What Is Redensyl Hair Serum And How Can It Help Prevent Hair Loss?
There are a lot of ingredients that claim to be the secret to hair loss prevention. Whether they are in a hair loss shampoo and conditioner formula or in a hair growth serum, it can be hard to make sense of the latest proven treatments for hair loss. Our goal at Nourish Beaute is to not only provide you with hair loss products that work but to also help you understand why and how they work. While a magician might not reveal their secrets, we will. That’s because at the end of the day, what makes your hair grow isn’t magic, it’s science. Join us today as we get to the root of how hair grows and why certain active ingredients can boost that growth.
Today, we’re going to be focusing on Redensyl, an active ingredient found in a number of hair growth products. At Nourish Beaute, our Redensyl products include the Burst Hair Growth Stimulating Serum and Bang Eyebrow Growth Serum. Keep reading to learn more about Redensyl, or feel free to head over to our hair growth products page to learn more about our hair loss shampoo, conditioner, serum, and other natural products.
What Is Redensyl?
Redensyl is a breakthrough hair growth treatment that targets hair growth at the cellular level. There are four important ingredients in Redensyl that work together to create the perfect recipe for hair growth:
- Dihydroquercetin-glucoside (DHQG), a compound derived from plant extracts that targets the stem cells in hair follicles and encourages the division of the cells.
- Epigallocatechin gallate-glucoside (EGCG2), an anti-inflammatory that helps to keep the scalp healthy and happy by capturing free radicals
- Glycine, an amino acid that makes up hair proteins and is associated with keratin
- Zinc, which reinforces the hair shaft structure, making it stronger
The Redensyl ingredients above are responsible for helping the hair cells divide and the hair grow, while the nourishing ingredients in our hair growth serum like biotin, keratin, argan oil, jojoba oil, tea tree oil, coconut oil, castor oil, and caviar extract help to keep the hair silky soft and healthy. Because Redensyl has often been touted as the best alternative to hair transplants because it is natural, non-hormonal, and encourages hair growth at a cellular level, it is quickly becoming one of the more popular options for those looking for a solution to hair loss.
The Science Of Hair Growth
Before we move further into how Redensyl works to help hair grow, it is important to understand how hair normally grows.
Like all things, hair is made up of cells. For the hair to grow, the cells must divide. Because the hair we can see outside of the scalp is dead, those cells no longer divide. Therefore, the living part of the hair, the follicle, is the part that is responsible for hair growth. When hair grows, it might appear as if the growth is happening at the ends of the strand of hair, but it is actually occuring at the root and pushing outward — this is why you can see the natural hair color at the roots on dyed hair.
Hair cells divide by mitosis, one of two methods of cell division. A single cell divides by replicating its DNA and chromosomes before it splits into two identical daughter cells. The daughter cells then divide themselves into more identical pairs, and so forth. This continues throughout the growing phase of the hair cycle, increasing the length of the strand of hair as it does so. Redensyl hair products work to target the hair cell division process to increase the amount of hair growth.
How Does Redensyl Work?
Redensyl is based on the science of regenerative medicine and targets hair follicle stem cells, called the outer root sheath cells (ORSc). Stem cells are found throughout the body and are responsible for tissue repair and self-healing. Hair follicle stem cells play a big role in hair growth and are critical in initiating the anagen phase of the hair cycle. The active molecule in Redensyl, DHQG, triggers the division of ORSc which results in hair regeneration and growth, even when those hair follicles has been dormant for some time. And while it triggers the growing phase of hair growth, it also works to prevent the telogen phase, meaning your hair has a longer period of growth before that follicle rests again. In this way, it helps your hair follicles to favor growth over loss, helping to increase the overall number of hairs on your head, as well as the quality and length of those hairs.