If you’ve been following my hair journey for a while, you know that my hair journey focuses on treating my hair well once it’s grown from my scalp. And while I have dabbled in using growth aids here and there, I haven’t taken it too seriously. But at the end of last year, I started taking a multivitamin that had ingredients to promote healthy hair. Now, months later I am noticing that my new growth is softer and shinier than I am accustomed too. And my hair is growing in too thicker. (The thicker hair may be a result of my longer stretches, but I’m not going to overlook the possibility that these hair supplements are contributing to that as well.) With this recent realization I want to dive deeper into the world the hair supplementation.
Currently, I am taking Nature’s Bounty Women’s Multivitamin Gummies for Health and Beauty daily. I have fallen off a bit on my garlic supplements, but I do still take them here and there to keep my shedding to a minimum. In addition to these, I just ordered Bamboo tea and Beautifully Bamboo Hair, Skin and Nails that I am excited to give a try. I ordered a 30 day supply of both and I am taking their 30 day challenge. I will report back on my initial thoughts after 30 days.
Why These Hair Supplements?
Well, you can thank LongHairCareForum for that one. I was on there the other day and pretty much was captivated by this one thread where women were raving about these products. So as soon as I heard that the supplements were back in stock, I ordered mine. They should be here on Tuesday and I plan to start right away.
What are the Potential Benefits?
The bamboo tea is rich in silica, which promotes “stronger, thicker hair, reduced shedding, and healthy growth…healthier skin, and stronger, longer nails.” And the hair supplement contains Biotin, MSM, Folic Acid, Amino Acids, Bamboo Extract (Silica), Collagen, Vitamin C, Cayenne Pepper and Green Tea Extract, which are all ingredients that contribute to youthful skin, healthy hair and strong nails. While I love all the benefits, I’m in it for the hair and skin.
My Current Length:
…which you guys on Instagram are telling me is waist length (woo-hoo!!!). …And you can also see that my new growth is really thick at the top.