Last month I was contacted by the Co-Founder of Toji: Pure Density to try out their vitamin and share my results with my JGAers. I had initially made up my mind to decline the offer but after comparing the ingredients to (now discontinued) Nioxin Intensive Therapy Recharging Complex (which is the hair supplement I’ve tried to-date), my curiosity got the best of me because they contain similar ingredients: vitamin A, vitamin C,vitamin D, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, biotin, pantothenic acid, zinc, sarsaparilla, stinging nettle root extract, saw palmetto. After hopping online and finding Toji vitamins mentioned many times on LHCF and positive reviews online, I decided to give these a try and share my results with you.
How Toji Pure Density works:
Nutrition Support: There are a variety nutrients critical to hair health. With pure density’s proprietary 34 ingredient formula we’ve made sure you won’t miss a single one.
Hormonal Support: Hormonal imbalances are a commonly cited reason for hair loss. Pure density uses a combination of herbs and botanicals to provide optimal hormonal support.
Circulation Support: Poor circulation to the scalp means your hair is not receiving the nutrients it needs. Vitamins and herbs in pure density (like niacin and gingko biloba) help support proper circulation.
A breakdown of the ingredients and their benefits is found here.
These vitamins are pricey. They’re available in one month supply (one bottle) for $39.95 and three month supply for $106.95. I have to admit, I think these are best packaged vitamins I’ve ever received.
The suggested use it to take 2 tablets in the morning and 2 tablets at night with food and water. According to Toji, most customers do not see consistent results until month 3 and for best results it’s recommended to take these vitamins continuously for a minimum of 6 months. Toji provided me with a 6 month supply so beginning this month, I will be taking these vitamins for the next six months with monthly check-ins during the first week of every month. The only other vitamin I will continue to take while taking these for the next six months is Women’s One A Day. Because Toji: Pure Density claims to (1) increase growth, (2) thicken hair, and (3) strengthen hair I’ll be tracking changes in those three areas until March.
I hope it goes well!
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