Hairfall? Dove to the rescue!

Hey, peeps! I got this:


in the mail yesterday. It’s Dove’s new Hairfall Rescue Range, and it contains a shampoo, conditioner and the leave-on root intensive treatment. (It’s also supposed to have a deep repair treatment mask, which they didn’t want me to have, I suppose.) Now, my hair started falling like crazy last September, after my 3-month vacation in India. After I got back to Dubai, it was good-bye hair! They would just wave sadly and slither down me in bunches. It swear, it was a conspiracy. Is. They’re still doing it. I don’t know how I have any hair left!

So anyway, I’m about to put Dove’s new product to the ultimate test. The kit says to use it for 2 weeks, and I should notice a visible reduction in my hairfall. The leave-on root intensive treatment is the magic elixir here I guess, because let’s face it, there are a lot of anti-hairfall shampoos and conditioners out there that just don’t work! But Dove claims to have discovered a new breakthrough technology (Trichazole actives) with this product range, so I’m game. Trichazole actives have apparently been scientifically proven to prevent the natural enzymes that work at making our hair fall from our scalps.

Dove is a good brand, and they’ve been hyping this product range like crazy, which makes me think it’s definitely worth trying. But I’ve been disappointed by anti-hairfall products before, so I’m being cautiously optimistic about this. I’ll start using it tomorrow, and will post my results at the end of 2 weeks.

Fingers crossed!

Dove products (including these!) can be found at most major supermarkets, if you want to try it out too.

Toodles 🙂



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