Clinical Studies

Clinical studies show that the plant extracts contain natural DHT blockers and stimulants to combat hair loss at the source, while enriching the roots for optimal hair growth. The extracts also reduced the oxidative stress of follicles resulting in stronger and thicker hair. The anti-Inflammatory properties were effective against a range of scalp conditions while maintaining PH levels to maximise hair growth.
CHOI, 2018
Panax Ginseng Root

We observed an increase in the number and size of hair follicles. Hence the promotion of hair growth and prevention of hair loss by Panax Ginseng are associated with induction of Anagen and delaying catagen phases.

ABBAS, 2020
Zingber Officinale Root

Successful treatment of Alopecia Areata with local application of Zingiber Officinalis, while improving oxidative stress and trace element status.

ZHANG, 2017
Biota Orientals Leaf

Preventing hair loss by excessive scalp sebum secretion, reported to have a natural anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effect.

CHIO ET AL, 2020
Polygonum Multiflorum Root

Polygonum Multiflorum extract could reverse the androgenic effects of DHT, the most potent androgen.

CHENG, 2020
Gleditsia Sinesis Seed

Important components of Gleditsia Sinensis include triterpenoid saponins, triterpenes, flavonoids, alkaloids, phenolics, sterols and their important derivatives are responsible for antimicrobial properties.

PARK ET AL, 2013
Arborviate Leaf Extract

Orientals arborviate extract promotes hair growth by inducing the anagen phase in resting hair follicles and might therefore be a potential hair growth-promoting agent.

Dioscorea Sylvestris Root

Phytochemical screening of the root showed the presence of Vitamin A, B6 and E, with high levels of iron content which show to increase scalp blood circulation.