*SHOWDOWN* Vivsical vs. Biotin Vitamins | Review Differences, Ingredients, Side Effect Alternative

*SHOWDOWN* Vivsical vs. Biotin Vitamins | Review Differences, Ingredients, Side Effect Alternative

Are Viviscal and Biotin effective for hair loss? If so, which treatment is better?

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Viviscal is a supplement with a range of different ingredients.

Key ingredients in viviscal include a marine complex, natural forms of silica, and acerola cherry, which contains vitamin C, biotin and zinc.

The results of a 3-month randomized controlled trial found that the ingredients in a marine protein supplement (which is the scientific name for viviscal’s main ingredients) helped to promote hair growth in women experiencing temporary hair thinning.

In a comparative study on young men, viviscal was shown to help treat hereditary androgenic alopecia.

In this study, 20 subjects received two tablets of viviscal daily, and another 20 received a fish extract daily for 6 months.

The group taking viviscal showed an increase of non-vellus hair of 38% compared to 2% in the fish extract group.

Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that’s important for the function of several enzymes.

While biotin can help with hair growth when you’re deficient in biotin, there is a lack of research showing that biotin helps treat genetic and hormone-based causes of hair loss.

Furthermore, biotin deficiencies are very rare, especially in men.

Chances are that neither of these supplements will be the be-all end-all cure for an individual’s hair loss.

However, these supplements could be extra synergistically effective when taken in conjunction with a clinically proven hair loss treatment such as low-level laser therapy.

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Overall there is more clinical research supporting the marine complex found in viviscal as a treatment for hair loss rather than biotin alone.




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