The Hair Growth Cycle
The human body is indeed a fantastic marvel of nature. Capable of growth, healing, and so much more. Even the hairs on our head are wonderfully complex. If you want to care for your hair properly, it is useful to understand as much as possible about your hair and how it grows.

Hair grows in a cycle consisting of three distinct phases: a growth phase, a transitional phase, and a resting phase.

The Anagen (growth) Phase

The length of time hair remains in this phase of the hair cycle differs for everyone. During this time, the hair will increase in length. Typically, hair grows about half an inch every month. For people with shorter hair, the growth will be more noticeable than those with longer hair. Certain things will shorten the growth phase including stress, medications, aging, hormone imbalances, over styling and poor diet. Hair follicles are nourished by blood vessels, so if there is an obstruction of some sort or the circulation is weak, it will impact the growth of hair and likely decrease the length of the anagen phase.

The Catagen (transitional) Phase

As the name suggests, this phase is between the growth and the resting phase of the hair growth cycle. The catagen typically lasts for about ten days. During this phase, the follicles of the hair detach from the blood vessel, cutting off the blood supply. The hair follicle will also decrease in size.

The Telogen (resting/shedding) Phase
During the resting phase, your hair is released and falls out. The follicle will be inactive for approximately three months before repeating the cycle over. The shedding phase is also called the exogen phase; however, it is still technically part of the telogen phase. Shedding around 50 to 100 hairs a day is normal. If your scalp is unhealthy, your hair may stay in the telogen phase for an extended period; which can lead to excessive shedding every day for an extended period.
Each follicle goes through these phases at different times, so, you usually don’t have to worry about all of your hair falling out at once. Be sure to eat a balanced diet and try to avoid things that will adversely impact your hair growth.

How can Redensyl® help regrow your hair?
Simply put Redensyl® acts as a switch to return your hair to the growth phase, it also prolongs the hair growth phase. Additionally, Redensyl® awakens the stem cells to generate a new growth phase for your hair through consistent application.
Reawakening the hair is not the only necessary component to healthy hair growth. Nutrition is an often overlooked, but significant aspect of hair growth. You need a proper balance of, nutrition to produce healthy hair. Lastly, it would help if you stayed hydrated, both your body and scalp. Drink plenty of water and nourish your scalp; keep it healthy through the use of oils.

The Vitalize 3-part system consists of the follicle stem cell serum, the hair, and scalp treatment oil, and the hair, skin, and nails Vitamin. The Hair, Skin and Nail Vitamin provide the nutrients necessary to help you regrow hair, boost your immune system, and keep your body healthy. The Follicle stem cell serum contains the award-winning active ingredient Redensyl® which has been clinically proven to regrow hair. The Hair and Scalp treatment oil will hydrate the scalp and hair and lock the follicle stem cell serum into place.

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