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I have taken a deep dive into two beasts in the hair growth game and gone head to head with them: Bondi Boost vs. Feel It Formula.
We’re looking at things like:
- Application method (whether you want a topical or pill specifically, this is good to know)
- Hair suitability (some topical products don’t work as well for different hair types)
- How long to results?
- Price (which, of course, overall will be determined by how it takes to get results
- And all the rest…
Bondi Boost Hair Growth Shampoo
BondiBoost HG Duo Shampoo + Conditioner Bundle [10.14fl oz each] - Improves Appearance for Thinning Hair - Volumizing + Hydrating + Nourishing - Sulfate/Paraben Free, for Women/Men - Australian Made
- HOLY GRAIL OF HAIR CARE - This shampoo and conditioner are developed explicitly for thinning and aging hair types. A world away from supermarket products, it contains a proprietary phytoactive boosting blend of Aloe Vera, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Saw Palmetto - key ingredients that fight against thinning hair.
Active Ingredients: Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil
Hair Type Suitability: All Hair Types
Usage Frequency: Daily
What The Sales Page Doesn’t Tell You About Bondi Boost
Dr. Miracle’s Feel It Formula Hair Growth Oil
Dr. Miracle's Daily Moisturizing Gro Oil, Blended with Vitamins A, D, E, Avocado & Aloe Vera For Healthy Hair Growth, 4 Ounce
- PROVEN HAIR CARE - Dr Miracle's Feel It Formula, Strengthen Daily Moisturizing Gro Oil soothes & treats the scalp and promotes healthy hair growth. Provides hydration and moisture for hair, especially dry brittle ends. Great for Hot Oil Treatments! - lightweight oil that nourishes, hydrates and soothes the
Active Ingredients: Tea Tree Oil, Jojoba Oil
Hair Type Suitability: All Hair Types
Usage Frequency: Varied
What The Sales Page Doesn’t Tell You About Feel It Formula
Initial Thoughts and First Impressions
When I first got my hands on Dr. Miracle’s Feel It Formula Hair Growth Oil, the packaging was pretty standard. Nothing fancy, but it did have all that talk about promoting hair growth and stimulating the scalp. I’m always a bit skeptical with these kinds of promises because let’s face it, we’ve all been disappointed by hair products that claim to work miracles before. The product has this distinct scent – some might find it medicinal, others might say it’s kinda minty. It didn’t bother me much, but if you’re sensitive to smells, this might catch you off guard.
The thing is, when they say “Feel It Formula,” they really mean it. After applying the oil as directed, there was this warm, tingling sensation on my scalp. Not gonna lie, it felt kind of good – like something was actually happening up there.
Application and Consistency
The consistency of the oil is something worth noting. It’s not too thick or greasy which I liked because who wants to look like they haven’t showered in days? Drizzling those drops around your scalp isn’t rocket science and massaging it in is rather therapeutic.
But here’s a tip from me – don’t go overboard with the amount you use; a little goes a long way unless you want your pillowcase to get ‘conditioned’ too overnight. Also, if you have fine or thin hair like mine, be ready for your strands to fall flat unless you time your washes strategically.
Long-Term Use and Results
I’ve been using this hair growth oil for quite some time now – we’re talking months here – so I’ve got some dirt on whether or not those initial tingles turn into actual results.
First off: – My scalp definitely feels healthier – The dryness has gone down – And yeah… I think my hair seems thicker? But don’t expect overnight success; patience is key with this stuff.
The Good vs The Bad
Obviously there are highs and lows here: **The Good Stuff** – That tingle makes me feel like something’s working. – Not as greasy as other oils. – No drastic negative reactions on my sensitive scalp. **The Not-so-Good Stuff** – Results aren’t quick – can be discouraging if you’re impatient. – If used too much or too often can make your hair kinda limp. – That scent is a hit or miss – could use an olfactory makeover.
Pricing and Value for MoneyWhen considering value for money, Dr. Miracle’s isn’t necessarily cheap but also not exorbitantly priced compared to other specialty oils out there. You get what seems like an honest attempt at a quality product without feeling totally robbed at checkout.
On balance though… Do I see myself buying another bottle? Tough call – while I appreciate certain aspects of the product (hello happy scalp), my inner critic says I should keep fishing around because maybe there’s something better suited for me personally in that vast ocean of hair products.