I use the grow new hair treatment only on my scalp and massage it for about 5 minutes, then leave it in for 30 minutes. I started to use this product one year ago. My husband thinks I will don’t need it anymore, because my alopecia and extremely thin hair is gone. I don’t care if I have perfect hair or not it doesn’t matter. This product improves the quality of my hair and if I use too much it does not cause any damage. I just feel I am doing the best to maintain healthy hair!

Grow New Hair Treatment

I use the grow new hair treatment only on my scalp and massage it for about 5 minutes, then leave it in for 30 minutes. I started to use this product one year ago. My husband thinks I will don’t need it anymore, because my alopecia and extremely thin hair is gone. I don’t care if I have perfect hair or not it doesn’t matter. This product improves the quality of my hair and if I use too much it does not cause any damage. I just feel I am doing the best to maintain healthy hair!

I really like how closely this photo shows this person's face, and how you can see the individual tears. I also like how this photo is in black and white as it makes is more powerful. We could use a photo like this for a cover or indepth about an emotional topic.  Hannah Menchel

40 Captivating Photos That Depict Human Emotion

I really like how closely this photo shows this person's face, and how you can see the individual tears. I also like how this photo is in black and white as it makes is more powerful. We could use a photo like this for a cover or indepth about an emotional topic. Hannah Menchel

Angelina Jolie photographed by Mark Seliger for Rolling Stone, 1999. Why is she crying? Still looks pretty

Angelina Jolie photographed by Mark Seliger for Rolling Stone, 1999. Why is she crying? Still looks pretty

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