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Not worth reversing regrown hair for...
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2016
I'm upset with myself for not researching this hairspray further...
Fore-story: I have slight female patterned hair loss/thinning at the peak which I've been treating since November 2015 with great success.
So, in trying to find ways to prevent outside influencers on my thinning hair, I searched for products and diets that affects hair loss.
ALCOHOL is a major contributor to thinning, dry, and weak hair.
Well, this product uses "alcohol-free hairspray" as a keyword phrase. You know, what made me swoon at the thought that there was an alcohol-free hairspray available that (CHA-CHING!) was also on Subscribe & Save.
Welp. I finally read the bottle this evening to see that the very FIRST ingredient is "SD Alcohol 40-B". You know, the absolute worse form of alcohol you can put on your hair...
I'm upset with myself for not looking over the ingredients before buying, you know, since I didn't see past the rose-colored goggles of the top search result for "alcohol-free hairspray".
Outside of the damaging effects of the "bad alcohols" on hair and skin, these alcohols also don't help thinning hair, and can actually make it worse. I won't say "causes hair to thin" because I don't know, for sure, if that's the case.
So, this review is for the thinning-haired, healthy-hair/skin desirers, and those who may also, later, feel duped by a "alcohol-free hairspray" buy-in of excitement to later have your hair go limp from sadness over the flagrant misuse of keyword phrases.
I gave it a 2 (and not a 1) because it does brush out smooth, wash out easily without white flecks or build-up, and holds hard—just like it states. If only the worst form of alcohol wasn't the MAIN INGREDIENT... *Sniffles*.