A brand-new, award-winning hair growth product has taken Amazon by storm. The Waterman’s Grow Me shampoo has been hailed as a “miracle cure” with hundreds and hundreds of reviews rejoicing over the results that the product had provided.
The highly-raved shampoo and conditioner are both sulfate and paraben free. They can be sold as a set for £22.95 (approx. US$29.20), or individually for £12.95 (approx. US$16.48) each.
The product description states:
“Brings back the life to dull hair, hair with no body or bounce and brings back life to dyed hair. For the healthiest looking locks use Watermans.
Clinically proven anti-hair loss, hair growth stimulating protein used in our formulas. For hair growth, slowing the rate of hair loss, improving your natural growth rate or thickness and condition Watermans is the product for you.”
Watermans Grow Me shampoo and conditioner has people claiming that it helped “bring their hair back to life” and some customers with thinning hair have also reached out to state that after using the product many people noticed their locks had gotten noticeably thicker.
In fact, the product has more than 400 five-star reviews on Amazon!
One very satisfied customer wrote:
“I have struggled with some hair loss from stress, and I can say that this product has really helped bring my hair to life again. I was skeptical at first, but it took about 1-2 weeks of me using the products regularly to notice the [difference] and my hair loss has definitely reduced significantly. I would honestly say for the other skeptics out there to give it a try! Definitely my new go-to shampoo and conditioner!”
Social media has been filled with people’s before-and-after pictures and positive reactions towards the product’s effect, showing the dramatic transformations of their hair. Many of the shared photos showed areas which previously appeared patchy but now are fully covered with hair.
Have you tried this “miracle” product?
Twitter’s ‘Search Party’ Reunites Long-Lost Childhood Best Friends
Thank you, Twitter!
The power of Twitter has been harnessed for good once again! Thanks to a crowdsourced search party, two long-lost childhood friends have been reunited.
Twitter user Bri @briannacry (Brianna Cry) took to the social media site asking other users to help her find a girl she had met during a short night of friendship back in 2006 on a cruise in Hawaii. And just like that, the Mississippi woman’s wish came true.
Divorced Man Shares How It Feels Like To Stop Wearing The Wedding Ring
“It’s been more than two years since I parted ways with my now ex-wife. I haven’t worn a wedding ring since the day I watched her drive away.”
Ask any married person about how it feels to forget wearing their wedding ring and most of them will likely answer this – it feels awkward. In fact, some would even describe it as something similar to “missing a body part” because they’re so used to have the little symbol of love on their finger.
So how does it feel to officially stop wearing it because of separation? One divorced man took the time to write about it about it and it’s just so touching. His words are just so spot on it’s heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time.
Dan Pearce of the Single Dad Laughing site shared what it feels like to stop wearing the ring – and how life is like after divorce.
15 Photos Show Us What Prison Cells Look Like In Different Countries
Which ones are the best and which are the worst?
One of the most common consequences of committing crime is imprisonment. Whether you are there for a few years or for a lifetime, you can just imagine how being confined there and losing your freedom can surely feel like hell.
Besides, who would want to get locked up in a place for crooks and psychos, right? So we all should really do our best to live as righteous, law-abiding citizens if the thoughts alone of staying in prison scares the pants out of you.
It is, however, still interesting to think about prison cells vary from country to country. In this compilation we have for you, we get to see how prisoner conditions are different depending on where you are. ...