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Evolis’ New Hair Growth Supplement Tackles Hair Loss Holistically

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When it comes to things that have the ability to send us into full-blown panic mode, hair loss definitely ranks high up there. Look, it’s hard not to freak out after finding a larger-than usual clump of hair in your hair brush or after noticing that your ponytail is slowly shrinking day by day. But, before you convince yourself that you must be going bald, just know that you’re not alone. Hair loss is actually way more common than you realize and despite the fact that it’s often seen as a strictly “men’s issue,” women make up 40 percent of all hair loss sufferers, according to the American Hair Loss Association

The good news? Regrowing your precious stands no longer has to be such a struggle. The pioneering anti-aging company, Evolis, is launching a first-of-its kind vegan hair growth ingestible that aids in growing youthful, healthy hair.

Called Let There Be Hair ($65.00), this innovative supplement combines both natural and botanical actives to help reduce stress, replenish vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, support the hair cycle, and protect the hair follicle from aging. Key ingredients include zinc, ashwagandha, vegan Vitamin D3, and micronutrients—all which work together to not only improve the hair’s overall health, but also improve thickness and strength. 

So, just what sets this hair supplement apart from the rest on the market? Well, Let There Be Hair takes a holistic approach to hair health by tackling hair thinning and hair related issues from the inside out. For those who don’t know, hair thinning and loss can be caused by a number of different factors from stress and diet to genetics and styling damage. 

Let There Be Hair helps by targeting the root causes of hair thinning. Namely, it protects against stress-induced hair challenges, rebalances deficiency in key vitamins and minerals associated with hair thinning, and safeguards the hair follicles against hormones and genetic hair cycle changes.

Designed for daily use, this supplement—which is in capsule form— should be taken 1-2 times a day to support your hair regrowth. If you’re ready to add Let There Be Hair to your hair routine, be sure to head over to the Evolis website when it officially launches on Nov. 22nd to get your own.

To stay up-to-date on all upcoming Evolis product launches, be sure to follow @evolisprofessionalusa on Instagram. 

Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung is a Features Editor, based in Georgia, covering all things hair at The Tease. You can find her writing about the best hair products, the coolest hair trends, and all the exciting new hair launches.