This report is an update on Keranique hair regrowth success after 3 months of using the product system. See the review about the Keranique regrowth treatment in case you missed it. Read what I think about the product after three months of use.
- Reset of a Receding Hairline
- Bangs Aren’t a Solution for a Receding Hairline
- Keranique’s System Is a Great Solution Reversing Hair Loss
- The Procedure to the Keranique Hair Regrowth Success
- In Conclusion
Disclosure: The hair regrowth serum and conditioner are samples from Keranique given to me. They did not endorse the post. All opinion are my own and are 100% honest. This post contains affiliate links.
Reset of a Receding Hairline
In my late forties, I realized that my hairline was receding. From the retrospective, it actually had receded, but obviously stopped receding after menopause. A friend of mine had taken a photo of me, a side view. It made me aware of the recession. And yes, I recall my hairdresser recommending to go for bangs for quite a while.
Bangs Aren’t a Solution for a Receding Hairline
I always rejected her suggestion. Why didn’t I follow her advice? In my opinion, bangs only look great when you come back from the hairdresser and maybe another two weeks. Then they need a new trim, which sets your credit card back another $30 plus tip. It’s not about the high maintenance of bangs, but about the outrageously high price for a less than 10 minutes job.
Keranique’s System Is a Great Solution Reversing Hair Loss
After applying the product for three weeks, a major finding was that the first hairs started you grow and had reached about 0.2 in (0.5 cm) in length since onset of the treatment. The hairs looked like baby hairs. The photo below shows how long these babies have become after three months of using the products.
In other words, Keranique’s serum for hair regrowth really works.
Tip: Refuse to hide a receding hairline with bangs. Instead, regrow the hair with the Keranique hair regrowth system, and apply scalp treatments you can do from home.
The Procedure to the Keranique Hair Regrowth Success
Since about three months now, I applied the serum in the morning and evening on my hairline and the receded area. I washed my hair with the shampoo letting it in the hair for some time before rinsing it out. Then I treated the hair with the conditioner which I let rest in the hair a bit longer than the shampoo. I used the spray for styling. The photo below shows the timeline of the progress.
The featured photo collage shows that further “babies” are coming out farther down on my forehead area. It looks like the roots of the entire receded area are now starting to be active again. I am so happy! <3
The product works indeed! And it works well! Of course, it is additional maintenance, but less maintenance than driving to and waiting at the hair dresser every 2-3 weeks just to “hide” a receding hairline. I also think it is so much better to regrow than hiding the loss. Don’t you think so? And one takes the makeup off in the evening anyhow and puts on some night cream. As a result, it’s not so much more to add the serum. And in the morning one does the makeup. It’s just one step more.
Currently, the complete package of shampoo, conditioner, spray and serum cost just $90. The Keranique’s serum for hair regrowth alone costs $28.97. Given the fact that you buy the first three products anyhow about once a month, hair regrowth isn’t that expensive at all. Ok, it’s the equivalent of several lattes. But way cheaper and better than cutting bangs. Start your hair regrowth success now. 😉
Anyhow, I can only recommend to try it for yourself. You can order the complete Keranique package of serum, shampoo, conditioner, and styling spray. When you don’t wash your hair so often or wash it very often or don’t style your locks, you can also buy all the products separately.
For my money, I will keep with the system because it really works me. It makes me so happy that my forehead gets “hairy” again. I can’t wait that my hair is full again as it was in the Old Times.
Photos of me: G. Kramm
Other photos: N. Mölders
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