It’s time to review Mane Choice Hair Vitamins – because this product is pretty popular.
I’ve tried some other products from The Mane Choice and I was satisfied. But are these pills just as good?
Let’s dig deep into these vitamins.
Note: This review is based on my experience + research about The Mane Choice’s vitamins.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Manetabolism Plus Vitamins from The Mane Choice
Versions: Only 1 (30 days supply)
Best Actual Price: Around $26
Cheapest Place To Buy: Either Amazon or the official website.
Designed For: Hair growth – according to the label:
- speeds up growth
- promotes longer and thicker hair
- provides a complete nutrition
My Rating: 7 out of 10
Worth Buying?: It could be – but it’s not a product I personally recommend.
That’s because it has some small problems:
- many complaints about acne and breakouts
- not the best formula I know
It’s definitely a good product – but I think there’s a better product for the same money.
What I Liked About It
- Contains lot of vitamins and amino acids
- Only 2 pills per day
- Works pretty well for hair growth
- Softens hair (in my case)
- Pretty good price – compared to similar products
- Available in many retailers
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Very few herbal extracts among the ingredients
- Many negative reviews
- Lots of complaints about acne
- Pills taste really bad (dead fish)
What Are The Mane Choice Vitamins?
Shortly – they’re a supplement designed to grow hair faster and healthier.
You can find it in 3 “Manetabolism” versions:
- Plus Vitamins (for women)
- Men Vitamins
- Kids Gummy Vitamins
But as the first one is their bestseller – that’s the one I will focus on in this review.
So what makes The Mane Choice more special? According to them:
- promotes healthier hair
- improves dietary nutrition
- boosts energy levels naturally
These are just a few of this product’s claims – there are several others.
But obviously, it’s not as perfect as it seems (because of its potential side effects).
Now that you know the basic things about it – it’s time to analyze The Mane Choice closer.
#1 – Ingredients (9 out of 10)
In my opinion, The Mane Choice has a pretty good formula:
- over 15 vitamins/minerals
- lots of amino acids
What I personally don’t like is that there are very few herbs. They have a much stronger effect (in terms of hair growth).
But this supplement’s formula remains pretty good.
As you can see – there are 2 types of ingredients:
- Vitamins + Minerals
- Proprietary Blend
So let’s take a closer look at each:
1. Vitamins + Minerals
The Mane Choice contains exactly 18 substances – which is a very impressive number:
Now – I won’t take each of them by turn. But some of the most important ones are:
- Thiamine – a deficiency might cause alopecia.
- Niacin – increases hair density. 
- Folic Acid – improves and speeds up hair growth.
- Biotin – it’s the best vitamin for hair growth. 
- Zinc – it’s really effective at decreasing hair loss. 
Overall, this supplement contains about all essential vitamins + minerals for hair.
2. Proprietary Blend
That’s a special mix of The Mane Choice (I haven’t seen it in this exact formula in other products):
As you can tell – it’s mostly based on amino acids.
Out of the other ingredients, it’s worth mentioning:
- Shark Cartilage – some sources say it helps shedding (it’s the #1 ingredient from Viviscal).
- Horsetail – it’s very effective for thinning hair.
- MSM – might help hair growth. 
Honestly, this blend doesn’t look very impressive (or powerful).
The Mane Choice’s formula is surely not bad:
- contains the most important nutrients
- pretty high dosages overall
But as I said – the vitamins + minerals make the most of these ingredients.
So it’s surely not one of the best hair formulas I know.
#2 – How To Take It (8 out of 10)
Here’s what I would point out about The Mane Choice’s pills and schedule.
1. The Pills
At first sight – they look quite normal:
- regular gelatin pills
- transparent color with a white powder inside
- average dimensions
Now – the real problem is their taste.
Normally, gelatin pills don’t have any taste – but these ones smell like dead fish. So their taste is absolutely disgusting.
I recommend taking them with lots of water (so that you feel the bad taste as little as possible).
2. The Schedule
Just like most hair supplement – The Mane Choice’s product requires 2 pills per day:
- you can take them together or separately
- it’s recommended to take them with food
So the schedule is pretty reasonable, if you ask me.
The effect should be the same whether you take both pills together or not.
#3 – My Results (8 out of 10)
The Mane Choice did improve my hair – but it wasn’t the best supplement ever.
But overall, I was 70% satisfied.
1. My Background
I used this supplement because I was trying to grow out my hair.
Truth is – I had suffered from hair loss some time before. So my hair wasn’t amazing:
- fragile and easy to break
- thick roots and thin ends
- would grow really slow (due it its bad condition)
So I was curious if The Mane Choice would make it grow considerably faster.
2. How It Worked
I used The Mane Choice for 1 month (1 bottle).
That might sound like a short period – but it was enough for me:
- My hair felt much softer and silkier.
- It also grew about 1 inch in that month.
- Hair loss got better (about 30%).
- My hair ends were still very thin.
- Also, it didn’t feel any thicker or fuller.
So basically – my hair grew more than usual with these vitamins.
If I had used them for 2-3 months, the effects would have been much better (that’s for sure).
However – I stopped using the pills for 1 reason, they made my stomach hurt:
- I was always taking them after eating
- also, I never took both pills together
- however, my stomach was hurting 30 minutes after
Was the formula too strong? Definitely not.
Maybe it was just how my body reacted to these pills. But anyway – I wouldn’t recommend them as a #1 choice.
The Mane Choice surely works – in terms of hair growth.
However, its effect wasn’t the best (out of all supplements I tried).
So for this price – I prefer using a stronger formula that has some slightly better results in 1 month.
That’s my #1 personal choice.
#4 – Other Opinions (7 out of 10)
I tried to include other customers’ reviews – so that you see other points of view as well.
Fortunately, there are many real opinions on this product.
However – not all are positive.
Note: I only included authentic reviews, not the ones based on general info.
1. What People Say
Here are the most common thoughts on The Mane Choice:
- Some people say it really increases hair growth.
- Others claim it boosts hair health and shine.
- Many complain that it causes acne and breakouts.
- Others say it doesn’t work at all.
- A few complain about the bad taste.
So as I said – it’s not all good about this product.
But considering it has enough positive reviews, it’s surely not a scam.
2. Biggest Complaints
There are quite a few unsatisfied customers – and they have about the same reasons:
- Most claim these pills cause severe acne.
- Some said they never had acne before, but this product caused them a major breakout.
- Others say it doesn’t work very fast.
- A few others claim they couldn’t see any changes (even after 3 months).
Now – it’s clear that a product will not work for everyone.
But regarding acne, I saw many customers complaining of that.
In my case, there was no acne or pimples. I had this problem with another supplement (SugarBear gummies).
But since there were so many complaints, I’m sure it’s a real thing.
Even though there are many satisfied customers, The Mane Choice has some serious complaints:
- acne and breakouts
- weak effect
- works very slow
The last 2 may be less common, but acne is present in many reviews.
So if you ever had pimples – you should think twice before trying out this product.
#5 – Price (9 out of 10)
To be honest, this product has an affordable price overall.
It’s not really cheap – considering its formula. But some similar supplements costs $10 more – so I think it’s decent enough.
1. The Exact Price
Here’s what I found out about The Mane Choice supplement:
- prices are slightly different (depending on the seller)
- the lowest price is on its official website
- it costs about $26
- shipping is an additional $6
So basically – that would be almost $32 per bottle.
Keep in mind that this is the regular price – so you don’t have to go for auto-shipping to get it.
2. Competitors’ Prices
I want to compare The Mane Choice with my #1 recommended hair supplement (Folexin):
- Both have a high number of ingredients.
- Folexin has a stronger formula overall (more herbal extracts).
- Both require 2 pills per day
- Prices are quite similar.
- Folexin is $25 per month, Mane Choice costs $26.
So in terms of prices, these supplements are about the same.
However – Folexin has some big discounts if you buy more bottles at once.
In this way, you can get it for $18 – while Mane Choice doesn’t have a lower price.
So that’s why I personally prefer Folexin – price is lower overall and formula is stronger.
#6 – Where To Find It (10 out of 10)
Fortunately – The Mane Choice’s supplement is available in many retailers:
- Lucky Vitamins
However – the best price is on the official website ($26 + $6 shipping).
Now – let’s check out the prices from Amazon:
- it normally costs about $32
- you can often find discounts and sales
- at this point – you can get it for about $22
- that’s $10 cheaper
So if you wanted to buy this supplement right now – Amazon would make the best option.
Ebay also has really good prices, but it’s not as safe as Amazon.
#7 – FAQs
Coming up, I will try to answer the most common questions about The Mane Choice’s vitamins.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned, but it’s easier to spot here.
1. How many pills per day?
Just 2 – you can either space them out or take them together.
2. How long lasts 1 bottle?
There are 60 pills per bottle.
Considering you’re taking 2 daily – this means one bottle is 1 month supply.
3. Can I take it with other drugs?
My advice is to ask your doctor first – because this formula has lots of vitamins and amino acids.
Though they might sound harmless, they can interact with certain substances.
So if you’re following a long term treatment, the safest way is to ask your specialist first.
4. Are there any side effects?
According to the label – not really.
But according to many reviews I read – acne and pimples are quite common.
Also, I personally experienced stomach pain – which can count as a side effects.
So The Mane Choice isn’t 100% safe. But breakouts are by far the most usual secondary effect.
5. How fast should I notice an effect?
It usually takes about 3-4 weeks, but it can sometimes take longer.
I could see some changes in 1 month – but there were some people who claim they didn’t.
So this supplement isn’t the fastest (at least not for everyone).
#8 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on The Mane Choice (in 3 ideas).
1. Decent Formula
This supplement doesn’t have the best ingredients on the market.
However – it claims to be “hair vitamins”.
So compared to other vitamins, it doesn’t have a bad formula at all:
- 18 vitamins + minerals in total
- contains the most essential vitamins for hair
- also has several amino acids
However – it has very few herbal extracts, which are the best for hair growth.
2. Does Work
This supplement is surely not a scam:
- about 60% of reviews said it worked
- I could see some improvement myself
So even though this formula isn’t very strong – it does improve hair growth.
3. Potentially Dangerous
Many previous customers complained about side effects:
- acne and breakout
- stomach pain
However – acne was a major problem for lots of people.
That’s why I consider The Mane Choice a bit dangerous from this point of view.
My Verdict – Is The Mane Choice A Scam?
Short answer: Definitely not – it’s a 100% legit product.
In fact, it has a lot of good sides. But it’s not among the supplements I would recommend:
- Only 1 herbal extract (which are the strongest for hair growth).
- Caused me some stomach pain.
- Many reviews complaining of acne.
Sure enough – The Mane Choice is not a bad supplement at all.
I have nothing against it – but I simply prefer other supplements, in terms of effect.
My top recommendation is a product called Folexin:
- best formula/ingredients I know
- works really fast (1-2 months)
- grows hair considerably
- cheapest product of this kind (even $18 per bottle)
So that’s my personal choice for hair loss/growth.
But if you decide to try The Mane Choice instead, feel free to do it. It’s your choice after all.
1 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pubmed/17168873
2 – https://ods.od.nih.gov/-factsheets/Biotin-HealthProfessional/
3 – https://www.forhims.com/-blog/zinc-for-hair-loss
6 thoughts on “My Review: Mane Choice Hair Vitamins (2023) – Does It Work?”
I had severe problems with Mane Choice, first just a few pimples then in a couple of weeks my checks and forehead were covered in red blisters. They looked really bad but also hurt a lot… I threw all 2 bottles away but I’m still recovering. It’s been more than 1 month and I still have lots of pimples left. But it’s a lot better than before, thank God!
Hi Daria, thanks for your feedback on The Mane Choice Hair Vitamins. Unfortunately, lots of people complained about side effects as yours. So the vitamins are surely the responsible.
Maybe it’s the high dosage of biotin, maybe it’s the mix of vitamins or a certain ingredient/additive. I can’t really tell. But it’s all a matter of luck whether you develop acne or not. Some people do, while others don’t.
Anyway – if you want to avoid this kind of side effect in other hair products you take, I advise you to choose the ones that are based on herbal extracts. Herbs have a much stronger effect usually but they’re also safer. They don’t cause acne, breakouts or headaches but still work really good.
The product you choose can also contain vitamins – but not in the highest per cent. I mean, try to avoid “hair vitamins” and go for herbal formulas instead. This should help in the future.
Hi, Olly. I got a breakout days after starting Mane choice. It happened the same with other hair vitamins I tried, including Kardashian’s bear gummies. Just like Mane choice, they’re so advertised everywhere and I know there’s a lot of people getting breakouts due to them. As far as you know, is there any hair vitamin supplement that doesn’t cause acne? Not to so many people in the least…
Hi Melissa, thanks for your feedback on The Mane Choice. You’re not the only one experiencing acne and breakouts – and it’s the same for Sugar Bear gummies.
I tried to do some research on this topic but I couldn’t find which is the exact cause. But here’s what I noticed: hair supplements based on vitamins produce breakouts more frequently. Also – those containing high dosages of biotin, more specifically.
But that’s not the same in all hair supplements. There are some based on more herbs and less vitamins – and I could never read any review about acne.
So here’s what you should do, in my opinion:
1. Avoid supplements that come as “hair vitamins”.
2. Make sure the product you use doesn’t have more than 1000-1500 mg of biotin. This may be the real responsible for acne, according to some sources. But there’s no evidence, so I can’t tell for sure.
3. Go for herbal supplements instead.
I don’t know if you checked out the market before buying The Mane Choice. But if you did, you surely heard of more popular choices – like Nutrafol, Viviscal, Nourage, Keranique, etc.
None of this cause breakouts too often – and they’re all based on herbs or original ingredients. All of them contain vitamins as well (including biotin) – but not in dosages that are excessive.
So that’s the secret, if you ask me.
Now – among these supplements, there is one that I specifically recommend because of its price. It’s called Folexin and it’s way cheaper than most of these supplements above. In my case, it did exactly the same thing – which is why I recommend it.
Basically, it’s a much cheaper alternative to those pricey supplements. If you can’t afford them or you don’t want to spend your money from the first, you should try Folexin and see if it helps. But I’m pretty sure it will. All of them will, actually – it’s all about your budget.
Hope this helps.
Hello Olly. I also heard about this issue regarding vitamins for hair and acne. It’s a complex subject because hair vitamins contains different vitamins. From science we know that e.g. too less or too much vitamin B12 can result in acne and skin problems. Therefore if some might take more than the recommend doses it can result in acne.
Hey Andreas, thanks a lot for your feedback, it’s really appreciated. I know vitamin B12 can also cause acne or skin issues, but so does biotin. And there are some other vitamins that can cause similar problems (usually when overdosed). That’s why it’s really hard to tell what exact vitamin from a hair supplement is causing breakouts. As I said in my review, many sources claim it’s biotin – but as you say, it might also be vitamin B12.
That’s why I don’t usually recommend hair vitamins – since there’s not enough info, you don’t know what ingredient from it could be causing you acne. In case you really develop it, it’s even harder to treat (as you don’t know what exact vitamin caused it). That’s why I prefer supplements based on herbal remedies, that also contain vitamins (but in lower dosages – compared to special hair vitamins). Thanks again for your opinion and thoughts on Mane Choice’s vitamins.