Glossary

An enzyme that affects the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This enzyme plays a major role in androgenic alopecia: The hereditary form of hair loss.

Is the general name for baldness after hair loss.

This is a form of baldness caused by the dihydrotestosterone (DHT). According to estimates, 70% of men suffer from this type of hair loss and about 40% of women. In the case of the man, this will initially become visible at the temples and then develop from the crown. In the case of women, this will spread more evenly over the head, one speaks of a “diffuse pattern”.

This form of baldness can arise quite suddenly. It usually manifests itself in round or oval bald spots in the areas where hairs grow.

An amino acid is an organic compound, and forms the building blocks of peptides in this specific environment.

Collective name for the sex hormone leading to the male development forms.

Angiogenesis is the formation of new vessels from existing vessels.

Apoptosis is the process in which a cell lets itself die off.

Technology based on biological science

Dihydrotestosterone is a derivative of the male hormone testosterone and it affects the growth phase of the hair. This derivative is produced by a complex chemical process under the influence of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase in the tallow.

The Hydrolysed RNA and DNA intervenes by improving keratin synthesis, thus strengthening the hair structure. Once applied to the skin, it will split into small particles (hydrolyze), including deoxy-D-ribose, amino acid, nitrogen bases and phosphoric acid. All these nutrients will be used by the cells to restore or reconstitute the proprietary DNA, improve the regeneration of the follicle, and strengthen the condition of the hair.

A peptide compound of molecules that exist a number of amino acids connected by peptide bonds.

A protein synthesis is the process of making proteins based on the information in the DNA. Simply put, the protein synthesis is making a protein in the human cell.

Stem cells occur throughout the body. The most famous are those from the bone marrow. In this case, our focus is on the stem cells in the area of the hair follicle. These are an important link because they are responsible for the continuous regeneration process of the hair follicle.

An in-active hair follicle is also called a dormant hair follicle. These in-active hair follicles can be activated with the correct products as long as they have not died.

Free radicals can damage healthy cells in the body. These free radicals are molecules that miss an electron that can cause it to be unstable and therefore react very quickly with other substances. Free radicals are formed as a byproduct in the body, but can also come from outside. Examples include unhealthy foods, smoking, air pollution, medication, etc.