Acts on the hair follicle stem cells and fibroblasts located in the dermal papilla to reactivate hair growth. It is made of patented molecules targeting the ORSc (hair follicle stem cells) and HFDPc (fibroblasts located in the dermal papilla) for greater efficiency.
This is the first active ingredient capable of protecting and revitalising scalp cells, combating ageing. Argan Stem Cells (PhytoCellTec Argan™) are designed to delay the depletion of these progenitor stem cells, stimulating dormant root cells and accelerating the natural repair process to combat chronological ageing of hair follicles. Recent research has demonstrated the efficacy of argan stem cells for stimulating hair follicle root sheath stem cells. The result is significant, defying age for healthy hair growth.
A combination of three botanical active ingredients that combat hair loss with visible effects:
- It has a new unisex action mechanism.
- It stimulates growth.
- Increases density.
- Reduces hair loss.
- Helps the hair recover a more youthful and healthier appearance.
Procapil™ is a combination of vitaminated matrikine with apigenin and oleanolic acid from olive tree leaves. It fights the follicle ageing process to prevent hair loss. A herbal complex containing active ingredients that help anchor the hair follicles more firmly to the scalp and increase the density of the cells in the hair bulb, keeping the hair younger. The main result of its action is a prolonged hair growth phase and improved resistance against the harmful effects of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It also increases blood flow to the scalp, which means that more nutrients reach the scalp, combating the follicle ageing process in order to prevent hair loss. PROCAPIL targets the main causes of alopecia (poor scalp micro-circulation, follicle ageing and follicle atrophy caused by dihydrotestosterone), strengthening and rejuvenating the hair and preventing hair loss.
Increases the hair's strength and elasticity and repairs damage caused by mechanical, thermal and chemical processes. Strengthens the hair and considerably reduces breakage from brushing.
A bio-active complex that prevents and reduces hair loss and stimulates its growth. Its efficacy is based on two ingredients:
Trifolium Pratense (red clover). Various studies have proven it to be effective at inhibiting 5-alpha-reductase type I and type II. It is also an effective modulator of chronic inflammation, a potent antioxidant and it reduces the damage caused by free radicals.
Biomimetic peptide (Acetyl Tetrapeptide-3). It has been shown to improve hair follicle anchoring. It stimulates ECM proteins. It also has a direct effect on the hair follicle, increasing its size and increasing the number and vitality of hair fibres.
A plant with antiseptic, astringent, tonic properties, which make it ideal for strengthening and nourishing the scalp. Rosemary activates the scalp’s circulation and blood flow, stimulating rapid hair growth, helping to prevent hair loss, gently cleansing, strengthens the hair shaft and fine, brittle hair, aiding new hair growth, preventing and combating dandruff thanks to its antifungal action and bringing back the hair's shine, flexibility and vitality. Its active ingredient is rosmarinic acid, but it also contains vitamin C, saponins (conditioning effect that reduces grease formation) and rosmaricine, an alkaloid that is responsible for stimulating the hair follicle.
Reduces dandruff and excess sebum. Relieves itching. Also makes the hair soft, shiny and easy to manage.
The indigenous people of the United States use saw palmetto to care for and improve the health of their hair and skin. Saw palmetto blocks the production of DHT (a metabolite of testosterone), which influences prostate growth. As the production of DHT also causes hair loss, various isolated studies have shown saw palmetto to be effective in the prevention of hair loss in some patients.
Arginine, or rather the structure L-Arginine, is a semi-essential amino acid. As a precursor of nitric oxide (NO), it plays a vitally important role in hair growth. Its vasodilator effect favours hair growth. The nitric oxide it releases opens the potassium channels of the cells, thus improving the blood supply to the hair follicle, which in turn stimulates hair growth.
Niacinamide or vitamin B3 acts on the skin to lighten it and reduce pigmentation, unifying skin tone and reducing blemishes. Some studies have shown that Niacinamide improves the texture of the skin and the appearance of small wrinkles. When used on the nails, it strengthens them and gets rid of the yellowish appearance and cracks that appear as they grow. When used on the hair, it strengthens it, activating its growth and stopping hair loss.
Panthenol or vitamin B5 is a natural component of healthy hair. A deficiency of this vitamin results in lack of shine, lack of thickness, brittle hair and even hair loss.
D-panthenol remains on the hair shaft once applied and after rinsing, helping to seal in moisture and preventing it from feeling dry and brittle.
Panthenol has the following characteristics, among others:
- It repairs the hair extensively, an effect that persists after styling
- It never flakes or coats the hair with an unpleasant film
- It tames the hair (providing flexibility and elasticity) from the inside and provides shine on the outside
- It reduces the formation of brittle ends
- It prevents damage caused by excess heat from blow drying
Hydrolysed keratin is a protein that acts by restructuring the hair and conditioning the hair fibre. It is present in the natural composition of our hair but is gradually depleted by the effects of the weather and environmental factors. It is always a good way to bring back the hair's natural shine.
Hydrolysed keratin is a straightening and cauterising product that revitalises damaged hair.
Argan oil is a fine, golden oil obtained by traditional methods from pressing the kernels found inside an almond-like shell.
This oil is rich in vitamin E and essential acids and polyphenols. It has moisturising and regenerative properties and protects against UVA rays. It works miracles in hair care. It stops hair loss, strengthens the roots, moisturises and speeds up growth.
It also stops hair looking frizzy and frayed, smoothing it from the roots to the tips.
Although there is no concrete proof that this plant helps to combat our hair problem, many tests have shown it to be effective for improving the overall health of our body.
Over the years, many people have used this substance to help fight alopecia, claiming (without photographic proof) that it gives good results.
Curcumin is a component of turmeric that can inhibit the activity of transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β), which causes hair follicles to die, thus resulting in hair loss. Turmeric mixed with honey and milk can be extremely useful, as they reduce the negative effects on your hair.
Resveratrol has the ability to rebalance the pH levels of the scalp and reverses damage caused by environmental stress.
It also stimulates cell regeneration, as it nourishes the new cells that are forming in the roots and keeps the follicles strong. In short, it can combat hair loss.
It should also be noted that many people believe resveratrol covers grey hairs. In this regard, it should be said that resveratrol in itself does not cover grey hairs, but what it can do is combat the free radicals resulting from stress, which has a direct effect on promoting the appearance of grey hairs. This means that resveratrol can delay the appearance of grey hairs caused by stressful situations.
The herb known as horsetail contains a number of nutrients that can help the hair regain strength and grow more quickly.
Horsetail, or Equisetum arvense, contains a mineral called silica or silicon, which helps form collagen and strengthens bones, nails and hair. This mineral not only makes your hair stronger, it can also improve its shine and texture.
Black pepper (piper nigrum) contains a 95% curcuminoid extract that is included in the formulation because studies suggest that it considerably improves the bioavailability and absorption of the curcuma longa extract.
It is very important for nail growth, skin regeneration and for healthy hair.
When we talk about this vitamin in relation to hair problems, we do not mean that it is a solution for this type of dysfunction, but that its action is particularly important for hair as a nutrient and should never be omitted.
This nutrient plays a vital role in the production of haemoglobin, which carries oxygen to the body's different cells. By consuming the right amount of vitamin B6, you ensure that the hair follicles receive sufficient oxygen to stay healthy.
This supplement is a natural source of sulphur, and sulphur is a very important nutrient for the health of our hair, nails and cartilage. This may be the reason why many people who use this supplement have experienced faster hair growth. Various studies have shown that MSM can help nourish the hair. As well as hair growth, many people have also noticed an increase in its thickness. A study conducted at Oregon Health Sciences University reported greater hair growth among participants after using methylsulfonylmethane for six weeks.
Also known as vitamin B7, vitamin B8 and Vitamin H. Biotin is required for the production of glucose and fatty acids. It can be found in its natural state in certain foods, which are an excellent source, such as egg yolks, mushrooms, pulses, sardines, etc.
Biotin is a type of nutrient that cannot be stored, so it must be consumed daily. As is logical, it is produced in the digestive system.
Although few studies have been conducted on its effectiveness as a treatment for hair loss, people who consume this vitamin as part of their diet claim that it has been very helpful in combating hair loss caused by dietary deficiencies, stress, irritability, depression, vitamin deficiencies and poor absorption, among other factors.
Zinc is another vital component for healthy hair, as it is responsible for cell production, tissue growth and repair, and maintenance of oil-secreting glands of the scalp.
It also plays a very important role in protein synthesis and collagen formation. Zinc is therefore very important for maintaining our hair and for preventing dandruff. In the Western world, most people are zinc deficient.
Copper is an essential mineral for the formation of a very strong chemical bond in hair and skin called the disulphide bond. Copper is essential in the formation of pigmentation (colour) in the hair and skin.
Iron is found in red meat, spinach and vegetables and is important for oxygenation of the scalp and pigmentation of the hair.
Calcium is important for bone and tooth structure and is essential for the nervous system to function correctly. Bone problems, muscle spasms and cramps and heart palpitations can be a sign of a deficiency, as can diffuse hair loss.
Virgin coconut oil is effective for repairing damaged hair because its molecular structure, unlike that of other vegetable oils or moisturising creams that stay on the surface of the hair, allows it to penetrate the cuticle of the hair shaft, repairing and preventing damage from the inside out. The lauric acid and capric acid in coconut oil help to restructure the hair, making it stronger and preventing loss of proteins and, above all, giving it spectacular natural shine and bounce that make it easy to manage and considerably reducing tangles, breakage and weak ends. Many people even argue that their hair falls out less and has more body once they started to use coconut oil regularly.
A flavonoid that is naturally present in many plants. Recent studies have shown that it promotes cell growth thanks to the suppression of androgen-induced transforming growth factor beta 1 (TGF-β 1).
Inhibits 5-alpha-reductase type I and type II. It is a modulator of chronic inflammation. Antioxidant.