Introduction

AuraGenics has developed, together with its clinical council, a capsule and range of topicals for optimal hair restoration results. All the ingredients used are supported by strong clinical research and were carefully separated between ingestible and topical to achieve optimal efficacy. The high quality, capsule ingredients were carefully proportioned to achieve a one (00 capsule) per day regimen, a rarity in the industry. The topical is an all natural formula for male and female patients with different needs and stages of hair loss.

Niacin (Vit B3)

Niacin influences hydration of the skin, detoxifies skin and is necessary for hair integrity and health. It assists blood flow to the scalp.

Ashwagandha Root Extract

Ashwagandha can normalize hair loss by reducing cortisol levels in the body. Cortisol is released as a response to stress, and stress is one of the major causes of hair loss in both men and women. It also contains tyrosine, an amino acid, which stimulates the production of melanin in the body.

Biotin

Biotin is involved in fat and protein metabolism and its deficiency might lead to hair loss. In the presence of sulphur it influences sebum secretion and activates hair growth. Long term biotin deficiency leads to symptoms like erythematous and seborrheic skin inflammation (conjunctivitis, greasy hair, hair loss and nails brittleness).

Borage Oil

Gamma linoleic acid (GLA) prevent hair loss and stimulates the growth of new hair.

Collagen

As we age, hair and nails gradually become more brittle, hair breakage occurs, nails are thinner. This is partly a result of the reduced collagen production in the body. Collagen is a key component to new hair growth and hair quality. Supplemental collagen can increase the hair shaft, improve hair and nail growth, and improve its quality to reduce breakage during the life of the hair.

Copper

Copper promotes rapid hair growth in people who have had hair transplants and reduces the appearance of scars. Copper peptides also aid in melanin pigment production, which helps in reversing and preventing the graying of hair and improves them by rebuilding the capillaries around the follicles which improve the nutrient flow from the blood.

Folate

Folate plays a role in producing red blood cells and hemoglobin, by transporting oxygen, among others, to tissues building hair. Folate is responsible for stimulating repair of hair follicle cells, prevents hair graying and falling out and regulates sebum gland function.

Grapeseed Extract

Pro-anthocyanidins in grapeseed inhibit the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Since high levels of DHT are known to cause hair loss grape seed extract can be used to reduce the rate of hair loss. Proanthocyanidins also act as growth stimulants for hair follicles.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is found throughout the entire body. Nearly 50% of the content is in the skin. The skin on our scalp has two main layers the epidermis, which is the outer layer, and the dermal layer, which is deeper. That is where the hair follicle sits, and this tissue contains a gel-like fluid that is partially comprised of hyaluronic acid. It moisturizes the scalp from within and prevents hair from falling out prematurely from the hair follicles. Applying HA on your scalp can not only increase hair growth, but also the diameter of each hair, giving your hair more volume.

Inositol

Inositol promotes healthy hair growth and helps normalize the effects of secondary testosterone (DHT).

Iodine

The thyroid gland relies on iodine to make the hormones necessary for the growth of healthy hair, teeth and bones. When we are deficient in this nutrient, the health of our hair can suffer, leading to hair weakness or total hair loss.

Iron

Iron is very important for the health of hair. It plays an essential part in the circulatory system, and low iron levels can have a direct impact on hair growth and can even cause diffuse hair loss and hair thinning. Studies have shown that people, especially women, with hair loss have iron deficiency. Approximately 70% of women with diffuse hair fall are iron deficient.

Magnesium

Riboflavin (Vit B2)

Vitamin B2 is required by the body for cellular respiration, and also works against free radicals. It plays a role in hair development by making sure hair strands are not damaged by free radicals. Riboflavin plays a crucial role in hair growth by activating vitamin B6 and niacin; these two vitamins are also key to hair development, according to Hair Loss Information. Vitamin B6 gives hair melanin and is known to prevent hair loss.

Saw Palmetto

Saw palmetto inhibits the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Unlike the majority of other substances that inhibit DHT on this list, saw palmetto works most effectively at reducing DHT present in the body and scalp.

Selenium

Selenium is an essential component of proteins and plays an important role in many biological functions. Hair receives trace elements mostly from the blood and is able to uptake selenium in its matrix during keratinization, which helps to make strong hair.

Silica

Silica helps with hormonal balance, as one of the biggest factors for hair loss and thinning in women is an imbalance in hormones. Balancing the hormones helps prevent cell mutations associated with too much estrogen or testosterone. Silica also transports many nutrients to the scalp, so it ensures that hair follicles are supplied with all the vital minerals necessary for hair growth.

Vitamin A

Deficiency of A vitamin in diet may slow down cell regeneration and synthesis. Because of its solubility in fats, vitamin A plays a role in moisturizing hair and making it more resistant to breaking. Too much vitamin A (which may result from dysregulated immune function) can also be a factor in hair loss.

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 can help your hair grow by preventing brittleness. It keeps blood vessels from constricting, which, when they start to close off in the scalp, leads to dryness and brittleness of hair, and devastating hair loss.

Vitamin B12

Cobalamin may be involved in excess hair loss in women with anemia and/or iron deficiency.

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 is responsible for proper hair growth due to its part in cell division in hair follicle and gives hair proper moisture, has anti-inflammatory properties, protects, has moisturizing abilities, regulates functioning of sebum glands and accelerates melanin creation.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 works by breaking down protein, which helps in maintaining healthy hair. Vitamin B6 also aids in the formation of red blood cells and converts tryptophan into niacin. According to the Linus Pauling Institute of Oregon State University, B6 can help block the detrimental effects of a testosterone derivative known as DHT, which causes hair to be deprived of baseline nutrition as well as oxygen.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 plays a significant role in the growth cycle of the hair follicle, especially in anagen initiation (the active phase of the hair growth cycle) when rapid division and differentiation of cells in the lower portion of the hair follicle, and lengthening of the hair shaft, take place.

Zinc

With regard to hair loss, zinc is a potent inhibitor of hair follicle regression, and accelerates hair follicle recovery.