There are many types of hair loss, and some are more easily addressed than others. For instance, the condition Telogen Effluvium, which presents as excessive shedding, is commonly associated with factors such as stress and diet, just to mention a few. If the sufferer is aware that one of these factors is the likely cause of their hair loss, the sufferer can take steps to improve the condition on their own by reducing stress or by changing their diet. However, the same condition could also be the result of hormonal irregularities, and it is often seen in women going through menopause or women who have just given birth. Conditions such as Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis are different because they are autoimmune diseases, meaning, they are caused by internal factors in the sufferer’s body. However, autoimmune diseases can also be influenced by external factors, including stress and diet.

What all types of hair loss have in common is that they stem from a disruption to the normal Hair Growth Cycle. Essentially, this means that the three phases of the Hair Growth Cycle change duration. The Anagen (growth) phase is shortened, the hairs, therefore, enter the Catagen (transition) phase prematurely and the last phase, the Telogen (resting) phase, is prolonged. As a result, the hairs are shed sooner than normal and often fewer hairs are induced back into the growth phase, which results in less and weaker regrowth.

Hair loss and thinning should be addressed as soon as possible to ensure the best possible treatment outcome. The goal of any approach should be to normalise the Hair Growth Cycle to lengthen the growth phase and push back the resting phase to its normal levels. The hair’s restoration comes into play when the Hair Growth Cycle is normalised, meaning, the hairs caught in the resting phase, which have been dormant, are induced back into the growth phase. Due to the natural duration of the Hair Growth Cycle, it will take up to six months to see an improvement in hair growth.

Certain types of hair loss are harder to address than others, such as autoimmune and genetic hair loss, in which cases it is essential to be proactive to avoid a worsening of the condition. Essentially, hair restoration becomes increasingly harder as more and more hair follicles stop producing hair altogether, which is why the right approach is crucial and it should be started as soon as possible.

Hair restoration is, in all simplicity, a question of normalising the Hair Growth Cycle. Nourkrin®, with Marilex®, restores the key proteoglycans in the hair follicles that are experiencing Proteoglycan Follicular Atrophy (PFA), a major underlying cause of hair loss in females and males alike, thereby inducing and prolonging the Anagen (growth) phase, leading to a normalisation of the Hair Growth Cycle.

Nourkrin® is a unique, natural, safe and drug-free Proteoglycan Replacement Therapy that is rich in a specific kind of proteoglycans that influence hair growth. More than 30 years of knowledge and research have gone into developing Nourkrin®, with Marilex®, and creating products that help maintain a normal Hair Growth Cycle and support normal healthy hair growth.

Nourkrin® Woman, with Marilex®, and Nourkrin® Man, with Marilex®-M, have helped thousands of women and men to restore their Hair Growth Cycle and that is why Nourkrin® is recognised by scientists, doctors, dermatologists and trichologists worldwide.