Vegamour Gro Hair Serum Review

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Like so many things you notice about your parents and think “this will never happen to me”, I was aware of my mother’s hair loss near her temples (and my grandmother’s too). But growing up, I always had relatively thick, strong hair, so I didn’t give it much thought – until I noticed the same thing was starting to happen to my hair.

While breakage was an obvious issue since I started dyeing my hair in my mid-twenties, the thinning was less abrupt and therefore less noticeable. However, when I saw a photo of me – with my hair half up and the wind blowing across my hairline at just the “right” angle, I saw that I was dealing with some pretty decent baldness near my right temple.

Fast forward over a year and a half later, and I can honestly say that by using the Vegamour Serum a few times a week, the density of my locks has improved and my thinning hairline has noticeably filled in. Read more about how I tested the popular hair growth serum, including before and after photos, below.

To be clear, this is not going to be a story about my long and arduous journey to find the root cause of my hair loss. I admit I’m still speculative at best on that front. Although FWIW, “Thinning hair around the temples could be due to genetics, but it could also be caused by high stress, very tight hairstyles, or a combination of the above,” explains board-certified dermatologist and Vegamour brand expert, Neera Nathan, MD

And that’s kind of what I mean: there are many different causes of hair loss, and it’s usually the result of a combination of factors – genetics, nutritional deficiencies, hormones, significant stress, health issues. or other illnesses,” says Dr. Nathan. So while I’m a big proponent of taking charge of your health so you can make the best decisions for you, I’ll admit that in this case I took a “let’s see what happens” approach. The good news for everyone is that “most types of hair loss can be treated,” he says. Dr Nathan. The even better news for me: the Vegamour Gro Serum actually worked!

The formula comes in a small bottle with a dropper applicator, which makes it very easy to dispense the product directly onto the scalp. I started using it on totally dry hair, but found the moisture from the serum made my clean hair a bit greasy, so I started applying it to my damp, towel-dried hair after the shower. This turned out to be a useful tactic, as it helped me remember when to use the serum, and it quickly became an integral part of my post-shampoo beauty routine.

A few months later, I decided add a scalp massager into the mix, and, for the record, I think it made a big difference in my hair growth results. After applying my shampoo and working it into my hair, I massaged my scalp with the bristles in a circular motion around the hairline and the top of the head. I’m convinced that the combination of massage and serum really kicked my hair growth results into high gear, and the science agrees. “Massaging the scalp for several minutes a day has been shown to stimulate hair growth,” says Dr. Nathan. “Massage may also help increase the absorption of any topical products applied to the scalp or skin, which may make them more effective.” A-ha!

Regardless of the catalyst that spurred my hair growth, I’m a satisfied customer — and now a Subscriber Vegamour, to boot (which also saves me money on each bottle). And these days, I can confidently wear my hair in a ponytail without looking through my scalp. I even gave my mother a bottle of serum because I know she will be addicted too.

Melissa R. Brumfield