TikTok users claim this viral product is making their hair ‘grow like crazy’

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It’s no secret that The Ordinary is the skincare brand of the moment, but did you know the brand has products for your hair, too?

The brand’s ultra cheap serums and masks have gone viral in the past, but TikTokers currently can’t get enough of the Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density.

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It’s formulated with trademarked ingredients such as redensyl, procapil and baicapil, which target stem cells to improve hair density and increase blood flow to the scalp. It’s meant to be massaged into the scalp daily and not washed out.

TikTok user @skincarealchemist described it as the “best product from The Ordinary” in a viral video.

“This hair serum is making my hair grow like crazy,” she wrote.

Commenters also couldn’t get enough of the product.

“It works, I’ve gone through like eight bottles,” one user wrote.

“Ugh I love this stuff it has worked so well and made my hair grow like crazy,” another said.

TikTok user @rebekah_remarkable had a similar take.

“I’ve never had these baby hairs, all of this is new growth,” she said. “Definitely recommend.”

Over on Sephora’s website, where the product is unfortunately sold out (though you can find it at Beauty Bay), there are nearly 300 5-star reviews.

“I don’t know what’s in the bottle, but this thing really works. If you are thinking whether to buy or not and u have hair loss problem, just buy it please,” one happy customer wrote.

Not everyone has had a positive experience, though. A few Sephora reviewers mentioned “hair loss” and “bald spots.”

“I lost almost half of my hair because of this product and I haven’t recovered yet 3 months after I stopped,” a TikTok user wrote.

As with everything else on the internet, try at your own risk.

If you enjoyed this story, check out some more hair growth serums you can try.

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