How Much Should You Pay for an Effective Hair Growth Supplement?

Buying the best supplement for treating hair loss

We often get asked what the best supplements are, which of them offer the best value for money, and more importantly which of them is the most effective.  As a general rule, different supplements tend to work better for each individual, making the question almost impossible to answer accurately.  For example, Supplement A may work better on Person B, whereas Supplement B would potentially give better results to Person A.

Hair Growth Supplement Price Categories

As you can imagine, finding the perfect supplement for every individual is quite a task.  so, instead of trying to dissect your genetic pool, we simply break down all the best selling hair growth supplements down into three price categories - Low Priced, Medium Priced, and High-end.  We also compare the price to the product's reputation, based on its user reviews and ingredients, in order to judge what products deliver the biggest bang for your buck!

Lowest Priced Supplements 

Single ingredient supplements do have their pros and cons.  The advantage of single extract supplements like saw palmetto or nettle leaf is that they are cheap, and they are beneficial for hair health.  The problem is, baldness cannot be prevented by just one single ingredient or extract, therefore you would need to buy quite a few of these supplements in order to get the best possible results - and that's where the price begins to build up.  

Medium Range Supplements

Medium range hair pills are usually made up of a handful of hair growth ingredients, but not in all cases.  Some mid-range products like HairXcel contain over 20 hair ingredients, offering users great value for money.  But single gender products like Procerin (for men) only contain a few ingredients, but focusing more on a higher dosage of one specific ingredient.  These types of products have proved to be very hit and miss, but they can help some individuals with hair loss.

High-end Supplements

The expensive hair supplements may have the best reviews and exposure, but you'll need to be extremely careful before parting with you cash here.  Expensive multi-vitamin hair supplements tend to contain more ingredients (but not in all cases), offering users a more potent blend to its cheaper counterparts, but that does not necessarily mean they will work.  HR23+ and Nutrafol contain a lot of ingredients and both have good customer reviews, making them an appealing option.  On the opposite end of the scale, TRX2 comes with a mixed bag of reviews, and only contains a handful of ingredients. Again, it really is a case of finding what treatment works best for you individually.

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