4 Vegamour Alternatives, Good Quality, Affordable

Few hair growth products can rival the popularity of Vegamour and it’s easy to see why. Known for its strict adherence to quality standards and cruelty-free methods of production, the Vegamour Inc brand remains a popular choice for folks looking for hair supplements, serums, foams, shampoos, and conditioners.

However, like any other man-made product out there, their hair support products have their fair share of pros and cons. For instance, their products are generally regarded by some as a bit pricey. There are also those who happen to feel the Vegamour customer support team still has room for improvement.

If you’re one of the dissatisfied ones, chances are that you’d like to consider trying other alternatives. Luckily, there is no shortage of options and in some cases, a cheaper Vegamour alternative might just be what you need grow a thicker mane. Some of the popular alternatives include:

1. Don’t Mind Swallowing Pills? Consider… Nutrafol

Nutrafol containers arranged diagonally in an article suggesting Nutrafol as an alternative to Vegamour

Nutrafol is one of the most popular substitutes for Vegamour. The supplement Nutraceutical Wellness Inc., is clinically tested and endorsed by many health and wellness pundits.

Nutrafol is available in both vegan and non-vegan formulas. The later fails the vegan test because it contains marine collagen from North Atlantic cod, therefore, if you’re strictly vegan be sure to insist on the vegan product at checkout.

However, one needs to swallow 4 capsules of Nutrafol per day which can be a bit too much especially if you’ve already developed a palate for the heart-shaped Vegamour gummies.

Each serving of Nutrafol contains 3000 mcg of biotin compared to Vegamour’s 5000mcg.

A monthly supply will set you back $79 under subscription or $89 for a one-off purchase compared to Vegamour’s serum+gummies combo which retails for $108.

2. Prefer A Product You Can Apply Topically? … Inala Power Potion

Inala Power Potion bottles arranged diagonally in an article citing it as a potential dupe for Vegamour

The Inala Power Potion is worth considering if you’re looking for a practical replacement for the Vegamour Serum. Inala is simply rice water combined with arginine, biotin among other natural ingredients.

The product is meant for topical application meaning there are no pills or gummies to worry about. Each bottle of it goes for $79.90 and lasts 60 days.

Apparently, if applied as guided, the “potion” may revive hair and improve texture.

The reason why this stands out as a potentially good replacement for Vegamour is that it is a vegan, cruelty-free formula.

So, if you’re looking to make a switch from Vegamour, Inala allows you to do that without compromising your beliefs and life choices.

3. For A Budget-Friendly Substitute, Consider … Kerotin

Kerotin Hair Growth Vitamins bottles arranged diagonally

If you don’t mind popping two pills per day Kerotin can provide a good replacement for your Vegamour cravings. With 600mcg of biotin and significant quantities of Saw Palmetto per daily serving, Kerotin is a powerhouse worth exploring.

Each bottle of Kerotin comprise 60 capsules which are enough for 30 days – each bottle goes for $35.

As a product that contains all-natural ingredients, this Vegamour dupe stands out as a clean, hormone-free supplement.

The only major downside with it is that it isn’t vegan-friendly due to the presence of Vitamin D3 in its list of ingredients. Vitamin D3 is obtained from lanolin which is obtained from sheep wool.

4. Viviscal Is Yet Another Budget-Friendly Alternative Worth Considering

Viviscal containers arranged diagonally

Viviscal has to be one of Vegamour’s fiercest rivals. Known for its great list of ingredients and the legitimacy of being clinically tested, Viviscal is a big name in its own right.

Retailing at a cost of $33 for a 30-day supply this hair supplement by Lifes2good Inc comes loaded with 120mcg of biotin along with other noteworthy ingredients like niacin, l-methionine, l-cystine, and vitamin c.

It also contains Aminomar obtained from shark cartilage and mollusk powder.

Yet unlike Nutrafol, Viviscal comes in the form of tiny, easy-to-swallow tablets. And while they aren’t vegan-friendly, they are cruelty-free.

5. Hers – As A Replacement for Vegamour

Hers gummies in bottles arranged diagonally as used in an article comparing it to Vegamour

Hers is a product of a company that engages in direct-to-consumer telemedicine. Their products range from minoxidil, shampoo, conditioner to gummies and are mainly designed to strengthen hair and reduce shedding.

Their gummies come with 300mcg of biotin. Their shampoo too contains biotin. Depending on your unique circumstances, the experts at Hers may recommend a topical application of minoxidil which is 2% minoxidil for women.

Overall, Hers is a great alternative for Vegamour especially considering the fact that it is affordably priced ($55 for the full package of minoxidil, shampoo, conditioner, and gummies).

Unfortunately, their gummies are not vegan due to the fact that they contain vitamin D3 which is commonly sourced from sheep wool.

James Kerry

Hi, my name is James Kerry. My friends call me Hairy Jimbo. I'm a research assistant with an interest in hair-related topics. Facebook