Restolin™ Hair Growth Supplement Review

Restolin hair growth supplement review

By David Griffiths 

I started reviewing hair loss treatments in 2011, and in that time, I've come across quite a few hair supplements. Hair supplements, along with topical serums, are without question the most popular choice of non-medical hair loss treatment. 

These types of products are popular because they offer users a safe alternative to harsh medications that can give negative side-effects. Hair supplements can also be quite effective for hair loss prevention, if you use the right ones. 

Because of my experience in this hair loss sector, and from the amount of reviews I have done over the years, I am confident that I can spot a good hair supplement from a bad one, right away. Sometimes I can tell how good (or bad) a hair supplement is, just by looking at the bottle. 

To get a good understanding of a hair supplement, the first thing I do is look at its ingredients. You can tell a lot about a hair supplement by simply knowing what's inside it. You won't find anything particularly revolutionary in any hair supplement, but some of them do have some excellent additives, with key combinations that can be effective for preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth. 

The latest hair supplement that I came across on Facebook was Restolin™. I have seen this brand advertised across a few social media channels, so, I decided to take a look at it and give my thoughts. 

What is Restolin™?

Restolin™ is a hair growth supplement for men and women. This brand claims that this supplement can reverse hair loss. The brand claims that Restolin™ "battles the growing danger of dihydrotestosterone" and "stimulates hair growth". 

This supplement comes in capsule form, and is made and based in the United States. This supplement is not FDA approved as a treatment for hair loss. 

There isn't a whole lot of science behind this formula. The description of the formula is vague. Here is a snippet from their website: "The supplement is a blend of different herbs and other ingredients which are claimed to be beneficial for hair loss. It does not contain any synthetic hormones or chemicals which make it safe to take."

Restolin™ is formulated for both men and women, and it claims to counter common hair loss conditions like androgenic alopecia, alopecia areata, and telogen effluvium. They also claim the supplement can stimulate hair regrowth. 

Restolin™ seems to be working off the same template as many hair supplements on the market. The description of their supplement could quite easily have been copied and pasted from a thousand other hair supplement websites.

There's nothing that gets my excited about this supplement, so far, but to avoid the risk of judging it too early, let's take a look at the ingredients... 

What are the ingredients in Restolin™?

The 17 listed ingredients in Restolin™ are: Vitamin C and E, Beta-Glucan, Essiac Tea Complex, Pine Bark, Quercetin Dihydrate, Cat’s Claw, Lycopene, Turmeric, Graviola Leaf, Mushroom Complex (Shitake, Maitake, Reishi), Grape Seed, Pomegranate, Garlic, Olive Leaf, Panax Ginseng, and Green Tea.

From looking at the ingredients alone, it would be extremely harsh to call this a bad supplement, because, to be fair, this supplement has some pretty good additives. It's not your usual hair growth supplement in the sense it has some ingredients in it that are not overly common in other hair supplements. 

Restolin™ has a good base of additives to work with, which makes it an interesting supplement, but I can't help but think it's missing a few key ingredients that could potentially make it a very good product. 

It's no coincidence that the top performing hair supplements on the market all contain potent DHT blocking extracts, like saw palmetto, for example. Restolin™ is somewhat lacking in those key areas. So, at this point, Restolin™ appears to be a hair supplement with a lot of potential. 

Does Restolin™ stop hair loss?

Now, this is where the brand lets itself down. Making claims is one thing, but making farfetched claims, without any sort of evidence or science backing those claims, is something that we see far too often with hair supplements, unfortunately.

As I said, Restolin™ contains some good additives, but there is absolutely nothing to suggest that this formula can, in any way shape or form, combat hair loss on any sort of level. Restolin™ constantly make claims on their website and across social media that this supplement can reverse hair loss. This is simply not true. Even medically approved hair loss treatments cannot reverse hair loss. Nothing can reverse hair loss. 

So, in short, no, Restolin™ does not reverse hair loss. Does Restolin™ stop hair loss? This is very unlikely. The formula lacks enough potency to be able to stop or even reduce hair loss. It is also unlikely that Restolin™ can have any effect on hair regrowth. This is a farfetched claim. 

Where does Restolin™ rank amongst other hair supplements?

If we put the farfetched claims to one side, and only judge this supplement on its ingredients, then I would rate it as a middleweight hair supplement.  Restolin™ has a relatively carefully considered formula, which ranks it above many of the basic, cheap hair supplements on the market, but, it does lack the potency and effectiveness that some of the very top hair supplements have in abundance. 

What are the top hair growth supplements on the market? The best hair supplement that I have reviewed is HR23+®. It's the most effective non-medical hair supplement out there. 

Another thing that lets Restolin™ down is its price. They charge an extortionate fee of $69.00 (£57.00) for one bottle, which lasts for one month. You can get that price down to $49.00 (£40.00) per bottle when you purchase a 6 pack offer, but that is still way overpriced for a supplement with a basic formula, and a bunch of farfetched claims. 


Restolin™ isn't a bad hair supplement, as such, but if you are looking for something to help you prevent hair loss and support hair growth, then this product will be of no benefit to you. 

Restolin™ contains some good ingredients, but the formula lacks certain additives to make it effective for treating hair loss in men and women. Restolin™ does not reverse hair loss, and you should not expect anything other than maybe a slight reduction of hair fall, at the very most. 

Restolin™ is far too expensive. You would be better of spending that kind of money on a more effective hair supplement such as HR23+® or Viviscal. 

If you are looking to combat hair loss, then Restolin™ is not your answer. This supplement has the potential to be better, but as it currently stands, it does not rank very highly in the pantheon of hair growth supplements. 

Restolin™ Rating: ★★★★★

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