Grow and Shine - 32 oz.
- Supports Hair Growth*
- Enhances Hair Shine*
- Maximizes Overall Hair Energy*
Have you ever wondered how the industry's top winners get that velvet appearance on the body and the volume of leg hair? The secret is out...melatonin supplements! Grow and Shine is a melatonin supplement combined with other beneficial ingredients that enchances hair production! The liquid formula makes it easy to administer, and when given properly, over a three to four month period, can produce AMAZING results!
Description: The ingredients in Grow and Shine have been shown to increase hair growth, hair sheen and is also known for it's calming properties.
Melatonin -has been shown to revitalize hair growth and also know for it's calming properties.
Biotin - is an essential member of the B-Complex Family and is very important for healthy looking hair. Biotin has been shown to be effective to stop and prevent hair loss.
Niacin - Works best in conjunction with Biotin to promote healthy hair growth. Niacin increases blood flow to the follicle, which is very important to hair growth.
Folic Acid -essential for the production of red blood cells, tissue cells and normal growth.
Vitamin B12 - Plays an important role in promoting healthy skin and hair.
Pantothenic Acid - Studies have shown that Pantothenic Acid plays an important role in hair-loss prevention.
Iodine - The thyroid gland plays and important part in healthy hair and skin. The Thyroid is dependent upon iodine to function.
Zinc Oxide - Zinc is important for normal hair health. Zinc has also been used for treating alopecia and baldness.
Manganese Gluconate - necessary for bone, skin and ligament formation.
Choline Bitartrate and Inositol -
work together in the body and are responsible for the formation of lecithin in the body. They play an important role in the prevention of hair-loss and stimulation of hair-growth.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.