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SOYBEAN, ALOE VERA AND HAIRLOSS: THERE IS A LINK!

  • 01st Jul 2018
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Does cutting hair promote hair growth? Does onion hair mask do any good? Should I go for a hair restoration treatment or not? …and the never-ending list of questions goes on!

The moment questions like these start popping up on your mind and scare you in the night – understand that you are one of those ‘many scalps’ who is now the victim of hair loss and requires an expert opinion.

Not all hair loss conditions are alike – while others are at the budding stage, and can be repaired more easily, for others, the case might not be as simple. Hair loss is dominantly caused by the testosterone derivative dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which abridges hair cycle & triggers shrinking of hair follicles.

Taking the situation where hair loss isn’t that grave, there are enough chances that remedies that worked wonders for some, might turn out to be a disaster for others. Amidst these countless prospects and even more confusions, we often find people struggling to strike a balance between scientific formulation and active natural ingredients.

Livon Hair Gain tonic proffers a perfect mix of natural ingredients backed by scientific formulation – high-powered ingredients like Soy isoflavones & Aloe Vera, which are potent to fight 4 signs of premature hair loss. Livon Hair Gain tonic is tested by dermatologists and helps increase hair density in 45 days.

Soybean for Hair Growth: Benefits You Must Know

It has been claimed for years that soy provides a wide range of health benefits, such as lowering rates of heart attack, reducing blood cholesterol levels, relieving menopausal symptoms in postmenopausal women, and in the general enhancement of the immune system.

However, in addition to these well-known benefits, studies reveal that soy extracts can even enhance cosmetic attributes, including reduction of hair loss.

Soy contains isoflavones, belonging to a class of phytoestrogens.  Phytoestrogens represent a group of plant substances, the structure of which is similar to that of 17-β-estradiol (estrogen), called estrogen-like molecules or non-steroidal estrogens. Among all the isoflavones, genistein and daidzein are the two main phytoestrogens found in soybeans which helps reduce DHT levels while improving the ratio of testosterone to DHT. Soy products contain high amounts of their (genistein and daidzein) precursor forms i.e. genistin and daidzin respectively. After the conversion, daidzein in the human body, these molecules reduce the production of DHT, which prevents the latter from binding the androgenic receptors. Thus, the biological activity and physiological process of DHT can be modified.

Aloe vera for Hair Growth: Benefits You Must Know

Several research suggests a positive correlation between aloe vera use and the overall health of hair. According to recent studies, aloe vera contains multitude of phytonutrients including vitamins, minerals and bioactive principles which are known to have hair growth promoting activities. Aleo vera is believed to foster hair growth, chiefly because of its key components like vitamins B12 and C, amino acids, minerals such as copper & zinc – which collectively soothes the scalp and provides an ideal environment for hair growth.  In addition, aloe vera moisturizes the hair and thereby, reduces hair fall caused due to regular grooming practices like combing.

Its anti-inflammatory properties pacify the scalp from irritation and aggravation. Its antifungal and antiviral properties help cure dandruff and flaking as well. Therefore, by forming good scalp conditions, Aleo vera helps to maintain the follicles and overall health of hair.

Still confused? Talk to our hair experts to know more about the tailored solutions to keep your type of hair fall/ hair loss at bay.

 

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