capilus nova

Capillus Nova

Food supplement based on vegetable ingredients that helps improve the hair growth

CAPILLUS NOVA is a food supplement based on vegetable ingredients that helps to improve the hair growth, slowing its fall. Useful in cases of fragile and weak hair preventing it from falling due to factors such as stress, seasonal changes, improper nutrition and sun exposure.


The Soybean counter-balances the menopause disturbances. Vitamin E contributes to the protection of the cells against the oxidative stress. PABA can be found in nature only in combination with folic acid and it is present in the liver, yeast, wheat germs and in molasses. The potaba, PABA potassium salt, is used for the treatment of Peyronie disease, which occurs with the development of fibrous tissue on the penis.

Ingredients

Arginine

Cysteine

Soybeam dry extract

Isoflavones

Vitamin E 

How to Use

It is recommended to take 1 tablet per day

Weight unit

Pack of 30 tablets Net content 27 g

Warnings

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended intake. Keep away from children under 3 years old. Store the product in a cool and dry place. Do not take while pregnant and do not give it to children, or however for extended periods of time without referring to a physician.

HAIR LOSS
What it is
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Hair Loss: What it is

The hair loss, up to a hundred hair follicles a day, must be considered a normal physiological process. The growth, the fall and the regrowth of hair, is a cycle that is repeated about 20 times during the existence of an individual. At certain people, usually women, the duration of each cycle can reach 6 years.

Until the hair loss is within the boundaries of this growth cycle should not worry and should be considered quite natural, but if the ratio of hair growing and hair undergoing involution, or next to the fall, is in favor of the latter, means that we are in the presence of an abnormal fall of hair.

Hair Loss