Unrealistic Adverts from Livon Hair Gain Tonic
If you have been watching television you must have come across the advertisement broadcasted for Livon Hair Gain Tonic. In the advertisement you must have seen an almost bald person using Livon Hair Gain Tonic and coming up with long silky realistic hair.
Now scientifically it is proven that there is no proper solution for hair loss so how can people just fall pray to such false adverts and why are there no boards controlling such false advertisements. Drugs such as Minoxodil Solution haven’t worked so how can a commercial product such as Livon Hair Gain Tonic work in promoting hair regrowth.
Honestly it is a complete waste of money and the censor board controlling the broadcasting should do something about all these false claims products such as Livon Hair Gain Tonic make. People are being cheated into using the product and if you read the reviews around the web not even one person have been successfully treated for hair loss after using the product. So friends stop wasting money on such unrealistic product and use your common sense.
Scientist have been continuously researching on hair loss and they haven’t been able to find a solution so far so how can a company make such tall claims without any proof. Friends please stop falling prey to such adverts, Livon Hair Gain Tonic is a complete waste of money and it will not even control hair loss let alone claims if promoting hair growth.
Stop wasting money and be smart. The only way of growing back hair is going for a transplant else if you can’t afford a transplant go for hair bonding or hair weaving. Though it is not the best solution but at least you won’t feel uncomfortable walking around as a good quality hair replacement system can completely blend in with you hair and look pretty natural.