It’s time for my Restore FX Hair review – which I chose for 2 reasons:
- Promises to work in 30 days
- Claims to have a breakthrough formula
But at first sight, it looks like a pretty basic supplement. Plus – it’s super pricey (almost $60 per month).
So is Restore FX Hair a scam? Judging after its promises – it has all the chances to be one.
Well – you will find every detail about this product below.
Note: This review is based on my personal opinion + research on Restore FX Hair.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Hair Growth Vitamins from Kerotin
Sizes: Only 1 month supply (90 pills)
Best Actual Price: $59.95 per bottle (super pricey)
Cheapest Place To Buy: The official website – you can only get it from there.
Designed For: General hair loss – it claims to:
- regrow hair in a few weeks
- revive dead follicles (really?)
- stop hairline from receding
So on paper – it’s good for both men and women dealing with hair loss.
My Rating: 4 out of 10 – It’s far from the best products.
Worth Buying?: Definitely not. It’s very overpriced for what it offers:
- not amazing formula
- doesn’t work in 30 days for everyone
- the effect isn’t the best
Besides – it doesn’t really keep its promises. It doesn’t work in 30 days (at least not for everyone, as it claims).
So at $60 per bottle, it’s surely not worth buying. Instead, I recommend a $25 supplement that made wonders for me.
What I Liked About It
- Doesn’t have regular capsules, but softgels
- These pills are really easy to swallow
- Some ingredients have real benefits for hair loss (more on that below)
- Works for some people
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Certain ingredients don’t have much to do with hair
- You need to take 3 pills daily
- Doesn’t work as fast as it claims (30 days)
- Super expensive
- If you buy more bottles together, there’s no discount
- Only available on the official website(s)
- Discontinued on Amazon
#1 – Ingredients (8 out of 10)
To be honest – Restore FX’s ingredients don’t look any bad.
Now – I would divide them in 3 main classes:
- Herbs & Herbal Extracts
- Vitamins + Minerals
- Other Substances
So let’s take a closer look at each group.
1. Herbs & Herbal Extracts
Restore FX seems to be plant-based, since more than 50% of its ingredients are natural.
Now – some of the herbs have major benefits for hair loss, while others are less famous (and weaker).
So here are the herbs you can find in this product:
- Saw Palmetto (500 mg) 
- Grape Seed Extract (200 mg) 
- Horsetail – not the extract (100 mg)
- Pygeum Extract (75 mg)
- Beta Sitosterol (100 mg)
- Stinging Nettle Extract (50 mg)
- Green Tea Extract (50 mg)
Overall – it’s not the best combination ever, but these herbs are more than decent.
2. Vitamins & Minerals
Now – Restore FX doesn’t contain as many nutrients as other products.
There are only 3 (the most essential ones):
- Biotin (600 mcg)
- Zinc (15 mg) 
- Cooper (3 mg)
3. Other Substances
This includes amino acids and some compounds that are naturally found in our body (but their level may decrease sometimes):
- DL-Methionine (500 mg) 
- MSM (200 mg)
- L-Cysteine (200 mg)
- DIM (50 mg)
Restore FX doesn’t have the best ingredients I’ve seen in a hair supplement.
However, they’re surely not the worst ones:
- some herbs are really effective for hair loss/growth: Horsetail, Saw Palmetto
- other ingredients aren’t that impressive: MSM is good for joint problems (in studies for hair loss) 
So overall – Restore FX has some decent (but not great) ingredients.
#2 – How To Take It (8 out of 10)
I wasn’t too satisfied about Restore FX at this chapter.
1. The Pills
There are 2 things that make them different from others:
- dark color
- oily consistency
Restore FX’s pills are colored in black (similar to black seed oil pills, in case you ever tried these).
Also – they have an oily extract inside, so they come as softgels (not as regular pills, as most products).
And that’s surely not a bad thing, since:
- Softgels tend to be even easier to swallow – compared to gelatin pills
- They also have lower dimensions (but it’s not really the case here)
2. The Schedule
That’s the part I don’t like so much. Here’s why:
- You need to take 3 pills per day
- It’s recommended to space them out throughout the day
Why I don’t enjoy this? Because there are high chances that you forget about one – since there are 3 per day.
So for hair issues – I prefer products that require 1 or 2 pills per day, nothing more.
#3 – Results (7 out of 10)
Restore FX didn’t seem to work as fast as it claims – at least not for everyone.
So let’s see what exactly this supplement can do.
Note: I didn’t try Restore FX myself – but I considered all the reviews I could find about it (only authentic ones).
- Some people said it started working in a few weeks.
- They could see new baby hairs (especially in the front hairline).
- Others said they didn’t notice any effect even after 3 bottles.
- There were some that could see a small improvement, but later on.
- Others complained that taking 3 pills daily is difficult.
So basically – I reached one conclusion based on these opinions.
Restore FX works for many people – but not as fast as it claims (30 days).
Obviously, just like in every product – there are both excellent and terrible reviews.
But based on the average opinions I read, this product isn’t a scam.
However, it’s not 100% legit either – in my opinion:
- doesn’t work as fast as it promises
- its effect isn’t the best one ever
- costs a lot of money for what it offers
So basically – I would surely not recommend Restore FX as a hair loss/growth supplement.
There’s a much better product (in terms of ingredients) that costs only $25 per bottle. So that’s what I would choose instead.
#4 – Price (4 out of 10)
That’s by far the worst part about Restore FX.
Besides the few opinions I found about it (which were mostly negative) – it also costs way too much.
1. The Exact Price
On every website I checked, Restore FX seems to cost the same:
- For 1 bottle – $59.95
- For 3 bottles – $179.85
- The largest pack (6 bottles) – $359.70
Now – you might think that the 6 bottles pack has a much better price per bottle. Right?
Well, guess what:
- it costs the same – $59.95/bottle
- you can make the calculations yourself
Basically – the only benefit you get is the free shipping (which costs around $7, by the way).
2. Competitors’ Price
That’s the best proof that Restore FX isn’t worth buying.
So let’s compare it with Folexin – my #1 recommendation for hair loss & growth:
- Folexin costs $25 per bottle (vs $60)
- If you buy 6 bottles as once, you end up paying about $18 per bottle (vs $59.59)
- Shipping costs about $5 (vs $7 here)
There’s a huge difference between these 2 – do you agree?
Besides, Folexin’s ingredients are also much better – since it contains almost 30 compounds with real benefits.
So in my opinion – Restore FX is way too expensive to be worth buying.
At $60 per bottle, it’s just a very overpriced supplement.
#5 – Where You Can Buy It (7 out of 10)
In my opinion, things look pretty weird here.
1. The Sellers
Basically – you can buy Restore FX from the websites of 2 companies:
- North Star Nutritionals
- Best Health Nutritionals
Now – I personally believe these 2 websites belong to the same company.
And considering North Star Nutritionals is labeled as Restore FX’s producer – I believe this is the main company.
So honestly – this thing with 2 websites sounds a bit weird.
However, here’s another weird thing:
- Restore FX also exists on Amazon (but it’s unavailable)
- You can’t find it on Ebay or other retailers
So basically – if you want to order this supplement, you will have to choose one of those 2 websites.
2. The Prices
As I somehow expected – the prices are the same on both websites.
So there’s no reason to choose one over the other – Restore FX (and probably all the other supplements) cost exactly the same.
However, I personally wish it was available on Amazon as well.
That would have made it more trustworthy.
#6 – FAQs
Here are the most common questions you might have about Restore FX. I will try to give you a clear answer.
Note: I might repeat some things I pointed out in the above lines, but they’re easier to spot here.
1. How many pills per day?
The label recommends taking 3 – which is a bit uncomfortable, in my opinion.
It also mentions that you can space them out or take them as your “healthcare professional” recommended.
But I personally doubt anyone asks a doctor/pharmacist before taking a supplement.
2. How long lasts 1 bottle?
Only 1 month.
It’s true there are 90 pills in 1 bottle – which seems a lot. But you’re taking 3 per day – so a bottle is only enough for 30 days.
3. Can I take it with other medicines?
Mostly – you can.
Now – if you’re talking about another supplement, there shouldn’t be any issue.
If you’re talking about a prescribed drug, you might want to ask your doctor for an opinion.
But considering it’s a supplement based mostly on herbs, I think it’s pretty safe to take with any other drug.
4. Are there any side effects?
Normally, there shouldn’t be any.
But everyone reacts differently to any ingredients – so in case you have any uncommon symptom, you should stop the pills immediately.
Also, in case your problem gets serious – consult a doctor as soon as possible.
But as I said – herbal supplements are pretty safe usually.
So you shouldn’t experience more than a stomach pain (at most).
5. How fast should I notice an effect?
According to the label – your hair should start regrowing in 30 days at most.
However, I personally doubt that:
- very few supplements work that fast
- you usually about 2-3 months to see an effect
That’s why Restore FX’s claims seem fake to me.
But anyway – the labels say it works in 30 days.
#7 – Final Conclusions
Here’s what I would remember about Restore FX.
1. Huge Promises
In my opinion, they’re hard to believe from the start:
- claims to work in 30 days (at most)
- says it uses a breakthrough formula
Now – there are very few hair supplements that start working so fast.
Besides, it really depends from person to person. So it will surely not work in 30 days for everyone.
That’s why Restore FX’s claims sound a little fake to me.
2. Basic Effect
As I suspected, this product didn’t seem to work so well:
- not everyone saw an effect after 30 days
- for some it didn’t even work after 2 months
3. Really Overpriced
Restore FX is way too expensive for me:
- it costs $60 per bottle
- that’s only enough for 1 month
- if you buy more bottle together, there’s no discount
So instead of paying $60 on it – you can get a much better formula for $35 less (or even cheaper).
That’s what I would surely choose instead.
My Verdict – Is Restore FX Hair Worth Buying?
Short answer: Definitely not – it’s way too expensive for what it offers.
But that’s not all – here’s more reasons why I don’t recommend it:
- Ingredients aren’t too amazing (not bad, but not too good either).
- Require 3 pills per day.
- Claims to work in 30 days – which doesn’t always happen (depends on person).
And obviously – it’s really overpriced.
In fact, that’s the main reason why I don’t advise you to try this product.
So what should you choose instead? I recommend a product called Folexin:
- has the best formula on the market
- works pretty fast for more people (1-2 months)
- super affordable (from $25 to $18 per bottle)
- works for both men and women
So if you want a great supplement without spending a little fortune – that’s what I advise you to try.
It’s the product I’m constantly using for my hair loss and I’m really satisfied.