Nioxin Thinning Hair System Kit 2, $50 to $70 depending where you buy it.
The packaging is lovely, and I do appreciate good packaging even if Big B (the guinea pig for this product) doesn’t care one bit.
It’s nice that there’s an all-in-one “kit” available for six different types of hair, including chemically treated: a cleanser (shampoo), scalp revitalizer (conditioner) and scalp treatment (leave-in). Leaves the guesswork out of it for people.
The products deliver SPF 15 protection, which is pretty important if you’re starting to get bald patches. I hear the sun really likes those.
A hair stylist told another P&Gmom that the shampoo is excellent for removing chlorine build-up (good news for those of you with serious swimmers!), and that the conditioner is a great shaving balm, but, um…
I’m fairly certain that will be just about the most expensive shaving balm you’d ever use on those legs of yours!
The fact is, unfortunately, that this product did nothing for Big B’s thinning hair. He used it exactly as directed for no less than 30 days (probably 40) and you can see the results for yourself.
DISCLAIMER: I’m a P&Gmom and get access to special events and products. However, as always, opinions are my own. I’m pretty sure that’s clear.