Hair, Skin & Nail Support
Hair, Skin & Nail Support is an herbal remedy that promotes tissue regeneration, healthy nails and hair growth. The company behind the product is Gaia Herbs.
Gaia Herbs was set up roughly 25 years ago in North Carolina in the United States as an herbal products manufacturer. It now has an established reputation being one of the main producers of certified organic herbal remedies. It is actually a vertically integrated company, controlling every development phase, from seeding the plant to distributing the final formula. The company’s products are easily obtainable online as well as in local stores.
The manufacturer advertises Hair, Skin & Nail Support as being rich in minerals and anti-oxidants which play an important role in skin and nail tissue regeneration. The formula is also highly effective in improving healthy scalp circulation which helps the hair grow. The capsules filled with the liquid potent formula have been developed according to a modern and environmentally friendly technology in order to allow the product to be rapidly absorbed after ingestion. Therefore, the formulation is both very potent and fast acting. Hair, Skin & Nail Support is recommended to persons with various skin conditions, nail problems like brittleness and those trying to combat hair loss and thinning hair.
Hair, Skin & Nail Support Ingredients
Hair, Skin & Nail Support includes the following ingredients: Horsetail aerial parts, Alfalfa aerial parts, Burdock root, Gotu Kola leaf, Nettle leaf, Triphala fruit, Astaxanthin, vegetable glycerin, and vegetable cellulose (capsule).
Hair, Skin & Nail Support is an herbal remedy that contains plants rich in silica, a mineral effective in the healing of wounds and tissue regeneration in general (including nail tissue), and in improving scalp circulation thereby promoting hair growth. Silica is to be found for instance in horsetail herb. Horsetail has been considered for hundreds of years to be a remedy for urinary tract infections and kidney stones given its diuretic effect. It also has anti-oxidant properties which support new cell growth and modulate inflammations. Horsetail is also a traditional remedy again brittle nails and minor wounds. The herb is not recommended to children since it contains traces of nicotine. One side effect of horsetail is that it may lower the amount of vitamin B1 and potassium found in the body. Unfortunately there are very few clinical trials performed on humans.
The Hair, Skin & Nail Support formulation has not been subject to clinical trials made by scientists on humans. The producer does not recommend the product though to pregnant women and lactating mothers.
The product is sold in bottles of 60 capsules. The manufacturer recommends taking two capsules two times per day after meals. Thus a bottle would cover supply for half a month.
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- The product is potent and fast acting
- Online customer testimonials are positive
- You can replace the product or be refunded by the producer
- It is organic
- It is widely available online
- Some online retailers offer appealing discounts
- The manufacturer has an established reputation
- The cost for one month’s supply is around $38-$60 (depending on discounts), which recommends the product as being expensive
- There is limited scientific research on the effectiveness and side effects of some ingredients
- It is not recommended to pregnant women and nursing mothers
Hair, Skin & Nail Support is an herbal supplement which should help against various skin conditions and in supporting healthy hair and nails. The formula is based on the traditional use of herbs, rather than on scientific research which is actually rather limited for some of the ingredients. The product benefits from positive online consumer testimonials which should uphold its potency. In our view and as with most herbal supplements, it would be wise to consult a specialist before using Hair, Skin & Nail Support because some of the herbs have not undergone clinical trials on humans, even though they have been tested in the laboratory.