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Review - Miracle Hair Regrowth

Miracle Hair Regrowth in Lavender
Address: 468 North Bridge Road 02-5079 Singapore 190468

I bought this from Groupon in October, after seeing some positive reviews on their website and partially because many others bought it too. I tried finding for more reviews but to no avail. So I decided to try it myself and post reviews here!

I've been having hair loss problems for 1-2years already(because of the hairshow), so scared that I would go bald soon :( Hopefully this works for me. Anyway, I made time to go down today, just before they close for CNY, was greeted by this chinese lady and was directed to a sofa to fill up a form. The place was empty at that time and the setting of the place seems like a normal HDB flat(it's not). After filling up the form, she talked to me about the treatments they had and how long it would take to see results(min. 1 month - 12treatments). She went on to check my hair and took pictures so as to show me the difference once these treatments were done. No hard selling so far.

So the treatment, she said that it would be a sound vibrational energy therapy. I was surprised because I was told to sit there quietly for 20minutes to listen to calm, soothing music. That was all, nothing else and I was told to come back on 1st Feb. Lol. I have no idea how this would help. My mum laughed when I told her about it :( I hope the second treatment would be different?

*Update 1st Feb: Another "music therapy" and I've checked with her, if you sign up a package of 12 sessions, it would cost $1,800! And all sessions are just "music therapy"! :o Does it really work? I'm starting to doubt those testimonials posted online.

(PS: Don't try it unless you're really rich and convinced that it would definitely work for you.)

Comments

  1. Go on. I'm writing this as I'm sitting the room listening to the music. Please share how went your treatment. I'm quite skeptical about about it.

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  2. Lol! You're not suppose to use your mobile phone or any electronic devices while listening to the music:x
    They mentioned that it'll affect the treatment. Frankly speaking, I've only tried 2 treatments so I doubt there'll be any hair growth. Plus, I won't be getting the package, it's too expensive+doubt it works!

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  3. hi there, have u gone for your 3rd & 4th session? isit still listening to music only? thanks!

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  4. Hello, yes it's just listening to the music :(

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