- Alfalfa extract (Medicago Sativa)
- Ferrous gluconate
- Magnesium oxide
- Zinc gluconate
- Epilobium extract (epilobium angustifolium l.)
- Apple extract (malus pumila mill)
- Soja dry extract (glycine soja)
- Biochanin A
- Cholecalciferol (vitamin D3)
- Biotin (vitamin H)
- Acidifier (E341)
- Bulking agent (E460)
- Anti-caking agents (E470B, E551, E570)
- Thickeners (E464, E466)
- Colorants (E171, E110)
This is an interesting hair loss supplement from the renowned maker of Revita shampoo and Spectral DNC-N topical Minoxidil treatment.
Interestingly the key ingredient used in this product is Daidzein, which is taken from soy isoflavones. This is interesting because soy isoflavones are known for their powerful anti-hair-loss properties.
There is evidence to suggest that vitamin D3 is essential for hair growth, after a study on an Egyptian family who had a condition making them unable to produce vitamin D3 leading them to lose their hair, were treated with vitamin D3, which made their hair grow back.
Melatonin has been shown in studies to reduce hair loss — however the studies I have seen were testing topical melatonin, so I’ll have to look into how it might work when consumed orally.
I’ll be publishing a study on this ingredient soon. More to come.