Hair Vitality

Posted by Mikaela Murray  •  March 30, 2018

Hair Vitality is a treatment created for people who suffer from hair loss. It promises to bring life to your thinning hair. The product is made for both men and women. It is claimed to contain a "natural vitamin complex" that was created to restore the health of hair. The treatment uses vitamins to support vivid hair. Let's try to understand whether the product really works by looking at its ingredients. They include sulfur, horsetail extract, and amino acids. Not do natural, as said, to my mind. In fact, it is a nutritional supplement that has to be taken every day.

Hair Vitality is made by Apex Vitality Inc., a company named that maintains two North American offices, including one in in Nampa, Idaho and the other Montreal, Quebec. There is a mailing address and a phone number on the official website of the company. The company specializes in manufacturing dietary supplements including Yacon Syrup, Garcinia Cambogia Plus, Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract, and Forskolin. All of the products are sold online and are not available through third party retailers or stores. However, the official website is not informative. It only lists the ingredients of the product without any description.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer does not mention any possible side effects or adverse reactions connected with the use of Hair Vitality. It means that they are not very much concerned about the health of their customers. But what dangers can this product carry to its users? Let me remind you that there are no data about the dosage of each of the components. The best effect you may face is complete absence of this effect. The worst thing you may experience is a severe allergic reaction in case of high dosage of any of the supplement's components. Besides, you may be allergic to some ingredient in Hair Vitality. For this reason, you need to consult your doctor before starting to use this supplement.

According to my research, the compounds used in the product are not approved by FDA. There is high risk that Hair Vitality contains some preservatives and chemicals, as the manufacturer doesn't provide the whole list of ingredients. Besides, the manufacturer has not listed any clinical trials or scientific evidence proving the safety and effectiveness of the product. Nevertheless, all this hasn't stopped the company from making great claims about the product. Nothing speaks better about the supplement than its true users.

"To be frank, Hair Vitality was my last hope to improve the state of my thin and dry hair but it was just waste of money. The roots of my hair remained weak. But I am glad that I didn't face any side effects. I will not buy this supplement any more."

"I was very worried because of excessive losing hair after giving birth to my first child. I had to go out every day and I was very ashamed when someone paid attention to my thin hair. With a small child on my hands I didn't have time to take care of my hair. When I tried Hair vitality the state of my hair has improved during the first several months of taking the supplement, but I suffered from a serious allergic reaction."

"I was completely unsatisfied with the service of the company. At first I failed to contact the staff by phone. When at last I reached the assistant and tries to ask my questions, I was rudely answered. For this reason, I decided not to order HairVitality."