Does nourkrin actually work?
On One Hand: Clinical TrialsNourkrin has some empirical evidence that suggest the product does actually work. A study conducted by the Nourkrin company showed that around 75 percent of users experienced hair regrowth after a 12-month period. This kind of empirical evidence is a strong argument for the overall effectiveness of the product.On the Other: Negative Customer ReviewsAlthough a study has been conducted providing evidence for the effectiveness of Nourkrin, the reliability of the study must be questioned because it was conducted internally by Nourkrin. Furthermore, the product has received many negative customer reviews from people claiming that the product did not work. These reviews are likely less biased than the clinical trial and may indicated that Nourkrin does not actually work.Bottom LineThere is not a cure for balding. Therefore, Nourkrin likely does not work as advertised. After extended use, you may see a small increase in hair growth.