I’m quite surprised Nutrafol doesn’t help you at all, since it’s a really potent supplement (especially for cases like yours). But we all react differently to various products, so it’s totally possible that your hair doesn’t respond properly to Nutrafol. In this case, I recommend you to try Folexin, it’s the supplement I have been counting on for many years, because it really helped my hair recover from its really bad condition. At this point, it’s the very best hair supplement I know, so I’m pretty confident it’s going to help you a lot. It’s also really affordable (compared to Nutrafol), so you will also save a high amount of money.
As for the shampoo, I actually have one that I consider much better than all the other alternatives I tried. It’s called Valotin Strengthening Shampoo and it’s effective for a bunch of issues (hair loss, thinning, faster growth). Just like Folexin, it’s also very affordable and it comes in a high quantity, so it’s an excellent choice. It’s the shampoo I’m still using (after a really long time), so I think it’s the best thing I can recommend you right now. Valotin also produces a supplement that contains the exact same ingredients as Folexin, and you can also buy it together with the shampoo and conditioner with a really big discount. So if you want to save some money, you can get the full package and use that supplement instead of Folexin (they contain the exact same formula, so the results should be the same as well).
I have suffered COVID-19 in the hospital for 19 days I have now three months out experienced extreme hair loss do you think the Folexin would work for me on this?
Hi Tess, I really hope your health is better now. If your hair loss didn’t appear before you were infected with COVID, then a general hair supplement should really help you. So Folexin should reduce your shedding and hair loss. Did you have any tests afterwards (vitamins, minerals, nutrient deficiencies)? I’m just trying to make sure that your hair loss isn’t cause by something else. But Folexin contains a bunch of nutrients and vitamins additional to its herbal-based formula, so I believe there are very high chances that it helps you. Good luck and best wishes!
All of these reviews are most helpful. I have tried Nutrafol and after 2 weeks noticed a difference in my hair. I did 2 months and decided to try something else, and did not get near the results I got with Nutrafol, even though it is expensive I’m worth it I am also results driven. I really appreciate however the information about Folexin. I never heard of this supplement and the price is very attractive as long as it does what Nutrafol does for the hair. There is nothing wrong with saving money I am just into what works. So thanks again!
Hey Tonya, thanks a lot for your feedback on Nutrafol. I also had a very positive experience with it, so it’s definitely a product that deserves all praises.
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I’ve been fighting hair loss for over 5 years. I managed to stop my shedding and grow my hair back using certain natural products. Through this website, I will share the miracle-making tips that helped me get my hair back.
So normally – I wouldn’t use a supplement that requires 4 pills per day. It’s simply difficult and unhealthy on the long term.
2. How long lasts one bottle?
Hi, I can tell that Nutrafol works but it also has severe side effects. My specialist recommended it for thinning hair (I’m 66) and even though it cost me so much, I decided to try it as I did not want to have my scalp visible from every angle. I had a hard time taking 4 pills per day, as I already have diabetes and associated conditions and follow treatments for each.
Sorry I can’t give you a clear answer but that’s the product I would choose, if I were you. Hope this helps.
4) Using Henna can also help strengthen and thicken your hair – even though it doesn’t affect DHT level at all. You can use it just for its benefits, without changing your hair color (unless you want to). Just make sure you choose a shade that is really close to your hair color and things should be fine.
Hi Jen, thanks for sharing your experience with Nutrafol. Even though it’s a supplement I liked, most of the things you said were true in my case as well.
Hi Cindy, I appreciate your sharing the experience you had with Nutrafol. I really want to hear every negative experience with the products I recommend, as I know so well that they’re not perfect.
Hello Nancy. Nutrafol is an excellent option for hair loss caused by stress. If your hair is also thinning, these pills will probably solve this problem as well.
Nutrafol is a good choice as a menopause supplement, since they also have a special version for this issue. But I’m just glad to hear you started using a hair supplement in that period. Many women don’t – and this affects their hair terribly, leading sometimes to hair loss.
2. Rinse your hair with green tea after every wash. This herb is a great DHT blocker, so using the tea as a simple rinse can help a lot.
High prolactin levels can be a real cause of hair thinning – they don’t have a peek at tids web site affect the follicles but thin out the hair ends instead. So your ends probably get really fragile and break easily. Unfortunately, there’s no treatment that can cure that. Even though prolactinoma can be kept under control, it cannot be treated (unless through surgery, if I’m not wrong). So it’s hard to keep your prolactin levels to normal constantly. Though the medication you take probably works, the levels still raise at certain times – so that’s why your hair thins out.
2) The fact that you went from Nutrafol Women to Nutrafol Women Plus doesn’t really matter (in this case). In fact, it should only help you.
My advice is to continue using Nutrafol at least for a few months, until you see the results you wanted. Once you’re satisfied with how your hair looks, you can take a break from it and then go for another product (in case you still need anything else). I hope this helps.
So if it cost $40/bottle, I would still not recommend it. It would be a better alternative, that’s for sure – but it would still be too pricey compared to my top choice (Folexin, which costs up to $18/bottle). Since I had about the same results with both, I would go for the cheapest option, which is Folexin. And the difference would be quite significant even so (more than $20).