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    Hair Vitamins For Teens?
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    KenziThomas posted:
    Hey all. I'm a sixteen year old struggling to grow out her hair after multiple dye / bleach jobs and bad haircuts. I've been researching hair vitamins to promote faster growth, but many growth supplements contain maximum limits of vitamins (A, B and Biotin). I was just wondering if anybody could recommend a vitamin that a teenager could take daily and get resualts fast. thanks.
     
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    smann68 responded:
    Naturalwellbeing.com has an all natural vitamin mix called hair essentials. It's capsules. Since it's all natural, I don't see why you couldn't try them. I have found it to be very effective. Hope this helps.
     
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    KenziThomas replied to smann68's response:
    thanks! I'll have to check them out!


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