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A Vitamin That Helps Your Hair Grow? Sure, I'm In
December 25, 2018
I recently purchased a bottle of these vitamins after buying Hairfluence, which is considerably more expensive but yet had plenty of positive reviews. I saw this item when doing a search for Hairfluence, and saw that it was cheaper, but there were (at the time) no reviews whatsoever. I decided to take a chance and purchase the product anyway, the bottle arrived, I compared the ingredient list of both Hairfluence and this one, and lo and behold, the ingredients are very similar to one another. It just goes to show you that sometimes when you buy an "upscale" (or even merely popular) product, sometimes you're just paying extra for the brand name (or the money they spend on advertising).
As for the efficacy of these vitamins, I'm still not 100 percent sure; I have thinning hair, and bought these (and some minoxidil) for some precautionary measures. My hair does feel healthier, and my fingernails are growing faster, but I am as of yet unsure on whether or not there has been any positive difference in the growth of my hair on the top front of my head, above the eyes (also known as the area that goes first when it comes to receding hairlines). It is not supposed to happen overnight, and if there does ever end up being a positive effect it will be at least a few months down the road, so I plan on revisiting this review in the future. But for now, what matters it that this stuff is basically the same thing as Hairfluence, only less expensive. And hey, in the long run it doesn't cost all that much more than your average everyday multivitamin, and you're supposed to take those anyway, and the way I see it, this is a multivitamin that is supposed to give you more hair in the places that you want more hair, so it's like killing two birds with one stone.
Based on that preliminary information, I'm going to go ahead and give Hair Growthtonic a positive review.