Hair fall can be stressful for many people. And I am one among the many. I have been struggling with severe hair fall for a couple of months. On weekends I will be completely engaged with my hair fall control remedies. But nothing worked for me.
Finding a hair fall solution that works can be even more difficult. So instead of going ahead with experiments, I decided to seek expert advice. For the Diwali holiday, I went to my cousin’s place, who is a dermatologist. I spoke to her about my hair fall issue, and she quickly suggested Anveya’s Ban the Fall Serum.
Ban the fall serum
I also came across the name ‘Ban The Fall’ quite a few times on Facebook and Insta. The product appealed to me because it is India’s first hair fall control solution designed exclusively for women. So I decided to give it a try. I ordered Anveya’s Ban The Fall Hair Serum online without a second thought. This review is based on my experience with the product over the past three months. I am publishing my honest, unbiased review of this hair fall control serum through this blog. We will take a closer look at a hair fall control serum that promises to help reduce hair loss by 26% and promote growth. We will evaluate the effectiveness of this much-talked-about hair fall solution. So let’s get started.
I received this hair fall control serum (Ban The Fall) on 30th Oct. It came in good, sturdy packing. I thoroughly reviewed the ingredients list and the instructions on the product’s label. Anveya’s Ban The Fall is a hair oil-in serum containing onion oil. The prime feature of this hair fall treatment is that it is infused with basil extract and chamomile extract, which is known to improve blood circulation, stimulate the hair follicles, strengthen the root, reduce hair loss, and promote the growth of thick, dense hair. It has a watery consistency which aids in easy application and quick absorption. Moreover, it is a silicone-free hair serum that is applied directly on the roots of the hair.
From 1st Nov, I started using this hair fall control solution. As mentioned on the label, I used to apply this serum to the roots of my hair at night before going to bed. I gently massage the scalp for 2 minutes to distribute the product evenly. Let it rest overnight and then wash it off in the morning with a mild shampoo. As mentioned on the product’s label, I applied this hair fall control solution twice a week.
After the first few days of application, I have not seen any noticeable outcome. I was inquisitive, but I knew that hair fall control would not happen overnight, and I had to be consistent and patient. After using this product for 1 month, I gradually started noticing that the number of hairs on the comb, pillowcases, and bathroom basin had reduced. Additionally, my scalp feels hydrated and healthier, and the dryness and itchiness have disappeared.
After 45 days of application, there was a visible difference in the texture and appearance of my hair. My hair has become soft, smooth, and dense. I was head over heels in love with my hair after a long time. My hair which was once lame, thin, and dull, has now become thick, dense, and bouncy. This hair fall treatment has pumped life into my lackluster hair.
After 60 days of applying this hair fall treatment, I can proudly say that my hair fall issue is under control. Another perk of this hair fall control solution which I would like to mention here is, that it is thoughtfully curated with science-backed ingredients that have proven efficacy in controlling hair fall. As it is enriched with natural extracts, you don’t have to worry about the product’s side effects.
In these few days of my struggle with hair fall, I learned that instead of subjecting your hair to random haircare products, embracing products infused with the right ingredients is the way to go. Your hair will be thankful to you.
This hair serum lives up to its name, ‘Ban The Fall.’
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