Trichotin Hair Regenesis was a product that really piqued my interest when I was sent some information about it, so I jumped at the opportunity to try it out. Let’s face it, we spend a lot of time and money on making ourselves look good from the outside, but there a few of us naughty ones out there (me included) who don’t do much to help our hair and skin from the inside. If you are what you eat, then I’m basically 100% pasta and melted cheese with a side serving of Liquorice Allsorts.
The best place to start for healthy hair and skin is from the inside out, and if you get that right you won’t need to spend as much money on treatments and makeup in the first place. Trichotin is a luxury supplement which helps to reduce hair loss and provides anti-ageing ingredients and nutrients for peak hair condition – and it helps your skin too. What is does after you swallow your daily dose is a bit scientific, so here is an extract from their site to explain:
Trichotin’s high-tech absorption and delivery system stimulates blood flow and oxygen delivery to the skin and scalp via increased capillary perfusion – thus amplifying delivery and increased availability of essential nutrients and vital oxygen. This process results in regeneration of damaged hair follicles and skin cells. The combination of vitamins, minerals and Nettle Root Extract work in synergy with Glycine to encourage the growth of protein chains in collagen, while facilitating the removal of skin toxins. This stimulation and detoxification process, combined with the proven benefits of Co-Enzyme Q10, enhance aerobic cellular respiration, minimising the ageing process. The result: A clearer, more radiant skin.
I’m not quite through my first jar of Trichotin (the packaging is very luxe for a supplement by the way, packaged in a glass jar which reminds me of a skincare product and makes me enjoy taking it) but I have seen a real improvement in my skin over the past month. I don’t know whether to thank my daily dose of Trichotin or the combination of skincare products I am using, or whether they’re all contributing a bit, but I have to say I’m happier with my skin than I have been in years.
As for my hair, I haven’t noticed a huge difference as my hair is naturally thick and grows like a weed anyway, but the combination of vitamins, kelp, folic acid and other ingredients can only be doing good things. For a list of ingredients in Trichotin you can click here. I will do an update post when I’ve finished my two months’ supply and let you know how my hair and skin are doing.
Trichotin Hair Regenesis can be purchased for R365 from various salons. You can click here for a list of stockists. They also have a Dermagen skincare supplement (R395) in capsule form which addresses skin tone, clarity, elasticity, detoxifies and helps skin disorders which I’m very keen to try when I finish my two month supply of Trichotin.
I have a month’s supply of Trichotin worth R365 to give away to one reader. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment saying why you think your hair needs a boost, and tweet “I want to win a month’s supply of #TrichotinHairRegeneis with @bronwynh1981 for beautiful hair from the inside out http://wp.me/p2X68U-1SF”
I will draw a winner on 30th June.
And the winner is… Congrats Prettifulblog!