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What is Biotin?
Biotin, also known as vitamin H or B7, is a water-soluble supplement that promotes healthy and strong hair. As an entirely natural vitamin, Biotin supports and promotes the strength of natural fibres in your body, such as nails, hair and skin. If you notice that your hair is thinning or that your skin looks less healthy, it may be a sign that you are low in Biotin and other vitamins, if you start to see hair loss or less healthy skin colour.
Bitoin forms part of our complete hair loss treatment plans as it is just as important to look after your existing hair as it is to maintain or regrow any hair lost through the balding process.
Does Biotin help hair loss?
Biotin is a crucial part of maintaining and encouraging healthy, strong hair. This is especially beneficial for men that are experiencing hair loss as it can improve the appearance of your existing hair. It can also increase the rate of growth of your hair. That is why we offer Biotin supplements as part of all our treatment plans, as well as a separate product.
However, it’s also important to note that Biotin by itself isn’t proven to treat hair loss and any hair loss treatments based purely on this vitamin aren’t likely to have massive impacts on balding.
How much Biotin should I take a day?
As part of our treatment plans at Sons, we include Biotin supplements to assist in the cultivation of healthy hair. We recommend one tablet to be taken daily in line with your treatment plan, alongside your shampoo, Minoxidil and Finasteride. However, the vitamin is naturally occurring and can be found in various foods, such as eggs, fish and nuts.
Do Biotin supplements really work?
A huge amount of clinical evidence has proven that Biotin can be very effective at encouraging healthy skin, hair and nails. That’s why we recommend those that are suffering with hair loss to include our supplements as part of their daily hair care routine. Each of these daily supplements contains 900 µg of Biotin, with results being seen within months when combined with other elements of the treatment.