Beauty Care Choices is proud to introduce HAIRtamin, a superior hair nourishing supplement with clinically studied all natural ingredients designed to support longer, stronger, thicker hair. 100% drug free, HAIRtamin works as a dietary supplement that delivers crucial nutrition without compromising the rest of the body in trade for growing healthy hair.
Ingredients focus on Vitamin B-Complex, Biotin & other organics that enhance and support healthy hair growth. Real people have seen real results with HAIRtamin, so we highly recommend that you give it a chance if this is happening to you or someone you love. Don't suffer and agonize over something that might be out of your control, particularly when you have the option to inspire yourself to live the healthiest lifestyle possible by taking action. Here are some very real results from people who took fate into their own hands:
First, let's talk about hair growth. Our hair has three phases in its cycle: The Anagen Phase, when your hair grows an average of half an inch a month. The Catagen Phase, a short transitional phase that lasts about 10 days which signals the end of the active growth of a hair. Then the Telogen Phase, the resting phase when your hair is released and falls out. The hair follicles then remain inactive for 3 months before starting the whole process over again. However, each hair follicle is independent; going through these phases at different times. Otherwise all your hair would fall out at once! Instead you get maybe 80 hairs shedding a day on a healthy head of hair. But don't go counting every strand that falls to the ground just yet! Let's go over some of the most common & not so common reasons why you could be seeing less hair on your head with research from the American Academy of Dermatology:
Not getting enough protein in your diet can cause your body to ration protein by shutting down hair growth. Also, a Vitamin B deficiency, which can be corrected by supplements and eating a more balanced diet with fruits & veggies plus all the "good" fats such as avocado or nuts.
Anemia can contribute to hair loss. The most common type of anemia is an iron deficiency, which most commonly effects women between the ages of 20 through 49. Hypothyroidism is also a condition that contributes to hair loss because your thyroid glands not producing enough hormones, which throws your metabolism, growth & development out of whack. Autoimmune related hair loss happens when the immune system is overactive. The body gets confused as the immune system identifies the hair as foreign and targets it for elimination by mistake. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is an imbalance in male & female sex hormones where an excess of Androgens can cause numerous effects including hair thinning. And last but not least, Chemotherapy, although life saving, it acts like a nuclear bomb in the body; destroying rapidly dividing cancer cells along with rapidly dividing cells like hair too.
Androgenic or Androgenic Alopecia is basically the female version of male pattern baldness. Meaning if women in your family started to notice hair loss at a certain age then you may be more likely to have this problem.
Male Pattern Baldness
Roughly two out of three men experience hair loss by age 60. This type of hair loss is usually caused by a combination of genes & male sex hormones in which a classic M shaped receding from the temples occurs.
Certain medications can promote hair loss as a side effect, such as Beta Blockers or Blood Thinners and Blood-Pressure drugs. Antidepressants, NSAIDS (Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), Methotrexate or Lithium as well can have this effect.
Harsh chemicals, high heat styling, over zealous styling can literally cause your hair to fall out because these practices can have major impact on the hair roots. To avoid this problem, try these supplements, use conditioner after every shampoo, utilize thermal protectant products, let your hair air dry and really limit your heat styling time. When you do heat style blow dry on cool and set your irons to the lowest effective settings.
Any kind of physical trauma can cause temporary or even permanent hair loss. Events such as surgery, car accident, severe illnesses, even the flu can have these results. This type of hair loss is called Telogen Effluvium, so when you have a really stressful event, it can shock the hair cycle, pushing you more towards your Telogen (shedding phase) for longer than normal. Sometimes pregnancy can also result in longer telogen periods. So it's not uncommon to see hair loss after your baby is delivered. Severe emotional stress can also exacerbate an existing hair loss problem. The great news about these types of hair loss is as your body heals, your hair will begin to regrow, but it can take a while in some cases.
Age, hormonal changes, stress, environmental factors or whatever the cause may be will play their parts in this all too common problem leading to damaged hair with any variation or combination of the problems highlighted above.
Follow along as I break down these superior ingredients featured in HAIRtamin to build a better understanding of what each of them does for your hair:
Aloe Vera: Contains Proteolytic Enzymes which repair dead skin cells on the scalp.
Biotin: Is part of the B Complex Vitamins which are water-soluble, meaning your body excretes what it doesn't need and it doesn't have any side effects. Biotin is a vital nutrient in improving hair health
Black Seed Extract: Known as "black gold", Black Seed Extract is a super antioxidant ingredient with antibacterial & immune-boosting properties. Piperine, the active compound of Black Pepper Seed optimizes all the other ingredients by increasing blood flow & energy.
Brahmi Extract: Strengthens hair roots while reducing breakage & scalp damage.
Green Tea Leaf Extract: (Only featured in the HAIRtamin MAN Formula) Stimulates testosterone, with healthy levels of testosterone comes encouraging hair regrowth.
Horsetail Extract: A very advantageous ingredient that contains Silica & Selenium, minerals that improve hair growth. Silica works to strengthen hair while increasing shine. Selenium improves production of Iodine to regulate hair growth.
Japanese Knotweed Root Extract: (Only featured in HAIRtamin MAN Formula) Has been identified as a potent flavonoid in high concentrations from the root of Japanese Knotweed and has a number of beneficial effects including anticancer, anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory & anti-microbial.
Lutein: Boosts Glutathione, which is vital to protecting the scalp & hair follicles from oxidative stress.
Rosemary: Boosts cell division in hair follicles while stimulating them to produce new hair, literally an ingredient that works from the inside out.
Selenium: Enhances the immune system as it reduces free radical damage that effects hair growth.
Turmeric Root Extract: Turmeric is beneficial in the treatment of various scalp conditions such as Dermatitis, Dandruff & Eczema. Cur cumin, an active ingredient in Turmeric is effective against these ailments due to its anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antioxidant, antiseptic & antibacterial properties.
Vitamin A: Allows your cells to mature and repair scalp damage, which can often be a cause of hair thinning and hair loss.
Vitamin B: Responsible for the metabolism of macro-nutrients, making use of the food you eat. HAIRtamin uses a combination of B Vitamins that play a vital role in healthy hair growth by nourishing you from the inside out.
Vitamin C: Boosts your own natural production of Collagen, which is essential connective tissue found in hair follicles.
Vitamin D: Wakes up dormant hair follicles while allowing them to produce new hair.
Zinc: An essential trace mineral that is key in maintaining healthy hair, nails & skin. Aides many of the body's processes & functions, such as cell production, hormonal balance, normal immune function, proper absorption of vitamins and protein synthesis.
All of these ingredients work to support healthy hair transformation. Now is the time to get started letting HAIRtamins bring hope to the emotionally damaging process of hair loss. Planning to ring in the New Year with a New You? Let's start a conversation about it. Love them, shop them, take them, and then tell us all about it in the comments down below. Remember, there is no hair loss cure. It take time to restore healthy hair, just as it takes time to make any change. But the sooner you start, the sooner the results. Take the first step now!