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Introduction

In order to get long, healthy flowing hair you’ve got to ensure you’re providing your body with the correct vital nutrients; as most women aren’t particularly keep on the idea of having thin, brittle hair, hair growth supplement popularity has exploded!

With thousands of different formulas out there to choose from, SugarBearHair Hair vitamins is arguably one of the more popular choices, having had endorsements from big social media stars.

In this SugarBearHair Vitamins 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 longer.

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 SugarBearHair Vitamins?

SugarBearHair Vitamins is a self proclaimed hair growth supplement created by a US-based company named BeSweet Creations, LLC (trading as SugarBearHair).

The product rose to popularity in 2016, after seeing endorsement from the likes of Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and many other social media “celebrities”.

One single bottle of the SugarBearHair Vitamins costs $29.99, contains 60 gummies, and will last the typical consumer 30 days based on the set directions of 1-per-day with breakfast.

The original SugarBearHair gummies are available from the official SugarBearHair Vitamins website, as well places like Amazon. In 2019, the company sued a Chinese company for trademark infringement, whom where, and potentially still are, producing a knock-off variant of the product using the same name.

As with most hair growth supplements, the SugarBearHair Vitamins are primarily targeted towards women who are looking to improve their hair health, thickness, and length, essentially making it a “nutri-cosmetic”. While the product does appear to be feminine in nature, the formula itself could also be used by men.

SugarBearHair Vitamins is essentially just a chewable multivitamin complex, there’s nothing particularly interesting or innovative about the choice of ingredients, which is why, to us, its success mainly seems to be down to clever marketing.

SugarBearHair themselves directly describe their product as an easy way to “get all the nutrients needed to meet your hair goals”, going on to state that it contains “ingredients clinically proven to support hair growth”.

Does SugarBearHair Vitamins Work?

Below we’ve listed everything we believe users can and cannot expect from this product:

The SugarBearHair Vitamins Pros

  • May help contribute towards health hair
  • May help contribute towards the maintenance of normal hair growth
  • Contains ingredients that can help improve scalp health

The SugarBearHair Vitamins Cons

  • Formula will not directly and independently cause hair to “grow faster”
  • No evidence to suggest the formula will improve hair thickness (i.e. improve head hair count)
  • Not guaranteed to increase hair strength
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What Are The SugarBearHair Vitamins Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 2-Gummie Serving Contains: Calories 15, Sodium 10mg, Carbohydrates 4g (3g of which Sugar), Vitamin A 2100IU, Vitamin C 20mg, Vitamin D 400IU, Vitamin E 16.5IU, Vitamin B6 2mg, Folic Acid 260mg, Vitamin B12 6mcg, Biotin 5000mcg, Pantothenic Acid 5.2mg, Iodine 42mcg, Zinc 2.7mg, Choline 40mcg, and Inositol 40mcg.

Is SugarBearHair Vitamins Safe?

Looking at the formula we are confident in saying that SugarBearHair Vitamins are completely safe; the formula contains nothing but approved ingredients that have no known dangers.

Can I Use SugarBearHair Vitamins While Pregnant

While the product likely will do you no harm, we would personally advise that you do not use any supplements whatsoever while pregnant or breastfeeding, as there’s always the potential for harm.

What Are The SugarBearHair Vitamins Side Effects?

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

  • Abdominal cramps
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Stomach discomfort [1]

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

Are There Any SugarBearHair Vitamins Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following SugarBearHair Vitamins review testimonials via customers online:

I can’t really say i noticed any difference in my hair after using one bottle. Sorry but I just don’t think I could recommend these.

Seriously loving SugarBearHair and their gummies, I use them every day and they definitely help keep my hair looking and feeling amazing.

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Our Final Verdict On SugarBearHair Vitamins

To conclude our SugarBearHair Vitamins review, we feel that it’s a bit of a mixed bag, either way it’s certainly not a bad product, but to us it does seem to be a little overhyped. Furthermore, the claims seem to be blown out of proportion and based on nothing concrete.

While it does contain ingredients that are useful for the purposes of supporting hair and scalp health, the formula itself seems to be very under-dosed (which is typical of gummie-vitamins, as they simply cannot contain the same amounts of active ingredients that their capsule-counterparts can) – a little disappointing for a product with quite a premium price tag.

Remember, don’t expect the pills to boost your rate of hair growth or really improve your hair’s thickness – there’s no concrete evidence for the former, and the latter may only be artificial, as the vitamins could help improve hair moisture, but it 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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