The average scalp contains about 1,00,000 to 150,000 hair. The normal hair life cycle lasts for 2 to 3 years. At any given point of time, about 90% of the hair on your scalp is growing and about 10% of the hair is in a resting phase (Vary From person to Person). After 2-3 months, the resting hair is shed and new hair starts to grow in its place. It is normal to shed some hair every day. You lose roughly 100 hair strands every day.
Hair loss is not a disease but a condition where anagen (growth phase) is reduced and telogen (fall phase) is extended. Hair fall can be due to several reasons. But often we find that people exposed to the same conditions do not develop similar hair fall problems. So after years of research and clinical studies we came to an understanding that hair can be grown back if we can ensure four things:
1. Regulating DHT level in the blood.
2. Adequate supply of proper balanced hair nutrients to the hair roots.
3. Proper blood circulation in the scalp to carry the hair nutrients to the roots.
4. Maintaining the general well being of one’s health.