My first post was dated February 8th. However, I had already used the shampoo twice before posting. I washed my hair every other day. Before washing my hair, I used the Rejuv oil. At first, I had trouble understanding how to use the dropper. It was quite simple. Press the button down on the top of the dropper, while it's still inside the bottle. Then pull it out and apply the drops to several thinning areas on the scalp. For me, that meant the front hair line, the crown and the top back of my head. Next, I used my fingers to massage it into my scalp. I let the oil stay on my scalp for fifteen minutes before I began the process of washing my hair.
The Black Shampoo was very easy to apply. You don't have to remove the lid to get a dime's worth. Simply turn the lid and you'll see the hole at the top of the shampoo open and then squeeze. It's so simple! Surprisingly, a dime's worth is all one needs to provide a generous amount of lather.
I left the shampoo on my hair and scalp for three minutes, rinsed and washed my hair/scalp a second time. Some suds did get into my eyes, but it didn't sting like other shampoos I've used. I followed up this process with the intensive conditioner and let it stay on my hair for one minute and then I rinsed thoroughly.
For the first few shampoo and oil treatments, I really didn't notice much change in my hair (except it was softer and no hair loss). Today, I did! I woke up noticing after I combed my hair that the texture was different. It was more silkier and appeared healthier reminding me of how my hair was as a teenager. Now, is it possible that my hair and scalp are truly going through an anti-aging process? Of course, only time will tell!
In addition to the shampoo, conditioner, and oil treatment, I have been taking the S3 Supplement Support System containing a proprietary blend. I take one capsule in the morning after my green drink (Dr. Berg's) and then in the evening during supper.
I will post again next week. I plan to make another video to post on teachertube.com and Facebook in March.