Maintains pH levels, cleans out pores and promotes hair thickening follicles.
2. Tannic Acid
Works to restructure damaged hair root nerves and activate those hair cells, thereby returning the hair to its normal life cycle.
3. Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) (Lindley) leaf extract
Loquat leaves have high concentrations of Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Vitamin A and Ascorbic Acid. The Loquat leaf is used to combat eczema and histamine-induced skin conditions, and can help relieve inflammation or sensitivity of the skin. The extract of the leaves and kernel contains a component of vitamin B17 called “Amygdalin”. Amygdalin is an alkaline crucial in purifying acidified blood, which will help to activate your cells, and boost the natural healing power of your scalp.
4. Banaba (Corosolic acid )
Corosolic acid further enhances the significant proliferation of DPCs and NHEK.
5. Ginkgo biloba
Ginkgo biloba boosts blood flow to the fine capillaries of the scalp, bringing more oxygen and nutrients to the scalp, leading to hair repair and hair thickening.
6. Grape seed extracts
OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins) found in grape seeds inhibit the production of DHT which extends the telogen (non-growing) phase of the hair cycle.
Biotin is significant in DNA repair, gene regulation and cell division. It helps with mitosis, a cell division process which tends to produce cells that make up hair.
8. Rosemary Oil
Stimulates cell division, dilates blood vessels and helps hair follicles to produce hair thickness.
9. Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5)
Helps secretion of hormones like cortisone and helps to maintain healthy skin, creating an ideal environment to prevent hair loss and promote hair thickness.
10. Citric acid
A natural extract derived from citrus fruits for preservative and pH control agent.
11. Sunflower oil
Sunflower oil contains gamma linolenic acid, which is an omega-6 fatty acid. Such fatty acids are essential to hair health, says Spencer David Kobren in his book, “The Truth About Women’s Hair Loss: What Really Works for Treating and Preventing Thinning Hair.” GLA is also effective in preventing hair loss from male and female pattern
baldness as well as alopecia areata, which causes round patches of lost hair.
The silicon present in the herb helps strengthen tissues in your body. It is beneficial for cartilage and bone formation, making it an effective player in the process of nail and hair strengthening.
13. Pomelo Grapefruit Seed Oil
A fruit oil that encourages healthy hair growth and increased vitality, especially for dry and damaged hair. Includes vitamins and minerals (especially Vitamin C, Potassium, Folate, Iron, and Calcium).
The noni fruit is rich in Vitamin C, which provides nourishment to your skin and hair cells. It also increases the elasticity of your hair, and can increase circulation.
15. Argan Oil
Anti-oxidant effect, Anti-aging effect, Anti-inflammatory, sun-protection. Argan oil is able to penetrate the pores of the hair follicle and provide nourishment to individual hairs. It is high in Vitamin E, which is used by many experts to treat damaged hair. Argan Oil is rich in Omega 3, 6, 9 fatty acids, which help heal split ends and adds luster to your hair.
16. Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
As it has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, Niacinamide helps soothe irritation and reduce inflammatory hair loss. It also promotes hydration in cells by preventing water loss.
17. Zinc Gluconate
Zinc facilitates hair and tissue growth and repair and helps maintain the oil glands that surround hair follicles. It can also suppress the chemicals that cause Androgenic Alopecia (Male or Female pattern baldness).