Monday 2 September 2019

Hairfollic Man by Vitabiotics

Hairfollic Man is a multi-vitamin hair health supplement designed to help support healthy hair growth in men. Made in the UK, there is also an advanced formula version. The Hairfollic supplement range is by major health brand, Vitabiotics.

What are the claimed benefits of Hairfollic Man?

- Support hair growth
- Help maintain normal hair

Hairfollic Man Review

Hairfollic Man is a safe hair supplement that is designed to support healthy hair growth in men, as well as maintain normal hair health.  Hairfollic Man is only designed for men, but there is also a version for women. 

Hairfollic Man was launched to market in 2018 by Vitabiotics. It is formulated with ingredients similar to the female version, which include Grape Seed, Inositol, and Biotin. It is unclear why Hairfollic has a supplement for men and women - the ingredients are very similar same in both, and there is little to suggest that the male formula would be in any way harmful to women.

Again, like with the female version, Hairfollic Man also boasts key ingredients, Zinc, Copper, and Vitamins C, D, and E - which can play an important role in the healthy function of hair growth. The combination of such vitamins, minerals and amino acids can be absorbed easily, and utilised effectively.

Despite a broad combination of ingredients in Hairfollic Man, there is absolutely no guarantee that it will be beneficial to the hair, or treat baldness in any way.

Hairfollic Man is not FDA approved, therefore it is not a 'treatment' for baldness. However, with continuous use, this supplement can boost the health of hair, but results will vary with each individual.   

The reviews and testimonials on Hairfollic Man are few and far between, and it is unclear how effective this supplement is for actually regrowing hair.  However, this multi-vitamin supplement does contain some good additives for hair health, so there is a chance it could be effective, even if only on a minor scale. It is too early to judge this supplement's performance, as it has only been on the market for a short while.

Hairfollic Man is a well-balanced hair health supplement, and there is a slight chance that you will see some sort of change or improvement in your hair from using this, but certainly no guarantee.   

Hairfollic Man also has an Advanced version, which contains the same, but more potent formula. It is unclear why the brand have released the Advanced supplement. Having an advanced supplement demeans the original Hairfollic Man supplement, somewhat. 

Hairfollic Man Side-effects

Hairfollic Man is a safe and natural supplement that does not come with any major side-effects. Some users may experience temporary stomach discomfort after initial use, but this usually only lasts for a very short period of time. 

Try taking the tablets with your meals if stomach discomfort continues to occur. This should ease the discomfort.
Based on its ingredients, Hairfollic Man is a safe supplement to take.

Where to buy Hairfollic Man

Both Hairfollic Man and Hairfollic Man Advanced can be purchased from the official Vitabiotics website.

This supplement sells for £20.00 ($25.00) per box, which lasts for just two weeks. The Advanced formula costs £30.00 ($38.00) per box, which again only lasts of two weeks.

Final Verdict

Hairfollic Man (and Hairfollic Man Advanced) does contain some good hair beneficiary ingredients, but it is unlikely to be able to treat male pattern baldness in any way. However, this supplement may help with the overall health of hair.

Realistically, it is very unlikely that Hairfollic Man will regrow lost hair.  Minor results may be seen after 5-6 months of use, but it could take longer. At best, this supplement might be able to help with the slowing down of excess shedding. If you exceed Norwood 2, then Hairfollic Man will be of no use to you.

Although Hairfollic Man is not a treatment for baldness, it is a credible hair health supplement.  However, this does seem quite expensive for what it is, and based it on its ingredients, we would have to conclude that it is overpriced.

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