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Shed happens. We typically lose about 50 to 100 strands of hair per day, according to the American Academy of Dermatology Association. That might not amount to much, considering we have roughly 100,000 hairs on our heads that regrow regularly. But if you see your scalp starting to peek through, it might be time for an intervention. What if you could reduce the problem for less than $30?
This set is marked down to just $27 (from $40). That breaks down to about $14 per bottle, which over 17,000 fans think is a great price. Plus, the generous 16 fl. oz. size will last ages, it's a fraction of the price of getting professional hair-growth treatments and we haven't seen it at a price this low since last summer.
Why do I need this?
The formula — great for both men and women, by the way — is jam-packed with good-for-your-locks ingredients, like biotin, zinc, collagen, peptides and spirulina extract, all of which work together to give you a fuller head of hair. DHT blockers help prevent loss and thinning. It's safe to use on colored hair. Got curls? Fine hair? Dry? Oily? No problem!
What reviewers say:
According to 17,000-plus five-star fans, well, it just works. "From the very first time I used this, my hair was incredibly soft, shiny and my roots weren't oily at the end of the day! I'm so amazed by this stuff," one shared. "Three days into using this, a random stranger told me my hair was so beautiful and shiny. I was completely taken aback, since my hair has been dyed and damaged for years."
One thrilled shopper called it their "holy grail" hair product, adding, "I have PCOS [polycystic ovary syndrome] and deal with mild hair loss and just overall dryness. This stuff is sooo good. I can’t believe how soft and healthy my hair is after one wash."
New mamas also swear by the stuff. One wrote: "I’m in the midst of some major postpartum hormonal hair loss, which resulted in [a] bald spot. I read reviews for this shampoo/conditioner and gave it a shot. So glad I did, as just two months later the bald spot had completely grown in! I’m ridiculously thankful for this shampoo and conditioner — just ordered another batch!"
Have color-treated hair? Use this set every other time you wash your hair, and swap in your favorite color-saving shampoo to help preserve your shade. According to one reviewer, "This shampoo smells great but doesn't lather up at all. Also, I could see some of the color in my hair going down the drain."
Wishing for a fuller mane? This Nioxin kit contains everything you need to get started on your own hair-thickening journey. The trio includes shampoo, conditioner and a scalp treatment, plus a thickening spray — all specially formulated to fight thinning.
"Great for thinning hair," gushed a satisfied shopper. "I love this brand, and for thin hair, it’s wonderful; smells amazing and helps [with] my hair growth and thickness. If you have never used Nioxin, you should!"
In case the idea of applying a snail secretion to your skin never crossed your mind, take it from thousands of Amazon shoppers — it's effective! This serum has amassed a cult-like following thanks to its lightweight, refreshing feel and hydrating, rejuvenating effects. Snail mucin not only helps boost collagen and elastin for a firmer look and feel, but it can also gently exfoliate for a smoother texture while also soothing the skin. Reviewers reported noticing everything from a brighter complexion to a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and dark spots after using. Good skin care can cost a bundle these days, so to find such a highly-rated product on sale for just $15 is a win in our book.
This multi-use hair tool rarely goes on sale, and while it's certainly not cheap, it's currently down to the lowest price we've ever seen. With attachments for curling, smoothing, shaping and more, it'll feel like you have your own little handheld salon.
Why have a bunch of weights lying around your house when you can get everything you need out of this adjustable one? It can replace six kettlebells — just turn the dial to set it between 8 and 40 pounds. It's down to its lowest price in months!
The luxurious texture and sweet berry scent make this mask a delightful addition to your nighttime beauty routine, and you’ll wake up with soft, supple and nourished lips. It rarely goes on sale, and this is the lowest price we're seeing.
If your denim collection could use a refresh, these No. 1 bestselling jeans belong in your wardrobe. Not only are they flattering with their leg-lengthening high waist, but reviewers also say they're super comfortable — and the tapered design will highlight your cute fall boots. Plus, they start at a ridiculous $11 — over 75% off!
Keep your feet nice and toasty with these No. 1 bestselling wool socks, which come in the cutest colors and prints. They're soft and warm, yet breathable, and at over 50% off, they'd make perfect stocking stuffers (though you should definitely get a pack for yourself, too!).
As Christmas creeps closer, so does the annual fight to grab the best beauty advent calendars as soon as they go on sale. It’s no wonder: brimming with exclusive, limited edition minis and often full sized products, most of the best make-up advent calendars work as a Christmas gift in their own right.
An adult man once hailed as a child prodigy in China has decided to depend on his parents and live his entire life without a regular job. Rise of the “prodigy”: Born in 1995, Zhang Xinyang first gained acclaim as the “little prodigy” when he was 2.5 years old for being able to read over 2,000 Chinese characters. At age 5, Zhang was enrolled in a primary school but was bumped to second grade in less than a month.
The Russian missile ship the Askold, which was destroyed on Nov. 4 after a Ukrainian missile struck the shipyard in Kerch, on the east coast of the occupied Crimean peninsula, will not be repaired, a Telegram news channel has claimed.
A woman in China received an unexpected 430,000-yuan (approximately $60,300) restaurant bill after she inadvertently shared the ordering code online, leading others to place food orders using it. What happened: The woman, surnamed Wang, mistakenly posted her table’s ordering QR code on her WeChat page while intending to share food photos of the hotpot restaurant she visited with her friend on Nov. 23, according to South China Morning Post. Despite limiting the post’s visibility to only her contacts, many people had scanned the code and placed fake orders, later resulting in the $60,300 bill for 1,850 portions of fresh duck blood, 2,580 portions of squid and 9,990 portions of shrimp paste.
So much for Pep Guardiola’s insistence at the start of the season that Manchester City are heading to their fourth successive title. After a comprehensive defeat by a magnificent Aston Villa, his side have slumped to fourth place in the table, six points behind the leaders Arsenal. Here’s how much they are drifting off the pace: Manchester United – a side who have spent much of the season serving up fodder for comedy writers – are now only three points behind them.