Feb 4, 2021

Are They Worth The Hype? Sugar Bear Hair Review.

Promoted by Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens and Kylie Jenner, Sugar Bear Hair gummies have been plastered around the internet and branded as miracle gummies for hair growth.

The only problem? The celebrities who endorse these products are known to wear wigs and extensions half the time... So are the gummies really a celebrity favourite or does the company just have a ridiculously large marketing budget? I decided to buy a 2 month supply to find out for myself!

Let me just get straight to the point, did my hair grow? Yes. However, not as quickly as I’ve seen when using HairBurst gummies.

But I think there’s a reason for that.

When I was researching into both of these brands I found that they both contained basically the same ingredients; Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Folic Acid. The only thing that was different about them was their taste, so there must have been a different factor into why I saw different rates of hair growth with the different brands. 

The answer: My diet. My diet now compared to my diet a year ago when I tried HairBurst is very, very different because I eat much healthier now and more of a balanced diet. Along with this, at the time of taking the HairBurst gummies, I had been diagnosed with extremely low folic acid and vitamin D levels which also begged the question as to whether I was low in any other vitamins. 

With that being said, at the time the HairBurst gummies were helping me gain an extra boost of the vitamins I was lacking which explains why I might have been seeing much quicker hair growth than recently while I’ve been using Sugar Bear Hair.

Why is this important? Because yes, the Sugar Bear Hair gummies did work and I did see slightly more hair growth than usual, however as with any hair gummies, they’re only going to work if you’re lacking in the vitamins that they contain in the first place. If you have a balanced diet and are consuming enough of these vitamins through food, you probably won’t see much of a change in your hair growth as your body can only use up a certain amount of vitamins at any given time.

Granted, you probably won’t know whether you’re lacking in any of the vitamins unless you have a blood test at the doctors, so if you’re thinking about purchasing these gummies, I’d definitely say give them a try and see!

Have you ever tried hair growth supplements?

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  1. I've never tried anything like this before, because my hair tends to grow fast anyway. It's good to know that these work xx

    Hannah | https://luxuryblush.co.uk/

  2. I've taken various hair vitamins and they definitely help, but I think you're right on about overall diet too! Most of the time, I really notice it in my nails more than my hair.

    Eileen | yesmissy.com

    1. That's such a good point that they might work better for nails rather than hair for some people!

  3. I've always wondered about these products after hearing so much about them on Instagram! Thanks for the review - I definitely agree that diet is probably the most important factor for hair growth!


    1. Definitely, if you're getting all the vitamins you need from your hair then taking these gummies won't do much. But if you're lacking in vitamins, gummies are a great go-to!


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