Nioxin Scalp & Hair Care System & Giveaway

Ever since I turned 30, one of the things I’ve started doing is going over my skin obsessively looking for those tell-tale signs of aging. Luckily I have not found much but I was looking in the wrong place so I started paying attention to my hair. I was losing more and more of it as I brushed and washed it. I didn’t do anything about it though, the women in my family have all been blessed with lots of thick hair so I figured I still had plenty of hair.

Then I received an email asking me if I wanted to try Nioxin. I have heard only good things about the line for awhile now from the local stylists that I know, they recommend the line to people dealing with their own hair loss. With that in mind, I was definitely interested in trying Nioxin to see what it could do for me. After answering a few questions to find out which Nioxin products would be best to address my concerns and hair, I received samples of Nioxin’s Scalp & Hair Care System 7. It includes shampoo (which they call cleanser), conditioner and a scalp treatment, all of which are safe for color treated hair.

I’ve been using the system for a few weeks now and while I think it’s a little too early to tell if it’s restoring that my hair’s fullness, it has done enough for me that I will keep using the system. The system protects my color and the products seem to have brought some life to my hair, I’m noticing more volume from it lately. Most importantly, the system has wonders for my scalp. I have a confession to make; I have trouble with dandruff from time to time. I cannot tell you how embarrassing it is for me to be caught clearing my shoulders or shaking off my shirt to hide my secret shame. It’s hard to be slick while doing this. ;)

The Nioxin system has transformed my scalp, it is as clean as a whistle now. At first, I was a little unsure of it. My problem seemed to be worse than ever but after a quick chat with my personal hair guru, she told me that one thing Nioxin is fantastic at is clearing all the toxins and gunk (yes, gunk) out of your scalp to that the products do a better job. Sure enough, I stuck with it and my situation is thankfully under control. Now I’m looking forward to less hair loss! I’ll let you know how that goes.

The good news is that today Nioxin is sponsoring a giveaway! They are giving 10 lucky Product Girl readers the opportunity to win their own Nioxin system. Entering to win your own system is super easy. Leave a comment below telling me about your first hair aging/thinning experience. The ten lucky winners will be chosen randomly and  you have until December 7th to leave a comment. Good luck!

Update: Congrats to Denise B, Trisha D, Anne W, Amy C, Marilyn W, Shannon B, Jeni, Cheryl P, Valeen N & Linda L! You won the Nioxin giveaway!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. Products for review were received for review and products will be furnished by brand for giveaway. Please note that this does not influence my experience with the Nioxin system.

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80 Responses to “Nioxin Scalp & Hair Care System & Giveaway”

  1. misty says:

    I’ve been a swimmer since I was 6 years old. It means, my hair has been in chlorinated water for years. I don’t know that’s the reason why my hair now feels dry and looks thin and lifeless, and my scalp often gets itchy. I use a very rich moisturizer or hair mask 2-3 times a week, but my hair does not get shiny like it used to. Also, my gray hair are very frizzy.

  2. Cheryl P says:

    My first hair aging/ thinning experience started in my early teens. According to my mom, the women on her side, start experiencing hair loss and signs of graying at a young age.

  3. Jamie says:

    My hair was always super thick, so when I heard stories from other women about thinning hair, I couldn’t relate to it until it happened to me. Way to much hair on my brush or falling through the air as I brush. I would love to try this system!

  4. Carolyn says:

    I swear I have a receding hair line or something! The hair right in the middle of my forehead has always been thin, but it seems to be getting worse all the time. It seriously concerns me and I’ve considered doing something drastic like getting bangs to hide it, even though I think bangs might look worse. I’d love to give this a try and see if it helps!

  5. Pauline M says:

    I never had any problems with my hair until I had my son and then my hair started to thin. It’s not to bad yet, but I really think that it’s time to start taking a proactive approach to my hair now because it get’s any worse!

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