NUTRITION COMPLEX + FOLLICLE COMPLEX

THICK HAIR FORMULA

With independently, clinically-proven actives and nutrients.

  • Supports the growth of stronger and thicker hair
  • Maintains overall hair and scalp health
  • Suitable for men and women

£215 · 4-month supply

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High strength, pharmaceutical grade supplements and a topical serum to be applied directly to the scalp. The stimulating serum is loaded with follicle stimulating actives to increase hair diameter, weight and length.

Perfect for thinning, flat or slow-growing hair, the pharmaceutical grade supplement is formulated to support hair fibre modelling and protein manufacture in the hair follicle.

We use a combination of actives investigated with in vivo or in vitro experiments to provide the optimal dosage for maximum effect.  This unique combination contains caffeine, zinc and liposomal peptides.

The super lightweight water-based serum is made up of a high concentration of actives clinically proven to increase the amount of keratin produced within a growing hair fibre.

4-month plan includes: 2 x 100 ml bottles

Directions: Apply to scalp daily

Ingredients: Aqua, Hydrolysed Alpha-Keratin, Liposomal Peptides, Hop Extract, Phenoxyethanol Ethylhexyglycerin, Caffeine

Formulated to increase the amplification of cells that make up the hair fibre and hair follicle unit by supporting whole body metabolism to encourage overall cell growth and division.

4-month plan includes: 3 x 120 capsules

Directions: Take 3 capsules per day

Per serving: MSM 1830 mg, Zinc Bisglycinate 100 mg, Iron 15 mg, Silica 15 mg, Vitamin B1 6 mg, Vitamin B2 6 mg, Vitamin B3 4.5 mg, Vitamin B7 2.25 mg, Vitamin B12 4.5 mg, Calcium 3 mg

Is thin hair genetic?

If you have thin hair, then there will be some type of genetic predispostion or non-genetic inheritance.  Genetic hair loss can be managed and improved over time.  Non-genetic hair loss, likely acquired due to metabolic and nutritional disturbances, can be managed in a similar fashion.  Both types of hair loss respond to supplementation and FDA approved medication.

Why am I losing my hair?

Hair loss is often a symptom of a systemic problem.  Excessive hair loss can be physiological, such as giving birth or pathological due to, for example a thyroid disturbance.  Certain classes of medication, poor nutrition and blood sugar dysregulation are known to contribute to stunted hair growth and shortening of the hair follicle cycle.  Some hair loss is to be expected with age, more commonly, hair loss is expedited by environmental and lifestyle factors.  If you are genetically predisposed to hair loss, even the smallest hormonal imbalance can affect hair growth.

Is my nutritional status really that important?

The short answer is: yes, and we have the clinical research to prove it.  As we grow older we notice that any hair loss that has been present will gradually worsen.  The hair follicle has a metabolic activity second only to intestinal cells and grows around 0.5 inches per month.

The hair growth cycle depends on factors like genetics, health and diet.  If you are genetically predisposed to hair loss then any mild vitamin deficiency will lead to hair loss and hair thinning.  Although you can not change your age or your health, you can work on increasing your systemic nutrition levels to a point where you are able to support hair regrowth.

Hair loss or just thin hair?

Some women have naturally thin hair and others may have noticed a graduall reduction in volume over time.  Where hair is naturally thin or hair volume has been reduced, the right products can increase volume up to a genetically determined end point.  This end point is determined by the maximum size of the hair follice and other genetic factors that govern metabolism.

Can hair strands get thicker?

The thickness of any hair strand is entirely determined by the diameter of the hair follicle and the protein synthesis within the hair fibre below scalp level.  This is why our serums and supplement only works on hair fibres below scalp level.  This means it make take some time to see a result.

How long before I see a difference?

The aim of the plan is to increase hair density by 30%, hair fibre thickness by 60% and the hair growth phase by over 25%.  Although all cases differ in specific measurable outcomes depending on health, lifestyle and genetics, you should expect to see new regrowth within 3-4 months.  Good results can be seen after 6 months of continuous use of our products with maximum results after 12 to 18 months.  The success of the prescription plan is dependent on strict adherence to the plan.  This means the treatment is most effective when the products are used as directed and the plan is completed within the defined 12 month period.

It takes around a month to grow half an inch of hair, this may seem surprising slow to some. If you have been experiencing thinning or shedding you may find your hair growth phase has been reduced by around 50% and the diameter of your hair may have reduced by up to 60%.  It takes around 12 weeks for hair regrowth to return to a normal rate of growth.  Generally speaking you should start seeing new growth after 4 months and existing hair will grow thicker.

*Myristoyl pentapeptide-17 has been shown to stimulate keratin genes in in-vitro studies leading to an increase in hair fibre diameter.  **Topically applied caffeine stimulates the production of growth factors such as fibroblast growth factor (also known as FGF) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (also known as IGF-1). ***Phytokeratin promotes hair growth by increasing the water content of the epidermis supporting an increase in function of hair building proteins.  ****Topically applied phytoestrogens act like weak estrogens, research published by Ebling in 1957, demonstrates that estrogens increased the growth rate of cells in the skin, hair and reduced the size and activity of sebaceous glands.

*Zinc plays an important role in the development of keratin cells in the hair matrix and collagen production around the hair follicle.  Clinical trials show serum zinc levels are lower in patients with hair loss when compared to healthy controls.  **Vitamin B12 is required for normal cell metabolism and growth.  ***Sulphur aids in the manufacture of proteins, increases blood flow to the hair follicle and improves the integrity of the hair follicle unit.  ****Iron is required for the transport of oxygen and energy production (ATP manufacture) for normal hair growth.

KEY INGREDIENTS

A combination of actives and nutrients investigated with in vivo or in vitro clinical trials to provide the optimal dosage for maximum hair fibre thickening effect.

KEY INGREDIENTS

A combination of actives and nutrients investigated with in vivo or in vitro clinical trials to provide the optimal dosage for maximum hair fibre thickening effect.

RED CLOVER EXTRACT

Contains coumestrol, a potent phytoestrogen and antioxidant.  Coumestrol can mimic the biological activities of estrogen and act as an antioxidant.  Supports scalp health and countering micro-inflammation of the hair follicle.

ZINC

Plays an important role in the development of keratin cells in the epidermis and collagen that anchors the hair follicle.  Studies have shown that increasing levels of serum zinc by around 50%, regrows hair in those that experience alopecia.

LIPOSOMAL PEPTIDES

Laboratory engineered bioidenitcal peptides with the ability to cross the cell.  Clinical trials show hair fibres treated with liposomal peptides (myristoyl pentapeptide-17) increases the keratin production for a thicker hair fibre.

CAFFEINE

Caffeine has been shown to increase hair matrix keratinocyte proliferation.  A study by Fischer, Hipler and Elsner, showed that after a period of 120 – 192 hours, the hair follicles treated with caffeine continue to show faster hair growth than those untreated with caffeine.

COLD PROCESS BAMBOO EXTRACT

With a high silica content, important for collagen synthesis, maintainence of blood flow and activation of hydroxylating enzymes which improve hair strength and elasticity.  A higher silicon content in the hair is associated with a lower rate of hair shedding.

HOP EXTRACT

Hops have been shown to contain one of the most potent in vitro estrogenic substance known from the plant kingdom (8-prenylnaringenin).  Estrogenic substances mimic estrogen to extend anagen phase, encouraging the growth of longer and stronger hair.

IRON

Iron deficiency affects the hair growth directly, and indirectly, in several ways. Iron is required for the transport of oxygen, DNA synthesis, cellular energy, and numerous biochemical activities. Iron deficiency contributes to the arrest of cellular growth and cell death that lead to hair loss.

HYDROLYSED ALPHA-KERATIN

Contains amino acids in the same ratio as the the hair fibre. Hydrolysed alpha-keratin can penetrate the top 6 layers of the epidermis and the hair cortex for a more hydrated scalp and stronger hair fibre.

 SULPHUR

Aids in the manufacture of keratin protein and maintains the integrity of the connective tissue housing the hair follicle unit.  Sulphur is compound that has been shown increase hair growth, appearing to donate sulfur to keratin, which can help strengthen the building blocks of the hair strand.

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CASE STUDY #001

“I can definitely see a difference in my hair!  I noticed I shed less hairs after a couple of months and 6 months later there is lots of new growth.”

~Hannah S

HANNAH’S RESULT

66% thicker hair fibre diameter after 6 months*

44% increase in hair fibre volume in 6 months**

*Diameter of hair fibre at baseline compared to diameter after 150 days measured with a micrometer.  **Hair fibre volume calculated by formula 3.14 x radius2 of fibre x length of hair

DIAMETER OF HAIR FIBRES* FOR HANNAH S

*Measurements taken from 1cm above root area with a micrometre in ambient room temperature.  Mean diameter of 15 hair fibres collected randomly over a 5 day period.  Mean diameter at baseline = 60 µm  Mean diameter after 6 months 99.6 µm.  Individual results may vary from person to person.

VOLUME OF HAIR FIBRE* HANNAH S

*Volume calculated from average diameter of 15 measured hair fibres collected randomly over a 5 day period using formula: Volume = 3.14 x b^2 x l     b = hair   Individual results may vary from person to person.fibre radius    l = length

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