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Low-Potency, Admirable Marketing and Idea
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2019
A lot of ingredients but very low concentrations of most - basically a well-marketed Biotin. It has a ton of nutrients, but most of them are included in very low amounts. The Vitamin E, for example, is only 15 IU for two capsules: B1, 5mg; Niacin, 5mg; D3, 2.5mcg; all the B’s are 5mg’s or less. Even the Biotin is only 5,000mcg. You can get a good 10,000mcg Biotin gelcap with coconut oil and most likely get better results. I also have a liquid version Vitamin E with 100iu that was very cost efficient. It’s honestly a low-potency multivitamin with a beard on it, and it has rice flour as filler. I give props for the idea and marketing, but anyone who has a basic knowledge of which nutrients encourage hair growth and healthy skin could build a more efficient stack using a company like Nutricost.