KEY ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
Stimulates cell proliferation in the hair bulb to increase amount of new hair.
Increases quality and duration of the anagen phase to prevent hair loss.
Enhances hair anchoring to prevent hair loss.
Increases hair growth speed up to 121%.
Provides a protecting and repairing effect to the hair follicle.
Activates numerous genes involved in hair growth such as Laminin V, Collagen IV, Cytoceratins 10 up to 146 %.
Improves micro circulation and increases vascular density around the hair follicle in order to facilitate the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the hair bulb for strong hair development.
Copper is a trace mineral that is essential for formation of hemoglobin and is needed to carry oxygen in red blood cells. Hemoglobin is neccessary for the maintanence of adequate blood supply to the hair shaft. Copper is important in formation of disulfide crosslinkages in keratinization, promoting hair growth.
Magnesium is a major component in the enzymatic reactions of carbohydrates, proteins and energy metabolism and in the maintenance of function and structural integrity of tissues.
Iron, although considered one of the micro minerals or trace minerals, is extremely important within the body. It aids in proper oxygenation of tissues to maintain basic life functions. Iron prevents fatigue and promotes good skin tone. It is essential for cell maturation, protein formulation and as a carrier of oxygen throughout the body.
Silicon is a significant mineral in that it plays a role in the synthesis of healthy bones by assisting in the absorption of calcium. Silicon plays an important role in the formation of collagen and connective tissues, as well as hair, skin and nails.
Zinc is an important antioxidant nutrient necessary for healing and development of new cells. The mineral acts as a cofactor to many enzymatic reactions such as DNA and RNA polymerases in protein synthesis, and in carbonic acid anhydrase during the conversion of carbonic acid to carbon dioxide and water. It is involved in the biochemical reactions of the extracellular matrix. For instance, zinc plays an essential role in the turnover of the dermis, including a critical role in the healing process. Zinc maintains the body’s alkaline balance and helps in normal tissue function.
Biotin is an essential vitamin which regulates formation of the late cytokeratins of differentiation. (FRITSCHE et al., 1991) There are various scientific studies which show that Biotin deficiency gives rise to Alopecia.
A necessary component for the cell metabolism. Participates in the synthesis of hormones and proteins. Stimulates blood circulation and activates the oxygen transport to hair follicles.
Shows anti-aging activity, helps to recover tissue damages
Improves health of hair follicle, removes dead skin cells,promotes cell renewal. Anti inflammatory/anti oxidant activity.
Prevents excessive seborrhe, dandruff and itching. Anti inflammatory.