Now more than ever I see a lot of hair supplements namely in a gummy form on instagram. To be honest, at first, I wasn’t such a huge fan of such candies. I sometimes take supplements for my hair but then from the pharmacy and in pill form. But some time ago I found these hairlust gummies in my goodiebox. So yes, for me was this perfect to give them a chance. Because taking some candy or a pill is a big difference. 😉
These gummies contain vitamins & minerals like: vitamin C,E, B6, A, B12 & D, biotin, zinc, folic acid,… These ingredients must help to make your hair healthy from the inside. The gummies are vegan, gelatin-free, and free from artificial flavors and coloring. One bottle contains 90 gummies and this is enough for 1 month (you take 3 from these gummies each day).
To tell you or these supplements really work is hard… Because I only I had packed with 45 gummies inside and this is just enough for 15 days. And to see results you must take such supplements longer. Mostly you see a difference around 3 months. But I do believe that some ingredients make your hair healthier from the inside out. Taking these gummies is for sure not that bad because these taste good. It’s a bit of a yogurt taste that is not too sweet. I also love that these are vegan and free from artificial flavors and coloring. And I also must say that taking a gummy is easier than taking a pill. Buuuut… Yes, there is a but. I personally find these ones a bit too pricey. A bottle for 1 month is €32,95 & 3 months is normally €98,85 (but at this moment there is a promotion and it’s €66,65). And if you wanna see results you must take these for around 3 months.
And when I take a closer look at some important ingredients in the gummies like zinc & biotine. Then I know for sure some ‘normal’ so supplements in pills that almost have the same ingredients or even are better and mainly cheaper than these gummies…. If you have problems with taking supplements in pill form then are these gummies the solution for you. But I personally find these a bit too pricey….
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