Patches - active ingredients
Stimulates microcirculation. Seals and strengthens blood vessels. Activates blood flow to improve oxygenation of cells responsible for hair growth.
Contains amino acids, vitamins and minerals, especially silicon. Has reinforcing and re-mineralizing properties. Nourishes hair follicles and prevents their necrosis.
Contains fatty acids, phytosterols and resins. Applied to the skin it inhibits the effects of DHT – an adverse form of testosterone primarily responsible for hair loss.
Similarly to the Butcher's-broom extract, common grape vine stimulates microcirculation and nourishment of hair follicles. With anti-oxidative and detoxifying properties, it also supports the cellular growth around the hair. The tannins contained in the common grape vine regulate the secretion of sebum which is also responsible for hair loss.
L-cysteine is an amino acid responsible for protecting cells against the effects of free radicals, thus delaying ageing and necrosis of hair follicles.
L-cysteine is a component of keratin which is one of the major building blocks of hair. It also has the ability to bind copper which affects the colour and texture of hair.
Adenosine is an essential bio-component of the body. It ensures the optimal conditions for the development of hair cells and strengthens hair roots thereby extending the active phase of the hair growth process.