Thinning Hair & Hair Loss

The root cause of hair loss (no pun intended!) comes from the fact that hair follicle stems are less productive, which affects their ability to support hair follicle growth.
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Hair Restoring Serum

Worried about hair loss? Give your hair a boost with Dermal Therapy Hair Restoring Serum, specifically designed to help strengthen and stimulate hair.

  • Advanced plant-based Stem Cell Technology
  • Strengthens thinning, damaged or brittle hair
  • Leave-on, non-greasy serum
  • Suitable for use by men and women
  • Visible results in 12 weeks
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Hair Restoring Shampoo & Conditioner

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Take care of your hair, minimise hair loss and improve your hair vitality with Dermal Therapy Hair Restoring Shampoo & Conditioner. Packed with nutrients your hair needs, the innovative 2-in-1 formula is a gentle cleanser designed specifically to help strengthen and stimulate hair and reduce hair loss.

  • With an advanced caffeine formula to stimulate hair growth
  • Strengthens thinning, damaged or brittle hair
  • Contains essential vitamins and elements to strengthen hair
  • Is a gentle scalp cleanser free from soap and SLS
  • Suitable for use by men and women
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FAQ

Hair thinning can be hereditary, a normal sign of aging, or a result of hormonal changes or another medical condition or medication. The causes of thinning hair can range from medical and hormonal to a normal sign of aging. Some causes of thinning hair include chemotherapy, menopause, stress, pregnancy, and smoking cigarettes.

Hair goes through a natural cycle, from growing to dying and falling out, then repeat. Hair thinning and hair loss happens when the percentage of hair dying and falling out is greater than the growth. This is pretty normal as we age, and the hair follicle stems become less productive. Hair thinning is also hereditary, so if there’s some hair loss in your family, chances are it will affect you too.

Hair loss (or alopecia) can affect just your scalp or your whole body. Hair loss on the scalp is usually hereditary and is the most common cause of baldness. Hormonal changes and medical conditions can also cause hair loss in some people. Hormonal changes that can cause hair loss include pregnancy, menopause and thyroid problems, or immune-system related disorders or infections that affect the scalp can cause patchy hair loss.

As humans, we shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day, which is the normal amount. If you notice that you’re shedding more hair than usual and you’re seeing clumps of hair on your pillow, for example, you might be experiencing hair loss symptoms. Try Dermal Therapy Hair Restoring Serum, which is a growth serum designed to stimulate hair and reduce hair loss.

As you get older, the rate of hair growth slows down, which can result in greater hair loss. Hair loss doesn’t really stop at a certain age, it’s more likely to accelerate.

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