Hair loss is a common problem affecting people of all ages and gender. It can be caused by factors such as genetics, hormonal changes, stress, aging, nutritional deficiencies, and certain medical conditions.
REDENSYL™ is one of the most promising products helping to treat hair loss. It is an innovative and patented ingredient that works by targeting the stem cells and human fibroblasts from the dermal papilla to improve hair growth and reduce hair loss.
The mechanism of hair loss depends on the underlying cause, but regardless of the hair loss cause the hair growth cycle is always negatively affected. This results in a disrupted hair growth cycle, and that the hair follicles prematurely enter the telogen phase (resting phase), and the transition to the anagen phase becomes more difficult leading to thinner hair. Research has shown that the problem comes from the fact that the hair follicle stem cells are less productive, and therefore do not improve the matrix (made of keratinocytes) which supports the hair follicle growth. In addition, the fibroblasts located in the dermal papilla are less efficient in communicating with the stem cells meaning that the matrix are not renewed. All, this means that it is more difficult to initiate the anagen phase in which the hair is growing.
REDENSYL™ is made of a combination of four active molecules that work together to stimulate hair growth and improve hair density. It targets the stem cells of the hair follicle to improve hair growth while reducing hair loss. Clinically studies show that REDENSYL™ resulted in visible results after 3 months increasing hair growth with more than 10,000 new hairs in average which is better than on hair plantation procedure. REDENSYL™ is a clear, yellow liquid that is water soluble. The dosage is 1-3%.
Anti-hair loss treatment, hair lotion, hair serum, anti-aging hair serum, eyelash growth serum, active mascara, eyebrow enhancers.
The hair growth cycle. A normal hair cycle consists of three phases: The anagen phase in which the hair is growing (± 3 years), the catagen phase also called the transition phase (± 3 weeks), and the telogen phase in which the hair is dying and falling (± 3 months) and is followed by the anagen phase again.
Lene Aarøe Nissen
Head of Nordic Sales
+45 22 70 10 02