When I was first offered the treatment I was a little worried that it could possibly be too strong for my hair and possibly make it worse. However, I thought I would never find out unless I tried it and started using the three step treatment every time I washed my hair.
The at home treatment consist of a shampoo, conditioner and scalp treatment spray. There are five variations of the treatments depending on your hair type and whether it has been coloured or not. Originally I got given the box number 5 however I feared that it could possibly be too strong and asked for a number 1 aimed at thin natural (non-coloured) hair.
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I half don’t want to sit here and say that I actually think this works having used it for just over a month but in all honest I really think it does. It claims that after 30 days you will see a difference and although it may not be a major difference that can be seen by anyone else, I am much happier with my hair. My hair has grown quite a lot in the last month, I think it feels fuller and healthier.
I would continue using this shampoo although I would swap it in with a different shampoo every now and then. I actually think I will repurchase this soon (although maybe not instantly) which is saying something as I usually just use which ever shampoo is to hand.
Read my initial thought of Nioxin here and the at home kit is available to buy from Feelunique and Michael John. The kit retails for just under £24 and I would really recommend trying it if you have thin hair and are looking for some added thickness or hoping to grow it a little.