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Sunday, May 17

Fibolica Hair Thickening Fibers Review

Once you first noticed that you're getting a receding hairline, you can kiss most of your hair goodbye, especially if it runs in your family. My receding hairline kicked in when I was just eighteen-years-old and I was mostly bald, at least on the tiptop of my scalp, by the time I was twenty-five. While it did bother me at first, eventually I just adjusted to not having that much hair as it is hereditary in my family.

Last month, I was sent a 2-month supply bottle (25 g) of Fibolica hair thickening fiber to test out. One bottle retails for $34.95! It's available in these colors: Black, Dark Brown, Medium Brown, Light Brown, Dark Red, Blonde, Light Blonde, Grey or White.

The fibers are made from Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum, a plant that grows in the arid regions of Morocco. Plant fibers bonds to hairs 200% stronger than other brands that uses fibers made from wool.

As you can see by the photo of my head, I'm pretty much bald. I was well aware that the fiber hairs bond to existing hairs and my main goal of trying out the Fibolica (dark brown) was to help thicken my existing hair on my scalp. The Fibolica is simple to use, just sprinkle the fibers over your bald spots and your done. It isn't a permanent solution to hair loss as you need to use the fibers on a daily basis and it's not going to regrow your hair either. Overall, the Fibolica is pretty good product as it can help fill in your hair.

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I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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