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Biotin (also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H) is a vitamin that promotes healthy and stronger hair. One tablet per day, whenever suits you.
The Biotin vitamin (also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H) promotes healthier and stronger hair.
Men with mild hair loss that are experiencing the early signs of a receding hairline and hair loss in the crown area. If you are a 2 on the Norwood Scale, this is the plan for you.
"Results take time, I recommend a 6-month plan" Dr Knut.
Keratin - a basic protein that the body naturally produces - is vital for the structure of your nails, skin and hair. It has been scientifically proven that using Biotin tablets on a daily basis can enhance the infrastructure of Keratin within your body, promoting healthier and stronger hair.
Take a Biotin tablet once a day as part of your daily routine. We recommend attaching this to a normal day to day activity (such as brushing your teeth) to avoid missing any doses.
Each monthly subscription contains:
You should use Biotin if you want to promote healthier and stronger hair. However, if you’re looking to treat male pattern hair loss, you should combine Biotin with a wider Sons treatment plan that includes Fiansteride and Minoxidl.
It takes some time for changes to become visible. Some men will shed more fine hairs than normal, but this is only temporary.
Hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped completely. Some people see signs of regrowth, primarily at the crown of the head.
As the medication continues to work, miniaturised hairs will be replaced by thicker healthier hairs which leads to a gradual improvement in hair density over time .
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