I'm sure most of you have heard of this new supplement on the market called "Hairfinity".
I heard about this product a few months ago and I decided to wait and see how "real consumers" were taking to this new supplement. I am pretty knowledgeable in trichology (study of the health of hair and scalp), so I know that it takes more than a pill to grow hair.
I know that hair growth is based upon the way you eat and how well you take care of your body. This is in addition to how well you take care of your hair. The fact of the matter is that you can't expect to continuously abuse your hair and expect it to grow overnight. Just think, If you destroyed your hair for 10 years, what makes you think it can be repaired overnight?
Your hair has to be nursed, and that takes time. More often than not people put way too much stress on their natural hair. Between braiding, extensions, color, keratin treatments, blowouts and chemical straighteners, you damage the hair follicle and the shaft.
I'm not saying that everything is damaging to your hair. You can wear protective styles, you just need to be mindful that your hair is getting the natural nutrients that it needs.
As well as realizing that too much of anything isn't good. If you are wearing braids or even ponytails everyday, then your hair will thin over time.
More women are wearing their hair in it's natural state and not putting chemicals in it. I think that is a great way to go, if you you want to see the best results in rapid hair growth.
I have read a lot of the reviews and some people think it's a great product and others have experienced some side effects from using.
Some people have specified that growth has occurred after use. Others have complained about skin breakouts from use.
I have never heard of a vitamin causing skin breakouts before, however there is a first for everything.
As you can see I am not a believer in this product. I think that it has been marketed very well. I also feel as though the celebrity endorsements have given this product an advantage. Many celebrities are endorsing this supplement from the Kardashians, Moncia, Keisha Knight-Pullium, Emily B and more.
All I say is make sure you thoroughly research this product if you are thinking about using it.
If you want to take a vitamin, I recommend Biotin or Pre-natal vitamins.
I also highly recommend eating healthier as well.