Fact: These Products Will Make Your Hair Grow Like Crazy, According to Reviews

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It would be unfair of me to start a conversation about collagen without addressing the elephant in the room. Does it actually promote healthy hair, skin, and nails when incorporated into a diet, or has it been overhyped for years for the "possibility" that it will contribute to a healthy lifestyle and appearance? As a beauty editor with hundreds of health experts on speed dial, I can say with confidence that recent studies have shown that not only can it promote fuller and healthier hair, but it can encourage fast hair growth when used the correct way. For anyone who has dealt with hair thinning and loss, this may be the key to restoring your beloved strands to their healthiest state.

Collagen is composed of several types of amino acids and happens to be one of the most abundant structural proteins in the body. As we age, we produce less of it (and even lose it due to environmental stressors, poor health habits, etc). While incorporating collagen supplements into your diet may not be the solution to all your health problems, it certainly offers a way to give your body what it needs when it needs it. Below, we've curated a list of the best collagen products for hair growth based on thousands of glowing reviews.

1. Horbäach Hair, Skin & Nails Vitamins

2. Sports Research Collagen Peptides

3. Lemme Glow Hair, Skin & Nails Gummies

4. Anthony's Collagen Peptide Powder

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5. Neocell Super Collagen + Vitamin C & Biotin

6. Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides

7. Grande Cosmetics Grande Gummies Vegan Collagen Booster

8. Ancient Nutrition Multi Collagen Protein

Maya Thomas
Assistant Beauty Editor
Maya Thomas is Who What Wear's assistant beauty editor based just outside of Seattle, Washington. Her strong love for all things beauty and fashion stems from a strong childhood interest in the fine arts. During a gap year spent in Paris studying the history of French fashion, she shifted her focus to English literature and journalism as a student at Loyola Marymount University with the goal of one day pursuing a career in fashion. After graduating in May 2021, Maya began freelancing for Parade.com as a contributing commerce writer while also building a following on her lifestyle blog, Itsmayalala.com. When she's not writing, Maya spends her free time catching up on reading, perusing art galleries, and enjoying a night out at the ballet every now and then.