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Hi I'm just wondering if anyone has ever tried hair vitamins and if so did they work? Not sure if I should give them a go or not
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Hi Sonia,

I have never used hair vitamins, but have used a hair treatment call Rene Furterer serum, and you could see the results after about 3-4 weeks.
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Vitamins in your diet can promote healthy hair growth. Conversely a lack of certain vitamins can cause problems such as hair loss or weak hair. Vitamins in shampoo are a waste of time unless you drink the shampoo.
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Yes they do work

but only in combination with other things

so you need to take

vitamin c - pureway c
lysine
proline
silica - flora silica

all in combination

taurine, in combination with
zinc

vitamin D, k2, and vitamin A, together

perhaps a b complex, better than biotin alone. the best is Thorne #12 complex
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(Original post by Sonia101)
Hi I'm just wondering if anyone has ever tried hair vitamins and if so did they work? Not sure if I should give them a go or not
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yes
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I've been taking Holland and Barrett's skin, hair and nail vitamins for the past four months. The box recommended 3 caplets daily, but I took only 2, as I noticed that it has crazy amounts of biotin and I didn't want to experience any side effects or anything. It worked really well for me - I noticed significant hair growth, especially over the first month of use; even though my hair was elbow-length to begin with. It also gives the appearance of thicker hair, as it reduces hair loss. I've also been using a dead sea mineral shampoo (without sulfates or parabens) to prevent drying out my scalp. I would highly recommend that combination of treatments. Oh, and if you want to grow hair faster, I hear that the inversion method works well for a lot of people!
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Do you aim for hair growth or better hair quality?

Before taking any vitamins, you should most definitely take a blood test -the root of your issue may be completely irrelevant from a vitamin deficiency!
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Hi I'm just wondering if anyone has ever tried hair vitamins and if so did they work? Not sure if I should give them a go or not
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Hello,
Either having artificial hair vitamins better you eat green vegetable daily and fish twice in week. It is best natural hair vitamin sources.
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