Abby Asistio was seen and heard when she graced the first season of “The Voice of the Philippines” in 2008. She had left an indelible mark in this reality show not only because of her singing prowess, but also her courageous act to talk about her condition called alopecia on national television back then.

This ailment characterized by excessive hair shedding causes bald patches on the head, receding hairline and sometimes complete baldness. It can be severely distressing and humiliating. What’s more, it can negatively impact one’s self-esteem, appearance, youth and vitality.

But Abby didn’t lose a strand of positivity in life. Just as she embraced her baldness before the eyes of the many, it paved the way for the public to accept her and others suffering from this with open arms. More so, it gave hope to those with the condition to hold on to medical breakthroughs for remedy.

Coming out in the open sans donning hats or wigs, Abby still sought relief from a chemical-based haircare product that only ended up in failure. Patiently refraining from using again ineffective treatments, especially those with scalp-burning chemicals, it finally paid off when NOVUHAIR gave her a shot at nourishing her locks naturally.

NOVUHAIR is fully packed with 19 natural ingredients that work in synergy to help remedy excessive hair shedding, thinning hair and promote healthy tress and scalp.

Thankful that her tress is back, the singer-songwriter continues to lend herself to be the voice of Alopecia Philippines, a group she founded in 2012 for people afflicted with a condition characterized by a complete to partial hair loss. With NOVUHAIR supporting this cause, Abby sings her heart out to impart to everyone that “bald isn’t bad, but be bold to embrace and correct it.”

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