I posted the Camp Wander version of this clinical trial inspired serum back in November of 2013, I've been using the serum twice a week, sometimes only once since then. While I blowing out my hair this morning, trying to deal with the unruly new growth in front (as shown above) I decided it's time for an Organic Root Stimulating Serum
update. Note: the rest of my bangs or fringe in front is at least 10 inches long, this is definitely new growth and I'm very, very happy with the results!
What excited me most besides more regrowth is the fact that the ingredients are completely natural and, affordable! No doctor visit, no prescription just pure essential oils, organic Emu oil and a dash of time and commitment. That said, the serum isn't perfect and because it's oily it needs to be applied at night and washed out in the morning. As I mentioned in the original post, Organic Root Stimulating Serum
there's no guarantee it will work for everyone. If you're balding, it may or may not be effective. The best results seem to come to those with thinning hair, where there's still some growth activity and active hair follicles. In my own case, I saw rapid growth in some areas (as shown) and slow growth in others. I've not been consistent at all with application which may be why but I can't be sure.
Several weeks ago I was pleased to find out that this same serum is helping people with thinning eyebrows! That happy surprise never crossed my mind until I read a comment left on the original blog post, yay! I encourage you to read the original blog post and to follow the link to the clinical trial run in Scotland who led the study using Lavender, Rosemary, Cedarwood and Thyme pure essential oils along with organic emu oil
I do believe the effort is worth a try, just remember that sooner is better than later. Once follicles fail, it's next to impossible to stimulate and revive them back to healthy hair growth. If you have challenges with alopecia or chemo related hair loss, this simple serum could help you. As you'll read in the study summary, these conditions were what inspired the need and design of the clinical trial.