Not that the Vegamour hair growing line needed any help, seeing that a bottle of their serum sells every twenty-two seconds. But now, with Nicole Kidman partnering with the hair care brand, there is no stopping their sales. As we have all seen, a celebrity endorsement or even their likeness on an ad can boost a product’s sales sky-high. Still, this latest between Tom Cruise’s ex/Keith Urban’s current wife, aligned for the many products of the line, is as much making news as it will most likely boost sales into the stratosphere.
Vegamour is a plant-based hair product claiming to aid in hair growth and follicle health. Their marketing claims these cultural buzzword bullet points:
· Clean, 100% Vegan Ingredients
· Holistic Hair Wellness
· Science-Backed Results
The company’s products include the “Vegamour GRO Hair Serum,” containing something the company calls Phyto-actives, supposedly helping to “support a healthy and balanced follicular ecosystem while soothing the scalp and revitalizing hair roots.” They also sell, gummies, shampoo, and conditioner, what they call their “Gro Scalp Detoxifying Serum,” as well as a scalp massager.
Does any or all of this stuff work?
Researching the score off online reviews that are not just ads in disguise, it seems that Vegamour products do indeed help to increase hair growth and health over prolonged use (which means buying more of it, of course). Furthermore, as is true of most anything we ingest or rub onto or into ourselves, some people see results…others do not.
As we say here at Guci Image all the time about the many topical applications for hair loss, growth, and thinning prevention, there are lots of products making claims that no science supports, and others well tested that do see results. Guci Image has topical solutions we use (see here), but as with Vegamour, we can’t guarantee the same results for every person.
We couldn’t even guarantee it for Nichole Kidman.