There has noticeably been a resurgence in hair care products targeted towards growth for the past few years, and in particular, hair supplements. Seemingly, it’s as easy as popping a vitamin and nutrient-fortified pill, and your hair will be long and luscious in no time. But is it true? Are these hair growth cocktails and concoctions really worth the money?
The ever-so-trendy and Instagram-driven supplement Hairfinity claims to “work from the inside out, giving your hair the nutrients it needs to look its healthiest” and “provides a special sulfur and 18 amino acids that encourage healthy hair growth.” And apparently, Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams, alongside a slew of other celebrities, swear by this product, claiming to have seen a drastic change in the length and health of their hair. But are they actually using the product, or are they just getting paid to post these photos?
Yeah, it get’s tricky when it comes to picking the right hair supplement, but from Hairfinity to Manetabolism and even plain ole’ biotin, ladies are flocking to these new alternatives for hair growth.