When I first started this blog over a year ago, I had no idea how successful it would become. I figured, after reading other people’s views and opinions on certain products, that there wouldn’t be any harm in voicing my own honest thoughts. I have tried so many products for hair loss over the past six years or so, and it’s great to be able to inform my readers of what worked for me and what didn’t.
Supplements have become the most popular choice of product for hair loss sufferers. I can relate to this stat, as the supplement has by far been the most effective treatment I have used. So, in this special post, I bring you the top five (in no particular order) hair health supplements that I believe are the most effective for hair loss on the market.
I covered HairXcel in my last post, so many of you will already be aware how highly I rate this supplement. I don’t know why it took my so long to discover HairXcel, but I am sure glad I did. Packed with a great range of anti-hair loss ingredients, HairXcel showed positive results in my hair after just three weeks of using it.
You’ll find many of these ingredients packed into other similar supplements for hair health – because they actually work. I usually avoid supplements that claim to be all about science, and I tend to stick with the supplements with key ingredients such as Saw Palmetto and Biotin, because they have demonstrated the best results for my thinning hair.
Expect to pay around £30 per month for HairXcel, which is very affordable compared to its competitors. If you’re suffering from early stages of hair loss like me, then HairXcel is worth a try – to maintain healthy hair growth if nothing else.
NUTRAFOL has a supplement for men and a separate one for women, respectviely. I shall be covering the male supplement, for the obvious reason that I am indeed a man and have not tried the female supplement.
Again, I am always most impressed by ingredients when it comes to hair supplements, and even though this brand goes down the tired old route of ‘science’ and ‘breakthrough formulas’, let’s not forget that NUTRAFOL is actually a very good hair supplement with some very good additives.
I only tried this supplement for a brief period, but I have never had a bad word to say about it. I know this supplement has the potential to work for many guys who are fretting about hair loss, and I would definitely recommend that you try it if you want something that’s potent. The only negatives about NUTRAFOL is that firstly it is a little on the expensive side, and it’s also very hard to purchase outside of the US.
Here is another well-known hair health supplement that you’ve probably seen advertised across various mediums, and when you strip all the marketing away, this is actually a very good supplement for hair, with a good array of hair beneficiary ingredients.
I’ll be honest – I didn’t really give Viviscal a fair trial, as I was already using a different supplement that proved effective for my hair loss, but I have never doubted Viviscal’s ability to show excellent results in men (and women) who are battling hair fall and thinning hair.
I would say Viviscal is fairly priced at around £45 per month, especially when you take into account the ingredients they use. This potent supplement contains a key blend of DHT blockers and hair growth promoters, which can combine well to help prevent the pattern of hair fall and encourage healthy hair growth.
The new and improved HR23+ supplement is another big hitter in the hair loss arena, and the most effective supplement I have ever tried for my hair loss. Packed with the usual suspects Biotin, Saw Palmetto, key vitamins etc. this product doesn’t claim to be some revolutionary hair loss cure – by heck, it really does work!
I started using HR23+ shortly after its release in early 2015, and the results I gained was like no other. I knew the majority of ingredients in the supplement were going to be effective for me, as I had taken them separately to great effect, and so I was pleased to find a supplement that contained many of them and more so, making this a more affordable way to tackle hair loss and thinning hair.
Like I said, there is nothing revolutionary about HR23+, and it certainly won’t cure male or female pattern baldness, but it is a good all-round hair health supplement that can prevent the falling of hair and promote stronger, healthier hair growth.
Procerin was the first supplement I ever tried for my hair loss and I was actually pretty pleased during the initial stages of using this product. I did find that the first three months were the most effective, with results fizzling off after that period.
The thing that attracted me to Procerin was the fact it is a supplement that bases its science behind the potent DHT blocker, Saw Palmetto. This isn’t a supplement that has a wide range of ingredients in it, therefore that might explain why the results only lasted a few months.
You can purchase Procerin for around £20 per month, so it’s definitely an affordable solution for men looking to battle thinning hair. It might not be the most effective supplement on this list, but Procerin is definitely a safe product that is worth a try.