdryer and heat protector every time we style, it's an inevitable part of the aging process that hair will get thinner.
Many of us experience thinning hair due to hormones or the natural ageing of our locks, as the hair follicle gets smaller each time it goes through a cycle, meaning a smaller hair shaft – i.e. thinner hair.
But luckily all hopes for a healthy mane are not lost as there are always products popping that claim to help reduce hair loss and strengthen locks.
And the latest one we’ve encountered comes complete with a whole army of hundreds of fans behind it.
Customers have been raving about Watermans GrowMe shampoo for hair growth.
The sulphate free shampoo, which is a number one best seller on Amazon for men’s and women’s hair loss products, uses biotin to strengthen hair, as the vitamin improves the condition of the protein keratin that makes up your hair lengths.
It also uses caffeine, which is known to promote hair growth, while the product’s argan oil nourishes locks and leaves them healthy and shiny.
Customers can also get hold of a matching conditioner which encourages the same effects using caffeine, rosemary, which prevents hair loss but stimulating blood circulation, and cholesterol that nourishes locks with its high fat content.
Amazon even sells a set where customers can get both products for just £25 and fans have gone wild for it.
The set has been met with hundreds of five-star reviews with customers backing up its ‘miracle’ benefits.
‘My miracle shampoo, I love it!!’ wrote one fan.
‘My hair has been falling out for years.’
‘All in all this has been by far the best treatment. My hair is much fuller and thicker looking. I love the smell of it and my hair has grown longer lenth wise too. I have even found my scalp condition has improved.100% worth the money and would recommend this shampoo to anybody who has hair loss problems.’
‘Hair has stopped falling out!’ wrote another.
‘I have had a problem with my hair thinning for the last few years due to menopause and that I have cutaneous lupus.’
‘Although I have upped my vitamin supplements, the only other thing that has changed is using this shampoo and conditioner. Also, my hair does feel softer so the conditioner is doing it’s job.’
‘Stopped hair fall,’ added another. ‘Amazing’.
‘I’ve tried so many shampoos and conditioners for hair fall and I’ve been waited for result long long time but my hair falling never stopped but I’m really happy to giving you 5* * * * * because after 2 times using my hair fall stopped and feel more healthier.’
‘Brilliant! Love it!’ agreed another fan.
‘I’ve been using very expensive shampoo with no harmful ingredients in them like parabens and sulphate, harmful chemicals etc, and paying through the nose for them.
‘I think this shamoo is reasonably priced. And Fantastic! I could feel the difference straight away! I love the smell, and I actually like it more then the more expense products I’ve been using. I’ve also been getting complement on how good my hair smells and how soft it feels 😁
‘Brilliant! I will be ordering more!!’
Aleesha is digital shopping writer at woman&home - so whether you're looking for beauty, fashion, health or home buys, she knows all the best places to splash your cash. She earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London in 2017 after graduating from University of Leeds in 2014 with a BA in English and Spanish (which took her to Madrid for a fun Rioja and tapas-packed year). Aleesha has worked for woman&home since 2019, when she joined the team as their digital news writer. A year on the news team gained her quick and reactive writing skills and a love for breaking stories, invaluable insight into where to get the best lifestyle releases first, an AOP awards nomination and the nickname ‘crazy watch lady’ after she became so obsessed with the royals that she followed breaking news alerts on her Apple Watch.
Before joining the woman&home team, Aleesha wrote for their sister site GoodtoKnow, where she covered celebrity news, health advice and where to snap up the cheapest lifestyle buys. With a background in beauty, Aleesha has also written for Stylist and Women’s Health where she developed an understanding into what makes a stellar product and which brands are worth paying attention to. She never leaves the house without a slick of lip balm and a good slathering of SPF, cannot live without an eyelash curler by her side and is always on the hunt for new lipsticks to add to her ‘Lipstick of the Day’ Instagram story highlight (and color-coordinated collection).
But it’s not just beauty buys Aleesha can help you with. Social media savviness, strong PR relationships and a need to stay in the know mean she’s all about the latest fashions, clever gadgets and reliable lifestyle buys too. She loves indulging in an interior craze (with a bedroom drowned in prints, plants and pink), is a regular visitor to the Missoma and Edge of Ember 'New In' pages and can’t resist the allure of a kitchen gadget—just ask her three coffee machines.
When she’s not playing around with new products and testing anything she can get her hands on, Aleesha spends most of her time with her head in a current bestseller, catching up on the latest Netflix craze with her sister, trying out new recipes, drinking wine with her bestie and (in non-COVID times) has been known to be a bit of a jetsetter amongst her friendship group. Oh and she makes the most of her Disney+ subscription by watching the Marvel films on repeat (definitely not just for Chris Evans...).
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