Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid).
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The place I bought it from must have figured out it helps us and decided to rip us off. It costs literally £99 for a pouch. When I first bought it it was only around £20 (which is still expensive really). It works but you break out extremely badly with cystic spots and lots of them, on face and body, when you first start it. Then it calms down but if you stop or miss a day or few you will get cysts back again. I wish the medical community would look into this and explain why. It's not only clear it works but the cysts being caused by stopping the treatment is even weirder. This can make it even more of a commitment, chore, and disruption to your life. I had to stop it due to the price as I couldn't get any more obviously. I didn't see any hair loss but I didn't get to the mega megadosing stage yet. Do be careful if you want to do this long term, because we don't know if it's harmful or not. You can't overdose on B5 as it's a water soluable vitamin, but why would it make some people's hair fall out? This is similar to oral zinc in my experience. The skin changed to a nice clear and even looking colour on my cheeks, it's hard to explain, like the pores were smoothed out and I could actually see my skin for once. You can buy capsules and open them but be careful as mine also had a bit of calcium in them and it made the powder inside chewy (I don't swallow pills). Now foods is a good brand and you get a giant pot of it for cheap. But you can't really buy it in the UK. Do not buy from amazon or ebay unless you know the seller is a proper shop and trusted place. Pantothenic acid.