Divine Locks claims to use natural ingredients to target the root cause of hair quality issues: the cells within your hair.
As you get older, your dermal papillae cells purportedly “pinch,” leading to visible signs of aging. Divine Locks aims to “unpinch” these cells, allowing them to proliferate.
Inner Beauty & You formulated Divine Locks Complex to help you notice benefits within about a week of taking the formula. After one week, Divine Locks has helped more nutrients and oxygen reach your hair follicles, leading to a noticeable improvement in hair quality.
Divine Locks doesn’t just claim to restore the quality and youthfulness of your hair: the formula also claims to prevent you from losing your hair. Within the first month of taking Divine Locks, you can purportedly reduce shedding by 80% or higher. That means you’ll lose 80% less hair than you did before taking Divine Locks.
Divine Locks even claims to regrow hair, something that even the best balding solutions do not claim to do. The FDA has only approved one hair regrowth treatment (minoxidil, the active ingredient in Rogaine and other formulas), and even minoxidil doesn’t work on everyone. However, Inner Beauty & You insist you’ll experience “regrowth in areas you haven’t had hair for years” after taking Divine Locks.
Obviously, it would be best if you were skeptical when a supplement claims to regrow hair. Some supplements claim to support hair quality and growth, and that’s fine. However, no major study has proven that an oral supplement can regrow hair.
Understanding how Divine Locks works helps to understand the formula’s story, as featured on the official website.