It’s time for my Nourage review – a hair supplement that seems very promising:
- lots of positive reviews
- an award received in 2015
But as you might expect, it’s extremely expensive (at $60 per month).
So is Nourage worth all these money? Does it work better than other hair supplements?
Let’s find out all the details behind this product.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Nourage.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Hair Growth Vitamins from Nourage
Versions: Only 1 (30 days supply).
But you can buy more bottles at once (with a very small discount).
Best Actual Price: Around $60 per bottle.
Cheapest Place To Buy: Probably Amazon (or the official website – but only with subscription).
Designed For: According to the label – here’s what it can do:
- thicken hair
- reduce shedding
- regrow hair for men and women
- extra shine
So it’s mostly a hair health supplement – but it also works for hair loss and growth.
However, from what I read – it doesn’t regrow hair on bald scalps. Just keep this in mind.
My Rating: 8 out of 10
Worth Buying?: If you afford paying $60 per month, definitely.
It’s a great product – but I wouldn’t recommend it because:
- it’s extremely expensive
- you need 3 pills per day
But in terms of effect, it’s really good. However – if you can’t afford the high price, I recommend you a $25 supplement that worked the same for me.
What I Liked About It
- Contains a unique ingredient (special form of keratin)
- Pills are pretty small
- Really effective for thickening hair
- Many positive reviews about it
- Has some clinical evidence behind (1 ingredient, not the whole supplement)
What I Didn’t Like About It
- No herbal extracts
- You need 3 pills per day
- Extremely expensive
- Not affordable to buy monthly (on the long term)
- You can only find it in 2 retailers
#1 – Ingredients (9 out of 10)
Firstly, I’m not a huge fan of Nourage’s formula – for 2 reasons:
- contains mostly vitamins/minerals
- no herbal extracts
So that’s something I don’t like about Nourage.
However – it’s not all about vitamins. It’s actually based on a unique ingredient (that probably does most of the job).
Now – I would divide Nourage’s ingredients in 2 classes:
- Vitamins + Minerals
- Trademark Ingredients
So let’s take a closer look at each.
1. Vitamins + Minerals
Nourage only contains 7 ingredients here – which isn’t that much (compared to other products):
- Vitamin C – it’s an antioxidant and helps collagen production. 
- Niacinamide – can speed up hair growth.
- Vitamin B6 – strengthens hair and increases growth.
- Biotin – responsible for decreasing shedding and boosting growth. 
- Panthotenic Acid – maintains hair health and color.
- Copper – a deficiency can cause hair loss. 
- Zinc – just like cooper, it’s responsible for shedding and hair loss.
Now – as I said, these aren’t all of the vitamins/minerals effective for hair growth.
So Nourage doesn’t contain every useful vitamins – as other products do (see HairBurst).
But in my opinion, the ones it contains are enough.
2. Trademark Ingredients
Actually – out of these 2 ingredients, only one is a brand one.
The other is rather a mix, but it’s not a trademark of any company:
- Cynatine HNS Keratin – that’s the trademark ingredient I was talking about.
- Antioxidant Blend – can restore hair health and protect against external factors.
Now – regarding Cynatine HNS Keratin:
- increases your body’s keratin levels
- responsible for hair strength
- promotes hair growth and regeneration
- has some clinical evidence behind 
Basically, this ingredient is a superior form of keratin (in terms of absorption).
I won’t insist of keratin and its benefits – as you’re probably familiar with them.
Nourage’s formula is pretty good actually.
I’m not impressed by the high quantity of vitamins +minerals (that’s what most supplements contain).
However – the Cynatine HNS Keratin make it unique.
So judging after the formula, Nourage should work really well.
#2 – How To Take It (8 out of 10)
I will try to give you some details about Nourage’s pills and when it’s best to take them.
1. Pills Facts
According to the label – Nourage’s pills are tablets.
That makes the pretty different from most hair supplements – which have gelatin pills.
So here’s what you should know about Nourage:
- tablets have small dimensions
- they’re thicker and have a round shape
- however, they’re quite easy to swallow
The only downside might be taste.
Since there’s no gelatin cover, the pills might have a bitter taste – especially at first.
But sure, that’s not a major thing – as you can get used to that.
2. The Schedule
That’s a possible downside of Nourage:
- You need 3 pills per day.
- It’s better to space them out throughout the day.
- This schedule can be hard to follow.
Obviously – the best scenario would be to take only 1 pill per day.
But most hair supplements require 2.
However – 3 pills daily is already a bit hard, especially if you’re a busy person and work all day.
For this reason – you can take all 3 pills together, instead of forgetting about 1 or 2 throughout the day.
It’s not very pleasant to swallow 3 pills one after the other – but that’s it.
#3 – Results (9 out of 10)
Believe it or not – Nourage seems to have mostly positive reviews.
Compared to other hair supplements, it has considerably less complaints. At least in terms of effect.
Note: I didn’t try to supplement myself, so I can’t speak from experience. But this section is based on all authentic reviews I could find on Nourage (mostly from Amazon).
1. What People Say
As I said – most reviews I read were positive.
There are enough complaints, obviously – but not more than praises:
- Some people claim it really thickens hair in 2-3 months.
- Others say it’s great for growth.
- A few even call it a miracle product.
- Some complain about the side effects (high blood pressure, stomach pain, etc.).
- Other say it simply didn’t work.
But overall – about 70% of the reviews were positive, which means Nourage is effective for most people.
Plus – there were some positive reviews from men.
It’s true that none mentioned baldness, but most of the men using Nourage had thinning hair – which actually improved.
So it’s clearly not a useless supplement at all.
2. Biggest Complaints
There were some people complaining Nourage didn’t work at all – but quite a few (about 15%).
Instead – here are the usual complaints I found:
- It’s extremely expensive for the quantity.
- Many reviewers said they couldn’t afford it monthly.
Now – I pretty much agree here.
Nourage is a great product – but it’s really pricey.
I couldn’t afford it for more than 3 months either.
In terms of effect, it’s extremely helpful – but in my opinion, there are products that work the same for $35 less.
Nourage is really effective in terms of :
- regrowing hair
I couldn’t find many reviews about hair loss, though. But judging after its formula, I’m sure it also helps shedding.
However – enough customers complaint it’s really expensive to buy monthly (almost $60).
I personally agree, as I couldn’t afford it on the long term either.
So if you’re in the same situation, I recommend you a product that works about the same – but costs $25 (at most).
#4 – Price (3 out of 10)
Unfortunately, that’s the worst part of Nourage.
Despite being a great supplement – it’s also extremely expensive.
1. The Exact Price
Here’s the thing:
- The lowest price for Nourage is on Amazon.
- You can get it for $59.95 per month.
- However – they often have $5 sales/discounts there.
- Shipping is usually free.
Now – Nourage is also available on the official website. But the price offer is quite tricky:
- the normal price is $59.59 (just like on Amazon)
- this doesn’t include the shipping
- you have the option to go for auto-shipping
- in this way, Nourage costs $53.59 and shipping is free
According to the official website, you can stop the subscription whenever you want.
But many websites claim this – and they don’t allow you to cancel in reality.
I can’t tell how Nourage is, but I would stay on the safe side and start with 1 bottle (without auto-shipping).
Because even so – Nourage is super pricey.
2. Competitors’ Price
I will only compare Nourage with my #1 recommended hair supplement (Folexin).
Here’s what makes them different:
- Both have a really good formula.
- Folexin costs about $25 per month, Nourage costs $60.
- Both offer some discounts if you buy several bottles together.
- You can get Folexin for $18 per bottle.
- You can get Nourage for $57 per bottle.
Now – it’s true that I haven’t tried Nourage myself. But all those positive reviews are a proof that it’s effective.
On the other hand, I used Folexin personally – and it’s still the product I’m using:
- lowest price out of the supplements that helped me
- starts working in 1-2 months
- more than 1 benefit (hair growth, thickening and volume, etc.)
Nourage is a great supplement – but it’s extremely overpriced and expensive.
Now – if you afford buying it for at least 3 months, my advice is to go for it.
But if you don’t – I recommend you to go for a cheaper supplement ($25 at most) that does about the same thing, in my opinion.
Folexin is the product I use and I’m personally very satisfied with it.
#5 – Where To Find It (8 out of 10)
Nourage isn’t available in as many retailers as other products.
I could only find it in 2 sellers:
- Amazon (my #1 recommendation)
- Official website
Now – it’s also available on 2 sellers from Ebay, but the prices are over $100 on both.
Getting back to Amazon – it’s the best choice if:
- you’re buying Nourage for the first time
- you only want to test it out
On the other hand, the official website is a better choice when:
- you want to buy a larger supply (2-3 months)
- you’re willing to go for auto-shipping
Now – I would normally not recommend Nourage because of its high price.
But if you still want to buy it, think exactly why you need it and choose the retailer accordingly.
#6 – FAQs
Here I will try to answer the most common questions about Nourage.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.
1. How many pills per day?
Three. Nourage requires more pills than most supplement, which isn’t really good.
However – you can take them together, if that’s more comfortable.
2. How long lasts 1 bottle?
Only 1 month – it’s a 30 days supply.
3. Can I take it with other drugs?
In my opinion, you can – because the formula looks pretty safe.
Keratin can’t really interact with drugs, and that’s what Nourage is based on.
However – if you’re taking a long term treatment, my advice is to ask your doctor.
He will probably allow this supplement – but it’s better to stay safe.
4. Are there any side effects?
Based on the reviews I read, they’re quite rare.
Some people complained about:
- high blood pressure
- stomach pain
But as I said, there were about 5% reviews complaining of side effects – which is pretty good.
So I wouldn’t worry too much.
5. How fast should I notice an effect?
Typically, you would need about 1-2 months.
But from what I read – most people could see a change in 3-4 weeks, which is really fast.
Anyway, you should give Nourage at least 1 month (or even 6 weeks).
#7 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Nourage (in 3 ideas):
Though it contains about 70% vitamins + minerals, Nourage is based on 1 ingredient:
- Cynatine HNS Keratin
That’s the secret behind its effect – if you ask me.
Sure enough – the other ingredients also help.
But I personally think it’s this keratin making most of the job.
Otherwise, Nourage wouldn’t be different from all those hundreds hair vitamins from the market.
2. Really Effective
I haven’t tried Nourage personally.
But even so – there are lots of reviews from real customers:
- about 70% are satisfied
- they say it’s really helpful for thin hair
- also seems to speed up growth
Out of the negative reviews – price seems to be the biggest issue.
And I totally agree.
3. Hard To Afford
As I said – lots of people are unsatisfied about Nourage’s price:
- costs about $60 per month
- you can’t find it for less than $53 (with auto-shipping)
Most of us couldn’t afford buying it constantly – do you agree?
I’m the first one to admit it’s too expensive for me. So that’s a major reason why it’s not among my top recommended products.
My Verdict – Is Nourage Worth Buying?
Short answer: Yes, but only if you afford it. It’s a great product overall:
- contains a unique form of keratin
- many positive reviews
- helps both thickening and hair growth
- works for both men and women
However – it’s not one of the supplements I would recommend:
- Way too expensive for me ($60 per month).
- Doesn’t work for everyone.
- You need 3 pills per day.
- You can get similar products for less money.
So I would personally stick to my #1 supplement – Folexin.
It has a really good effect for hair growth, thickening and volume – and it also works for men.
But the main reason why I recommend it is price – it costs at most $25 per month, which is really cheap.
So if you can’t afford Nourage and need a cheaper product that still works – I totally recommend Folexin.