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River

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Hello everyone and Happy New Year! I am getting my order together and have a question regarding the grey hair serum and the hair growth serum. I am growing out a pixie, but also am going grey *shudder*.

Can I use both serums? Or alternate? I wash every other day or third day also.

Thanks for any help.
Thank goodness for Skinactives.
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You can use both and alternate but how about buying one at a time? If you don't like one you will not like the other, they are very similar.
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Hi Hannah,

If I have oily scalp, can I use both these products? If not, what can I use instead?

Thanks much,
linda
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Bothe serums are water based and will not promote sebum production. You will be fine!

Check your conditioner, if you use one. You may not need it.
River

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Thank you Hannah! Happy New Year!!
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Hello everyone and Happy New Year! I am getting my order together and have a question regarding the grey hair serum and the hair growth serum. I am growing out a pixie, but also am going grey *shudder*. Can I use both serums? Or alternate? I wash every other day or third day also. Thanks for any help. Thank goodness for Skinactives.


Have you used cosmetic peptides before? For Growing hair?

River

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No Ruoyo I have not used peptides for growing hair.
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Good thing you did not! There is no evidence that copper can help with hair growth, unless you have a copper deficiency which is SO rare. A lot more common is to have too much copper, and that will decrease synthesis of collagen and hyaluronic acid and who knows what else. Copper is a micronutrient, at high concentrations it is toxic!!!!
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Maybe you are right, but I heard from my friend, he used biotin tripeptide for growing hair
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In our forum, which is based in scientific knowledge documented in reputed journals, anecdotal evidence is not a valid argument.
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