For the modern man, feeling good and looking good are one in the same. And we aren’t just talking about confidence — whole-body health is also the key to keeping your hair, naturally, for as long as possible.
In addition to staying active, eating healthy, and paying attention to self-care, taking a supplement like Nutrafol helps balance the body to address multiple root causes of men’s hair thinning (from hormones to stress to metabolism and hair nutrition) to make hair growth happen. Keep scrolling to see how men are transforming their hair and improving their overall wellness with Nutrafol.
Jon, age 22
Stress from working night shifts while completing his bachelor’s degree was taking a toll on Jon’s hair. After discovering more and more hair in the shower and on his pillow, Jon started taking Nutrafol. After three months, he noticed more scalp coverage. “Saw palmetto, an ingredient in Nutrafol, helps target DHT, the hormone responsible for Jon’s hair thinning,” Dr. Tess Marshall, ND, a naturopathic doctor at Nutrafol, explains.
Kyron, age 43
In his early 40s, Kyron noticed the quality of his hair was suffering due to physical stress and a diet lacking optimal nutrition. A friend introduced him to Nutrafol, and after four months he saw better scalp coverage. “I fell in love with Nutrafol for its natural properties,” he says. “My confidence level is back.”
Jonathon, age 38
This is Jonathon before and during his 13-month Nutrafol journey. “Nutrafol was conscious of the fact that younger men deal with these issues, too, and wasn’t afraid to speak to them,” he says. “I definitely felt my hair get thicker and stronger overall.”
Amaan, age 42
“After the first six months, I started to notice my hair getting thicker,” Amaan tells us. A few months later, he says his friends and family started to notice, too. “The results have far exceeded my expectations,” he says. “A month after incorporating Nutrafol, I started to feel much better. Nutrafol addresses the root causes of your hair issues while also helping to balance your sleep and stress.”