Nutrafol Women is a daily hair growth supplement made for women 18-44 who are experiencing signs of hair thinning. Physician-formulated with medical-grade, natural ingredients to help with hair thinning.
HOW TO USE
4 capsules per day, with a meal.
PATENTED SYNERGEN COMPLEX: Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen Type 1& 3, Sensoril® Ashwagandha Root (10% withanolides), Saw Palmetto CO2 Extract (>45% fatty acids), Curcumin (>45% curcuminoids), Full spectrum palm extract (20% tocotrienol/ tocopherol complex), hyaluronic acid; NUTRAFOL BLEND: Lysine, Methionine, Cysteine, Horsetail extract, Japanese Knotweed Extract (50% resveratrol), black pepper extract, capsicum extract (2% capsaicinoids); Vitamin A (Beta carotene), Vitamin C, Vitamin D (cholecalciferol), biotin, iodine (from organic kelp), zinc, selenium (as selenomethionine). Collagen derived from North Atlantic Cod. Does Not Contain: Gluten, Soy, Shellfish, Binders.
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