Hair Loss

HR23+ new hair formula update/review

Is the new HR23+ hair growth supplement better?

Ok, so way back in October, I received my first purchase of the new HR23+ hair growth supplement, and as promised, I said I’d give you an update after three months…

As many of you will already know, I have been using HR23+ for quite some time now.  Actually, it’s been about four years.  I’ve always stood by this supplement because it has always worked really well for my hair. It works better than any other hair loss treatment I have tried. 

What is HR23+?

Now, for those of you who aren’t aware of HR23+, it’s basically a multi-vitamin supplement that is designed to help prevent hair loss in men and women who, like myself, suffer from early stages of baldness and thinning hair.  It can also help promote healthy hair growth. 

HR23+ is not a cue for baldness, but it’s probably the next best thing. It is made from natural ingredients, and is safe to take, which means it’s a great alternative to the medically approved drugs. You won’t ever need to compromise on your health with this product. 

Like I said, HR23+ has worked amazingly well for me over the years, and I have been so pleased with the results. I suffered from early stages of male pattern baldness as I was approaching my mid twenties, and after trying a whole host of products and treatments that didn’t work, I finally settled on HR23+.  

Now, HR23+ did make a few tweaks to their supplement last year. I won’t lie, this was something that I was a little worried about, as you can probably imagine. Just think, for such a long time I was using a supplement that seemed to be working a treat, and then they go and make changes to it.  I was eager (and nervous) to try this ‘updated’ formula. 

I should note that the ‘tweaks’ were nothing too drastic. They were simply a update, for the most part.  In fact, the vast majority of the supplement remained the same.  There were just a few things that changed – one being, they replaced the bark with nettle leaf extract, and the other being that they replaced certain ingredients with purer forms, for more accurate dosages and healthier results.  That makes sense, I suppose. 

Does the updated HR23+ work? 

I’ve been taking the new pills for just over three months, and to be perfectly honest, I’ve not noticed any change in the actual performance of the supplement.  It still seems to have halted the shedding, and my hair still grows in thick and healthy. 

With regards to the supplement itself, well, the colour of the pill is slightly different to what it was.  The old formula had a very bright yellow coloured pill, whereas the new pill is more beige looking. To be fair, the new pill does look more ‘natural’ than the old one, and it doesn’t have that potent smell that the old one had.   These are both big plus points, in my book.

So, nothing major to report, really.  The main point is, this is a supplement that has gone through some minor tweaks, but the effectiveness has not been compromised, which is the most important thing.  Is it better than the old formula? Well, not outstandingly so, but I would say it is a slight improvement.

Why I love HR23+

The thing I love about this company is that they know how to look after their customers.  It doesn’t feel like they’re just trying to push a sale on you. It genuinely feels like HR23+ has you best individual interest at heart, which I really respect. 

This is a company that has looked after me for a number of years now, and I am eternally grateful for that. I have been part of their customer loyalty scheme since nearly the beginning, which means I get discounts on my purchases, as well as many other benefits. 

I really do feel like this company has my back, and that we’re battling hair loss together.  I don’t want to make it sound like HR23+ is some sort of magic cure for baldness, but for what it is, and what it can do, it’s worth the investment, because if you truly value your hair, especially at a young age, then you should fight to keep it.


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You can follow a few hair hygiene tips to make your hair less likely to fall out: Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hair - Avoid high-heat hair styling tools - Don't chemically treat or bleach your hair - Use a shampoo that's mild and suited for your hair - Use a soft brush made from natural fibers - Try low-level light therapy.

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