Find the system that's right for your hair.
Nioxin has several systems available for different hair types. The most common are Nioxin System 1 and 2.
However, people always ask if either Nioxin System 1 or 2 is the correct one for them. These two have many similarities and differences which I will discuss here.
In general, Nioxin is a hair loss prevention product used by men and women whom vary in age and hair types.
It is a highly recommended product as shown by customer reviews on this website.
For most beginners, it is difficult finding the right system.
Nioxin differentiates systems by the type of hair the person has ranging from fine natural, chemically-treated, and coarse hair.
Nioxin has 6 systems in their lineup. However, the general idea is the same for all systems, which contains a shampoo, conditioner, and treatment.
Each system is different in its own right – the Nioxin systems difference iscatering towards a specific type of hair.
You may be thinking how can I determine the type of hair I have. This is something your local salon or a friend/family member can help with. Have someone feel your hair to see if it is fine or coarse. This is the first step in choosing a proper system.
Nioxin 1 and 2 can be used by people with fine natural hair. So if you have this type of hair, then the only remaining decision is if Nioxin 1 or 2 is right for you.
Nioxin System 1 and 2 have many similarities. Both systems usually come with a 3-part system containing a shampoo, conditioner, and scalp treatment. Similarities also include:
There are major differences between these systems which are important to understand. The differences are:
These differences are not minor but you must determine which category you fall under. Again your best bet would be to ask a 3rd person – family/friends, barber, or even better, a professional salon. An example of these types of hair are shown on the right.
Also, Nioxin System 2 does not include the Transactive Delivery technology. This technology delivers vitamins, botanicals, and anti-oxidants to your scalp leaving it refreshed and clean. The only reason System 2 might not have this technology is because the amount of hair has decreased on the scalp and thus is not required.
I laid out the similarities and differences for you above. The ingredients in both of these systems are the same. The only major differences include the type of hair you have and also the lack of the delivery technology in System 2.
Nioxin, however, does not warn its users from mixing and matching between these systems. If you would like to have the clean and refreshed scalp, then try Nioxin System 1.
If you see that you are not getting any results after 45 days, then it is best to resort to the actual system you should be using. Also understand that this is a long-term process and most likely these systems will replace your traditional shampoos and conditions.
Therefore, if you are currently in the normal to thin-looking hair, you should immediately begin using Nioxin System 1 starting today. This way you are preparing yourself if you do have hair loss in the future.
Hopefully, it is clear now if Nioxin System 1 or 2 is right for you.
If you would like more information about Nioxin's product line, check out the articles below: