Hairfluence Q&A

Hairfluence Q&A

You had some questions, and now we have answers. Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions about Hairfluence. If you find that a question you’re specifically curious about hasn’t been answered in this article, please feel free to reach out to and find out more! Once you find the answer you’re looking for, we’ll do our best to help keep this Q&A up to date! 

Q: Does this include DHT?
A: Hairfluence does not contain any DHT blockers.

Q: Can I take it with a multivitamin?
A: Yes, it is perfectly safe to take Hairfluence along with your multivitamin. Hairfluence is not a multivitamin as it only includes ingredients intended to help with healthy hair, skin and nails.

Q: Can Hairfluence be used for men?
A: Hairfluence can absolutely be used by men. Hairfluence contains the basic nutrients for overall hair health for women and men. Both men and women need vitamins and minerals to sustain a healthy body. A healthy body is the ideal environment for healthy hair to thrive.

Q: Is Hairfluence vegan?
A: No, Hairfluence is not vegan. There is collagen included in the formula.

Q: Where is the hydrolyzed collagen sourced from?
A: Our hydrolyzed collagen is sourced from grass-fed cows.

Q: I'm not super familiar with the science behind hair care. Could you guys send me some resources to help me understand how an oral supplement get transported into the hair shaft?
A: Hairfluence includes ingredients that are the building blocks for complete hair transformation. They supply your body with the essential nutrients and minerals to promote healthy hair.
Here is an explanation of how the individual ingredients work:

Hydrolyzed Collagen – composed of small amino acids which formulate new collagen that helps strengthen the hair shaft and strands.
MSM – an organic, sulfur-rich compound that promotes vitality.
Keratin – Supplementing with keratin over a 3-month period may decrease hair loss and promote hair strength. 
Also features:
Vitamins A and D – Provides antioxidant protection to help promote healthy hair and scalp
Niacin – Helps promote blood circulation to the scalp.
Pantothenic Acid – Strengthens and nourishes the hair follicle.
Vitamin B12 – Helps promote transportation of oxygen to the scalp and follicles.
Biotin – Promotes growth of existing hair, produces keratin, and works to increase hair’s elasticity.
Plus: Vitamin B1, B2, B6, C, Folic Acid, and Calcium.


Q: Does this work on all hair types?
A: Yes, Hairfluence is effective for people of all races. If you look through the product reviews, you will find positive reviews from people of many different ethnicities.

Q: Is the biotin natural or synthetic in your Hairfluence?
A: The biotin is synthetic.

Q: If I'm a woman, will this make hair grow on your face or just your head?
A: For women, hair on your face is hormonal. Hairfluence won't affect hormones

Q: Why do you use cyanocobalamin rather than methylcobalamin?
A: We have spent considerable time investigating the differences between these 2 types of B-12. That methylcobalamin isn't any safer or more effective than cyanocobalamin but is a great way for some supplement companies to charge many times more for the same product. 

Q: Does this have Kosher Certification?
A: No, this is not a kosher certified product.

Q: Where is the Keratin in Hairfluence sourced from?
A: Keratin is sourced from sheeps’ wool.

Q: What is the capsule size?
A: The capsule size for Hairfluence is “00.”

Q: What type of Collagen Hydrolysate is in Hairfluence?
A: Type 1 and Type 3.

Q: Is Hairfluence yeast free?
A: Yes, Hairfluence is yeast-free.

Q: Why so much Biotin in Hairfluence?
A: This is the recommended dose and often considered the standard. 

Q: The powder in my Hairfluence capsules appears to be spotted?
A: Hairfluence capsules have a yellowish-brown fill, that may be spotted.

Q: Is Hairfluence allergen free?
A: Hairfluence is screened for Gluten, Soy, Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, and Wheat.

Q: What’s Hairfluence’s serving size?
A: Serving size: 2 veggie capsules. Servings per container: 30.

Q: Is Hairfluence produced under Halal conditions?
A: While we take steps to minimize cross-contamination in our production processes, we cannot verify Hairfluence is produced to Halal standards at this time.

Q: Why is there L-Leucine in the formula?
A: We use L-Leucine in our formula as an excipient for lubrication.

Q: Is this safe for diabetics?
A: While there shouldn't be any complications to you using our product, we strongly recommend you discuss using this with your healthcare practitioner or primary care practitioner to ensure it will not impact any other medications you may be taking for your diabetes.

Q: This is a gluten-free product, but is this manufactured in a gluten-free facility?
A: Hairfluence is a gluten-free product, but the facility isn't certified as gluten-free. 

Q: Is the B12 in Hairfluence synthetic?
A: Yes, we use Cyanocobalamin as B12 in our Hairfluence product.  

Q: I’m concerned about the amount of Vitamin A (it seems like too much & potentially toxic) and the low amounts of Vit C & B2. Can you give me any background on how these amounts were determined?
A: If you are concerned about taking that amount, then please consult with your healthcare practitioner.

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