Do Hair Growth Vitamins Really Work?

by Jennie Paul Jennie

Have you ever been in a situation where you think you are losing too much hair, and at the same time you see a commercial on the television about some miracle pills that will provide you the perfect hair fall solution? Well, it is highly likely that those are Vitamin supplements that are meant to prevent hair fall and promote hair growth. Some believe the adverts and start including these supplements in their routine. But then there are skeptics like us who want to be sure if these vitamins for hair growth really work.

Before we begin discussing the efficiency of these hair fall control vitamins, let us first know what they are. Firstly, hair fall problems can arise due to various reasons like genetics, stress, hormones, medical conditions, and so on. And the supplements are formulated in a way that helps us tackle the issue based on the root cause. The common ingredients of these supplements are Vitamin A, C, and multiple B Vitamins.

Now let us move on to whether or not these vitamins really work. Well, according to the experts, there is no real proof to show whether these vitamins show promising results in every person who chooses to take them. These vitamins only work if you genuinely suffer from Vitamin deficiency. A lot of us often end up being misguided by these supplements. For example, a lot of us take biotin supplements as a hair fall loss treatment. On the contrary, biotin isn't as effective for hair thinning since its deficiency causes hair breakage and not hair loss. Also, iron supplementation is said to be useful for hair growth. However, overconsumption of iron can lead to liver problems.

Self-medicating is the worst thing you can do to yourself. It can at times cause more damage than good. If you think your hair fall problems are increasing, try making a change to your diet and incorporate food items that are beneficial for the hair. And if that does not work, make it a point to consult your doctor. Your doctor will recommend a few tests to understand the underlying condition and then prescribe a proper hair regrowth treatment accordingly.

To conclude the topic, we neither support hair growth vitamins nor do we denounce them. All we are saying is that there is no concrete proof of their benefits. And you will probably be better off consulting a medical expert. We hope we have managed to shed some light on the topic. Let us know what do you think about it and whether or not you think hair growth vitamins are beneficial. 

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