To encourage hair follicle function, you can explore the following treatment options:
Revita tablets are 100% drug-free nutraceuticals that improve hair growth and quality, and they target root causes of thinning, such as poor nutrition, stress, and hormones. They also limit the formation of DHT, which is a hormone that causes hair loss in women.
Here’s a sneak peek into the unique blend of clinically effective ingredients used in its composition:
- Zin - Promotes protein synthesis and helps protect against oxidative damage.
- Biotin - Converts nutrients to energy and aids hair maintenance.
- Keratin - Provides strength and hair flexibility.
- Iron - Delivers oxygen to the hair root and helps reduce hair fall.
Specifically Formulated Hair Care Products
Haircare products specifically formulated to address your needs can help limit hair loss. Here’s a brand you can never go wrong with: Revita.
Revita’s shampoo and conditioner revives hair follicles, improves the vitality of your scalp, enhances the quality, look, and feel of your hair, boosts hair growth, offers deep scalp conditioning and nourishment, and promotes optimal hair health while reducing the effects of DHT.
With Revita, healthy, thicker, fuller-looking hair will be within reach.
Alternate Treatment Options
In-patient treatments: PRP (platelet-rich plasma treatment) uses the patient's own blood to accelerate hair growth and healing in a specific area. It leads to zero downtime and minimal to no side effects. You will, of course, have to return every 6 to 12 months for long-term treatment.
Over-the-counter treatments: Easy-to-apply formulations like Minoxidil can improve circulation to the scalp to stimulate hair growth.
At-home laser therapy: Laser caps utilize low-level laser therapy technology to boost the blood supply to the scalp and stimulate and renew cells within the hair follicle to support hair growth. Daily use is recommended.
In some cases, hair shedding can be treated by adjusting your diet, changing your hair products, and minimizing the use of heat-styling tools. These simple habitual changes should be your first course of action.
If they don't work as well as you hoped, consider exploring other options to prevent hair loss.