Monday, November 03, 2008

Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment

I went to Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment recently to treat my hair problems, I have been going there quite frequently to cure my hair loss problems.
I was recommended to Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment by many netizens when I did an online search for a herbal treatment centre which provides good treatments at a most affordable and reasonable price.
I was lucky for I found Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment! I did not choose other more popular Herbal Hair Treatment Centres that were so aggressively featured on the newspapers, were known for their hard-sell tactics to 'force' customers to sign packages as well as noted for a number of complaints for ineffective treatments by their customers,after spending more than $10,000.
Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment uses top quality herbs for the herbal treatments and whats more, the prices are the cheapest I ever come across: $23 for my hair treatment at its Pasir Ris outlet, treatment of hair of other length and at other Bee Choo branches varies accordingly. The treatment lasts for about 1.5 hours and the results are promising.
It is really a miracle as the lady boss, Bee Choo started treating hair problems for her friends at her house in Pasir Ris and then soon, words spread by mouth, and more and more friends of friends started to turn up at her house. To cope with the ever-increasing customer demand, Bee Choo has to open up an outlet in Ang Mo Kio and recently in Clementi and before Chinese New Year next year, there would be an outlet in Bedok.
I normally come on weekday nights if I need to treat my hair for on weekends, there would be so many customers (which attest to the growing business of Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment). Even on an average weekday night, customers still stream in, and this is really really incredible for a business to expand so rapidly with no advertising but via word of mouth. This must only be due to one thing: the hair treatment works!
What impresses me most is the lady boss, Bee Choo herself. On days when I happen to meet her at one of the branches, I count myself lucky for Bee Choo is a busy lady. Despites her busy schedule, she does not hesitate to offer me advice, check for my scalp health whenever I seek her advice. She is very humble and endearing to her customers, with no sense of air and I could see that her business thrive due to her genuine concern for others' hair problems and her keen willingness to share with others hair health tips.
Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment was also featured on Channel U TV show on value-for-money shops just a few months ago.
If you are losing sleep due to losing hair and do not want to lose money in this economic gloomy period, trying out other hair treatment products of centres which do not prove effective, try Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment, there is no package that you need to sign up for. Just come and do one session whenever you are free within Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment working hours. Visit Singapore Hair Loss Support Group now too.


The Oriental Express said...

Thanks for the recommendation. You have forgotten to give your readers the tel. no and location of the saloon?

Thanking you in advance.


The Oriental Express said...

Eureka! Found it! Sorry for troubling you! Quite slow with computer. It occurred to me to click on the words in blue and I found all the info I wanted.


Saurabh Shastri said...

If you are suffering with hair-loss, you must eat AMLA i.e.Emblica officinalis. Its good fruit rich in vitamin c.

Singapore Short Stories said...

Hi Orient Express,

You may check out the comment at my other blog:

The Oriental Express said...

Aiyoyo Saurabh Shastri,

Thanks for your recommendation but what is this AMLA Emblica Officinalis.....have never heard of this fruit with such a high sounding name. I must have been a bat in my previous life because my fridge is stuffed with more fruits and vegs than meat.

Where can I buy this fruit?

Terima kasih, nandrei, hsieh hsieh, kam sa ham ni da, merci, danke, dhanyabad, brief, a million thanks.!

Singapore Short Stories said...

Pardon me, I have not heard of the fruit Emblica officinalis before but anyway Vitamin C is not a cure for hair loss. Vitamin B may aid in hair loss.

angelinjones said...

Does the Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment slows down hair loss? Does it help in hair growth? I have fine hair, does it help to thicken them? Any side effect?
Sorry for so much questions. Eager to know, since it work for some.
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Singapore Short Stories said...

Dear angelinjones,

Many Thanks for your post.

Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment is supposed to slow down hair growth, promote hair growth, blacken hair and cleanses the scalp.

Hmm I dun want to say so much la cos then I become their free spokeman liao haha.. you can visit their website:

so far after every visit, my scalp is really really very clean. Without advertisements, their businesss is always brisk.

You can try one treatment. No need sign package, just drop in within their office hours. Cost of treatment depends on hair length.

You can also visit my other blog for more information:

See you around!

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