Jennifer Aniston’s Hair Secrets — Revealed!

People magazine

Jennifer Aniston is almost as famous for her fabulous head of hair as she is for her body of work.


From her early Friends days when “The Rachel” haircut became a cultural phenomenon, to her subsequent years of movie and tabloid fame, Aniston’s Chris McMillan-styled hair has always been her trademark.


And, now, the newly-minted Mrs. Justin Theroux has revealed one of her hair care necessities. PEOPLE magazine’s “Most Beautiful Woman of 2016” recently let readers in on some of the secrets behind her healthy hair. “I’ve got a healthy bag of vitamins I take three times a day, like Viviscal and your basic omegas and vitamin C. Good stuff.”


Now, while you’re surely familiar with omegas and vitamin C, you may not have heard of Viviscal. It’s a hair growth supplement that’s clinically proven to deliver thicker, fuller, more healthy hair.


Boasting a proprietary AminoMar marine complex and a blend of vital nutrients that nourish thinning hair, Viviscal is a favorite of many celebrities and women who have (and flaunt) shiny, healthy heads of hair.


Curious and want to try some yourself or want to learn more before making a decision? SMD stocks Viviscal and we’d be happy to answer any questions you might have. Give us a call for more information or to purchase Viviscal today. 415-887-9758.

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