|Foxbrim Total Hair Repair Oil Treatment |
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I have good hair for the most part. When I fix it it's good. I don't use a ton of stuff on it. That's probably why it's not very damaged. I don't have anything against products. I'm a stay at home mom. I don't spend an hour on my hair to sit at home. Some people do and that's fine. I prefer the ponytail look when I am just chilling at home. My youngest has Sotos Syndrome. Sotos has many things associated with it. A high hair line, thin hair and being 3 years old without enough hair for a ponytail are all parts of Sotos. I was bald until I was like 4 so it's also a family thing. I think she is the most adorable "hair challenged" little girl in the whole wide world and it doesn't bother me that it hasn't grown it yet. It will eventually. Right now I stick whatever small bow I can in it so people will stop saying what a cute little boy I have (UGH!!). What does bother me is that her short thin red little locks get the most horrible tangles in them. I hate having to get them out. I know it hurts and she just fights and tries to run away.
I started using Foxbrim Total Hair Repair Oil Treatment on her hair recently. I started using it initially because it is a leave in conditioner and I hoped that it would help with the tangles. It makes her hair so soft and it keeps the tangles under control. It also makes her beautiful red hair have an amazing shine. I didn't expect any of the other results. Her hair has gotten so much thicker! I was able to put it in a ponytail for the first time last week. It was a short ponytail but it was a ponytail. Her hair is smoother and lays down when I brush it now. It isn't frizzy like it was before but the thickness is what has left me amazed. Her hair is growing faster also. It is much longer than it was just a few weeks ago. It has made a huge difference in the look and feel of her hair. I have also used it on my hair a few times and love how soft if leaves my hair feeling.
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