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Old 10-10-2012, 11:54 AM
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If you like Nioxin, you should check out Priteva. The ingredients are very similar. Thats what drew me to them.

Priteva ingredients:

Serving Size : 1 capsule
Servings Per Container: 60

Vitamin A: 2 mg
Vitamin C: 5 mg
Vitamin D: 3 mg
Vitamin B1: 2 mg
Vitamin B2: 2 mg
Niacin: 25 mg
Pantothenic Acid: 25 mg
Biotin: 5 mg
Zinc: 3 mg
Vitamin B 6: 2 mg
Folic Acid: 200 mcg
Vitamin B 12: 6 mcg


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Aloe Vera, Stinging Nettle, Saw Palmetto, Rosemary, Fenugreek, Oat, Sarsaparilla Root, Pygeum, Bladderwrack, CoQ10, Tocotrienols, Phosphatides
Other ingredients: Rice flour



Nioxin ingredients:
Are the results similar to Nioxin?
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Old 10-10-2012, 12:24 PM
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Are the results similar to Nioxin?
With consistency my results have been great so far. I have not tried the new formula for Nioxin though.
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Old 10-10-2012, 12:28 PM
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With consistency my results have been great so far. I have not tried the new formula for Nioxin though.
When you say great can you tell me what those results were?

What are people saying about the new formula and what was wrong with the old one?

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When you say great can you tell me what those results were?

What are people saying about the new formula and what was wrong with the old one?

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When I am consistent with taking the vitamins I am able to get 1.5-2 inches is what I have noticed.
However this includes increased water intake and moderate exercising as well.

I am not sure what people are saying about the new formula, except that they changed it.
I cant really verify if its good or nor not.
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I have been taking Hairfinity vitamins since January, and have noticed great results. Sadly because I neglected my regular trimms...I have cut off alot of my progress. But I'm encouraged that with Hairfinitly I'll be back to BSL in no time.
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I remember sometime ago that GNC used to carry a knock off to Viviscal and that was really good as well. Not sure if they still carry it. It contained marine protein.
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When I am consistent with taking the vitamins I am able to get 1.5-2 inches is what I have noticed.
However this includes increased water intake and moderate exercising as well.

I am not sure what people are saying about the new formula, except that they changed it.
I cant really verify if its good or nor not.

Proctor & Gamble hasn't released the new Nioxin formula yet!
Check out this thread http://www.longhaircareforum.com/sho...ghlight=nioxin


If suppliers are saying it is the new formula - they no speak the truth!!
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@thatscuteright Do you know what the price point of those vitamins are?
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:02 PM
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@thatscuteright Do you know what the price point of those vitamins are?
www.priteva.com $21

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I ordered a bottle of Priteva today!! I'm excited to see what it does for my hair
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I love that stuff! My hair grew fast!! i used to use regular women's vitamins, and that also made my hair grow but I've had better results with Priteva.
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I think vitamins fall in the category of "A watched pot never boils." I've taken them for years and never felt they were doing anything miraculous, but when I stopped, I noticed a difference. I take them faithfully again because IMO they are worthwhile; I mean, the more positive haircare practices you have that make sense for your hair, the better.

I take a woman's multivitamin, a biotin and super B complex daily with a glass of orange juice at breakfast.
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At the moment, I'm taking Hair Revive, MSM and Pregnacare New Mum, which is not bad at all. I had a lot of thinning issues in the top of my crown. My thinning is getting much better, however I would like to try Viviscal Professional, http://www.viviscalpro.com/. It is more potent that the Viviscal Maximum strength. Viviscal Professional is sold in high end salons, spas and hair clinics, also available on Ebay. I have seem a lot of reviews about Viviscal, one lady used Hairfinity for 3 months and Viviscal for 3 months and she said she got better quality of growth.
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Valerie;17131445]At the moment, I'm taking Hair Revive, MSM and Pregnacare New Mum, which is not bad at all. I had a lot of thinning issues in the top of my crown. My thinning is getting much better, however I would like to try Viviscal Professional, http://www.viviscalpro.com/. It is more potent that the Viviscal Maximum strength. Viviscal Professional is sold in high end salons, spas and hair clinics, also available on Ebay. I have seem a lot of reviews about Viviscal, one lady used Hairfinity for 3 months and Viviscal for 3 months and she said she got better quality of growth.
Have you tried Viviscal Maximum strength yet? It has the same amount of Cherry Extract and Horsetail Extract per tablet as the Pro. The only difference is 50 mg of the MarC Marine Complex per tablet, so it's 300 vs. 350. It's a difference, but not that substantial.
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@jprayze I haven't, but since I found out about it, about a few days ago. I want that one. You take two tablets a day, which 700 mg of MarC Marine complex, v 600 mg MarC Marine Complex.
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I'm currently taking 5mg Biotin and 3600mg MSM every day. I have also taken Niacin/Vitamin B3 in the past, to help with circulation.

Biotin makes for stronger strands, and MSM increases the growth phase. MSM must be taken with vitamin C in order for the body to absorb it properly, I think.

My advice would be whatever vits you decide to go with, you must be 100% consistent and take them every day, without fail, and give it at least three months to decide whether they're working for you. Some ladies get breakouts when they take vits, so drink extra water which is good for you in any case. HTH
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@jprayze I haven't, but since I found out about it, about a few days ago. I want that one. You take two tablets a day, which 700 mg of MarC Marine complex, v 600 mg MarC Marine Complex.

@Valerie What site do you order the Visical from? I was doing Nioxin from Amazon and got the fake ones. But I need to get back on my vitamin regime asap.
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@ElizaBlue. I ordered my Viviscal supplements from Ebay, today.
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@ElizaBlue. I ordered my Viviscal supplements from Ebay, today.
@Valerie Did you get the Extra Strength and if so, how much were they on eBay. I priced them yesterday on the Viviscal site for a 3-pack of 60 ea. for $119.

Weird because the other Viviscal site showed 3 for $99 but when I tried to put them in my cart it went to 0 items and switched you to the other site for $119.
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