Safety InformationOur products are completely nontoxic and safe - here's why we're so sure.
Our Nutrients are a custom blend of essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and plant extracts. All of these ingredients are vegan and are completely safe to consume.
But – like all things, our Nutrients are best in moderation. You just need one a day. If you take two or three capsules in a day, you could experience unpleasant side effects, like nausea or bloating.
There’s no need to take more than one Nutrient capsule a day
Feel free to apply minoxidil with your fingers – just be sure to wash your hands after!
Minoxidil is an FDA-approved solution that can help stop the progression of androgenic alopecia. It’s safe for your scalp and skin – but this doesn’t mean that you should just apply it anywhere.
Minoxidil shouldn’t be used for the treatment of frontal baldness or a receding hairline. It also shouldn’t be applied anywhere else on your body, like your eyebrows or chest.
If you use your fingers to apply minoxidil, make sure to wash your hands immediately after. Similarly, if you accidentally get any solution in your eyes, flush them out with water straight away.
Like any other drug, Minoxidil can cause side effects. It’s also possible to be allergic to this medication. If you experience skin irritation, soreness, redness, or a rash, stop using this product and talk to your doctor.
You may be more likely to experience side effects if you’re using other medications on your scalp or have a heart condition. Minoxidil doesn’t require a prescription, but people taking skin or cardiovascular medications should talk to their doctor before they start using this product.
Our advanced Shampoo contains a mixture of cleansing and moisturizing ingredients, like argan oil and antioxidants. We’ve also incorporated a blend of several natural DHT blockers, like saw palmetto, horsetail plant extract, and caffeine.
Our Shampoo has gone through dermatological testing and has been clinically proven to be safe and kind to your skin.
Our advanced Shampoo has been proven to be kind to skin
Stopping Hair Loss
Guides & Articles
If you find yourself with thinning hair or substantial hair shedding at the top of your head, you might be experiencing balding at the crown. This is one of the most common signs of hair loss caused by androgenic alopecia.
After a global pandemic and stressful year, the last thing you probably want to hear is that stress can cause hair loss. Unfortunately, it’s true — and both emotional and physical stressors are capable of triggering it. The good news is that this type of hair loss, known as telogen effluvium, is usually temporary.
If you’ve been feeling an unnatural desire to scratch your head, there’s a good chance that you’re experiencing a symptom of a scalp problem. Quite often, an itchy scalp is a sign of an infection or a skin condition like dermatitis. In other cases, scalp itchiness is actually a symptom of alopecia that occurs before hair fall.