My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (#1 Scam Proof Revealed)

My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (2019) - Is It A Scam?

 

It’s time to review Magnetique Hair Growth – because this product might be a scam:

  1. Many negative reviews and complaints.
  2. Lots of people claiming they were ripped-off.

So what’s the truth behind Magnetique?

Is it really a scam – or are all those reviews fake?

I tested it out myself – so here’s the truth behind Magnetique Hair Growth.

Note: This review is based on my experience + opinion on this supplement.

 

So Let’s Get To The Review

Full Name: Hair Growth Supplement from Magnetique

My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (2019) - Is It A Scam?Versions: Only 1 (30 days supply)

Best Actual Price: Around $37 per bottle 

Cheapest Place To Buy: Probably Amazon (it’s also safer than the official website)

Designed For: It’s mostly made for hair growth: 

At least that’s what the label claims. Things are so different in reality.

My Rating: 4 out of 10I would surely not recommend it. 

Worth Buying?: Definitely not. It’s far from a good choice:

  • mostly based on vitamins
  • overpriced for what it contains
  • lots of complaints and accusations
  • official website closed suddenly

There’s no point paying almost $40 for a formula that’s pretty weak – in my opinion.

Instead – I recommend a $25 supplement that made wonders for my hair.

 

 

What I Liked About It

  • Contains many useful vitamins
  • Lots of authentic reviews online
  • Available in 3 big retailers
  • Doesn’t cause any serious side effects

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Ingredients are pretty basic (almost only vitamins)
  • Didn’t work very well in my case
  • Lots of complains online
  • Many people said they never received their order
  • Overpriced for what it contains
  • Can cause nausea (if you take it on an empty stomach)

 

 

What Is Magnetique Hair Growth?


Shortly – it’s a supplement based on vitamins, designed to increase hair health and grow hair longer.

But what makes it different than the rest?

  1. Claims to have an advanced biotin complex.
  2. Promises to strengthen roots and split ends.
  3. Mentions it uses a high performance formula.

Now – I can’t really say these claims are fake.

But here’s something else. Magnetique claims its formula was clinically tested:

I looked all over the Internet trying to find the clinical trial they were talking about. But there’s no sign of it anywhere.

So that’s what made me think that Magnetique might be a scam.

Besides – there are lots of unsatisfied customers claiming that:

  • they never received the order
  • however, they were charged the money
  • they were put on auto-shipping immediately
  • company doesn’t want to cancel their subscription
  • they are charged every month for a product they never receive

These are all complaints I found on Magnetique – it’s not me making them up.

So now that you know some things about it, it’s time to analyze it more closely.

 

 


#1 – Ingredients (7 out of 10)


Honestly – Magnetique’s formula looks pretty poor for a $40 supplement:

  • only 10 active ingredients
  • mostly based on vitamins

Now – vitamins are surely not bad for hair. But their effect isn’t as strong as herbs.

So if you want a product that speeds up hair growth considerably – choose a formula with many herbs.

Magnetique only contains 1 herbal extract (which is very little).

In fact – I would divide its ingredients in 2 groups:

  1. Vitamins + Minerals
  2. Herbs

So let’s take them by turn:

1. Vitamins + Minerals

They make about 90% of Magnetique’s formula. 

As I said – that’s not an advantage, as their effect for hair isn’t very strong.

  1. Vitamin B6 – improves hair shape and reduces shedding. [1]
  2. Biotin – it’s also called “the hair vitamin”, as it has many benefits. [2]
  3. Vitamin C – it’s an antioxidant.
  4. Calcium – doesn’t have a major benefit for hair, from what I found.
  5. Zinc – can reduce hair loss in high doses. [3]
  6. Copper – is also involved in reducing hair loss.
  7. Niacin – can help shedding when applied topically. [4]
  8. Panthotenic Acid – prevents hair from turning gray.
  9. Silicon – can speed up hair growth. [5]

Overall – Magnetique contains many essential vitamins and minerals.

From this point of view, there’s nothing to complain about.

2. Herbs

In my opinion – this supplement looks pretty badly here. 

As you can see, it contains only 1 herbal extract – Horsetail:

  • effective for thinning hair
  • reduces breakage and shedding
  • promotes hair density

Shortly – it’s responsible for adding more volume and making your hair look fuller.

Horsetail is an excellent herb, but it’s the only one from Magnetique.

That’s why I don’t think it could work too well (as in other supplements). 


Conclusion

Magnetique’s formula is very poor – at least for a supplement that costs so much.

9 out of its 10 ingredients are vitamins/minerals.

If you visit your local drugstore, you can surely buy all of them for less than $30 in total.

 


#2 – How To Take It (9 out of 10)


From this point of view – Magnetique is quite similar to other hair supplements.

Regarding the pills:

  • they have average dimensions and rectangular shape
  • covered in gelatin
  • white powder inside

Just like most gelatin pills, they’re quite easy to swallow.

Now – how exactly you should take them?

  1. Serving size is 2 pills per day.
  2. Take one in the morning and one in the afternoon/evening.
  3. In case you have a busy schedule, you can take the pills together.
  4. Make sure you take them after eating. 
  5. On an empty stomach, they sometimes cause pain and nausea.

My advice is to take every pill with plenty of water – and always after food.

The label recommends taking the before eating (if I’m not wrong).

However – I experienced nausea all the time I did this. So I advise you to eat before taking these pills.

 


#3 – My Results (6 out of 10)


As I somehow expected – my results with Magnetique were pretty poor.

It’s true that I only took 1 bottle.

But even so, I expected some bigger improvements.

1. My Background

I had suffered from hair loss a few years back – so my hair was in a pretty bad shape:

So I tried Magnetique in order to grow my hair longer – but also improve its condition.

It was a boost of vitamins, so it should help – at least in terms of overall health.

2. How It Worked

As I said – I took 1 full bottle of Magnetique. That’s 1 month supply.

My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (2019) - Is It A Scam?

My results weren’t amazing:

  1. Hair didn’t grow more than usual.
  2. My ends were still thin and fragile.
  3. Shedding improved with about 10-20%.
  4. Hair was still breaking easily.
  5. I only had more volume in my roots.

So basically – the only benefits I had from this product was extra roots volume and less shedding.

However, you probably agree that hair doesn’t look great with thick roots and thin ends. 

Besides – my hair loss only reduced a bit. Lots of other products would decrease it way more.

Now – I would have surely had better results if I took these pills for 2 months (at least).

But at $40 per bottle, it wasn’t worth at all.


Conclusion

Magentique’s effect was pretty poor in my case:

  • no extra hair growth
  • only decreased my hair loss a bit

It might work better if you take it for 2-3 months. 

But considering it’s so expensive, it’s surely not worth the money.

I prefer to use something cheaper that works much faster (and better). Its excellent formula is the best proof.

 

 


#4 – Other Opinions (4 out of 10)


I’m got some good and some bad news here.

The positive side is that I found many authentic reviews about Magnetique Hair Growth.

The negative part is that over 50% were serious complaints.

Note: I only considered real reviews, not general ones.

1. What People Say

I checked the reviews from 2 types of websites:

  1. Amazon
  2. Scam Alerts (Better Business Bureau, Dirty Scam etc.)

First of all – the reviews on Amazon are both good and bad. That’s normal for this kind of product.

On the other hand – the reviews from the other websites I mentioned are mostly negative.

In other words:

  • people who bought Magnetique from Amazon had mixed reviews
  • people who bought it from the official website had only complaints

Let’s take a quick look at some of the common reviews from Amazon:

  1. Some people say it adds a lot of volume.
  2. Others claim it grows hair in 2-3 moths.
  3. A few complain about its huge price.
  4. Some others say it doesn’t work at all.
  5. A few others complain the real ingredients aren’t the same.

Now – there are many negative reviews on Amazon as well.

But they’re mostly complaining about the effect, price, ingredients, etc. 

While on the other review websites, the complaints are totally different.

2. Biggest Complaints

Here are the most common reviews I found on Magnetique.

The websites I checked were Better Business Bureau, Dirty Scam, HighYa:

  1. 90% people call it a rip-off.
  2. They say they placed the other but never received the product.
  3. Others say they were charged immediately and the order window was closed.
  4. Some complain they were put on auto-shipping without being asked.
  5. A few said they tried to contact support, but there’s never any answer.

These are just some of the complaints, but there are many others.

Just check the websites I mentioned and you will see.

So basically – almost every person buying Magnetique from the official website was scammed.

By this I mean they were charged the price but never received the actual product.

That’s clearly a rip-off, if you ask me.


Conclusion

Judging after the reviews I read – Magnetique is indeed a scam.

However, that’s only if you buy it from the official website.

People buying it from Amazon had mixed results. And the complaints they had were mostly about the weak effect and high price.

So I would not recommend Magnetique either way:

  • doesn’t work too well (for many people)
  • very pricey
  • dangerous if you buy it from the official website

 


#5 – Price (5 out of 10)


Considering what ingredients it contains – Magnetique is indeed expensive.

In fact, I would say it’s actually overpriced.

1. The Exact Price

The lowest price I could find was on Amazon:

  • costs around $37 per bottle
  • that’s 1 month supply
  • shipping is also included

To be honest – for the formula it has, the price is extremely high.

Here’s what I mean:

  1. 9 out of 10 ingredients are vitamins.
  2. You can buy each from any drugstore.
  3. Overall, you end up paying less for all together.

Now – everyone would prefer to take 1 pill containing 9 vitamins, instead of taking 9 different pills.

But there are many other supplements containing these vitamins. And none costs almost $40.

2. Competitors’ Price

I won’t compare Magnetique with all hair vitamins I tried.

Instead – I will compare it with my #1 recommended hair supplement (Folexin).

So let’s take a look at their expenses:

  1. F costs $25 per bottle, M costs $37.
  2. F has almost 30 ingredients, M has only 10.
  3. You can find the same stuff from M in F as well (+ other ingredients).
  4. F offers a discount for buying more bottles together.
  5. You can get it for about $18 per bottle.
  6. M used to offer some discounts as well.
  7. However, the official website closed – so Amazon offers no discount.

Overall – Magnetique is a lot more expensive, but it also has a much weaker formula.

About 3 times weaker, I would say.

On the other hand, Folexin seems much better to me.

It’s the cheapest product I tried that worked really well. The formula can prove that.

So if there’s something I would recommend instead of Magnetique, it would surely be this.

 


#6 – Where To Find It (7 out of 10)


Unlike other hair vitamins – Magnetique is only available in 3 retailers:

  • My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (2019) - Is It A Scam?Amazon
  • Ebay
  • Walmart

But here’s an interesting fact:

  1. Some time ago, it was only available on the official website. 
  2. Now the official page is closed. 
  3. If you try to access it, you get an error.
  4. All bloggers promoting Magnetique now link to another product instead.
  5. However, they kept their reviews on Magnetique.

Basically – Magnetique’s official website is gone for several months now.

Why exactly?

Well – I already said that I found lots of complaints from people who bought Magnetique from there.

So in my opinion – it’s not a coincidence.

Magnetique’s official website probably closed because it’s a scam.

However – if you really want to try it out, Amazon is the best choice:

  • they really send you the product, no rip-off
  • you can request a refund if you’re not satisfied
  • they have a good customer service

Now – I personally wouldn’t advise you to go for Magnetique. But if you really want to, pick Amazon.

 

 


#7 – FAQs


Coming up – I will try to answer the top question you might have about Magnetique.

Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned before, but it’s easier to spot here.

1. How many pills per day?

The label recommends taking 2. 

Just make sure you take them after eating – otherwise you might experience some nausea or stomach pain.

2. How long lasts 1 bottle?

30 days. There are 60 pills inside and you have to take 2 daily.

There are no larger sizes, unfortunately.

So if you want a longer supply, you can buy more bottles together.

3. Can I take it with other drugs?

I would recommend asking your doctor first – especially if you’re following a long term treatment.

Magnetique contains mostly vitamins. And even though they seem safe – they can interact with certain drugs.

That’s why I think it’s better to stay on the safe side.

4. Are there any side effects?

I personally experienced some stomach problems at first.

But once I started taking the pills after eating, the problems were gone.

Other than that – I couldn’t find any major issues among the reviews I read.

So I consider Magnetique quite safe.

5. How fast should I see an improvement?

Just like in every other supplement, I say you should give it 1 month (at least).

I could see some small changes in this period.

Besides, some reviews claimed they saw an effect even faster.

So I think 1 month is enough to see any minor change.

 


#8 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Magnetique (in 3 ideas).

1. Vitamin Mix

Judging after its formula, Magnetique is just a combination of vitamins:

  • 9 out of 10 ingredients are vitamins/minerals
  • only 1 is a herb

I personally don’t consider this an advantage. 

There are lots of hair supplements that contain vitamins – but they also contain at least 5 other ingredients.

So in my opinion, Magnetique’s formula is pretty weak.

2. Really Overpriced

For what it contains, this supplement is extremely expensive:

  • you can get the same ingredients from a drugstore
  • the final price would be $10 lower (or more)

So I personally wouldn’t pay more than $20 on Magnetique.

If you really want to buy a quality supplement, you can find one for less than $25.

3. Not 100% Safe

I’m not saying that in terms of effect – Magnetique didn’t cause me any side reactions.

I’m saying that in terms of payment:

  1. Many people complained that it’s a rip-off.
  2. They were charged the money instantly.
  3. But they never received the order.
  4. Some continued to be charged monthly for a product they never received.

However – these complaints were about the official website.

Magnetique seems to be safe to buy from Amazon.

 

 


My Verdict – Is Magnetique A Scam?


Short answer: It used to be – when it was sold on the official website:

  1. My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (2019) - Is It A Scam?All the reviews I read claim this.
  2. Many people said they were ripped-off.
  3. Lots of negative reviews anywhere.
  4. Most customers never received their order.

However – Magnetique’s official website disappeared completely recently.

So at this point, it’s only available on Amazon, Ebay and Walmart.

Now – are their offers a scam? Surely not, all 3 are 100% safe retailers.

However, I still wouldn’t recommend Magnetique:

  • pretty weak formula (almost only vitamins)
  • didn’t work amazing for me
  • very expensive for what it contains
  • you can buy ingredients separately cheaper
  • enough negative reviews

What I would choose instead? A supplement that is over $10 cheaper and worked much better for me.

If you want to save money and still get a strong formula – that’s what I recommend you too.

References:

1 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pubmed/11344694

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pubmed/28879195

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pmc/articles/PMC3870206/

4 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pubmed/17168873

5 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pmc/articles/PMC4938278/

10 thoughts on “My Review: Magnetique Hair Growth (#1 Scam Proof Revealed)

  1. Buyer beware, this so-called hair growth supplement is a scam! I placed my order, paid the expenses and waited for 2 weeks without receiving the product. I tried to contact their customer service several times and all the consultants were very rude. I felt like I had stolen their product and I was responsible, instead of them. Contacting them via email was out of the question, as they never bothered to respond. So I ended up not receiving my order and not being refunded either. Any other proof needed that it’s a scam? That’s enough for me! Stay away from this company, guys! 

    1. Hi Misty, thanks so much for sharing your experience with Magnetique Hair Growth. As I somehow expected, it’s not a positive one at all.

      All I can say is that I’m really sorry you got scammed by this company. But as it is, I don’t think there’s any chance of getting your money back. There are lots of similar complaints online and no person mentioned anything about getting a refund. So I guess it would be pretty hard.

      If you really want to try the product, you can get in from Amazon – as you will surely receive it there. But I wouldn’t really recommend it, as it’s not very effective either. Hope this helps.

  2. Hi Olly, thanks for saying the truth about Magnetique hair, your honesty is much appreciated! 

    I ordered this product, received it but was not satisfied, I’m starting to lose some hair in the back of my head and taking this didn’t help at all. Decided not to order any more but received a new bottle next month without ordering it. 

    I realized I had been charged in the meantime so I tried to contact them to send it back. The number wasn’t even valid and it was the same with their email. The company seemed to have gone away but they were still sending me a bottle every month. 

    I transferred all my money to another account so once they couldn’t charge me anymore they just stopped sending. That was the only solution I found, thank God I got rid of these scammers. Would never every advise anyone to order from them.

    1. Hi Michael, thanks for your feedback on Magnetique Hair Growth. Now I’m even more convinced it’s a scam, as I couldn’t find any positive review from people buying it from the official website.

      Well, at least you received the product and had the chance to try it. Lots of people paid it but never actually received it, which must be even more frustrating.

      If you still need a hair growth supplement, I recommend you one that I personally use – Folexin. It’s much cheaper than many similar products and has an excellent formula. Also, it works pretty well for men too – especially for those who are trying to prevent hair loss or baldness, as in your case. 

      I personally think this should help more than Magnetique.

  3. I got this thing from Amazon but didn’t have great results. I’m not sure why people call it a scam, though. I got my order in less than a week and the bottle looked fine, no damage, with the right number of pills and everything. I’m not claiming I loved the product but wouldn’t call it a scam just because I didn’t get the expected results. Maybe other people saw faster improvements. This is a product I would recommend to friends, but it’s not right for my body.

    1. Hi Mohammed, thanks for sharing your view and experience on Magnetique Hair Growth. You were lucky to have bought it from Amazon, because there are no problems with the shipping in this way. 

      But Magnetique has lots of complaints, especially from people who used its official website to make a purchase. When you actually pay for a product and you never receive it – that’s surely a rip-off. So that’s why so many people are calling Magnetique a scam.

      Regarding its effect – it could surely work for some people. But the formula it has isn’t too strong, that’s why I wouldn’t make high expectations from it. It’s nothing more than a vitamin mix, in my opinion – which could (at most) help hair health in general. So it wouldn’t really improve a hair that is damaged, thinning or falling out.

      Your experience with it pretty much confirms this. But if you want to keep your positive opinion about it, you’re free to do it. I’m not trying to convince you of anything.

      Just that judging after all the complaints I found, buying Magnetique from its official website makes you waste your money. Even the fact that its website closed down is a good proof. But sure enough, you can judge as you want.

  4. Hi! Thanks for this honest review. I was going to buy the product but thought I should check opinions beforehand. Guess I did well, since there are so many complaints that I was really surprised about. So I will probably move on to something else, I’m not sure exactly what yet but surely not Magnetique. I’m tempted to try your recommended supplement since it’s way cheaper than all the ones I researched before. But I couldn’t find many reviews about it, that’s the only thing that worries me.

    1. Hi there. I definitely do not recommend you buying Magnetique. Even though its official website is closed (that’s where they used to scam people) and there’s no risk of ordering the product and not receiving it – I still don’t recommend it. Even if you do receive the product, it’s not going to help a lot. It’s just a mix of vitamins, so you’re better off buying them separately from your local drug store.

      Regarding my top recommended supplement (Folexin) – it actually has very few authentic reviews on the Internet. That’s because it’s not sold on Amazon or other big retailers. It’s only sold on its official website, which does have lots of reviews (but I usually avoid official reviews, since they might be biased). 

      Anyway, what impressed me is that Folexin’s website allows you to write your own review, after you prove you’re a real customer who bought the product. So that makes me think most of the reviews from the website are authentic. But I can’t really prove that.

      So I have to agree with you, Folexin doesn’t have too many authentic reviews – which is a real downside. But I received some feedback from people trying it and most were satisfied. So for me, that’s the best proof that it works (besides my own experience with it). That’s why I continue to recommend it.

      Hope this helps make the right decision.

  5. Good afternoon, I ordered Magnetique from Amazon for my mom, she has menopause hair loss so the doc recommended some vitamins. We both checked out several products and decided on Magnetique. I’m surprised by all those negative reviews, my mom says her hair isn’t falling as badly as it used to. It’s not 100% healthy but it’s a lot better now. Maybe it’s not the same for everyone, who knows.

    1. Hi Tara, thanks a lot for your feedback on Magnetique. It’s certainly effective for some people, especially if the hair loss isn’t very severe (as it was probably your mom’s case). 

      Menopause is quite a common cause of hair loss, especially in women over 50. There’s no standard solution, but vitamins can help – so your mom’s doctor was right in his recommendation. But I think he should have recommended a certain product, instead of letting you choose one. You were lucky to order Magnetique from Amazon – but if you bought it from its official website, things might have been different.

      So if your mom is satisfied with its effect, she should probably stick to it. Her body probably reacts really well to this product.

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