Written by Geoffrey S. Blunt on July 29, 2018
Sports Research Biotin for Hair Growth

Sports Research Biotin - Does It Work?-Review

What Is Sports Research Biotin?

Different from other Biotin products that we’ve reviewed, Sports Research Biotin is manufactured with cold pressed organic coconut oil. Biotin is a part of the B complex vitamin group, that is water soluble and it supports the metabolism by converting foods into energy. The product claims that it is essential for the growth of cells and metabolizing fats and amino acids. It also claims to bolster healthy hair, skin, and nails. They claim that this is the only Biotin softgel available that is non-GMO verified. This review examines Biotin by Sports Research.

Ingredients & How It Works

  • Biotin (as d-Biotin USP)
  • Organic extra virgin coconut oil
  • Organic Beeswax
  • Vegetarian softgel

Biotin is a vitamin belonging to the B complex group, that is necessary for normal cell, heart, metabolism, and digestive functioning. Their choice of natural ingredients works towards improved heart health, stabilizing cholesterol levels, boosting energy, anti-inflammatory and pain relieving, moisturizing skin and dry or damaged hair.

It does not contain any allergens, artificial ingredients, preservatives or magnesium stearate.

Daily Serving

The supplement is presented in the form of a liquid softgel capsule. Each softgel contains 5000 mcg strength of Biotin.

It is recommended, as a supplement, that 1 Veggie Liquid Softgel be taken once a day with a meal.  It is only suitable for adults. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

A health practitioner should be consulted first for pregnant or lactating women or people with medical conditions. According to our research, the daily dosage offered is much lower in comparison to other leading brands and may not be potent enough to deliver measurable results.

The Cost

There are 120 servings of the softgels in a bottle which provides 2 month’s worth.

Sports Research sells this off their website for $18.00.

If you shop around, you can purchase it online for $14.95 per bottle. The odd website offers minimal discounts for buying in bulk, but that provides only a few cents savings per bottle.


Their biotin is third-party tested and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) certified.

A 90-day full refund is offered by the company as a satisfaction guarantee.

They don't have any consumer reviews on their website.

Our Review Summary Of Sports Research Biotin

Unlike other Biotin products we have reviewed, this does not contain magnesium stearate. Coconut oil is a far natural and healthier option. We like the fact that they are confident of their product that they are willing to give a 90-day money back guarantee. The product has been independently tested by a third party, of which its’ authenticity can be tracked. What is disappointing is that at first glance this seems to be such a great product but there have been no consumer reviews posted as yet which implies that this product is not very popular or that it has not delivered any measurable results for the majority of its users. The website regarding Biotin is quite sparse where you have to search for relevant information and the dosage is much lower than other leading products on the market. It is our opinion that they could have offered better purchasing discounts or options.

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