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Yes it does. I have been taking it for two or three years now. Sometimes think, I will take a break as it's quite expensive, but after a few weeks I really notice the difference in my hair and am soon re-ordering.
By Abbey on 08 February 2014
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I have taken this for years and will continue, as I don't know if my hair would thin if I didn't and don't want to risk it
By Janet Collier on 01 June 2015
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Viviscal does not contain any gluten containing ingredients; however we cannot confirm if it is gluten free based on the manufacturing process.
By Pettura®, Viviscal® & Emjoi® O… on 04 April 2016 SELLER
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well of course nothing is guaranteed but all I can say is that I started taking viviscal tablets when I was 68 and they worked for me so maybe they will work for you too. why not have a 3 months trial.good luck.
By maggie griffiths on 26 March 2014
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Hi Amazon Customer. I am still in my early stages, 6 weeks to be precise and what I have experienced so far is where I had baldness, bristles of hair are now coming through. I have tried different types of products in the past with zero results. Viviscal dictates to use for 3-6 mths. So by the 6th month it would b… see more Hi Amazon Customer. I am still in my early stages, 6 weeks to be precise and what I have experienced so far is where I had baldness, bristles of hair are now coming through. I have tried different types of products in the past with zero results. Viviscal dictates to use for 3-6 mths. So by the 6th month it would be interesting to see the results. I doubt that my hair will get back to what it was 10 years ago, cos I'm sure parts of my hair incl thinning is due to menopause, change of life etc. My aim however is to get my hair back to cover the baldness. The loss of my hair was through stupid weaves being sewn to your actual plaited here, and therefore the pressure of that releases your natural hair from your head!!!!!!!! Hope this helps. see less
By Miss B on 24 April 2016
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Hi there. It was thinning around the hair line that made me want to try viviscal in the first place. Mine was caused by long standing anaemia & then a major operation. After taking 2 tablets a day for 6 months & now 1 daily tablet, my hair has thickened up & is back to how it was before the thinning. However its tricky… see more Hi there. It was thinning around the hair line that made me want to try viviscal in the first place. Mine was caused by long standing anaemia & then a major operation. After taking 2 tablets a day for 6 months & now 1 daily tablet, my hair has thickened up & is back to how it was before the thinning. However its tricky to know whether this is as a result of curing the anaemia / recovering from the op or down to the viviscal. Probably a bit of both. Have to say that my hair has never looked more healthy though. see less
By Malo on 03 June 2015
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To be honest I don't really know. I had the maximum strength ones for a whole year and it didn't do a blind bit of difference to my thining hair. Very disappointed.
By bottle05 on 22 January 2015
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Hi I took this product for over12 for my menopausal thinning hair.like others I dare not stop in case it was working but found no difference at all in my hair although my finger nails grew much stronger.very expensive for something that did not work.
By Enderbye on 12 August 2014
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Noticed visable hair growth after taking for one month, but having taken viviscal previously can assure you my hair did not fall out or become thinner just went back to previous state
By graham navey on 09 August 2014
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