Ok, so I've said for a while that I would be trying the American hair health supplement, Nutrafol. I recently decided to purchase three bottles from Amazon, and I have been using this supplement for around 10 weeks now.
What attracted me to this supplement was the fact that it contains many ingredients that have worked well for my hair, such as saw palmetto, therefore I held high hopes for this natural supplement.
As many of you will know, I have been using HR23+ for quite some time now, as it works for me, but in order to make this review of Nutrafol completely fair, I decided to come off HR23+ during the time I used Nutrafol.
All in all, I would say Nutrafol is probably worth trying if, like me, you suffer from early stages of male pattern baldness. The science behind this supplement is pretty valid, so I definitely wouldn't label it as a scam. I think, if I hadn't discovered HR23+, I would probably have opted for something like Nutrafol, but as things stand, I didn't see any evidence, even though I only tried it for 10 weeks, that Nutrafol is particularly effective for my hair.
I shall go back to what I was using before, but if you're looking to try Nutrafol then I would suggest using it for a longer period than I did (12 weeks minimum) to get the full potential of what this supplement can do for your hair.
Here is my full breakdown of Nutrafol, based over a ten week treatment period:
Prevention of hair loss: No real prevention of hair loss, but no considerable increase in hair fall.
Promotion of hair growth: No hard evidence of new hair growth.
Hair thickness & density: The same.