Nanogen Hair Growth Technology Review

Life After Bleaching…

Last year you may remember me with platinum blonde hair.

It took a lot of bleach and toning to make it look white, which isn’t good for the hair or the scalp… and as I started to grow my natural hair colour out I noticed just how badly it not only damaged my ends but also my skin under the hair.

That’s why I took up the chance to review the Nanogen Hair Treatment Serum that helps hair grow thicker and healthier whilst nourishing the scalp.

Nanogen Hair Treatment Review

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Instructions:

Use the pipette to suck in 1ml of the serum into it, then flick the droplets onto your scalp. Personally, I parted my hair into sections and did it that way to avoid getting it onto my hair. I massaged the droplets into my scalp and left it over night.

I found that in the morning your hair will be greasy but it shouldn’t be a problem if you wash your hair before work/school (FYI dry shampoo also works…haha.)

Results of Nanogen Hair Growth Serum:

  • Thicker roots
  • Healthy, moisturised scalp
  • Fast hair growth
  • Silky and shiny hair
  • Less dandruff

What I thought:

As I naturally have dandruff anyway I found that the serum made it decrease, even though it wasn’t something I expected with the product. I guess it makes sense though, as it practically moisturises the scalp so there’s less dry skin.

It definitely made my hair thicker and I can tell it’s silkier too. It seems like my hair definitely got longer but I couldn’t exactly tell if it grew quicker than usual… I would still recommend it to people trying to grow their hair out or those with thin brittle hair.

I haven’t been disappointed with the product and would easily continue to use it.

Have you tried it out yet and if not, do you think you will?

***Thank you Nanogen for giving me the opportunity to review the hair treatment serum!

Writer / Blogger on The Fairytale Pretty Picture. Currently working in the head office of a large retail company in London, UK and living in Essex.

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