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Biotin

Biotin is a B vitamin found in many foods like milk, eggs, and bananas. It’s primarily used in the body to move carbon to other compounds for varying metabolic processes like fat production and amino acid breakdown to help promote health. Because of its heavy involvement in metabolism, a deficiency of biotin can lead to hair loss.

ORIGIN

United States

FUNCTION

Hair growth

Benefits

Helps Metabolism

Promotes Normal Hair Growth

Regulates

There are over 44,300 studies on Biotin and we’re always looking for more.

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A review of the use of biotin for hair loss. Karger View
Nutrition and hair. Science Direct View
Serum biotin levels in women complaining of hair loss. NCBI View