The #2 Rated Hair Growth Product: Aviva Advanced Hair Nutrition
The following is a review of the product called Advanced Hair Nutrition, which is manufactured by Aviva. The manufacturer of this product claims that it can provide your body with eighteen essential nutrients that are needed to make hair longer, thicker and stronger.* Read on to learn more about the ingredients contained within this product as well as our opinion of whether it is the right product to take or not.
Advanced Hair Nutrition is made up of all natural ingredients. A complete list of ingredients for this product are as follows:
- Vitamin B-5
- Folic Acid
- Long Pepper
- Pumpkin Seed
- Phytosterol Blend
- Saw Palmetto Berry
- Horsetail Extract
- Shou Wu Root
- MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane)
Other non-active ingredients include: Soy, Gelatin, Glycerin, Beeswax, Purified Water, Lecithin, Titanium Dioxide and Silicon Dioxide.
It is recommended that adults take two capsules of this product daily, preferably with a meal.
The price of this product is listed on the company’s website as $54.99 for one month’s supply and $164.95 for a three month’s supply. We were unable to find any other multiple purchase discounts.
The manufacturer of this product does offer a money back guarantee and states that if you are not satisfied with the product and if it doesn’t display the desired results, then you will be provided a full refund after deducting a restocking fee of $6.95. The manufacturer has also specified that you have up to thirty days to return it after purchase. There are only a few reviews of this product on the company’s website that are mostly positive, which is to be expected. We would like to have read some external reviews to be able to ascertain a true reflection of customers’ experiences.
Advanced Hair Nutrition by Aviva is a product that has been designed to increase the strength, shine, and texture of hair.* It aims to boost deficient minerals and nutrients for optimal hair health. However, at $54.99 per bottle, it is quite expensive. It also contains soy to which some consumers may be allergic, as well as gelatin which vegetarians and vegans will not be able to consume. So, the bottom line is that it may not be the best supplement for you and we suggest that you shop around and double check the labels to see what the formula contains.
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*The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the Editor. Results may vary from person to person and cannot be guaranteed.