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1Can Nutrafol Cause Hair Loss?
Nutrafol offers hair loss supplements to increase hair thickness and growth, and the company claims clinical studies have proven this. Some customers mention positive results with hair growth after using the product, while others say it didn’t really work for them.
2What Is The Side Effects Of Nutrafol?
According to dermatologist Dr. Susan Stuart, possible signs of a biotin overdose include slower release of insulin, skin rashes, lower vitamin C and B6 levels, and high blood sugar levels. Some other documented, although not common, side effects of biotin are nausea, cramping, and diarrhea.
3Does Nutrafol Increase Shedding?
One of the benefits of Nutrafol nutraceuticals is that they stimulates the follicles to enter into the anagen (growth) phase of the hair cycle. This can prevent some of your hair from entering that telogen phase of summer that we have mentioned in previous texts, and ultimately reduce the cold season hair shedding.
4Does Nutrafol Work For Receding Hairline?
Nutrafol is here to fix that. Hereditary factors such as thinning hair, receding hairline, and male/female pattern baldness affect your hair pattern. Whether you have straight, curly, flat, or wavy hair, Nutrafol works for all hair types and textures.
5How Long Does It Take For Nutrafol To Start Working?
After 3-6 months, you may start to feel that the quality of your hair has changed for the better. Many users report overall positive benefits to their skin and nails as well.
6Does Nutrafol Interact With Any Medications?
Nutrafol® Core products may be contra-indicated with blood thinning medications. Consult your physician before taking.
7Does Nutrafol Affect Body Hair?
Will Nutrafol grow unwanted hair on any other parts of my body? No, and here’s why. Research shows that high levels of the hormone DHT can shrink scalp follicles in both men and women.