Lynnette Joselly: Do Hair Growth Vitamins Really Work?

Do Hair Growth Vitamins Really Work?

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with My Hair Evolution.
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Due to heat damage, hair relaxers, bad haircuts, dyeing and more, I've been at the same hair length for the past 5 years. After seeing so many ads about vitamins for faster hair growth, I have always wondered do hair growth vitamins really work or are these brands just photoshopping some amazing before and after photos. The only way to find out was to test it out for myself. Keep reading to find out more on my natural hair journey with My Hair Evolution health supplements.



The key vitamin in My Hair Evolution pills is biotin, which encourages the production of protein for nail growth and also stimulates new hair growth. There are 60 pills in a bottle, which equate to a one-month supply, as you take two pills per day — one in the morning, and one at night — and cost about $30. To make sure I got the best results from taking the vitamins, I stopped dyeing my hair and also cut down the amount of heat usage to avoid any further damage.

So, to answer the question: yes hair vitamins do work. So good that even the hair on my legs grew back after laser hair removal. After the first month, as you can see below, my thin ends were fuller and after the second month there is more length and thickness. I am beyond excited for my new hair length in which the vitamins are helping me grow out the damaged hair faster. Now if you look at any previous post you will see my hair go from short to long in a matter of days and that's because I am using Bella Kurls clipin curly hair extensions until I reached my desired length. I must also note the effectiveness of the hair vitamins relies on a healthy lifestyle so make sure to drink lots of water, eat your veggies and of course be mindful of your hair styles to avoid breakage.

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  2. Depending in your hair type, if the elastic is too tight or rubs a lot, it may make your hair thinner. To get around this, keep the ponytail loose (and use a hair tie that is soft and expandable) as you've mentioned, and braid your hair.

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