Why Hair Saviour® is so good

Hair Saviour® is a unique daily formula of clinically studied active ingredients to combat dry, dull and damaged hair, fuel strong, smooth and lustrous hair, and support normal hair growth for men and women.


increase in the propensity for hair growth in clinical studies of AnaGain™, a key ingredient in Hair Saviour®

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How to take it?

  • For best results, take your two capsules daily, together or separately, in the morning, daytime or evening - find a routine that works best for you.
  • If you don't like swallowing capsules, you can open your capsules and add the contents to your food or drink. Many customers enjoy adding their supplements to their morning smoothie or yoghurt, for example.
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What to expect?

6-8 Weeks

New hair growth starts to be noticeable. Hair loss and thinning are reduced by 95%. Nails will be stronger and hair will be more manageable and less brittle.

4 weeks

At 4 weeks hair loss and thinning is expected to reduce by a third.

6-8 Weeks

New hair growth starts to be noticeable. Hair loss and thinning are reduced by 95%. Nails will be stronger and hair will be more manageable and less brittle.

12 Weeks

Hair appears smoother, thicker and glossier. Skin and nails also feel healthier.

How it works?

Hair Saviour® is a unique formula of botanicals, minerals and vitamins to fuel healthy hair growth and strong, thick hair, and prevent deficiencies in key nutrients that may otherwise contribute to hair loss or thinning. Formulated by a team of experts and nutritionists, Hair Saviour® is suitable for men and women. Hair Saviour® combines 14 botanicals, minerals and vitamins including MSM, AnaGain™, Saw Palmetto, Silica, Alfalfa and Biotin and more. Hair Saviour® is 100% plant-based and is suitable for all diets, with zero additives, bulking agents or anti-caking ingredients, ensuring it is highly absorbable and effective, better for you and the planet.


A key ingredient is MSM, which is a natural source of sulphur. Sulphur is vital for the formation of amino acids in our bodies. Amino acids help provide hair with moisture and strength, helping repair the surface damage of hair. Amino acids also promote the formation of cells and bonds in our hair follicles, strengthening existing hair and helping promote new hair growth.


Hair Saviour® also includes AnaGain™, a clinically studied ingredient sourced from pea sprouts which are rich in phytonutrients, and shown to support hair growth and fuller, thicker hair. In a clinical study of AnaGain™, it was shown that the ratio of healthy, active hair follicles to degenerating ones could be improved from 4.0 to 7.2, corresponding to a 78% increase in the propensity for hair growth in a three-month period.


Horsetail, a perennial herbal remedy and source of silica which is widely studied for improving the natural beauty, appearance, sheen and glow of hair.

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto in a highly absorbable form. Saw Palmetto is a natural herb which is widely studied for its role in supporting normal hair growth.


Alfalfa, which is a legume, shown in some studies to support the hair’s vitality, improving the structure and appearance of our hair and nails, and supporting full and lustrous hair.


Biotin, which contributes to the normal maintenance of healthy hair and skin.


Zinc, which is a vital nutrient for the normal maintenance of hair through protection of our body’s cells against oxidative stress, DNA synthesis and our macronutrient metabolism.


Copper which contributes to the maintenance of hair and hair pigmentation, protecting our cells and maintaining normal connective tissues.

Folic Acid

Folic Acid contributes to our normal tissue growth and the synthesis of amino acids which are so important to the growth and regeneration of healthy hair.

Hair loss explained

Hormones and nutrient deficiencies are the most common causes of hair loss. Deficiencies in nutrients such as Iron, B Vitamins and protein can also contribute towards hair thinning. Ageing can contribute to hair loss due to reduced blood flow, and an increase in the hormone called DHT (dihydrotestosterone), amongst other factors. Post-menopausal women are also at risk of hair loss due to hormone fluctuations. To learn more about hair loss and how to support your hair through your diet, we recommend reading 'Advice for hair loss, from an expert nutritionist'.

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