Do Dermatologists Recommend Nutrafol
Looking at the 'Our Doctors' section of nutrafol.com shows a map of doctor offices across the country that are partnered with Nutrafol. An office that partners with Nutrafol is a fairly good indication that the doctor feels Nutrafol is a good product. However, for a clear dermatologist recommendation take a look at the clinical trials section of Nutrafol.com.
In this section they link to a detailed study performed by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Glynis Ablon, MD from the Skin Institute Research Center in Manhattan Beach, California. The six month study was designed to determine if Nutrafol could build and encourage hair growth in females over 18 years old, who have reported thinning hair. The goal was to measure the amount of new growth each women experienced, after taking Nutrafol. What did Doctor Glynis Ablon determine?
Doctor Glynis stated "This nutraceutical supplement safely and effectively promoted hair growth in women with self-perceived thinning. It pro-vides a multi-targeted therapeutic approach to hair loss by addressing micro-inflammation, stress, and oxidative damage with clinically tested, standardized, and bio-optimized phytoactive ingredients." So yes, some dermatologists do recommend Nutrafol.
For a closer look at Nutrafol and Viviscal read our Viviscal vs Nutrafol comparison.