Since I have been a child, I’ve had very fine hair. When it grew out long, it grew sparsely and thin. On top of that, regularly pulling my hair back in to a ponytail to play sports left my hair line patchy. It was something that I learnt to take no notice of. Until I discovered Hair Gain, I forgot how thin my hair was compared to most.
What Are The Best Vitamins For Hair Growth?
Now, I know there’s an endless amount of hair vitamins and gummies out there and, typically, they don’t work. So of course I was very sceptical about the idea of Hair Gain and if it would work for me. Hair Gain Grow Capsules target hair at the root to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss. Where Hair Gain differs from your regular vitamin, is that it is specifically targeted for fuller hair over length. And let’s not forget, they’re vegan.
The brand offers both capsules and gummies. I would recommend opting for gummies if you have a hard time swallowing tablets, as they’re pretty big. But today, I’m going to be talking about the Grow capsules. These are scientifically proven to reduce hair loss, stimulate hair follicles at the source, support visibly thicker and fuller hair in one month and contribute to a 78% increase in hair growth.
Difference In Hair Growth
After trying the product for over three months now, I’ve already noticed a visible difference in my hair. I have fairly short hair that falls just below my shoulders. Although I’m not trying to grow my hair out long, I have noticed I’ve been getting a chop more regularly with my hair growing almost twice as fast. I’m not complaining at all because I love a fresh, blunt cut. So if you are wanting to grow hair longer as well as fullness, Hair Gain gives you the best of both worlds.
In terms of hair fullness, my hair line has no sparse areas and I can pull my hair back into a ponytail without that worry of a having a five head (if you know, you know). In general, there are no areas on my scalp where you can see bald/sparse areas. I can wear pretty much any hair style with ease. Where thickness is concerned, I feel like I’ve got a whole new head of hair. Although my actual hair is still fine and lightweight (nothing can change that unfortunately), my hair appears more voluminous and full when worn down, especially in curls.
The Hair Gain Grow Capsules delivered in every way they claimed to, and they come in the prettiest packing as well. At £27.99 a month for a subscription service, they couldn’t be more worth the price.