Saw Palmetto Berries
Saw Palmetto Berries are believed to inhibit Type 2, 5-alpha-reductase, an enzyme that converts Testosterone to DHT which is destructive for hair follicles.
The conversion of testosterone into DHT can be destructive for hair follicles, as hair follicles become miniaturized, resulting in thinner hair shafts.
Saw Palmetto Berries can be a good alternative for individuals in whom 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors cannot be used. Unlike 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, Saw Palmetto Berries is safe for consumption for women
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Reduces cortisol level and helps build resistance to stress, a major contributor to inhibited hair growth.
These are the structural building blocks that make up the foundation of healthy hair so we’ll need plenty of this.
Keratin is one of a family of fibrous structural proteins known as scleroproteins.
Keratin is the key structural material for making up hair and nails.
Keratin also protects epithelial cells from damage or stress.
Ingestible Keratin has been shown to reduce hair loss, increase hair strength and increase hair brightness.
Volunteers saw a 34.5% increase in mean numbers of hair, after 8 months of supplementation. While the mean number of hairs remained or declined for those in the placebo group, volunteers on Tocotrienol saw a significant increase in hair counts especially from month 4 to 8.
40% of subjects showed hair increases of more than 50%.
Biotin is an essential micronutrient, also known as Vitamin B7, a vitamin that is needed for beautiful hair and skin.
Rejuvenate hair follicles
Works synergistically with Saw Palmetto Berries to arrest DHT formation
Superior bioavailability (more than 700% compared to other curcumin formulation)1
1. Pascale FB, Mathieu T, Sabrina Le BB, Alexis M, Corinne M, Angelina D, Hélène C, Julie L, Richard B. Pharmacokinetics of a single dose of turmeric curcuminoids depends on formulation: Results of a human crossover study. The J of Nutri. 2021: 1802-1816
Just like the skin on your face, the scalp also loses collagen as you age, resulting in slower hair growth and dormant hair follicles.
When collagen production slows down (around age 30), the strength of your hair follicles can be affected. Collagen makes up more than 70% of the dermis at the hair roots. Collagen is alike the scaffolds required for a strong and healthy scalp. Reduced collagen levels over time leads to diminished hair growth and thinning hair.
The unique Tripeptide Collagen has a low molecular weight which makes it very easy to absorb into the body, as compared to other collagen products with much larger molecules that make absorption difficult.
Clinical studies have shown increase in thickness of hair shafts in volunteers after consuming Tripeptide Collagen.
Miriqa®’s proprietary blend of 100% drug-free nutraceutical ingredients is clinically-proven to improve hair growth.