The promise: This scientifically-validated supplement incorporates patented ingredients for inner and outer wellness. In terms of hair health specifically, it contains Cynatine®HNS, a scientifically developed cosmeceutical ingredient comprised of highly solubilised, stable and bioavailable keratin, a protein found naturally in structures such as hair, skin and nails. They say it’s been clinically proven to show a 47 per cent increase in hair strength and 35 per cent decrease in hair loss.
The reviews: Given that LYMA is new on the market – and supplements can take up to six months to reveal maximum benefits – there aren’t many user reviews out there. However, it’s gaining approval from the pros, such as nutritional scientist Simon White who says its ahead of its time: “It uses patented ingredients that are clinically formulated to work like no other supplement on the market. LYMA is the definition of a true super supplement.” It’s also been coined the ‘supermodel supplement’, thanks to LYMA’s co-founder, A-list fitness coach Russell Bateman, and his clientele of early adopters. The likes of VS Angel Roosmarijn de Kok can’t get enough.
Vegetarian? Yes, but not vegan.
Verdict: The ultimate luxe supp, this promises to do much more besides promoting healthy hair, so if you’re looking to boost your immune system and mental clarity too, it’s worth a pop.