Vegamour Review: Our Brutally Honest Opinion

Your hair can become frail and begin falling out for many reasons. It could be stress, hormones, medication, or even genetics (1).

Regardless, we can bet that seeing huge chunks of hair in your hairbrush or the shower is not something you will enjoy.

You may have heard of Vegamour a solution that claims to help you restore your lost glory. The product comes in a hair serum and chewable gummies.

Now, you are probably looking for a Vegamour review that you can trust and we can tell you that you are in the right place.

Stick around to find out how this product works and its benefits for your hair.

Vegamour Hair Growth: A Review

Vegamour User and Review

According to the product’s official website, this is an all-vegan solution for hair loss. The company behind Vegamour manufactures natural yet powerful products for hair growth.

They claim that their products improve hair density and length. The best thing, however, is that the company backs the effectiveness of their products with scientific research.

In fact, there is an entire page on the site talking about ingredients and clinical studies. We do not know about you, but we love to work with facts.

Now, you can order the serum bottle paired with vegan gummies or just the serum alone based on your needs.

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How it Works

For you to address your hair loss effectively you need to figure out why it is happening in the first place and that is what Vegamour claims to do.

It considers why your hair growth is stagnant. Perhaps due to overproduction of DHT, nutrient deficiency, hair styling, or genetics.

Apparently, the formulation contains peptides and active phyto-molecules that work to nurture your hair follicles from the inside out.

According to the manufacturer, their Serum contains Red Clover, an ingredient that is thought to block DHT conversion when applied directly on the scalp. But how true are those claims? Stick around to find out.

What it Includes

As we have previously mentioned, you can choose to buy a bottle of the serum alone or along with the vegan gummies.

Let us have a closer look at both.

Vegamour Vegan Gummies

Vegamour Gummies

These gummies contain a combination of minerals and vitamins that are meant to strengthen hair strands.

In particular, they contain folic acid which is believed to support hair growth by boosting blood supply to the hair follicles (2).

There’s also biotin which has, in multiple studies (e.g. 3,4), been shown to play a key role in the development of stronger nails and hair.

That said, there’s so far no evidence that Biotin alone can indiscriminately stop hair loss (5).

Other than those two key ingredients, you get a long list of vitamins in these gummies. We’re talking about vitamins B12, B6, E, C, and A.

You probably don’t need these vitamins if you’re on a healthy diet. That said, there’s no harm in taking healthy quantities of vitamins.

And then, there’s also Zinc. There’s limited evidence supporting zinc’s ability to stop hair loss. That said, this mineral may support oil production (6) around the hair follicles thereby keeping them…well oiled!

Granted, this product is great, vegan-friendly, and easy to swallow.

Vegamour Hair Growth Serum

Vegamour Serum

We had already mentioned that hair loss and hair thinning can be caused by a plethora of reasons. And in most cases, those reasons vary from one person to the next.

The Vegamour Hair Serum formula is so far one of the most popular topical applications that claim to help stop hair loss.

It is a proprietary plant-based formula fortified with “phyto-actives” that are thought to inhibit the production of DHT.

So, what are these “phyto-actives?”

According to Vegamour‘s official blog, the DHT blocker in their serum is Red Clover. Wait, what?

We did a bit of digging and still could not find any peer-reviewed studies or credible medical journals linking Red Clover to DHT blocking or 5a-reductase reduction.

The only study we came across that suggest that Red Clover may help with hair growth are based on subjective observations. Rather than facts and figures.

And even then, the study doesn’t talk about Red Clover having in DHT blocking abilities.

Fortunately, there’s a bit of coffee in this serum. And from what we know so far, coffee does have some DHT blocking and hair growth boosting properties (7).

So, it’s not all doom and gloom for this product although we felt that the claim on “Red Clover being a DHT inhibitor” is untrue.

Advantages

You should expect to enjoy several benefits by purchasing this product. Some of them include:

*Its an all natural formulation

*No serious side effects noted so far

*Can be incorporated into your daily hair routine

*The purchase is risk-free as it comes with a money-back guarantee

*May tame hair frizz as well

*Plant-based hence suitable for vegans

Drawbacks

Just as it has benefits, this product also comes with several flaws including:

(1)It lacks a powerful natural DHT blocker e.g. Saw Palmetto or pumpkin seed oil

(2)Contains 4000mcg Biotin which is way above the daily recommended intake (8)

(3)The serum’s ingredient quantities are hidden in a proprietary blend

(4)Of course, the product doesn’t come cheap

Final Thoughts

According to the manufacturer, Vegamour can deliver noticeable and impressive results within a month of use. We would be hesitant to take their word for it.

Fortunately, there’s a money-back guarantee in place. You can use that to claim back your money in case you’re not satisfied with the product.

But there’s a catch – in most cases, online retailers require you to answer numerous questions and to cater for the cost of shipping back the product before your refund is processed.

If that doesn’t sound like too much of a hassle for you, go ahead and give the hair growth formula a shot.

Our goal is to ensure that your expectations are set right before you commit your hard-earned cash on any formulation out there.

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