Growing beyond conventional science.
Thinning hair has multiple root causes.
Research shows that several underlying factors within the body can impact the hair growth cycle. That's why we developed a multi-targeted approach that addresses the key root causes of hair thinning.
DHT sensitivity can be caused by genetics, stress, poor diet, and toxins.
Physical or emotional stress like giving birth or a demanding job.
Refers to your surroundings, the products you use, and foods that you eat.
Influences how hair follicles receive nutrients from the body.
Nutrient gaps that can result from a poor diet or a compromised gut microbiome.
The scalp loses collagen and elastin as you age, meaning it’s not strong enough to hold onto hair strands.
Identifying and targeting your hair growth obstacles.
Signs of stress
Shedding or thinning hair, not just at the hairline or part. You also may feel like you have trouble sleeping or waking up, or feel tired or wired throughout the day.
How it affects your hair
The stress hormone cortisol signals hair follicles to prematurely shift out of the hair growth phase, accelerating the time it takes for hair to shed. Over time, stress can also impact hormones and nutrient absorption needed for hair growth.
How we target it
Ashwagandha 10% withanolides is one way Nutrafol’s Hair Growth Nutraceuticals address occasional stress. Ashwagandha is an adaptogen that helps balance stress hormones in the body.
Triple-verified product research.
Peer-reviewed and published—a distinction normally reserved for pharmaceutical methods.4-5
While many supplement brands rely on ingredient studies, we clinically test our finished hair growth formulas to show that they improve hair growth.5-8
The ingredients in our patented Synergen Complex® are each backed by clinical research.4
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