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HairVit vitamins for strong, thick and shiny hair. These vitamin and mineral capsules are specially formulated to help care for your hair. Hair requires certain trace elements, minerals and vitamins to maintain its texture and thickness.
Hair-Vit is a balanced supplement specially formulated to help safeguard intake of nutrients which help maintain and care for the hair and nails. We all get a bit thinner on top as the years go by. Poor diet, stress, hormone changes and pregnancy can all lead to a higher than normal daily loss of hair. A good way to combat this hair loss is to take Hair-vit as part of a nutritionally balanced diet.
It's high in B vitamins and packed with amino acids, essential for the production of proteins that promote strong, healthy, shiny hair for everyone.
Capsule Shell [gelling agent (gelatine)], humectant (glycerol, purified water), natural colours (black, brown, red iron oxides)], Bulking Agent (soybean oil, yellow beeswax, palm oil, coconut oil), di-Calcium Phosphate, Yeast Basic, Choline Bitartrate, Inositol, Hydrolysed Gelatine Powder, Ferrous Sulphate, Dl-Methionine, L-Cysteine HCl, Nicotinamide, Soy Lecithin, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid (calcium pantothenate), Para Amino Benzoic Acid, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl), Zinc Sulphate, D-Biotin, Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), Cupric Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Folic Acid.
Available in either 30 or 90 capsules
Hair-Vit Key Features:
What are Hair-vit® capsules for?
Hair is a non-living tissue mainly made up of a fibrous protein called keratin (which is found in nails and top layer of the skin). Hair requires a supply of nutrient-rich blood that nourishes the hair follicles in the scalp from which new hair grows. The range of trace elements, minerals, vitamins and amino acids required to maintain the hair texture, its thickness and overall health can be obtained from a balanced diet or through supplementation.
Hair loss (alopecia) is a major concern amongst men and women. In males, primary factors of alopecia are heredity, hormone imbalance, stress levels and age. In females, alopecia is usually not as severe as in males, and it usually occurs after delivery of a child, after the menopause, or after periods of severe stress. Therefore, common factors that contribute to hair loss include, acute illness, surgery, chemotherapy radiation, skin disease, stress and anxiety, sudden weight loss, iron deficiency (anaemia), diabetes, thyroid disease, pregnancy, vitamin and mineral deficiencies and women suffering from male patterned baldness or hormonal changes.
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