What Is Magnetique Hair Growth?

By Derek Lakin
HighYa Staff Published on: Jul 19, 2017

Magnetique Hair Growth bills itself as an advanced all-natural treatment that uses a blend of biotin, vitamin A, vitamin C, and other vitamins and minerals to help deliver longer, thicker, more beautiful hair in just 21 days.

Specifically, the manufacturer claims the supplement is clinically proven to reduce breakage, hydrate and strengthen follicles, boost collagen production and blood flow, and nourish hair from root to tip. And all of this without special shampoos or transplant surgery.

To experience these benefits, the website indicates you’ll need to take one capsule of their hair re-growth and repair formula per day. According to the company, it’s safe and effective for everyone.

Have you finally found a solution to less-than-stellar hair with Magnetique? Can you expect it to deliver extra strength and longer, thicker-looking hair? And is it really the leading number one advanced treatment for hair loss, as claimed on the website?

In this article, we’ll help you unpack these claims step-by-step, so you can come to your own conclusion about whether or not it’s deserving of your money.

Your Quick Reference Guide to Hair Growth

Before diving into Magnetique’s specifics, let’s quickly discuss a couple key concepts addressed on the dietary supplement’s website.

Inside each of your hair’s follicles is a root, which consists of protein cells. When blood from your scalp reaches these cells, they’re stimulated, causing more to grow and eventually form hair.

Over time, these cells accumulate to a point where they push through the skin (known as hair) and pass an oil gland that can help maintain moisturization. Now, as mentioned in our hair loss supplements buyer’s guide, there are three main stages in this process:

  • Anagen – The growth phase, which Magnetique promises to stimulate and speed up.
  • Telogen – A resting phase where the supplement claims to nourish cells for improved quality and shine.
  • Catagen – This is a transitional phase where shedding can occur, which Hair Growth claims to help prevent.

In instances of male and female pattern baldness (by far the most common cause of hair thinning), these follicles are ‘attacked’ by a substance known as dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. Over time, these follicles produce increasingly thinner hair until they stop producing altogether and fall completely dormant.

Other common causes of hair loss include poor grooming or hygiene habits, how your hair is style (including if it’s regularly put into a ponytail), along with certain health conditions and medications.

Regardless of the cause, though, is there substantial clinical evidence that Magnetique’s six-ingredient blend can help put an end to hair loss, or otherwise improve the quality of hair?

Are Magnetique’s Ingredients Effective?

While we didn’t find a supplements facts label listed on Magnetique’s standalone site, nor the manufacturer’s website, we’re told it contains the following:

  • Niacin
  • Biotin
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B6

According to their summaries of the available clinical evidence, websites like the Natural Medicines Database, WebMD, and Examine.com indicate that these ingredients can provide a variety of benefits, depending on the circumstances.

For example, niacin may help reduce cholesterol, vitamin E might have some benefits related to Alzheimer’s and dementia. Vitamin C for addressing gout and osteoarthritis, vitamin A for cataracts and measles, and vitamin B6 for high blood pressure and kidney stones.

However, these sites report there is insufficient clinical evidence that these ingredients, whether alone or in combination, can meaningfully improve hair quality or address hair loss in otherwise healthy individuals (i.e. those who aren’t deficient in any of the substances it contains).

Will Magnetique’s Hair Growth Formula Cause Side Effects?

According to these same sites, most people don’t experience side effects with these ingredients, and for those who do, it likely won’t be worse than mild, temporary digestive upset.

However, one of the most common side effects associated with niacin is temporary flushing, which may be accompanied by “burning, tingling, itching, and redness of the face, arms, and chest, as well as headaches,” according to WebMD.

How Much Does Magnetique Hair Growth Cost?

How much you’ll pay per bottle of Hair Growth largely depends on where it's purchased from. For example, if purchased through their affiliate offer, you’ll pay $4.95 S&H to receive a full-size bottle (60 capsules).

Then, 14 days after placing your order, you’ll be charged the full price of $89.99. You’ll also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program, which means you’ll continue receiving a new bottle of Hair Growth once per month and charged $89.99 each time.

Alternately, you can place a one-time order directly through the Magnitque website for the same $89.99 price.

All Magnetique orders come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H. According to the Terms posted on their site, customers may opt out of returning the bottle to the company by paying a one-time cancellation fee of $19.95.

In order to request a refund, cancel your trial, or stop your recurring shipments, customer support can be reached at (877) 201-7483 or support@magnetiquehealth.com.

Magnetique vs. Other Hair Growth Supplements

At the time of our research, typing the phrase “hair growth supplement” into Google returned hundreds of results. Looking through their sites, most claimed to deliver benefits similar to Magnetique’s formula and used many of the same ingredients, although the majority were generally priced far lower; typically between $25 and $40.

When trying to weave your way through all these options, here’s perhaps the most important factor to consider:

Organizations like the National Institutes of Health, Nutrition.gov, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Cancer Association, and the American Heart Association (to name just a few), do not recommend that otherwise healthy people with no nutritional deficiencies take multi vitamin supplements.

If you’re still in the market for one, though, the first person you should speak with is your doctor. After all, hair loss (or even less-than-stellar hair) can be caused by a variety of conditions, some of which could potentially threaten your health. They’ll be able to help make a recommendation based on your specific diagnosis.

From there, you’ll want to focus on customer feedback and cost:

  • Is there a lot, or none?
  • If some are present, are customers providing common complaints or compliments?
  • Is the company well known? Do they have a Better Business Bureau rating?
  • Compared to similar formulations, is the supplement priced competitively? Are there mandatory free trials or autoship programs?

Let’s pull all of the factors together and come to an information-based conclusion about Magnetique’s Hair Growth formula.

Our Final Thoughts About Magnetique Hair Growth

While Magnetique, as a company, did feature a central website that outlined some of their other products, we didn’t find any additional information about them on third-party websites at the time of our research—including customer reviews or a listing with the Better Business Bureau.

Further, the company didn’t include a supplements facts label on either of Hair Growth’s sites, so we can’t be sure if the above represents a complete list of its ingredients, or the exact dosage of each it contains. We reached out to the company and will update this article as soon as we hear back.

Taken together, these factors seem to indicate that Hair Growth is a largely unknown substance from a manufacturer who hasn’t been around long enough to build an online customer reputation. It was also one of the most expensive supplements in its class as of this writing.

The bottom line is that we understand how hair loss can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance, and your desire to naturally address the situation. But if it was our money (after all, we’re consumers too), we think we’d get the most value by making an appoint with our doctor to discuss supplements like Magnetique Hair Growth, and whether or not they fit into your treatment plan.

Related: 6 Solutions for Thinning Hair & Hair Loss for Women

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    It's a scam

    Poor service and a scam. The trial is 14 days from when YOU ORDER not from when you receive the product. How are you supposed to try it and know if you like it? I called customer support and tried to ask for more details on what my options were since I was charged before I even got to try, and after speaking with the representative, she hung up on me and I was just asking for options and help. She said, "it was in your terms and conditions, have a good night." Terrible customer service and definitely a scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    They will take your money

    • Heyworth, IL,
    • Dec 10, 2017
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    Don't ever buy from this company. Even when you cancel your trial, they bill you anyway. Three times and $70. I'm a single mom and it's just ridiculous. The lady is like "due to our policy we can't refund your money." Of course not. They don't care about the customer; they care about money. I will never recommend them to single person ever. Run from them or they'll take your money.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    The free trial for $4.95

    I just received it and looked up the site online and canceled all reoccurring orders. The initial ad does NOT SAY you will be billed $89.95 after 14 days! My credit card BETTER NOT BE charged one more dime! I am a paralegal and spoke to the attorney I work for and he is more than prepared to file a suit against this company! I am VERY disappointed!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Dec 9, 2017

      Gaby G

      That's the same exact thing that just happened to me. This is a scam!

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  • 8 out 9 people found this review helpful

    They don't inform you that you will be charged $89.95!

    I'm so annoyed with myself for falling victim to this scam. I am experiencing hair loss, so I thought I'd take advantage of their $4.95 trial offer. Nowhere on their webpage do I remember seeing that I would be charged $89.95! So when my credit card statement came in today and I discovered this, I immediately called them to cancel. They did let me cancel but told me that I hadn't canceled within the required 17 days so my money couldn't be refunded. Now, where was this information on the webpage that is designed to attract and grab you?

    Well, they refused to refund my money but offered to send me an additional bottle for free.

    Stay away from Magnetique! You can get the same vitamins in any vitamin store for far less, but they don't list what ingredients are in their pills in their ad. I'm so mad!

    I'd like to give them a negative star rating!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 8 out 9 people found this review helpful

    100% scam. Just take biotin supplements.

    I really wish I reviewed non-biased reviews before falling for the "free trial" offer that Magnetique Hair Growth advertised on Pinterest.

    I paid for shipping for a 30-day supply, and then when I received the supplements, in fine print it said: "If you do not return this within 15 days, your card will be charged $90." So, I paid for shipping to return the product also.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Wasn't scammed but weird side effects

    • Florence, SC,
    • Dec 5, 2017
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    After seeing an ad on Snapchat, I ordered and THEN looked up Magnetique for reviews. All I saw was that it was a scam. So I called and a nice rep canceled my subscription and gave me my all my money back (it was the free trial). I checked my account every day and nope, no charges from them.

    The free bottle still came in, and I tried it for one day. I felt fine. But the second day, I had a very mild heat feeling in my stomach and felt my mouth salivate a lot. To me, it means I'll need to vomit. And of course, I did. It didn't feel painful or terrible or anything. So I look up the side effects and it said mild, temporary digestive upset.

    I'm sorry but throwing up while using ANY product is a no from me. So free bottle, but I guess I got payback this way. Silly me.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Don't order from this company

    Do not order from this company. I canceled my order within 5 minutes after I ordered because of the monthly cost. They said they would charge me a $20 cancellation fee and still send me the vitamins. They charged my card and told me I never canceled. I said if I didn't try to cancel how would I know about the discount price offer? He agreed but pretty much said too bad. I don't have a cancellation notification. So I have to pay the $89.95. I asked to speak to a supervisor and he said no supervisors were there.

    They are a bunch of thieves and crooks. My credit card company is now involved. Please DO NOT ORDER from this scamming company.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    A totally horrible and serious scam!

    I ordered a free trial and all I had to pay was shipping and handling. I never received the product, so I checked my credit card statement from Biglifebeard.com. I am female so I called and they are an affiliate or the same company. I was like, "oh ok then."

    I was charged $4.95 and $1.95 thinking that was shipping and handling etc. Then after 14 days of not receiving the product, I called and they told me "ok we see you have not sent out your order so we can cancel it and refund your subscription and you will have your $80.00 back within 48 hours." I was like WHAT? $80.00? No, it was a free trial offer. Sure enough they took $86.90.

    I waited the 48 hours for the return and it never happened. I made several calls to them and on the last call after being on hold forever, they told me to have a nice day and huge up on me. I am doing everything I can to let people know this is a dishonest company.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Still waiting on refund

    I sent back items of clear skin and hair growth that were brand new and unopened. I received the notice of returns on 11/14/2017. I am still waiting for my refund, in full. I have called twice and they tell me 2 weeks the first time, then the next person tells me 30 days. This is absolutely ridiculous. They know nothing and are unable to put me through to a manager and tell me that the returns department and processing of returns has no phone number that I can have or even be forwarded to.

    Better Business Bureau is my next stop since calling gets me nowhere and no one can respond to an email.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Another scam

    I ordered the first time, for a trial, then they continue to send and charge my account. I call and they would not agree to credit my account, and had the nerve to state that my bank wouldn't agree with the dispute.

    NEVER order any product from this company!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Fraudulent

    They do everything sneakily. They charge you for things and won't tell you. It is a scam. I ordered a free trial. But they don't tell you that it is not free. They do everything behind the scenes. I got hung up on when I tried calling about it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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