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Up to 40% of women experience some type of hair loss or alopecia—it’s not just an issue for men. Thinning hair and hair loss can severely affect a woman’s emotional well-being and quality of life. Today on The Balancing Act, we explore how to treat hair loss: The causes, symptoms, and preventative measures, along with scalp health and diet.

Hair Care Expert Glenice Beale introduces Nioxin, a range of products designed to strengthen, nourish and repair thinning hair from the scalp, its foundation. Additionally, Brittany Cocilova shares her personal experience with hair thinning and the results she experienced while using Nioxin.

Glenice explains that Nioxin is an advanced skin care approach for better scalp and hair treatment. It has found inspiration in premium skincare to supply advanced care for thinning hair. As an extension of facial skin, the scalp requires the same attention and treatment.

The Nioxin range of products are designed to strengthen, nourish and repair thinning hair from the scalp, its foundation. Because scalp health creates hair health, this provides the perfect foundation for thicker, fuller-looking hair.

Each 3-part system contains a unique blend of three technologies formulated to promote scalp health and combat thin and thinning hair in both women and men. 72% of consumers who tried the systems felt they had thicker looking hair after two weeks.

 

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Up next on The Balancing Act: how to reset your metabolism and lose weight; an innovative business opportunity for today’s entrepreneur; and savvy savings tips for families.

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