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The hair growth cycle

Anagen (growth) Anagen is the period of active cell division and noticeable hair growth. Throughout hair cycling, about 90% of all follicles are in the anagen phase and can remain in this phase anywhere from 2 to 8 years.

Catagen (regression) Over 2 to 3 weeks, cell production is halted, and the hair follicle shrinks. The hair shaft begins to separate from the bottom of the follicle and forms what is referred to as club hair. 

Telogen (resting) Derived from the Greek telo meaning end and gen meaning produce, telogen is marked as the end of hair production as the follicle undergoes dormancy or cell quiescence. The follicle can remain dormant for up to 3 months with the hair club intact.

Exogen (shedding) Coupled with the telogen phase, exogen is when the hairs fall out of the follicle, during which new hair begins to grow in the follicle as it returns to the anagen phase.

What alters this cycle?

A vast majority of hair loss cases are due to an undesired alteration in the natural hair growth cycle. Several known factors influence hair loss, including genetics, hormones, illness, medications, and lifestyle.

Any of these underlying factors may alter hair follicle cycling, resulting in a shorter anagen phase, delayed anagen phase, or hair thinning caused by follicular miniaturization. 

While we may not have control over factors like our genetics— lifestyle, a key contributor to hair loss is within our control.

How we target hair loss

Bio-Pilixin Formula ®

Suitable for those with early-stage hair loss or individuals with a desire to maintain hair volume, our trademark Bio-Pilixin formula was designed upon a review of established scientific research. 

Complimented by whole-body wellness, Scandinavian Biolabs' Bio-Pilixin formula in our 3-step routine is designed to prime both the scalp and hair towards a state of optimal growth. 

Harnessing the unique properties of the ancient turmeric plant, Curcuma longa, alongside multiple active ingredients, our Bio-Pilixin formula synergistically supports the hair follicle to deliver noticeable results for those with early-stage hair loss. 

Powerful ingredients for enhanced growth

Capilia Longa: Increasing the duration of the anagen phase Curcuma longa callus conditioned media shifts the cycle towards a prolonged period of growth compared to the placebo group.

Caffeine:  As a stimulant, caffeine arouses blood vessels on the scalp contributing to increased oxygen and nutrient delivery to the hair bulbs.

Amino Acid Complex: Topically, the application of amino acids can strengthen and improve the integrity of damaged hair.

Common Questions

What are the different types of hair loss?

There are numerous forms of hair loss (alopecia), which can affect hair anywhere on the body. Alopecia can be subdivided into two main categories: non-scarring and scarring. The most common type of non-scarring hair loss is known as androgenic alopecia, or simply male and female pattern hair loss. Other types of non-scarring hair loss include telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, and traumatic alopecia. Scarring hair loss is collectively known as cicatricial alopecia and composed of less common forms of hair loss. Although all differing in etiology all forms of cicatricial alopecia result in a hair follicle that is irreversibly destroyed and replaced by scar tissue.

Can your products assist with all types of hair loss?

Scandinavian Biolabs’ growth products can assist with early-stage non-scarring hair loss and thinning. Unfortunately, our products are unable to assist with regrowth in individuals who have been diagnosed with late-stage alopecia or irreversible scarring hair loss.

What are the differences between male and female hair loss?

Androgenic alopecia occurs more commonly in males than in females, affecting approximately 50% of men and 15% of women. It results from a combination of both genetics and hormones. The classic male pattern hair loss starts above the temples and at the vertex leaving a characteristic M-shaped hairline. It rarely progresses to complete baldness and leaves hair at the sides and back of the head intact. Female pattern hair loss causes diffuse thinning of hair over time typically without a recession of the hairline.

What are the different types of hair loss?

There are numerous forms of hair loss (alopecia), which can affect hair anywhere on the body. Alopecia can be subdivided into two main categories: non-scarring and scarring. The most common type of non-scarring hair loss is known as androgenic alopecia, or simply male and female pattern hair loss. Other types of non-scarring hair loss include telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, and traumatic alopecia. Scarring hair loss is collectively known as cicatricial alopecia and composed of less common forms of hair loss. Although all differing in etiology all forms of cicatricial alopecia result in a hair follicle that is irreversibly destroyed and replaced by scar tissue.

Can your products assist with all types of hair loss?

Scandinavian Biolabs’ growth products can assist with early-stage non-scarring hair loss and thinning. Unfortunately, our products are unable to assist with regrowth in individuals who have been diagnosed with late-stage alopecia or irreversible scarring hair loss.

What are the differences between male and female hair loss?

Androgenic alopecia occurs more commonly in males than in females, affecting approximately 50% of men and 15% of women. It results from a combination of both genetics and hormones. The classic male pattern hair loss starts above the temples and at the vertex leaving a characteristic M-shaped hairline. It rarely progresses to complete baldness and leaves hair at the sides and back of the head intact. Female pattern hair loss causes diffuse thinning of hair over time typically without a recession of the hairline.