If you’re serious about treating hair loss, you need to come at it from all angles. From the changes to your shampoo and heat setting on tools, to leave in treatments and supplements. Luckily I have no issues with hair loss still but prevention can work wonders too. How can I tell if a hair supplement works? It’s all in the lashes and nails.
Most treatment capsules follow the same mechanism by aiming at your diet, considerably lacking in the building blocks for healthy hair—an easy way to provide the body with what it needs. Now you cannot choose where the hair will grow stronger so unlike shampoo, your body will digest the supplement and will use the content for all of your bodily functions, which is why you often get the recommendation to follow a few months of treatment to see results. Hair grows slow but generally speaking you need to saturate yourself so that your hair follicles will have ample reserves to draw from. I noticed mainly in my lashes and nails that this Phytophanère was working—more bottom lashes, longer upper lashes, my eyebrows started growing longer and my nails felt a lot stronger. As mentioned before, the body uses what it receives all over so the hair on my neck and shoulders became more pronounced too, hair is hair! You take two of the tiny capsules per day—the formula is free from parabens, sulfates, silicones, and mineral oil.
I’m going to stick with these tiny capsules because they’re easy to swallow, don’t upset my stomach and can be taken with a glass of water. Quick and easy.