About Hair Detox Ingredients
Thinning hair and unhealthy skin and nails can come from a variety of factors. Hair Detox is the only all -natural supplement that helps combat the most common causes.
The key ingredients in Hair Detox provide the critical nutrients your body needs for the detoxification that restores natural balance, promotes hair growth, and supports healthy skin and nails.
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A natural B-vitamin. A Biotin deficiency, which has long been associated with hair loss and dermatitis, can be related to diet, drug interactions, smoking or pregnancy. Additionally, Biotin has been shown to improve the hair quality of patients with certain disorders.
An herb believed to block an enzyme (5-alpha-reductase) that converts testosterone to DHT. DHT is one of the primary causes of hair loss.
A plant which has been traditionally used for joint ailments, as a diuretic and as an astringent. Its mineral content provides building blocks for skin, hair, nails, and bone. Both internal and topical applications of nettles have been used to improve chronic skin conditions and as a hair tonic. Nettle roots may also reduce the effects of excess testosterone and DHT.
Pygeum Africanum Bark
Pygeum Bark may help control the activity of the testosterone and DHT, especially when combined with Stinging Nettle. It may also help inhibit hair loss and promote hair growth by balancing the ratio of testosterone and estrogen in the body.
This trace mineral is beneficial for skin, hair, nails, bones and connective tissue. It contains concentrated Silica, an important component of the outer hair shaft. Hair that is high in silica may be less prone to shedding and exhibit greater luster.
A polyunsaturated fatty acid that helps stimulate growth of the hair and skin, and maintains healthy bones.
A vegetable-derived ingredient that may help reduce hair loss by competing with DHT to bind to testosterone receptors. It also plays a role in estrogen metabolism and may cause a beneficial shift in the balance of estrogen, testosterone and progesterone. (Estrogen metabolism is associated with hormonal imbalance in both men and women.)
This naturally occurring chemical found in fruits and vegetables supports detoxification and is used to boost the body’s natural defense mechanism that eliminates cancer-causing toxins. Calcium-D-glucarate may also regulate estrogen metabolism.
Leaves derived from the same plant as black tea, they differ in that they are not fermented after being picked. As a result, the active components remain unchanged. Green tea is included here to support detoxification.
A substance derived from the spice, turmeric. Along with DMG, it is included in Hair Detox to help the body manage excess free radicals and to support detoxification.
This beneficial mineral helps cells reproduce and aids in the production of keratin. Over 90% of the dry weight of hair comes from keratin. Zinc also helps maintains balanced oil secretion of the scalp glands to help strengthen hair follicles. Zinc deficiency is strongly associated with hair loss.
An essential amino acid, Methionine has been shown to help maintain the viability and growth of hair follicles. An important methionine-containing enzyme, which may protect against damage from aging and environmental insult, was found to be present in hair follicles.