Can prenatal vitamins help your hair grow and keep them from splitting at the ends?

Won't hurt. If you are already eating a balanced diet, adding vitamins probably will no help much. But if you shirk on eating your vegetables, vitamins along with a good shampoo and conditioner will probably help keep your tress looking good.

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Do prenatal vitamins help make hair grow faster?

Yes. Prenatal vitamins contain biotin which helps promote strong nails and hair growth. However, there are women who take prenatal vitamins but do not experience hair growth due to life's stressors, pregnancy, or abnormalities in their thyroid function. Read more...

Is it bad to take prenatal vitamins if you're taking them just to make your hair grow?

No. Prenatal vitamins are totally safe to take, even for men, but they do have limited amounts of some vitamins (like vitamin a) so a stronger high quality multivitamin may help you even more! Read more...

What should I take to help my hair grow faster/healthier that won't do damage to my body? I've read prenatal vitamins aren't a good idea.

No reliable answer. You may notice that if you try to investigate this answer, all the answers come from the sellers of various products. There is no reliable & scientific evidence that any product you apply to your hair will make it grow faster and/or healthier. In this situation, you have to make a decision about how much you want to trust non-scientific claims from various sources:) Most will be a waste of money:( Read more...

Can I take prenatal vitamins to help my hair grow without being pregnant?

Yes, but. You can take prenatal vitamins anytime. Even men can take prenatal vitamins without any harm. (but it won't make your hair grow - sorry!). Read more...

What happens if I take prenatal vitamins when I'm not pregnant, does it help grow hair?

If deficient in a. mineral or vit it might. Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vit.E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. Read more...