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Introduction

Possibly one of the hottest new trends of the decade, hair growth supplements have proved to be a smash hit with both men and women across the planet. We’ve seen ads for them on TV, we’ve seen celebrities plugging them on social media, and we’ve all see the astounding (and alleged) before and after pictures.

Those who’ve been hunting around for a hair growth vitamin may have stumbled across the aptly named Hairtamin. The product appears to be a very attractive offering for anyone who is looking for a product to help them grow longer and thicker hair, but the main question we all want to know is, will it really work?

In this Hairtamin review, we’re taking an in-depth look at the formula to see whether or not this product really can help your hair grow faster and thicker with regular usage.

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 Hairtamin?

HAIRtamin is a hair growth vitamin and self-proclaimed hair loss treatment for women that’s manufactured and distributed by a US company named Hairtamin LLC.

One bottle of Hairtamin Vitamins costs $24.99 (15% cheaper when you opt into a monthly autoship program) and contains 30 capsules, which last the average user for exactly 30 days based on the directions of 1 capsule per day with breakfast.

Those who want it can purchase it from the official Hairtamin website, however it can also be ordered from places like Amazon and Walmart.

As with the majority of hair growth pills, Hairtamin is a novel supplement that’s marketed directly towards women who are either looking for something to help improve their hair health, or something to help prevent/reverse hair loss. The brand also offer “HAIRtamin Man” too, which promises the same effects.

The formula that powered Hairtamin is a complex of natural herbal extracts, vitamins and minerals; Hairtamin is described by the manufacturers as a formula that “supports stronger, longer, thicker hair”. They go on to state that the ingredients inside Hairtamin help promote “existing hair growth”, while also “preventing hair loss and shedding” by increasing the user’s hair follicle strength.

Does Hairtamin Work?

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

Hairtamin Pros

  • Can help contribute towards scalp health
  • May help contribute towards the maintenance of normal hair production
  • Antioxidant content could help protect cells from free radical damage

Hairtamin Cons

  • No conclusive evidence to suggest the formula will help hair grow faster
  • No conclusive evidence to suggest the formula will help increase hair thickness
  • No conclusive evidence to suggest the formula will help restore thinning hair
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What Are The Hairtamin Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 1-Capsule Serving Contains: Vitamin A 500IU, Vitamin C 50mg, Vitamin D 18IU, Thiamin 2.5mg, Riboflavin 2.5mg, Niacin 2.5mg, Vitamin B6 2.5mg, Folate 400mcg, Vitamin B12 10mcg, Biotin 5000mcg, Pantothenic Acid 10mg, Zinc 15mg, Selenium 70mcg, and Proprietary Blend 237mg (Aloe Vera Leaf Powder, Brahmi Extract, Rosemary Leaf Powder, Stinging Nettle Leaf Powder, Lutein, Horsetail Extract, Turmeric, Black Pepper Extract).

Is Hairtamin Safe?

Yes, we believe that Hairtamin is completely safe if used correctly – though exceeding the recommended daily serving sizes could potentially cause issues; the formula does not contain any ingredients that have been officially banned or deemed unsuitable for human consumption.

Can I use Hairtamin While Pregnant

We would personally advise that you do not use this product while pregnant or breastfeeding, just to be on the safe side.

What Are The Hairtamin Side Effects?

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

  • Stomach discomfort
  • Nausea
  • Fluid retention
  • Rash
  • Dizziness
  • Diarrhea [1][2]

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

Are There Any Hairtamin Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Hairtamin review testimonials via customers online:

After using Hairtamin for 4 whole months I feel like I can honestly say that the effects of this product are way overhyped. I saw decent results during month 1, but months thereafter.. not a thing. I’ve seen a tiny amount of hair growth (probably no faster than my hair’s normal growth rate), but the most concerning thing was that it cause my leg and arm hair to grow faster too! Overall I’d say just use it for a month.

Package arrived fast and on time, was very happy about that. I’ve been using HAIRtamin for about 1 month and have seen fantastic results. The only complain I have it that it leaves a bit of a weird aftertaste, but that goes away after drinking some water.

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Our Final Verdict On Hairtamin

To conclude our Hairtamin review, we believe that the product could very likely prove to be useful for someone who is looking to boost their overall hair and scalp health, however the idea that it’ll help your hair growth faster and thicker isn’t really based on any conclusive scientific evidence.

Firstly, we do like how Hairtamin can help support your overall scalp and hair health – the formula is loaded with vitamins and minerals can can help contribute towards normal hair production (but please note that this isn’t the same as “boosting hair growth”).

The Hairtamin formula could also help support your body in the production of keratin – a structural protein that is utilized by the body when creating hair and nails. Finally, the vitamin C inside the product could further help to protect your hair cells from free radical damage.

To us, the main downside is the lack of concrete scientific evidence to back up the claims. There’s simply nothing to conclusively say that Hairtamin really will increase the speed of your hair growth. What’s more, it’s pretty unlikely to really help improve your hair thickness too – while it could possible boost your hair’s moisture, it certainly will not increase your head hair count.

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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