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Introduction

The idea of preventing and reversing hair loss doesn’t sound real, but nutraceuticals have come so far that it is now very much a reality. For anyone who’s losing hair, or is simply afraid of losing hair in the future, DHT blocker supplements can help.

In this Hair Omega DHT review, we are taking an in-depth look into the formula to establish what we personally believe consumers can and cannot expect.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Is Hair Omega DHT?

Hair Omega DHT is a self-proclaimed Advanced Hair Growth Supplement (i.e. a DHT blocker) created by a US-based nutrition company named DrFormulas.

A bottle of the Hair Omega DHT blockers costs between $19.99-39.99 depending on where you shop, contains exactly 90 “veggie-caps”, and should last for one month for those who use it as directed (three capsules per day with breakfast, lunch, and dinner). The easiest place to purchase the product is the official Hair Omega DHT website, though it is also kept in stock on Amazon and Walmart.

Like the vast majority of DHT blocker supplements, Hair Omega DHT is marketed directly towards men and women who are looking for a natural supplement to help them counter hair loss. It’s also marketed as a “hair regrowth formula” too, promising consumers that it’ll help restore dead or dying hair follicles by “nourishing and rejuvenating them”.

The ingredients that power Hair Omega DHT are essentially just various herbal plant and seed extracts, with extra vitamins and minerals thrown in for good measure. DrFormulas themselves describe Hair Omega DHT is a powerful formula that works to inhibit the absorption of Dihydrotestosterone.

Does Hair Omega DHT Work?

Below we’ve broken down this question to help you gain further understanding into what we think.

Hair Omega DHT Work Pros

  • Certain ingredients inside the formula may be mildly useful for blocking DHT
  • Can prevent zinc deficiency, which has been known to cause hair loss
  • Contains useful ingredients for supporting your general health
  • Rich in antioxidants

Hair Omega DHT Work Cons

  • Protection from hair loss is not guaranteed for 100% of those who use the product
  • Will not restore hair follicles that have already died
  • Might cause negative side effects
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What Are The Hair Omega DHT Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 2-Capsule Serving Contains: Vitamin A 5000IU, Vitamin C 60mg, Vitamin E 60IU, Vitamin B1 3mg, Vitamin B2 3.5mg, Niacin 40mg, Vitamin B6 4mg, Biotin 5000mcg, Pantothenic Acid 20mg, Iodine 150mg, Zinc 15mg, Selenium 140mcg, Copper 200mcg, Saw Palmetto 200mg, Plant Sterol Complex 300mg, and Proprietary Blend 542mg (Pygeum Africanum Powder, Silica, Red Raspberry, Fo-ti Root Powder, Green Tea Leaf, Cat’s Claw Bark, Broccoli Leaf Extract, Stinging Nettle Leaf Powder, Quercetin, Juniper Berry Powder, Uva Ursi Leaf Powder, L-Gluamic Acid, L-Alanine, L-Glycine, Calcium D-Glucarate, Pumpkin Seed Powder, Tomato Fruit Powder, Maitake Mushroom Powder, Reishi Mushroom, Shiitake Mushroom Powder, Buchu Leaf Powder, Burdock Root Powder, Cayenne Pepper Fruit Powder, Goldenseal Root Powder, Gravel Root Powder, Parsley Leaf Powder).

Is Hair Omega DHT Suitable For Everyone?

The vast majority of consumers will be able to use the DrFormulas Hair Omega DHT pills without issue, however there are certain circumstances where it should not be used.

Firstly, ingredients within this product could reduce the effectiveness of the contraceptive pill. It may also reduce the effectiveness of estrogen pills.

Finally, do not use if you’re taking antibiotics or medications for depression.

Is Hair Omega DHT Safe?

Based on the ingredients used within the formula, we’re confident in saying that it will be safe for the vast majority of healthy consumers, however if you’ve got any sort of underlying health condition, you should consult with a healthcare professional.

The bottom line is, the product doesn’t contain anything that has been banned or deemed unsuitable for human consumption.

What Are The Hair Omega DHT Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Feelings of nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea [1][2]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Hair Omega DHT Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Hair Omega DHT review testimonials via customers on online:

I got this product after it was recommended to me by a friend who’s also suffering from PCOS. Within just 2 months of usage I can certainly see an improvement in my hair’s thickness and strength. I’m seeing waaayy less breakage and the parts of my hair that were very thin have now started to fill back in.

I started taking the product about 6 months ago after I started noticing my hair line was receding. I figured going the natural route would be better after I’d hear about the horrible side effects that the pharmaceutical drugs can give. I certainly wasn’t expecting miraculous results, but I sure as hell wasn’t expecting NOTHING. Over the last 6 months my hair line has continued to recede and I’ve seen absolutely no improvement at all. What a total waste of money.

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Our Final Verdict On Hair Omega DHT

To conclude our Hair Omega DHT review, we believe that in certain circumstances the product could prove to be useful, however we also think that a lot of people will likely be left a little bit disappointed with the results – the reported effects of the product seem to be somewhat overhyped in the customer testimonials.

Firstly, on the positive side of things, Hair Omega DHT does contain ingredients that have some studies supporting the idea that they can help inhibit the enzyme responsible for converting testosterone into DHT, which means that in theory the product could stop or slow down hair loss. However, this effect is certainly not a guarantee for every single person who uses it – the science certainly is not concrete, and the FDA and EFSA have both not recognized Hair Omega DHT as an effective treatment for preventing hair loss in men and women.

When looking at user testimonials, we found a lot of people reporting that the product helped to restore hair that had previously been lost (i.e. it filled in their bald patches); we could find absolutely no supporting evidence to suggest that ingredients within Hair Omega DHT have the ability to bring dead hair follicles “back to life”. Such a thing is unfortunately impossible, so take any testimonials stating this with a big pinch of salt.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
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