Science

New hair science.
New hope.

A new world of hair science has changed the way we think about hair and its relationship to our overall health. Turns out, it’s not just genetics and nutrition.

The fact is, many factors contribute to compromised hair health.

From stress to the digestive system, multiple things can impact your hair wellness. That’s why a customized solution is required to improve our hair growth and hair quality. Our treatment options are curated to your hair and body, according to hair growth science. .

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Your body is a
complicated
thing.

Let’s break it down. Not your body... the explanation of how internal and external factors affect your body, and therefore your hair and hair growth.

Every day, the world throws a bunch of not-so-nice stuff our way such as:

  • Stress

  • Allergens

  • Hormone Imbalance

  • Bad Nutrition

  • Overstyling

This "stuff" accumulates in our bodies and interacts with our unique genetic makeup. It sets off a series of responses that disrupt the follicles and shift the hair growth cycle from growth (anagen) to regression (catagen), which ultimately leads to the root causes of compromised hair growth. Stress-free hair will grow stronger, and addressing the underlying stress and “stuff” that accumulates will promote hair growth. This is hair growth science.

  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Free Radical Damage
  • Stress Hormones/Cortisol
  • Immune Signaling Disruption
  • Genetics/DHT Sensitivity

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But there's more.

The hair follicles in your head are actually a complex system within a larger network of the whole body. They function as mini organs, and you have an average of 100,000 of them. To understand how this larger network works, it is important to know which systems in your body affect hair growth. Your body is made up of a lot of different systems—and it might surprise you to hear which other ones also play a role in hair production:

  1. Detoxification System
    (Liver Processing)
  2. Endocrine System
    (Male and Female Hormones)
  3. Stress Response System
    (Adrenal Health)
  4. Digestive System
    (Gut Health)
  5. Metabolic System
    (Energy Conversion)

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Everybody’s
systems respond
to life’s “stuff”
differently.

Some people's systems adapt with ease and efficiency. Others may require additional support to properly fuel the mechanisms of hair growth. That's why the most comprehensive approach is one that’s curated especially for you. Our study of science, hair and the scalp helped us create customized hair growth treatments, known as your GrowthPlan.

  1. Detoxification System
    (Liver Processing)
  2. Endocrine System
    (Male and Female Hormones)
  3. Stress Response System
    (Adrenal Health)
  4. Digestive System
    (Gut Health)
  5. Metabolic System
    (Energy Conversion)
Zoey
Zoey
Frank
Frank
Maya
Maya
Oscar
Oscar
  1. Detoxification System

    (Liver function)
  2. Hormonal System

    (Testosterone & Estrogen)
  3. Stress-Response System

    (Adrenals)
  4. Digestive System

    (Gut Health)
  5. Metabolic System

    (Energy conversion)

Smart Science.
In practice and on paper.

Peer-reviewed publications on the science of hair reaffirm the way to address compromised hair growth is by targeting multiple root causes.

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Hair growth isn’t rocket science.
It's body chemistry.

Discover your curated treatment options to start growing and healing your hair today.

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