Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

When hair woes such as thin­ning and shed­ding be­come acute, cleans­ing alone no longer cuts it. In­stead, a com­mit­ted in­side-out ap­proach is called for, tack­ling in­ter­nal stresses, en­hanc­ing your diet—par­tic­u­larly with pro­tein, healthy fats and hair-spe­cific sup­ple­ments—and adopt­ing a rou­tine that in­cludes one of the latest scalp-spe­cific prod­ucts.

Look to Phylia de M to nur­ture your hair’s re­cov­ery. While study­ing the cor­re­la­tion be­tween stress and nerve func­tion, sci­en­tist Dick Miyayama (the god­fa­ther of Phylia founder Kazu Namise) dis­cov­ered that thin­ning and shed­ding oc­cur when the nerves sup­ply­ing vi­tal ker­atin be­come dis­con­nected from the hair fol­li­cle. The rem­edy? Re­con­nect them with an or­ganic and nat­u­ral ker­atin re­newal for­mula, fea­tur­ing Phylia’s cus­tom blend of aloe and tan­nic and ful­vic acids.

How­ever, it’s not just stress and ill­ness that in­crease the chance of hair loss. Re­search by Ja­panese brand Sensai points to in­creased pro­duc­tion of the pro­tein TGF-BETA, a nat­u­rally oc­cur­ring sub­stance that pre­vents the healthy growth of hair cells, re­sult­ing in the thin­ner, finer and faster-molt­ing hair we ex­pe­ri­ence as we age. To counter this, the brand has de­vel­oped the Shi­denkai Hair Loss Treat­ment for Women. Boast­ing T-fla­vanone, a hair-growth agent that re­duces lev­els of TGF-BETA, and a high-tech mois­tur­is­ing in­gre­di­ent, the scalp treat­ment pro­motes fol­li­cle strength and vol­ume, and re­duces hair loss.

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