top-bannerWhen faced with a sink, comb, or pillowcase full of hair your first reaction is probably shock. This is quickly followed by denial, and then maybe a little bit of depression. Hair is part of our external identity. Whether it’s purple and curly, or stick-straight and naturally blonde, hair is part of how a woman defines herself to the world. As much of a pain as it can be to wash and style, there’s no woman on the planet who wants to discover that she’s suffering from hair loss.

When forced to confront the reality that she may be losing her hair, the typical woman will immediately start looking for hair loss treatment options. A quick search of the internet will reveal a plethora of potential hair loss treatments, from topical treatments to laser therapies.

In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at one of the most commonly-touted “natural” hair loss treatments: vitamins and supplements. While we understand that many women are drawn to the discrete aspect of simply buying a few extra bottles of supplements online, the serious lack of evidence that these hair growth products work leads us to recommend caution.

Keep reading to discover the truth about supplements for hair loss and why professional treatments from Regenerate Clinic in Charlotte are a more reliable alternative.

side-page-content-imageYes, Vitamins Enhance Hair Growth

First, let’s talk about what we do know about using vitamins and supplements for hair loss treatment. Nutrition can go a long way toward helping you grow thicker, healthier, more lustrous hair. This means making sure that you’re not deficient in any vitamins or minerals that are essential for hair growth and health. These include vitamin A, vitamin E, pantothenic acid, iron, inositol, and biotin. While these nutrients are vital for the continued growth and maintenance of healthy hair, they’re not powerful enough to regrow lost hair all on their own.

No, Vitamins Alone Can’t Regrow Lost Hair

The truth is that women experience hair loss for many reasons, and nutrient deficiencies are only one of them. Taking vitamins and supplements is unlikely to have the desired effect when your hair loss is triggered by heredity or hormones, however.

When your female pattern baldness is due to your genes or a health condition like hypothyroidism, it’s necessary to take a more direct approach.

PRP Hair Restoration Is Different!

So while relatively “cheap” fixes like vitamins and supplements probably aren’t the answer to your hair loss issues, we’re also not suggesting that you rush right out and sign up for invasive, costly hair replacement surgeries.

We have a better alternative! Through platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP therapy) it can be possible to restore your natural hairline and thickness in a safe, effective, and rapid manner. PRP hair restoration is virtually pain-free, requires only a small amount of your time, and is so non-invasive that you could do it on your lunch hour and immediately return to work. You can even take a normal shower the very next day!

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