From specifically-designed hair growth supplements, Hairfinity and Hair La Vie, to Biotin vitamins (that are reported to help create thicker hair and strong nails), featured here are 3 nutritional supplements that are designed to boost hair growth.
While taking excellent care of your hair, minimizing heat and styling damage, and maintaining a nutrient-rich diet are all important factors when it comes to boosting hair growth (naturally), there are nutritional supplements on the market that were created to help you grow longer, thicker hair. Here we explore three popular options.
Hair Growth Supplements
Hairfinity: Containing a proprietary blend of nutrients (such as Niacin, Vitamins A and D, and MSMS), this nutritional supplement has become one of the most talked about products relative to generating hair growth. With over 2 million Facebook fans, hundreds of positive consumer reviews, and a growing base of raving customers, Hairfinity was designed to help grow thicker, longer hair. While many people have experienced positive results with this nutritional supplement, some have experienced unpleasant reactions, such as dry, itchy scalps.
Hair La Vie: Produced by La Muse Beauty, Hair La Vie is an all-natural vitamin created to help repair and stimulate hair growth, with the purpose of creating longer, fuller hair. The vitamin contains 20 all-natural ingredients that provide the body with essential nutrients to help it boost hair growth. The company reports that “92% of users seeing results in the first month”, and proudly asserts that Hair La Vie does not contain any harmful additives, fillers, or binders.
Biotin: This water-soluble Vitamin B based nutritional supplement is reported to help boost hair growth and create stronger nails. Biotin is naturally found in foods such as salmon, carrots, and cauliflower. “Since biotin deficiency can lead to thinning of the hair, proponents claim that taking biotin supplements or washing your hair with biotin-enriched shampoo can thicken the hair and stimulate hair growth.” [Source: About Health]
Have you tried any of these hair growth supplements? If so, what has your personal experience been?
[Image Credit: Shutterstock; Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only. Consult with a Doctor before adding any nutritional supplements to your diet.]