Watermans Grow Me product to hit US$6 million sales

Men and women across the world are in love with a US$52 bottle of shampoo and conditioner that users are saying is bringing back their hair.

Watermans, which is based in the UK, has struck a deal with an Amazon Warehouse in the US that ships the products the next day. It has also opened a warehouse in Melbourne, Australia.

Watermans claims one product is being sold every 30 seconds and turnover this year is expected to top US$6.3 million.

Social media is abuzz with the results from using the Watermans Grow Me treatments, which has received more than 400 five-star reviews on Amazon alone, with happy shoppers praising it as a “miracle” product.

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The Grow Me unisex shampoo contains biotin, caffeine and Argan oil and claims to stimulate hair growth, strengthen hair follicles, contains a natural DTT blocker and improves scalp circulation.

The Grow Me conditioner contains cholesterol, caffeine and rosemary. Its usage is said to soften and moisturise hair, revitalise hair, protect and repair, strengthen hair from root to tip, reduce hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

Happy customers have been only too willing to give the product a plug on social media.

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Beautiful fresh blonde ☆ A year ago this client came in to the salon with damaged, short, snapped uneven hair (pic 1)… With the right stylist and following the correct homecare advice she is now transformed into a healthy, classy beautiful blonde. Using matrix colour technology, matrix hair care and watermans grow me home care. By stylist Louise. Here at FeMale ego.. we are less about the hype, we're all about the hair!♡ #hair #blondehair #blonde #matrix #matrixcolour #watermans #watermansgrowme #matrixhaircare #healthyhair #instahair #shineyhair #nodamage #knowledgeispower #hairinspo #hairproffesionals #colourist #proffesionalhair #matrixuk #biolage #hairdressingindustry #hairdressing

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I don’t usually do posts like this but I wanted to share something really personal to me. I’ve been struggling with thinning hair and hair loss for quite some years now. I’ve tried extensions, vitamins, changing my diet and many many hair thickening shampoos. Being fickle with the colour of my hair and changing it every few months didn’t help either lol. A friend of mine told me about @watermanshairproducts grow me shampoo. So I started using it thinking it’s just gonna be the same as every other product out there. I cannot rave about this product enough!!! As you can see in the first pic (taken at the beginning of April btw) you can see my scalp. Fast forward to 31st May, no more thin patches! I actually feel confident with my hair. It grew an insane amount too so it needed a healthy chop. Seriously anyone who is struggling with #hairloss or #hairthinning needs to try the grow me shampoo! #hairinspo #hair #watermansgrowme #hairthickening #hairlosssolution

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The company claims its products are ideal for anyone experiencing hair loss, thinning or receding hairlines or anyone who has very thin, fine hair.

Watermans is the brainchild of 43-year-old Matt Waterman and wife Gail, 45.

With their savings of US$19,000 they trademarked the Grow Me products and put their first 5000 bottles on Amazon.

“It ranked as a best-seller on Amazon in just three months. We went from selling 200 bottles a week to 200 a day to one every 30 seconds,” Matt told The Sun UK.

“It’s unbelievable where we’ve come from and where we are now.”

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