Test Driving Phytocyane Revitalizing Shampoo for Women

When I first used Phytocyane Revitazing Shampoo, my hair felt noticeably lighter, cleaner! I have a feeling that this is going to be worth the close to P800 (approx. $17) it was sold for in Rustan’s. But then again, it is a little soon to conclude that it does its claim of helping women grow back lost hair. I hope it works for me, though. 😉

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I have read quite a handful of articles on how good PHYTO Paris is when it comes to taking care of hair.  My locks aren’t exactly fine but they aren’t thick either.  I first experienced hair fall six months after giving birth to my son, which is natural.  Three times I got pregnant, although two of which ended up miscarried, my body still reads it as giving birth. So 6 months after each, I shed off quite a disturbing amount. I don’t anymore, thanks to Leyende’s Clear and Present Shampoo. I wanna try Photocyane this time to test drive if it really grows hair back.  I don’t want to wait until my hair is super duper receding before I do something about it. I will post a review on it as soon as I find any noticeable difference.  Like perhaps some sprouting baby hairs would be very encouraging.  I will surely let you know, folks! 🙂

The Phyto representative I spoke with advised to use Phytocyane every other day, for at least four months for me to see the result.  I love the way this shampoo is nicely packaged.  It’s classy and lovely, save for the fact that they could have designed it to properly dispense the shampoo. The bottle’s mouth is a little too big for such a product with the consistency of water. I kid you not! And if you’re a first timer like myself, it is almost a given that you’re going to spill some on first use. So as nice and as elegant the bottle is, I’m going to have to look for a pump dispenser or risk having to waste some every single time I use it.  This is something I think the Phyto people should look into.  So there watch out for my Phytocyane Revitalizing Shampoo for Women review in the coming months. 🙂

Comments (4)

  1. zulvera shampoo

    Shampoos are good. Over usage of these chemicals lead to damage of hair.

  2. Beauty For A Living

    I’ve been using this for a month, together with the treatment vials. I have pimples all over my hairline and scalp! But my hair feels thicker. So… okay!

    Did you get yours free? ARGH! I bought mine. This stuff is expensive. I spent more than P3,000!!! I don’t know if I’ll buy again…

  3. admin (Post author)

    Oh my Frances! I developed pimples all over my head, two weeks since I started using it. I bought mine from Essences. I’m still using it, hoping it will go away. 🙁
    I wondered if I should’ve used it with the vials. But then again, now that you said that you also developed the same, naku I’m thankful that I didn’t get the vials as well. The worst part is, on the third week, my hair started falling. To think that I wasn’t even having a hair fall episode when I started using it. I really just hoped for thicker locks.:-( Atleast your hair feels thicker now. I want to give it a couple more months and if nothing changes, I’m gonna have to stash it away. I might just end up losing all my hair altogether.:-(

  4. Beauty For A Living

    I stopped using it two weeks ago and I still have pimples, but at least they’re already drying up so that means it was really this shampoo that caused the zits. I’m not buying it ever again!

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