We are proud of our modern, vegan Serum to stimulate Thick Hair. Our serum contains 98% natural ingredients and 100% vegan composition, without parabens and silicones. The substances contained in our serum have been clinically tested in vivo (in a living organism) and in vitro (outside a living organism). The preservative used is approved for use in natural cosmetics in accordance with the ECOCERT, COSMOS, NATURE, and BDIH standards. Paying special attention to the delicacy of falling out hair, we used an allergen-free fragrance. The preparation was produced in accordance with the ISO 22716 standard.
The task of the serum is:
– inhibiting hair loss and embedding them firmly in a healthy scalp
– stimulating the hair to grow by blocking the action of the enzyme dihydrotestosterone DHT.
– strengthening and rebuilding the hair structure
– improving the quality of keratin structures and improving the quality of the hair
The product is intended to be applied twice a day directly to the scalp. Always use the serum after the Thick Hair shampoo and conditioner. The scalp should be dry or slightly moist. Do not rinse off the serum.
Apart from a strong stimulating effect, the serum also has hair conditioning properties.
When creating the Thick Hair serum, we focused on the causes of hair loss and inhibiting these causes, supporting the formation of new hair and extending the life span, i.e. extending the life cycle of hair. During its development, we cooperated with a dermatologist and we produce it in a laboratory, ensuring the product to the highest world quality standards.
The Concentrated Sphinganine used in the serum has the same stereochemical configuration as human skin and this is crucial for its biological functions. It stabilizes the hair cycle, restores balance in the hair life cycle, strengthens the hair follicles and improves the health of the scalp.
Indian gooseberry used as a hair growth stimulant in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It is characterized by a high content of vitamin C, polyphenols, flavonoids (rutya, quecetin), carbohydrates, alkaloids and amino acids. According to the latest research, it has a strong antioxidant, anti-cancer, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. Indian gooseberry is also used in the treatment of skin problems. It has a photoprotective effect and stimulates fibroblasts to produce collagen. Nourishes, softens and strengthens the hair, gives it shine and volume. It deepens and revives the natural color and delays premature graying of the hair.
Caffeine inhibits hair loss and stimulates hair growth by blocking the effect of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) – hair bulbs get the right dose of energy for growth. Caffeine also reduces greasy hair.
Biotin (vitamin B7) used in the serum has proven effectiveness in the fight against premature hair loss and graying. Due to the participation in the synthesis of keratin, it affects the proper structure of hair, skin and nails. Biotin is involved in maintaining the proper functions of the immune system and plays a key role in cellular metabolism.
Hops extract strengthens the hair and prevents it from falling out. Gives softness and fluffiness. It exhibits antibacterial and antifungal properties, thanks to which it is added as an ingredient in cosmetics for the care of acne-prone seborrheic skin. It soothes irritation and inflammation of the skin.
A complex of twelve amino acids developed to implement a new technology of hair care. Applied externally, the amino acids interact with the hair and produce effects such as hydration, structure strengthening, color protection and repair of surface damage.
Basic Amino Acids: improve the strength and shine of the hair
Neutral amino acids: improve the strengthening of the hair structure (combability, smoothness and silkiness)
Acidic amino acids: improve the moisture of the hair (combability and smoothness).
PCA: improves the color fastness of colored hair.
The complex includes: Arginine, Aspartic Acid, PCA, Glycine, Alanine, Serine, Valine, Proline, Threonine, Isoleucine, Histidine, Phenylalanine.
Hair Growth Cycles:
1. Anagen – the active growth phase, lasts from 2 to 7 years
2. Catagen – the transitional phase, lasts from 2 to 4 weeks, cell division stops, hair stops growing
3. Telogen – the resting phase, lasts from 2 to 4 months, the matrix cells rest, ends with hair loss
4. Exogen – the hair loss phase
5. Kenogen – the phase for the formation (or not) of a new anagen
Usually, the hair follicle goes through this cycle 25-30 times during its lifetime.
The hair on the head grows on average 0.31-0.44 mm per day, i.e. about 1 mm every 3 days.
Hair grows faster and is thicker in men in youth and summer.
Hair lives longer in women – longer anagen phases.
Asians and Africans have the thickest hair, natural blondes have the most hair in the Caucasian (white race) population, but their hair is the thinnest. The thickest hair is red and there is at least 90,000 of them on average. The hair cycle is out of sync, which means that each hair is in an individual cycle. Normal hair loss is around 50-100 hairs a day.
Factors influencing hair growth include:
– the action of hormones, e.g. sex, adrenal glands, pituitary gland, thyroid disease,
– deficiencies of micronutrients and vitamins,
– protein deficiencies – less than 75g. protein per day, low calorie diets less than 500Kcal
– autoimmune inflammation, infections
– drug action
– stress and depression
– blood supply to the skin
– UVB rays
– individual-genetic characteristics
– birth defects and diseases