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Introduction

It’s hard to find someone who actually wants to lose hair (unless they’re trying to pull of the Dwayne Johnson look), but unfortunately balding is just a fact of life. Luckily there are products on the market that can help prevent and reverse hair loss, known as DHT blockers.

In this NuHair DHT Blocker 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 NuHair DHT Blocker?

NuHair DHT Blocker For Men & Women is a self-proclaimed herbal blend for hair loss and thinning hair created by a US-based supplement company named Natrol (trading as NuHair).

Each bottle of NuHair DHT Blocker costs $39.99, contains 60 coated tablets, and will last exactly 30 days for those who follow the directions of usage correctly; it can be purchased from the official NuHair DHT Blocker website, Amazon, eBay, and Walmart.

Like the majority of DHT blockers, the NuHair DHT Blocker pills are a unisex product that are targeted towards anyone who’s looking for something to help prevent hair loss, though it’s also marketed as a means of regrowing hair that’s been lost too. While it’s a stand-alone product, NuHair do encourage users of their DHT blocker pills to also combine it with their topical “hair thinning serum”.

At the core of NuHair DHT Blocker is a formula consisting of various different herbal extracts, vitamins, and minerals. NuHair themselves officially describe the product as a “natural herbal blend that prevents the production of DHT”, they go on to say that it works to rejuvenate hair “from the inside-out”.

Does NuHair DHT Blocker Work?

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

NuHair DHT Blocker Pros

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

NuHair DHT Blocker 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 NuHair DHT Blocker Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 1-Tablet Serving Contains: Zinc 10mg, Selenium 100mcg, Proprietary Blend (Phytosterol Complex, Saw Palmetto Extract, Pumpkin Concentrate, Quercetin), Fo-ti Extract 100mg, Kudzu Extract 43.75mg, Soy Extract 6.25mg, and Tomato Powder 2mg.

Is NuHair DHT Blocker Suitable For Everyone?

For the most part, yes the vast majority of people will be able to use this product without any issues whatsoever, however there are certain circumstances where usage should be avoided, or signed off on by a healthcare professional.

Firstly, our research has shown that ingredients inside the NuHair DHT Blocker could reduce the effectiveness of contraceptive pills and estrogen pills.

Furthermore, it may also reduce the effectiveness of medications designed to slow blood clotting.

Finally, we would not recommend using it if you’re taking antibiotics.

Is NuHair DHT Blocker Safe?

Yes, the product appears to be completely safe; the NuHair DHT Blocker doesn’t contain any ingredients that have been officially banned or flagged as unsuitable for human consumption.

If you have any sort of underlying medical condition(s) you should consider consulting with your doctor before using this product just to ensure it is safe for you.

What Are The NuHair DHT Blocker 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]

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

Are There Any NuHair DHT Blocker Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following NuHair DHT Blocker review testimonials via customers on online:

I got these for my dad and he’s said he’s started to see some hair regrowth. From my perspective, his hair is looking about 70% thicker, and he’s bald patches are starting to cover back over.

I can’t really say I’ve been impressed by this “DHT BLOCKER”. Firstly, using it gave me a very bad headache the three times I used it (subsided after the 3rd time). Secondly, I saw minimal difference to my hair even after a full month of usage. Thirdly, I did occasionally get diarrhea.

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Our Final Verdict On NuHair DHT Blocker

To conclude our NuHair DHT Blocker review, we believe that in certain cases it could be mildly beneficial for those who are worried about their hair thinning, but there’s equally a lot of evidence to suggest that the product won’t really do much at all.

Firstly, the main positive is that the NuHair DHT Blocker does contain ingredients that have studies showing it can help to inhibit the main enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to DHT – this means that in theory, the product could potentially prove useful for preventing or slowing hair loss.

While that does sound extremely positive, the jury is still out on just how effective these ingredients are, and we can say without a doubt that 100% of consumers will not experience the promised DHT-inhibiting effects; as always, your milage may vary – both the FDA and EFSA have not recognized the NuHair DHT Blocker to be an effective treatment for preventing pattern balding.

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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