You might have remembered this post depicting the growth cycles of our hair during the various seasons of the year. Fall and winter are the two seasons where growth slows and shedding increases. Three months from now, I want to be sprouting healthy, vibrant hair. That's where the GNC Hair Skin and Nails program steps in. I've had a pretty stressful last few months and I can clearly see where this has taken a toll on my hair and my overall appearance. I'm so ready now to make a positive effort to shift my current reality.
The hair skin and nails program was highly attractive to me because it's a "program". In one box, I get an entire system that includes Evening Primrose Oil, Collagen for healthy skin, and the Hair Skin and Nails formula. One week has passed since I bought this and so far I haven't missed one day. I think it has something to do with the fact that we get enough product to last a full 30 days. I feel like I shouldn't miss one day while on the "program"which motivates me to stay consistent. There just so happened to be a buy one get one 50% off sale so I picked up two boxes. I'll probably pick up another box because I want to go at least a full 90 days (at least) to receive the full benefits. It also helps that these pills are really easy to take. They aren't the gigantic horse pills I remember taking years ago when I tried the Ultra Nourish Hair.
Sometimes I tend to get all excited about something, try it for a little while, then move on to the next. With this, my plan is to stay as consistent as possible. The amount of nutritional benefit in each serving is a source of motivation for me. After checking out the nutritional facts, I was pretty pleased with the wide variety of healthy ingredients available in this nifty program. Here a just some of the few listed:
- Green Tea Extract
- Horsetail (silica)
- Amino Acids
- Fatty Acids
- Vitamin A, C, D, E
There's also the stress that I have to deal with. For the past few months, my thinking hasn't been as powerful as it could be and I know that it's taken its toll on me. Incorporating exercise back into my life should help but I have to take a more active role in creating the ideal environment and the results I desire. Three months from now, we'll be in mid November. The weather will have changed, time will have passed, and I'll be glad I made the decisions I did today.