- Visibly stops hair loss
- Improve hair density
- Promotes nutrition of the hair follicle
- Helps slow the hair aging
- It helps reduce the greasy appearance of hair
Isdin Lambdapil Anti-Hair Loss Lotion Spray contains a set of ingredients that helps the physiological process of hair growth. Procapil and Diaminopyrimidine Oxide, in particular, promotes nutrition of the hair follicle to delay inactivation, which is a major cause of the onset of miniaturization of the follicle and subsequent premature hair loss that can lead to baldness in certain areas of the head.
- Biotin helps promote the normal and efficient delivery and metabolism of nutrients to the hair cells, which are essential for normal growth.
- Help delay the visible signs of aging hair and help prevent premature hair loss.
- Helps reduce the greasy appearance of hair
How to use:
- Apply once a day on the scalp (about 14 sprays) and massage preferably at night before sleeping, 5-7 times a week.
Is your hair falling out?
Normally we have over 120,000 hairs on our heads, 85% are in the anagen phase (growth) and 15% between the catagen and telogen phases (they have either stopped growing or are falling out). On average, we lose 50 to 100 hairs per day, which then grow back.
When any of the phases is disturbed, alopecia may be triggered. The most frequent types are androgenetic alopecia and telogen effluvium.
Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)
Also known as common baldness, it is a genetically determined loss or thinning of the hair in which male hormones (androgens) act on hair follicles. Specifically, dihydrotestosterone, the most active metabolite of testosterone, acts on the specific receptor of the hair follicle, slowing down hair growth (anagen phase) and increasing hair loss (telogen phase).
It affects 45% of men (up to 80% at age 70) and up to 10% of women in the general population.
Telogen effluvium (TE)
This hair loss is more intense than normal, and tends to be diffuse and generally transient. It is the second most frequent cause after androgenetic alopecia. Telogen Effluvium is not hereditary, is reversible, and hair loss is more sudden than in the case of androgenetic alopecia. It tends to be related to external factors such as stress. The hair follicles prematurely and simultaneously pass to the resting phase, without completing their cycle. It has been linked to certain diseases, hormonal changes and diet-related conditions.