WITH ITS CYCLE
The growth phase of a hair is known as the Anagen phase. Once the hair stops growing and goes into cessation it enters the Catagen phase which lasts about 2-3 weeks. Upon exposure to certain internal and external environmental factors such as stress, a percentage of growing hair follicles enters the resting phase, also known as the Telogen phase during which the dormant hairs begin to fall. This condition is manifested by a diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp.
KerCysteine clinically tested results show an increase of up to 21% during the Anagen phase (growth) of the hair cycle and a decrease of up to 61% in the Telogen phase (shedding) of the cycle. The result? Less hair fall, thicker, brighter, healthier hair.*
THE KERAHEALTH EFFECT
Nourishment, Naturally from within