What it is:
A delicious berry-flavored, vegan gummy supplement that promotes hair growth and health.*
- Strengthens hair and promotes healthy growth
- Adds shine
- Protects color
If you want to know more…
Hair Sweet Hair has a unique combination of clinically-backed nutrients that promote natural hair growth, strength, and shine. PABA helps maintain hair color, folic acid supports growth, and Fo-Ti has long been used in Chinese medicine to maximize hair and scalp health.*
What else you need to know:
Hum is an all-natural line of supplements, gummies, and powders with clinically researched ingredients that are sustainably sourced, non-GMO, and free of soy, gluten, artificial colors, and preservatives. We can’t readily access many essential beauty nutrients through diet alone. Your skin, body, and general appearance is often the first to suffer if there is a nutrient imbalance. Hum’s mission is to make you look and feel great with products that compliment your beauty routine from the inside out and provide long-term care, repair, and protectionall in one step.
This bottle contains 60 berry flavored gummies (a 30-day supply) that are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Each gummy is fully vegan with no gelatin, gluten, soy, artificial colors, preservatives, or dairy, and is ideal for every hair texture and hair type. Best of all, each serving contains only 15 calories.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Biotin deficiency was found in 38% of women complaining of hair loss. About 11% of patients with biotin deficiency had a positive personal history for risk factors for biotin deficiency. Biotin supplementation can help with hair-regrowth in cases of biotin deficiency.
In traditional Chinese medicine, preparations from polygonum multiflorum (fo-ti) have a long history of use for hair growth and blackening. Both oral and topical administration of P. multiflorum preparations were clinically used in the treatment of hair graying sometimes simultaneously in traditional application methods.
Temporary hair darkening has been reported after ingestion of large doses of paminobenzoic acid (PABA) though the mechanism of action is unknown. In a study comprising 460 gray-haired individuals, 100 mg three times daily of PABA caused darkening of hair in 82% patients within 2 to 4 months.