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Soap and Co have an interesting website, but I don’t personally like their soaps or other cosmetic products. Problem with them is that they aren’t really luxury as they portray them, and they make them seem amazing, but it’s just soap packaged to look amazing when it doesn’t do anything more.7th December 2015 at 5:10 am in reply to: Viviscal Reviews from Trusted Forum Members? Please? #164
just make sure it is derived from food based ingredients at least. and take after eating. it should help. if not then buy alternative b-complex and biotin.
you still may have to use it for maintenance, unless your diet and scalp massage routine is flawless and plaque built up is slowed down to almost zero.
- This reply was modified 4 years, 7 months ago by Dan.
nice one, glad I didn’t buy from them
yeah i stumbled on some websites saying its good for artificial enhancement but not actually helps grow the hair itself. thanks guys
makes sense to me anyway, as one fully stops inflammation… one pushes stagnant blood around and opens up capillaries in the scalp….. how can hair not regrow!
well make sure you scalp massage regularly as this will help a lot in thicker hair effects of the Taoist soap.
Also, only apply on the scalp (if you can), very tiny amount, and quickly wash off (after 5-7 seconds). Remember that this soap behaves different to hard water and soft water, it works on both, but it’s better to apply less to start with, and only a few times a week.
If you buy and age it for at least a year, it will work better (it’s called curing).
thought i should share since everyone here is going crazy about it hehe
Yeah, you shouldn’t use the word scam, as people who aren’t reading properly will think something else.
thanks for posting
yeah i knew that too, they have the reviews on amazon for this where people also said the same.
I have bought from them, they are pretty good. No complaints here.