My HairAnew Review (2022) – Any Side Effects?

It's time for my HairAnew review – which is a popular hair product.

Do you think it can treat hair loss?:

  • a little expensive
  • causes some side effects
  • easy to take on a daily basis

On the other hand – can it actually make your hair worse?

If you want to know the real truth behind it well, you found the right review!

Note: This review is based on my research + opinion on HairAnew.

Review Summary

Full Name: HairAnew Healthy Hair Formula by naturenetics

Product Type: Hair Supplement

Best Actual Price: Around $30

Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon

Designed For: Promoting healthy hair growth, as well as several other benefits:

  • strengthens the hair
  • supports longer and thicker hair
  • nourishes the skin and nails

My Rating: 5 out of 10

Recommended?: Not quite – it has some undesirable features:

  • pretty high rate of side effects
  • quite expensive 
  • lacks other major hair ingredients

It's quite a popular hair supplement – but this doesn't mean it's very good.

So I suggest you to go for a much better hair supplement that is proven to treat hair loss.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Easy to take daily (2 pills/day)
  • Contains some good vitamins and minerals
  • Has a lot of customer reviews from real users
  • Available in several retailers
  • Can be bought in bundles (a larger supply)

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Can only improve existing hair
  • Lacks major ingredients for hair growth
  • Has a high dose of biotin (can cause acne)
  • Works pretty weak when it comes to treating hair loss
  • A little expensive for what it can offer
  • Triggers the opposite adverse reactions 

 

 


HairAnew In A Nutshell


Honestly – HairAnew looks like a typical hair supplement.

It has vitamins, minerals and herbal compounds.

But in reality, it doesn't do much in terms of treating hair loss and balding.

Actually – the best thing it can do is to improve the existing hair.

However, it has a high dose of biotin (5000 mcg).

This is way more than the safe amount (which is around 1000-1500 mcg).

So there's a high risk of causing side effects, especially acne.

Another alarming side effect is worsened hair fall/shedding.

A good hair supplement should never do that.

So I couldn't recommend it:

  • quite pricey for what it does
  • doesn't treat hair loss and male pattern baldness
  • some top compounds for hair growth are missing

Again – the price of a single bottle is $30.

It's not that expensive at first look.

But again, consider the things it can only do for your hair.

For what it offers, I find it very pricey and not really worth it.

Overall – I don't recommend it because I have some good reasons not to.

 

 


#1 – How It Works & Producer


As usual, we will start with the basic details about HairAnew:

  • how it works for the hair
  • the company behind it
  • what hair issues it helps
1. How It Works

If you didn't know, HairAnew is quite a popular hair supplement.

It claims to nourish your hair from the inside.

So to achieve that promise, it promises to work through these actions:

  • stimulates keratin production
  • supports hair regrowth
  • maintains healthy hair follicles
  • lessens hair breakage and shedding
  • gives glowing skin and stronger nails
  • promotes thicker, voluminous and stronger hair
  • caters all hair types and ages

Also – it mentions that you need to use it for 30-60 days or longer.

Well, that's if you want to see the optimal results.

Is problem is that it cannot treat pattern baldness (or hair loss caused by hormones).

It can mostly improve existing hair.

So if you want to make your hair stronger and thicker, HairAnew might help.

But if you're battling hair loss, it's not very useful.

Trust me, I've seen this type of supplement before – so I know what to expect about it.

2. Company Behind

The company behind HairAnew is naturenetics.

It's quite a popular brand, so you can easily find it online.

Upon looking at its official website, here's the info I found:

  • contact details include a phone number, email, mailing address and social media
  • sells different brands of supplements for human health
  • products are meant for hair, liver, digestion, heart and skin
  • besides supplements, it also offers shampoos and powdered drinks

Honestly – it's quite a reputable brand.

So you don't have to worry about being scammed.

 

 


#2 – Ingredients (6 out of 10)


In my view, HairAnew's formula is not that special.

It claims to contain 11 active ingredients – which I would divide in 3 main groups:

  • herbs
  • vitamins
  • minerals

At first, you might think that its ingredients are super helpful for hair loss.

But if you look closely, it doesn't have any essential ingredients for this problem.

I'm talking about substances like:

  • Saw Palmetto
  • Horsetail
  • Nettle extract.

There isn't anything like that in HairAnew.

All of these herbs have a lot of studies behind them.

Most of them can reduce excess DHT (a hormone responsible for hair loss/baldness).

But as I said, HairAnew doesn't contain anything like this.

Also – I want to mention that the dose of biotin is very high (5000 mcg).

The normal dose I recommend would be around 1000-1500 mg.

Anything above can cause adverse reactions (especially breakouts).

If you ask me, its formula is not terrible.

But it definitely lacks the ability to really treat hair loss.

Let's see more about each ingredient and the things it can do.

1. Vitamins + Minerals

Looking at HairAnew's formula, the majority of ingredients belong to this category:

  1. Vitamin C – helps prevents hair from drying or splitting [1]
  2. Niacin – promotes hair fullness by reducing premature degradation [2]
  3. Vitamin E – increases hair number and provides antioxidants [3]
  4. Biotin – improves hair, skin and nail health
  5. Vitamin B6 – supports healthy hair conditions and reduces hair loss [4]
  6. Pantothenic Acid – strengthens and nourishes the hair follicles
  7. Zinc – helps in accelerating the recovery of hair follicles [5]
  8. Inositol – reduces hair fall and hair thinning

Actually, the compounds above have a good effect on hair.

It makes the hair stronger and maintains its health.

But don't expect it to treat hair loss or male pattern baldness.

The minerals present can only solve a nutrient deficiency (like iron or zinc).

So the product claims are partially true.

Like I said before, biotin comes in a very high dose.

This explains the high rate of side effects this product has.

2. Herbal Extracts

On the other hand, HairAnew only contains 3 herbal compounds:

  1. Kelp – keeps the hair strong by supplying vitamins and minerals
  2. Ginkgo Biloba – promotes the normal cycle of hair follicles [6]
  3. Bamboo Extract – helps keep the hair strong, soft and shine

If you ask me, they can contribute to keeping the hair healthy.

But 3 herbs isn't anything impressive.

The formula could be better if it contained some other herbal extracts.

I didn't see any Saw Palmetto, Horsetail or Nettle.

So I just consider the overall formula more suitable for maintenance (than for hair loss).


Conclusion

In my view, the formula of HairAnew is not horrible.

But the best thing it can do is to maintain your existing hair healthy.

Also – it can make your hair thicker, stronger and voluminous.

So if you're battling hair loss, find a way better alternative in the market.

 

 


#3 – Pills & Dosage (8 out of 10)


Let's now move on to the other features of HairAnew.

1. Pills

So far, HairAnew looks like any typical supplement:

  • standard pill size
  • formulated as vegetarian capsules
  • beige or cream color

Obviously, there's nothing special about its physical appearance.

If you're used to taking capsules, then you won't have any problem with it.

2. Dosage

As for HairAnew's directions, things are quite easy.

It requires you to take 2 capsules per day.

Also – it recommends you to take it before or during a meal.

Another tip is to take it during breakfast (or before starting your day).

But if you ask me, you should make sure to take it after the meal.

In this way, you can avoid experiencing stomach cramps.

You also don't need to spread out the serving size throughout the entire day.

 

 


#4 – Results (8 out of 10)


Fortunately – HairAnew has a lot of reviews from previous buyers.

So I'm pretty excited to know what their experiences were.

Note: I only analyzed authentic reviews, not promotional or fake ones.

1. Positive Opinions

Since HairAnew has an official Amazon posting, we will check the reviews there.

So far – it received 4.3 stars out of 5 from users who tried it. 

Let's see what people loved about it:

  1. A lot of people said that it reduced their hair fall.
  2. Others stated that it made their hair stronger, longer and thicker.
  3. Some mentioned it helped their hair grow.
  4. A few people also saw their skin and nails improve.

As you can see, a lot of people said their hair became healthier.

It actually made their hair stronger, longer and thicker.

As for hair growth, only a few people commented about it.

I noticed that the comments related to hair growth are a little bit promotional.

But it's up to you to judge if they are real or not.

If you ask me, its main goal is to improve existing hair (and maybe grow it a bit faster).

2. Negative Opinions

On the other hand, let's see the complaints of other customers:

  1. Most of the users experienced adverse reactions.
  2. Others said that it gave them the opposite results.
  3. A few people complained about packaging and shipping.
  4. The rest mentioned that it's too pricey for what it can do.

As expected, a lot of negative opinions were about adverse reactions.

Those people complained about acne, breakouts and increased hair fall/shedding.

If you ask me, biotin is probably the main responsible.

But we will discuss it even more in the next chapter.

So far, I don't think these negative reviews are a good thing about HairAnew.

You should get really informed about it before trying it.


Conclusion

As you can see, HairAnew has a mix of positive and negative reviews.

Some people saw an improvement in their hair.

Meanwhile – others experienced some adverse reactions.

I personally wouldn't recommend it, since there are a lot of safer alternatives out there.

 

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (2 out of 10)


Based on the customer reviews, HairAnew garnered a lot of complaints.

That especially when it comes to its adverse reactions.

So here are the inconveniences experienced by people who tried it:

  • severe breakouts
  • intense hair fall
  • worsened shedding and thinning
  • headache and nausea
  • stomach pain
  • itchy scalp

Honestly – all these side effects are quite alarming.

Simply because we're talking about a hair supplement – so it should improve the hair.

But instead – a lot of people experienced the opposite.

So you surely don't want a supplement that will make your hair problems worse.

If you ask me, the severe acne could be due to a high dose of biotin.

People with oily (or acne-prone) skin have a high risk of acne.

Honestly – I cannot recommend HairAnew in these conditions.

 

 


#6 – Price (3 out of 10)


If you ask me, HairAnew is quite expensive for its quality.

So I don't think it's the most practical choice available.

1. The Exact Price

HairAnew is available on its official website and on Amazon.

But you can find more bundles on the second one:

  • One bottle costs $29.71
  • 3 bottles cost $75.76
  • 6 bottles cost $142.61
  • Offers an additional discount upon subscription
  • Free shipping (on some days)

Again – it's not a bad hair supplement.

But for the things it can do, it should have a lower price tag.

Also, if we consider the side effects it can cause, it's unreasonable to spend money on it.

Even though these issues won't appear in all cases, I still don't think it's worth the risk.

Honestly – you can find a better alternative that is more affordable.

So why spend more on HairAnew?

2. Competitors’ Price

I will give you a better option, it's my top recommended hair supplement.

The product I'm talking about is called Folexin:

  1. Folexin has 30 powerful ingredients made up of vitamins, minerals and herbs.
  2. It doesn't only improve existing hair, but it also treats hair loss, thinning and shedding.
  3. HairAnew only contains 11 active ingredients (herbs, vitamins and minerals).
  4. The formula has a huge dose of biotin and it can only improve existing hair.
  5. Both hair supplements require 2 pills on a daily basis.
  6. The lowest price of Folexin is $17-18 and standard price is $24.
  7. HairAnew's normal price is $30 but you can get a discount for larger bundles.

In my view – Folexin is way better than HairAnew.

That especially for people who are looking for hair loss treatment.

It also helps with maintaining existing hair.

Lastly – it's safe to use and really well-tolerated.

So for its price, it's obvious that it's a lot better than HairAnew.


Conclusion

Overall – HairAnew is actually a decent hair supplement.

But it doesn't really treat hair loss, thinning and shedding.

If you ask me, it could be better if it had a lower price tag.

 

 

 


#7 – Final Conclusions


Let me give you a summary of my views on HairAnew.

1. Has Some Good Ingredients

If you ask me, HairAnew has 11 active ingredients:

  • herbal compounds
  • minerals + vitamins

But if you look closely, it's quite weak for treating hair loss.

The best thing it can do is to make your hair thicker, stronger and voluminous.

So if you're someone suffering from baldness and hair loss, it's not for you.

2. Risk Of  Side Effects

I want to mention first that HairAnew has a high dose of biotin.

So it has a high risk of causing acne .

That's available especially for people who have an oily skin.

Also – another side effect is the opposite reaction.

A lot of people complained about worsening hair fall and shedding.

So if you ask me, it's quite alarming and I couldn't recommend it.

3. High Price Tag

Lastly – HairAnew's price looks okay at first look.

But for what it can offer, it's quite pricey.

The price of one bottle is $30.

You can get a discount upon subscription or for a large supply.

But still, it's expensive for what it can do.

 

 


My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?


Short answer: Not quite – it has several things you won't like about it:

  1. Has a high chance of causing side effects
  2. Biotin has a dose (and can cause acne)
  3. Quite pricey for its real value
  4. Doesn't target the root cause of hair loss
  5. Only works best for improving existing hair

HairAnew is not a bad supplement – but it can't do much too.

Yes – it has some essential compounds in it (like vitamins and minerals).

So it's good for someone who is only after maintaining his/her existing hair.

But for those seeking to treat hair loss problems, it's not the best.

Also – it has a lot of complaints on side effects (that are quite alarming).

So I strongly suggest that you go for a much better hair supplement.

What do I propose instead?

Try my #1 recommended alternative – Folexin:

  • Not super expensive but very high-quality
  • Extremely well-tolerated and safe to use
  • Contains more ingredients in potent (but safe) doses
  • Really works for hair issues like thinning, shedding and balding

If you look at both supplements, Folexin is way superior to HairAnew.

Its formula is more varied and it contains ingredients that target the root cause of hair loss.

At the same time, you can get it for a very affordable price.

So in my view, it's the best hair supplement from the market.

References:

1 – https://www.mountsinai.org/health-library/supplement/-vitamin-c

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC8536842/

3 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-24575202/

4 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-11344694/

5 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC2861201/

6 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-31520488/

 

 

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Paula has a background in Chemistry and continues to pursue further studies in it. She loves searching for the best products in the market that will give excellent benefits to the human body and share them with you.

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