DrFormulas™ Hairomega® DHT Blocker with Biotin & Saw Palmetto | Hair Loss Supplement
- 90 Capsules, a 45 Day Supply
- Vegetarian Capsules and Vegetarian Formula (No longer contains gelatin!)
- DHT Blockers
One of the things that makes DrFormulas hair growth supplements stand out above the rest is the fact that they contain all-natural DHT blockers, which means that they not only help stimulate hair growth, but they can also reduce hair loss by promoting hair growth. One of the more common causes of hair loss is DHT. DHT causes thinning hair and hair loss by signaling hair follicles to stop making hair. This makes hair weak and fall out. Eventually the hair follicles will become so small that hair cannot grow at all. All-natural DHT blockers support healthy levels of DHT and block DHT from interacting with hair follicles.
Vitamins For Hair Loss
When it comes to minerals and vitamins for hair growth and prevention of hair loss, some of the most important are biotin, vitamin C, vitamin B7, vitamin B12, and zinc. If you’re not getting enough of these nutrients from your diet, your hair will not be as healthy as it could be. This is why it’s important to take a daily supplement that will help with your hair health. DrFormulas HairOmega DHT Blocker contains these hair growth vitamins along with a DHT blocker to help, make your hair stronger, reduce thinning and breaking, leave your hair looking shiny and bouncy, and boost your self-confidence.
What's Exactly in Hairomega® DHT Blocker?
Biotin is a water-soluble B-vitamin. It helps your body metabolize food into energy. Additionally, it is important for the health of your hair, skin and nails, with these specific actions:
- Stimulating the metabolism of proteins and amino acids to strengthen hair roots and fingernails.
- Contributing to the growth of strong, healthy hair. Hair loss is a common symptom of biotin deficiency, so if you are noticing hair thinning or excessive hair loss, a biotin supplement can help support hair growth.
- Maintaining healthy, youthful looking skin. Biotin’s benefits for the skin lie in its metabolic synthesis of amino acids, which is how skin receives nutrients.
Biotin can be found in a number of different foods including: eggs, berries, legumes, fish, mushrooms, oatmeal, barley, walnuts, carrots, avocado, sunflower seeds, and peanuts. The best way to be certain that you’re getting enough of this vitamin is to take a combined daily supplement such as HairOmega® DHT. That way you can be sure that you are getting biotin for hair and all the other skin, nail and hair growth vitamins you need.
Extracts from the saw palmetto palm are excellent for supplementing hair growth. Studies show that Saw Palmetto can support hair growth. It also has the added benefit of supporting healthy cellular growth and reproduction.
When combined with saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol acts synergistically to support hair growth. This means that taking them together is better than taking either alone. Beta-sitosterol also supports healthy cellular growth and reproduction, promotes a healthy inflammatory response, and reduces levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) or bad cholesterol.
Extracts from the bark of the Pygeum africanum tree, or African cherry tree include beta-sitosterol, other plant sterols, triterpenes, and compounds known as ferulic acids. These combined nutrients have been shown to support a healthy urinary tract which supports the body in getting rid of toxins.
The antioxidant lycopene is found in tomatoes, water melon, pink grapefruit and guava. As an antioxidant it prevents free radicals from causing damage to your cells and tissues. Lycopene also supports hair growth.
Commonly found in onions, apples and black tea, this bioflavonoid has potent antioxidant and immune system supporting properties.
This essential trace element is beneficial for the skin and may help with the prevention of acne. It also helps to strengthen the immune system with its role in cellular growth and reproduction. As a supplement, zinc sulfate can help support the growth of strong, healthy hair.
Uncaria tomentosa (Cat’s claw) :
Cat’s claw has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These may help strengthen the immune system. In recent studies, cat’s claw has been shown to support healthy cellular growth.
Because of their high antioxidant content, red raspberries can reduce the damage of oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Their Vitamin C and quercetin content also benefits circulation and strengthens the immune system, which supports healthy hair growth.
Buchu leaves function as an herbal diuretic, which means they help promote urinary functions, ridding the body of toxins and supports urinary tract health.
Not only are pumpkin seeds a tasty, low-calorie snack, they are also rich in many essential nutrients, particularly vitamin C. Vitamin C is one of the most beneficial vitamins because of its wide range of healthful effects on the body. These include: boosting your immune system, improving the elasticity of the skill by stimulating the production of collagen, and helping slow down the effects of aging because of its powerful antioxidants. Pumpkin seed extract can also help block DHT and promote hair growth.
The root of the burdock plant is rich in many beneficial hair growth nutrients including B1, B6, B12, biotin, sulfur, and zinc. It has cleansing effects on the liver and bowel and is often used for liver health. It promotes healthy hair growth and glowing skin by supporting the elimination of toxins from the body.
This plant is beneficial to the urinary and renal systems. It also supports a healthy inflammatory response.
Extracts from the root of the marshmallow plant offer a host of health benefits. They protect your gut and improve digestion, promote healthy lungs, and are effective in supporting healthy skin. Marshmallow root also contains plant proteins that stimulate hair growth and leave the hair loving shiny and feeling soft.
Parsley is a lot more than just a garnish for your food dishes, it is considered one of the world’s healthiest foods. It is packed with vitamins A, C and K, folate, iron, and flavonoids. It also has volatile oils which can help rid the body of toxic chemicals. Parsley also contains anti-oxidants; substances which prevent damage to cells and tissues by free radicals.