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Hers Complete Hair Kit – Should We Review It?

The Complete Hair Kit from hers is a monthly hair care subscription box:

All the perks – at hers, we want to provide you with choices to keep your hair healthy for longer. This complete hair treatment works to help regrow your hair, decreases shedding, and strengthens your hair.

The products included in the kit are:

Minoxidil Drops

Minoxidil specially formulated at 2% for women. These drops actively promote hair growth by shedding old hairs and replacing them with new ones.

  • excessive shedding
  • strengthening
  • regrowing

The Shampoo

This shampoo helps cleanse your hair follicles of excess sebum that clogs your pores and can lead to hair loss.

  • excessive shedding
  • moisturizing
  • strengthening

The Conditioner

Formulated with amino acids and a natural three oil blend, this conditioner gets to work by helping strengthen damaged, overly processed hair, while also providing moisture.

  • excessive shedding
  • strengthening
  • moisturizing

The Gummies

These gummies are made with high-quality biotin to help strengthen your hair.

  • excessive shedding
  • strengthening
  • stronger nails

The Box: hers The Complete Hair Kit

The Cost: $44

The Products: 

  • minoxidil 2 oz bottle
  • the shampoo DHT 6.4 oz bottle
  • the conditioner 6.4 oz bottle
  • biotin gummies 60 gummies

What do you think of this box? Would you like to see it reviewed? 

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Comments (25)

  1. Would love to see reviews. 100 reviews generally provide me the information I’m looking for about a new product. There are always people who are never satisfied and those who embellish. 100 reviews usually allows weeding out both and still getting honest feedback.

  2. Definitely interested, but a search of their site did not reveal ingredients. My hair gets dried out too easily, even with most so-called moisturizing shampoos, and it cannot tolerate sulfates at all. I would like to know how clean the ingredients are also (i.e., is it at least paraben free?). A review with this info would be most welcome! 🙂

  3. Would it be possible to have this reviewed by two people, please? I would be fascinated to know how it works for someone with thinning hair, vs someone wanting to increase the rate of hair growth.

    For the thinning hair reviewer, maybe a trial of over (say) a 6 week period, and to do before and after photos as well as the reviewer’s insights?

    And to have a second tester get their shoulder-length or longer hair cut to an exact length, have their photo taken with a measuring tape showing the start length, then letting it grow for 6 weeks using the new products. The growth could be measured and photos taken again, possibly having a new trim to match the initial start length. Then the reviewer would go back to using their normal products for 6 weeks, measuring and photographing the comparative rates of growth by the end of that 6 weeks.. It’s a big commitment, I know, but I have had lady friends with hair loss issues and it was distressing for them. They did not find rogaine to be particularly helpful. So yes please! This could be an amazing help! Thanks for reading

    • You don’t need a cut to show growth, roots on dyed hair show that as well…

  4. I personally would love to see this reviewed.

  5. Yes! I would love to know if this works.

  6. I don’t really consider these monthly shampoo boxes you can order a la carte to be the same as subscription boxes. Same with monthly vitamin services. They seem to me to just be monthly refill orders But maybe that’s just me. If others want to see, you should do it!

    • I agree with Christina.

  7. Yes! I would love to get this!

  8. Yes please! I shed like a dog 🙂

  9. I would definitely appreciate a review. I’ve been trying various hair loss/thinning treatments recently and have yet to find anything that helps significantly.

    • minoxidil is the active ingredient in rogaine, the drops should work for most women, but it’s one of those ingredients where you have to use it forever. once you stop, all the regrowth falls out.

      has anyone tried Grow Gorgeous serum? I wonder if it works.

      • I LOVE Grow Gorgeous serums… especially their intense version!… the regular version is good too though! I typically wash my hair in the evenings, but not every night, so on non-wash days I massage a dropper full of this into my scalp, typically focusing on the top of my head. I can’t help but smile and chuckle most times when I use it because once I’m done doing a brief head massage I look like a mad scientist who stuck their finger in an electrical socket… my hair is soooo poofy!… then I use a smoothing brush to smooth it back then put it in a braid. Basically, their serums are really great at helping to create density, thickness, & volume to your hair. I noticed they’re on sale for 50% off more & more like at Ulta or one of The Hut Group stores like Skinstore, Lookfantastic, Beauty Expert, or Mankind. That’s when I stock up. 🙂

      • Thanks for letting me know. So, GG is more of a volumizer than a hair regrowth treatment.

      • Despite its name, I believe so. I’ve read their bottles and they promote added density more than growth that I’ve seen. It could help with the hair growing faster, but I don’t think it helps with promoting new growth.

      • Luna, I always love your comments–informative, helpful, and often funny–and I think how lucky your friends are who enjoy your company in your day-to-day life!

  10. Yes! As someone who is an “excessive shedder” I’d love to know if this helps.

  11. Yessss!

  12. No. “Hims” and “Hers” are cheesy brands. Please don’t.

    • Cheesy? how?

    • That’s a cheesy comment

  13. Seems interesting!
    Yes, please.
    Thank you!

  14. Yes!!!!

  15. I would use 6 ounces of shampoo and conditioner in like 2 washes! No thank you.

    • It wouldn’t be 2 washes for me, but you are right, 6 oz of shampoo and conditioner really isn’t much.

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