Newly dis­cov­ered in­gre­di­ent pro­motes


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It is known that sup­ple­ments can in­crease hair health and vol­ume to some de­gree, but to find a sup­ple­ment that can in­crease new hair growth sig­nif­i­cantly, is rare. Still, this is what sci­en­tists are find­ing when study­ing palm fruits. A re­cent study was done in

Malaysia with 38 peo­ple suf­fer­ing from hair loss (alope­cia)*. They were told to take a palm fruit ex­tract con­tain­ing a spe­cial ra­tio of “su­per-an­tiox­i­dants” called to­cotrienols. The re­sults were sur­pris­ingly good! In suf­fi­cient time, this may al­low for new hair to grow and hair count to in­crease. In the study, most of the group showed in­creases of 10-25%, but 40% of the group had more than 50% in­crease in hair growth. Only one per­son did not have any re­sults.*

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