by Lauren Davies January 15, 2024 5 min read

After the age of 21, two-thirds of men will start to notice hair loss and by age 50, 85% of men will see reductions in hair growth, volume, and thickness. While hair loss may start earlier in men, up to 80% of women also report hair thinning as they age. With our hair being so closely tied to our self-image and confidence, it's no wonder why changes in the thickness, strength, and overall vitality can be distressing to both men and women alike.

Potential Underlying Causes of Hair Loss

There are many culprits responsible for hair loss. Hormonal imbalances greatly influence the way hair grows. Hair follicles on the scalp are extremely sensitive to the presence of certain hormones like dihydrotestosterone. Stress, which wreaks havoc in all areas of the body, is especially harmful to hair. While managing stress, and balancing hormonal and inflammatory responses can help reduce hair loss, providing the body with necessary ingredients your body needs to build and maintain healthy, thick, strong hair will go a step further.

The Secret Ingredients for Healthy, Vibrant Hair

There are a range of key ingredients, from those used in ancient herbal wisdom as well as those discovered by today's latest research that can help balance hormones while bolstering your body's response to stress, prevent hair loss and support strong, healthy hair. This includes:


Also known as vitamin B7, Biotin is like a nutritional superhero for your hair. It helps your body convert food into energy, supports the production of keratin (a protein that forms nails, hair and skin) and supports the growth of new hair cells. Biotin helps keep the body balanced, so your hair can grow strong, as well as make hair more resistant to falling out.

Hyaluronic Acid

As a natural substance found throughout the body, especially in the eyes, joints and skin. Think of Hyaluronic Acid as your hair's personal moisturizer. It keeps your scalp hydrated; improves blood flow encouraging the growth cycle and helps to make sure your hair stays strong and flexible. It's like the natural conditioner for your hair from the inside, aiding in healthier growth, retaining more moisture and making it look shinier on the outside. It may also help balance hormones by potentially influencing dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is associated with male hair loss


This herb is an adaptogen, acts as a stress-buster for your hair by controlling stress and cortisol levels. By helping your body manage stress, it creates a supportive environment for your hair to grow strong. It also works behind the scenes to balance your hormones and protect your hair from damage. It's like giving your hair a calm and nourishing environment to thrive.


Many people with a zinc deficiency tend to see losses in hair. Zinc is like a superhero mineral, helping your body to repair and build the proteins your hair needs to stay strong as well as supporting oil glands that surround the hair follicle. It helps to keep your hormones in check, ensuring your hair grows as it should. Plus, it is a key mineral for robust immunity, keeping your hair safe from potential issues. It's like giving your hair the essential building blocks and protection it needs from the inside.


Selenium is a powerful antioxidant and acts like a shield for your hair. It fights off damage by removing free radicals and oxidation that can cause hair loss or poor growth, keeping your hair strong and shiny. It also helps your body use thyroid hormones, which are like the boss of hair growth. Plus, it's part of the repair crew for your hair cells, ensuring they stay in tip-top shape. It's like giving your hair a protective barrier and maintenance team from the inside.


Copper is a key player in making your hair strong and colorful and is an often overlooked mineral, but it is important as it is a cofactor to zinc. Copper supplementation may be required alongside the dietary intake of zinc to maintain the appropriate ratio. Copper improves circulation to hair follicles, maintains hair color, strengthens hair, and prolongs the hair growth cycle. It may also block DHT at the hair follicle site. Think of copper as the defender of your hair, ensuring it stays healthy and vibrant. It's like giving your hair the building blocks and protection it needs from the inside.

Bamboo Silica

Silica is an essential nutrient for both the hair and skin and a secret ingredient for strong hair. It provides the building blocks your hair needs to stay strong and flexible. Think of it as the support system for your hair, helping it maintain its structure and health. It's like giving your hair a natural boost from the inside out. Bamboo extract is one of the richest sources of silica-containing herbs.


Horsetail is like a natural elixir for your hair. This reed plant is packed with silica helping your hair stay strong and flexible and has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that work like bodyguards, protecting your hair from potential damage. It also helps to improve circulation to the scalp and may block DHT. It's like giving your hair a dose of natural strength and protection from the inside.


It is like a guardian for your hair. It helps keep the levels of DHT (a hormone associated with hair loss) in check, supporting your hair's health. The bark of the pygeum tree has been used as a natural remedy to slow the conversion of testosterone into DHT. It's like a calming force, supporting healthy levels of inflammation to create a better environment for your hair to thrive. It's like giving your hair a protective shield and improved nourishment from the inside.

Saw Palmetto Berry

Saw Palmetto is like a defender for your hair and another powerful herb that helps slow down the conversion of DHT, keeping your hair healthier. People who took just saw palmetto supplements had an improvement in their hair loss and when combined with the key ingredients we mention may offer synergistic effects. It's like giving your hair a guardian, a calming presence, and improved nourishment from the inside.


Not to be overlooked, Turmeric is like a superhero spice for your hair with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, helping to create a supportive space for hair to grow. It also helps to improve circulation, and inhibiting the effects of DHT on hair loss. It's like giving your hair a natural defender, protector, and nutrient booster from the inside.

A variety of nutrients play a crucial role in maintaining healthy and strong hair from the inside out: zinc, selenium, copper, and silica support the structural integrity and vitality of hair, while herbs like Saw Palmetto, Pygeum, Ashwagandha, and Turmeric offer additional unique benefits such as hormonal balance, DHT inhibition, anti-inflammatory effects, and improved circulation. These elements collectively create an optimal environment for hair growth, resilience, and color and with a cutting-edge formula, specially designed to give you the hair of your dreams you can ensure your body has the necessary building blocks and defenses to promote robust and vibrant hair health.

If you're dealing with hair loss or poor overall health hair, listen to this podcast on the underlying issues to consider and learn about a variety of ways to begin to regrow your hair.

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