Friday, November 14, 2014
Looking good is on everybody's mind, but does your hair look healthy? Having a thicker and a healthier head of hair is what gives you the confidence to feel good about yourself! Nobody wants thinning hair and why would they? To have thick and healthy hair, you must make sure you get the nutrients to help repair hair follicles, build strong, healthy and thick hair. Do you get enough nutrients from your diet or can a supplement help?
It has been brought to my attention that Hair La Vie made an error in their description on their website on the ingredients, so here is the email I received stating that!
Hi Ms. Sallee,
This is a follow-up from an email sent to you last week.
My name is Charity and I am the marketing manager for La Muse Beauty. Recently, you signed up via Tomoson and wrote a review for our Hair La Vie product. We are very grateful that you used your platform to write about our product and upon reading your review, I noticed a couple of a couple of errors I would like to bring to your attention.
1. In the article you mention being disappointed that Hair La Vie has pantothenic acid. Pantothenic acid is vitamin b-5, an important vitamin that helps nourish the scalp and prevent hair loss. Our Pantothenic acid is derived from Rice bran which is why I was surprised when you mentioned calcium d-pantothenate. I checked and indeed noticed on our website that our content writer erroneously put the synthetic version of the vitamin online. We have now adjusted that. Thank you for pointing that out.
2. In the article you further mention twice wondering whether the other vitamins are synthetic. I am happy to inform you that all of the ingredients we use are derived from natural sources and even derived from organic sources when available.
I'd really appreciate if you could adjust your article given the new information that you now have. It is extremely important for our potential customers to have the right information especially given the effort we put in to developing a natural and effective hair growth product in an industry where chemicals are the norm.
If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at any time.
Thank you and I look forward to reading your adjusted review. Please notify me when you've made the adjustments.
charity | email@example.com
Get the Beautiful Hair Your Deserve!For this review, I received one bottle of Hair La Vie! Correction: Hair La Vie has pantothenic acid derived from Rice bran and it has been corrected on their website, so it does not contain Calcium D-pantothenate. Here's the other ingredients! I was assured that the other ingredients are Not synthetic!
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B6
- Folic Acid
- Pantothenic Acid
- MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane)
- Hydrolyzed Collagen
- Organic Kelp Extract
- Saw Palmetto Berry Extract
- Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense)
- Bamboo Stem & Leaf Extract (70% Silica)
- Flax Seed Oil Extract
- Borage Oil Extract
Rice Flour, Vegetable Cellulose (Veggie Caps)
Hair La Vie states that it has 16 clinically proven ingredients to help you have that thick and beautiful hair. The ingredients were specially selected for their healing nutrients. Starting at the root of the hair, organic kelp powder and saw palmetto berry powder were selected to help repair the hair follicles. That helps to clear any film, regulate resting time and inhibit follicle shrinkage.
The biotin, pantothenic acid and flax seed oil powder, can promote a healthy metabolism of oils on the scalp, preventing dryness, keeping the scalp clear of dandruff and other debris. It also strengthens the elasticity of your hair’s cortex, preventing breakage.
The company states that all the ingredients are natural and that they all work together to help stimulate hair growth from the inside out. Hair La Vie has no secret additives, fillers or binders.
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Posted by Bonny Sallee at 11/14/2014 09:25:00 PM