Iam a young 50 year old female apart from my hair, which really depresses me. For the last 4 months I have been using Follicle Nutrient Supplement, but it doesn’t appear to be making any difference. I have been to the doctor who suggested Regaine, but I have read about Nourkin and wondered what you thought on this. I will try anything.
I have written much about naturopathic medications that have no science behind them. Their claims are:
- Natural protein and mineral food supplement.
- Clinically proven to reduce thinning hair (proven by whom and where is the proof?)
- Improves the strength of existing hair and promotes the growth of new hair. (Can the hair lift weights that prove it is stronger? Where did the company prove that there is growth of new hair and on who?)
The Nourkrin site claims, “The key ingredient in Nourkrin is a protein compound of marine extracts. This is blended with an organic, soluble silica and vitamin C, making a unique hair recovery programme.”
Enough on this product. There are so many of these types of products that just have no scientific proof to back up their statements, and the makers prey on those like you that will try anything. I hate to be so bold, but you need to be smarter about this and stop chasing these products that may not work. Get your hair evaluated by a medical doctor. Women with hair loss often have a medical condition causing it.