Vida Glow Advanced Repair Hairology 30 Capsules

Vida Glow


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Hairology™ is a once-daily ingestible capsule from Vida Glow’s Advanced Repair range. Hair sheds every day as part of its natural renewal cycle. Yet age, stress, hormones and vitamin deficiencies can prompt weakness, damage and excessive shedding. Targeting the cause of thinning lacklustre hair, Hairology™ optimises the environment necessary for hair to grow and thrive. 

Powered by hero active, AnaGain™, and a robust blend of targeted micronutrients, Hairology™ supports and maintains healthy hair follicles to revitalise and strengthen strands from within. In clinical trials, AnaGain™ visibly reduced hair loss by 34% after 28 days of supplementation. (2).

Integrated into your daily regime, Hairology™ is formulated as a multi-action innovation for hair loss, growth and thickness. Our easy-to-consume vegan capsules are tasteless and odourless. For healthier, fuller-looking hair you can feel good about.


AnaGain™ reduces hair loss (2).

AnaGain™ reduces hair thinning (2).

Supports healthy hair follicles

Supports hair growth

Supports hair strength

Maintains hair thickness

Simply take 1 capsule, once daily with water, preferably with a meal.

AnaGain™ – Vida Glow’s trademarked active derived from pea sprout extract. AnaGain™ is clinically studied to reduce hair loss by 34% after 28 days of supplementation. (2).

Bladderwrack – Australian brown seaweed extract with a high nutritional density including fibre, iron, vitamin b12 and polysaccharides. Its therapeutic effects derive from a naturally rich iodine profile – which supports healthy thyroid hormones.

Zinc – An essential trace mineral that most people require dietary supplementation of. It helps maintain hair growth and decreases hair loss and thinning when dietary intake is inadequate.

Selenium – A micronutrient rich in antioxidants that protects against oxidative damage known to cause to hair loss.

Biotin – A B-group vitamin (vitamin b7) vital for keratin function and maintaining healthy hair follicles. Biotin deficiency has been reported in up to 38% of healthy women complaining of hair loss. (3).