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It's been decades since anyone's made meaningful advancements in the hair health industry. But a new world of science and research has just changed the way we think about hair and its relationship to our overall health.
It's been decades since anyone's made meaningful advancements in the hair health industry.
Common misconceptions about hair thinning vs. new science findings:
The effects of internal and external triggers
The hair follicle is a dynamic mini-organ that undergoes perfectly calibrated cycles of growth, regression and rest.
Each follicle has its own independent biological clock that ticks and signals the follicle to grow hair, lose hair or lay dormant. When out of balance, under attack, or its environment is altered, the process of hair production is disrupted.
New science proves how a multitude of internal and external triggers create an imbalance in the body’s immune system and metabolic pathways.
At the follicle, this produces a cascade of free radicals, oxidative stress and inflammatory markers.
These factors generate damaging molecules and more free radicals that lead to disruption of the hair cycle. This prompts the follicle and the immune system to respond by producing more of these chemical molecules, called cytokines, which start to affect our hair.
- The efficient delivery of nutrients to the follicle is compromised
- The ability of the follicle to absorb nutrients is dramatically diminished