You should continue to take REDENHAIR for as long as its beneficial effects on the hair are visible. Hair care is a habit that must be kept up. Like any health or cosmetic problem, changing or reducing the treatment will also change or reduce the results.
Hair grows at a rate of approximately 1 centimetre a month and 12 centimetres a year.
After the first application you will start to see the first results in terms of your hair's hydration, softness and shine.
In terms of density, you will start to see results after 3 months, although the time is generally significantly longer, as the hair follicles undergo a relatively long latency period between growth cycles (generally around 3 months).
What’s more, hair grows approximately 1 centimetre a month in areas where there is no thinning and generally much less in areas where the hair is thinning.
It’s very important to stick to a routine. Not taking the recommended dose for one day does not significantly reduce its beneficial effect, which is cumulative, but in order to achieve optimum results it is very important to apply Redenhair tonic each day and take 2 capsules a day.
Hair can grow back provided there are hair follicles present.
To ensure a good head of hair it is important to maintain our hair follicles, as each of them can generate a hair in the anagen phase.
Redenhair's formula nourishes the hair follicles, helping hair to grow on the scalp.
Your hair does not fall out more if you wash it every day. In fact, one of the reasons hair falls out is a build-up of grease, and that can only be solved by washing it. By washing it you get rid of environmental dirt and flaky skin. As for how often, we need to be logical about it, which is very simple: Wash it when it's dirty!
It is absolutely essential that the formulation of the shampoo we use is sulphate-free, as is the case of Redenhair. The problem with sulphates is that their cleansing action is so strong that it removes not just dirt, but also the hair's essential oils, leaving it lifeless.
REDENHAIR capsules do not contain any ingredients or additives that contain gluten in their composition and therefore celiacs can take them without any risk.
Androgenic alopecia or mail-pattern baldness
This type of hair loss is caused by male hormones and hereditary factors, which act on the hair follicles and cause their progressive miniaturisation, eventually resulting in atrophy.
Diffuse hair loss is not just limited to certain parts of the head; hair is shed from all over the scalp. This type of hair loss looks different to the characteristic appearance of male-pattern baldness or alopecia areata.
There are several possible causes of diffuse hair loss, including disease, poor diet, stress, hormonal changes and side effects of certain drugs.
It has three phases:
- Anagen or active growth phase: the hair is in the growth phase. It lasts for 2 to 6 years; 3 years on average..
- Catagen phase or transitional stage: the hair stops growing and “rests” for three weeks.
- Telogen or resting phase: the hair is pushed upwards and replaced by another hair, i.e. the “dead” hair leaves room for a new hair that will take its place. This process is repeated over the years. This phase lasts for 3 months.
88% of an adult's hair is in the anagen phase, 1% in the catagen phase and 11% in the telogen phase.