No cons to report about this product!
November 24, 2013
I started to take Biotin as more of a will to waste money rather than to purchase something with any sort of sound assurance to reflect that I am taking it for a direct response that it has proven to be able to initiate. Biotin deficiency is supposed to be rare, according to Wikipedia, but it is also has terrible bio-availability in foods and a symptom of deficiency is hair loss. I know a lot of different people who have bought Biotin with a lot of reasons in mind, primarily relative to hair, skin, and nails. There isn't much to reflect that taking the supplement would work for any of those purposes. I want my hair to grow long and it has been a while since I haven't chopped it off upon it reaching my shoulders. I had a couple of extra bucks and figured I'd throw it in the mix. The upper limit is really hard to reach like B12, so I figured it can't hurt!
*I would like to note that, as far as my recommendation below, that I would recommend this as a product to buy solely for someone who is interested in buying it, but not as a recommendation in terms of having much faith in it for doing much.
Pros:Source Naturals is one of my favorite brands to buy from. The tablet is small and easy to smell. It doesn't smell bad like B Vitamins do when they are all together in one pill. It's cheap and a lot less expensive of a gimmick buy.
Cons:It's doubtful that it would contribute to any significant increase in the rate of speed at which my hair grows. I would have no way of saying so anyways considering it would be confounded by everything else I take. I would read more about it before buying it if you're haven't already. I plan on putting my 7 bucks towards something else once the bottle is out.