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Outlook for email used to be so easy to use or understand. Now it takes a computer guru which is highly unfair to those of us who are seniors and trying to use products that seem now to be intended for whizzes, not great-grandmothers.
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I've been using Hair Essentials for almost a year. It has worked wonders for me! I've tried Rogaine, Nioxin, Biotin... the list goes on and on. Be aware that you really need to give it a couple months. This product works from the inside out. People can tell a huge difference in my hair and my hair dresser recommends this product to others because of my success with it. It's definitely worth the money compared to other products because it actually works!
Product arrived on time. I'm a big fan of this Elixir! My hair has gotten thicker and better. I found the taste to be just like vitamins. It has a tart fruity taste. Not a problem for me. I don't like taking pills. I mixed the Elixir with 100% no sugar cherry juice and it was perfect. I will definitely order again.
I originally gave this product 5 stars because it seemed to be a miracle solution for my 11yr old male Maine Coon. He gets terrible fleas and even drops had stopped working. This got rid of his fleas, but something much worse eventually happened. We started noticing that he was drinking and eating constantly but wasn't getting fat, if anything he seemed skinnier. We took him to the vet for the senior lab panel that the vet had recommended at his yearly checkup earlier this year. First off, we were astonished that he had dropped from 9 to 6.6 lbs!!! We thought maybe it was diabetes, but that was ruled out, along with kidney failure, thyroid, and just about everything else. The vet was stumped.