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Curly83 09-24-2009 06:44 AM

Has anyone tried the Hairfinity Vitamins?
 
I ran across the site www.hairfinity.com and saw their vitamins. It doesn't seem to be a scam because of the ingredients in the vitamins. I'm tired of taking several vitamins and wanted a hair multi-vitamin that has MSM in it. It is a little on the expensive side. Over $20 per bottle.

Has anyone tried it, or knows someone who has?

Here are the ingredients:

Serving size 2 capsules(DV=Daily Vaule)
Vitamin A 8150 IU (Daily Vaule 163%)
Vitamin B-1 5mg (Daily Vaule 333%)
Vitamin B-2 5mg (Daily Vaule 294%)
Vitamin B-3(niacin) 5mg (Daily Vaule 25%)
Vitamin B-5(Pantothenic acid) 100mg (DV 1000%)
Vitamin B-6 5mg (DV 250%)
Vitamin b-9(Folic Acid) 200 mcg (DV 50%)
Vitamin b-12 20mg (DV 333%)
Vitamin C 100mg (DV 167%)
Vitamin D 216 IU (DV 54%)
Biotin 2500 mcg (DV 833%)
Calcium 186 mg (DV 18%)
MSM 750 mg
Gelatin 190 mg
Silica 30 mg
* Daily Value not established
Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate

drawmuhfree 09-24-2009 11:19 AM

I tried the hairfinity for a little while. Like you I felt that it should be ok because the webite didn't really have any outlandish claims and I found some of the free information on the site very helpful. BUT,... that was before I found NC.com and started to really take a proactive approach to my hair and hair care.

I don't think that there is anything wrong with the product, I just felt like I can go to my local health food or vitamin shop and buy the supplements myself. No shipping charges and you can tweak it for your needs (Right now I just get a hair nail and skin mutli-vitamin which has a very similar dosage listing and supplement the biotin, or msm depending on what that particular brand may lack). IMHO whether you decide to use this product or just go buy vitamins locally, the real key is consistancy in using them.

etos 02-15-2013 06:36 AM

So as I can read the hairfinity contains a really, really high doses of vitamins. Wouldn't that be harmfull?

Glamourstruckk 02-15-2013 07:58 AM

There is a Hairfinity thread on here actually. It's titled "Hairfinity" with I don't know how many "Y"s. I pop in and read it from time to time.

dee-nature 02-15-2013 11:31 AM

I agree with draw. If you look @ the ingredients it has high doses of biotin and msm. I took my behind to walmart and bought Natrol Biotin 10,000mcg, Maximum Strength, 100 Tablets. Hairfinity promises 1 inch a month, u can achieve this w/o taking supplements but if u decide to go that route an off the counter multi vitamin will do the trick. Save your money.

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hairhealth 02-17-2013 06:58 AM

You can get a more potent, higher rda with walmart's one source for women, at $ 4.92.

Usu. B vitamins are a very high rda due to depletion through many type meds, etc. For the non-water soluble - manufacturers know to stay below toxicity.

I usu. add extra biotin ( water soluble) despite dosage. All add-ons, still put me under $12.00 per month. A vit is a vit is a vit...imo.

I can't imagine paying so much for good advertisement.

'just a different pov. 'works for me. :laughing6: happy hair growing!!!!

dee-nature 02-17-2013 05:34 PM

I got my box braids installed 3 weeks ago and im already @ 1" of new growth (this is w/o help of any growth aids). If i keep this up i can get to wl by aug.

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