Hair Essentials

Hair loss is a widespread issue affecting millions worldwide. Factors such as inadequate nutrition, hormonal imbalances, stress, aging, genetics, oxidative stress, and metabolism issues can contribute to poor hair health, excess shedding, and thinning. Our Hair Essentilas supplement is meticulously formulated with a unique blend of essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, designed to nourish your hair from within. With a focus on strengthening, revitalizing, and nourishing, our formula promotes existing hair growth and enhances its overall vitality.

Key Benefits

  • Helps promote hair growth and support healthy hair.
  • Helps strengthen hair strands, reducing breakage and brittleness.
  • Helps to nourish the hair follicles, improving overall hair health.
  • Helps target the underlying causes of hair loss, reducing excessive shedding.
  • Helps to strengthen & nourish the hair follicle.
  • Helps to nourish thinning hair
  • Supports existing hair growth from within./
    Helps to promote the growth of existing hair and increases hair elasticity.
  • Helps promote blood circulation to the scalp.


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Ingredients Per Serving

Glycine – 1.53g

L-Lysine Hydrochloride – 1.004g

L-Cysteine Hydrochloride Monohydrate – 1.003g

Dextrose Anhydrous – 1g

Pomegranate Powder – 1g

Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinifera L. Extract Standardized to 95% Proanthocyanidins) – 150mg

Na-glucuronate-N-acetylglucosamine (95%) from Streptococcus zooepidemicus – 126mg

L-Methionine – 101.5mg

Ascorbic Acid - 80mg

Ferrous BisGlycinate - 64mg

Zinc Citrate – 56.7mg

Naturall-e™ as d-Alpha-Tocopherol from Soya Oilseeds – 30mg

Vitashine™ as Cholecalciferol from Lichen – 6mg

Biotin from Sesbania grandiflora leaves – 2.5mg

Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate  – 1.9mg

Methylcobalamin (98%) – 2.4mcg

Serving Size

1 Scoop | 30

Product Description


A normal hair cycle includes the following stages, a growth stage (anagen), a degenerative stage (catagen), a resting stage (telogen), and a shedding stage (exogen). Hair shedding/fall occurs naturally daily, but when the shedding becomes excessive, the situation becomes concerning (1).

Topical treatments are not always effective as the problem requires an internal solution. Research suggests that many underlying factors within the body can impact the hair growth cycle. But if the root cause gets addressed then one can manage the hair thinning (2).

Several factors can influence hair health. Here are some key factors and their impact on hair:

  1. Nutrition: Inadequate intake of protein, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients can lead to hair thinning, dryness, and brittle hair (2).
  2. Hormonal Imbalances: Hormonal changes, such as those that occur during pregnancy, menopause, or certain medical conditions, can affect the hair growth cycle. Imbalances in hormones like estrogen, testosterone, and thyroid hormones may contribute to hair loss or thinning (2).
  3. Stress: Chronic stress can disrupt the normal hair growth cycle, leading to excessive shedding or hair loss (2).
  4. Genetics: Genetic factors can influence hair texture, density, and susceptibility to conditions like pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) (2).
  5. Environmental Factors: Exposure to pollutants, UV radiation, harsh chemicals, and extreme weather conditions can damage the hair cuticle, leading to dryness, brittleness, and breakage (2).
  6. Medical Conditions: Certain medical conditions, such as alopecia areata, scalp infections, autoimmune disorders, and nutritional deficiencies, can impact hair health and lead to hair loss or thinning (2).


  1. Semalty, M., Semalty, A., Joshi, G. P., & Rawat, M. S. M. (2011). Hair growth and rejuvenation: an overview. Journal of Dermatological Treatment, 22(3), 123-132.
  2. Gokce, N., Basgoz, N., Kenanoglu, S., Akalin, H., Ozkul, Y., Ergoren, M. C., Beccari, T., Bertelli, M., & Dundar, M. (2022). An overview of the genetic aspects of hair loss and its connection with nutrition. Journal of preventive medicine and hygiene, 63(2 Suppl 3), E228–E238.

Additional information

Weight 0.230 kg
Dimensions 9 × 7.5 cm

Our Formulation

In today’s fast-paced lifestyle, it can be challenging to provide our hair with the nutrients it needs solely through diet. That’s where the Hair Essentials supplement comes into play, offering a convenient and effective way to support hair health, promote growth, and restore vitality. Nourishing your hair from within is the key to unlocking its full potential.

Our unique formula combines essential nutrients, DHT blocker, scalp supporters, antioxidants, and strengthening ingredients that work synergistically to improve the strength, thickness, growth, and overall condition of hair.

It bridges the nutritional gaps and provides targeted support. It delivers essential nutrients directly to the hair follicles, promoting stronger roots, existing hair growth, and reducing breakage. Additionally, it can also enhance the production of keratin, the protein that forms the structural foundation of hair, resulting in visibly healthier, shinier, and thicker hair.

Role of each ingredient:

  1. L-Cysteine: L-Cysteine is an amino acid that forms the structural component of keratin, the protein that forms hair. It helps strengthen the hair shaft, promote growth, and arrest breakage. L-Cysteine also supports the production of antioxidants that protect the hair from damage (1).
  2. Glycine – Glycine, an amino acid is a key component in the synthesis of collagen. Collagen is essential for maintaining the strength, elasticity, and integrity of the hair strands. By promoting collagen production, glycine helps enhance the structural foundation of the hair, reducing hair breakage and improving overall hair health (2).
  3. Lysine – Lysine supports the synthesis of collagen. Lysine enhances the absorption and utilization of iron, which is crucial for healthy hair growth and maintaining optimal hair density (3).
  4. MethionineMethionine is involved in the synthesis of collagen and other proteins that are crucial for hair growth and strength (4).
  5. Vitamin A: Vitamin A plays a vital role in maintaining the health of the scalp and promoting the production of natural hair oils, which keep the hair moisturized and nourished. It supports the growth and development of healthy hair follicles, and arrest dryness, dandruff, and hair breakage (5, 6).
  6. Vitamin C: This antioxidant vitamin is essential for collagen production. It aids in the absorption of iron. Vitamin C helps protect the hair from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress, caused by an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants in the body, can lead to hair follicle damage, premature aging of the hair, and hair loss (7).
  7. B-Complex Vitamins
  • Niacin (Vitamin B3): Niacin contributes to the nourishment of hair follicles by improving blood circulation to the scalp. Enhanced blood flow promotes nutrient delivery to the hair follicles, supporting their growth and overall hair health (8).
  • Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5): Pantothenic acid plays a role in maintaining hair strength, flexibility & natural colour. It helps nourish the hair follicles and supports the production of sebum, the natural oil that moisturizes the scalp and keeps the hair strands lubricated (9).
  • Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6): Adequate levels of vitamin B6 ensure the production of healthy keratin, promoting stronger and healthier hair.
  • Biotin (Vitamin B7): Biotin deficiency is associated with hair loss. It aids in the production of keratin. Biotin also supports the health of the scalp, arresting dryness and flakiness, which can lead to hair breakage (4).
  • Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12): Vitamin B12 supports the formation of red blood cells, which carry oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles. Sufficient vitamin B12 levels are important for maintaining a healthy scalp environment and supporting hair growth.

8. Vitamin D: Vitamin D receptors are present in hair follicles,   indicating its potential role in hair health. Vitamin D receptors are present within the hair follicles and serve as essential components for maintaining a normal hair cycle and promoting the differentiation of the interfollicular epidermis. Adequate vitamin D levels are associated with improved hair density and reduced hair loss. Vitamin D may also play a role in reducing scalp inflammation (4).

9. Vitamin E: Another powerful antioxidant, vitamin E, helps protect hair follicles from damage caused by free radicals. Vitamin E also helps retain moisture in the hair, reducing brittleness and breakage. Vitamin E nourishes the scalp, improves blood circulation, and promotes a healthy environment for hair growth (4).

10. Iron: Iron deficiency is a common cause of hair loss. Iron plays a crucial role in carrying oxygen to the hair follicles, promoting their growth and health. It also aids in the production of red blood cells, which transport oxygen throughout the body (3).

11.Zinc: Zinc is involved in numerous cellular processes, including hair growth and repair. It helps regulate the oil glands on the scalp, keeping it moisturized. It also has a mild effect in blocking DHT. Zinc deficiency can lead to hair loss and slow hair growth.

12. Selenium – Selenium has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Selenium deficiency is associated with hair loss (8).

13. Grape seed extract – Grape seed extract is rich in antioxidants, such as proanthocyanidins. It helps combat oxidative stress, protecting hair follicles from damage. The anti-inflammatory properties help reduce inflammation in the scalp. A grape seed extract has been reported to have vasodilatory properties, meaning it can help widen blood vessels and improve blood circulation. Improved blood flow to the scalp can enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles, supporting their growth and overall hair health (10).

14. Hyaluronic acidHyaluronic acid helps attract and retain moisture in the scalp, blocking dryness and flakiness, which can contribute to hair breakage and a compromised scalp environment. Hyaluronic acid can enhance the elasticity of the hair strands. It helps restore and maintain the hair’s structural integrity, resulting in smoother, more resilient strands.Its moisturizing properties also support scalp health. By providing hydration, it helps maintain a balanced and healthy scalp environment (11)


  1. Basit, A., Asghar, F., Sadaf, S., & Akhtar, M. W. (2018). Health improvement of human hair and their reshaping using recombinant keratin K31. Biotechnology reports (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 20, e00288.
  2. Holwerda, A. M., & van Loon, L. J. (2022). The impact of collagen protein ingestion on musculoskeletal connective tissue remodeling: a narrative review. Nutrition reviews, 80(6), 1497-1514.
  3. Rushton, D. H. (2002). Nutritional factors and hair loss. Clinical and experimental dermatology, 27(5), 396-404.
  4. Hosking, A. M., Juhasz, M., & Atanaskova Mesinkovska, N. (2019). Complementary and alternative treatments for alopecia: a comprehensive review. Skin appendage disorders, 5(2), 72-89.
  5. Ruiz-Tagle, S. A., Figueira, M. M., Vial, V., Espinoza-Benavides, L., & Miteva, M. (2018). Micronutrients in hair loss. Our Dermatology Online/Nasza Dermatologia Online, 9(3).
  6. Natarelli, N., Gahoonia, N., & Sivamani, R. K. (2023). Integrative and Mechanistic Approach to the Hair Growth Cycle and Hair Loss. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 12(3), 893. MDPI AG.
  7. Almohanna, H. M., Ahmed, A. A., Tsatalis, J. P., & Tosti, A. (2019). The Role of Vitamins and Minerals in Hair Loss: A Review. Dermatology and therapy, 9(1), 51–70.
  8. Adelman, M. J., Bedford, L. M., & Potts, G. A. (2021). Clinical efficacy of popular oral hair growth supplement ingredients. International Journal of Dermatology, 60(10), 1199-1210.
  9. Goluch-Koniuszy, Z. S. (2016). Nutrition of women with hair loss problem during the period of menopause. Menopause Review/Przegląd Menopauzalny15(1), 56-61.
  10. Clouatre, D. L., Kandaswami, C., & Connolly, K. M. (2005). Grape seed extract. Encyclopedia of dietary supplements, 309-325.
  11. Göllner, I., Voss, W., von Hehn, U., & Kammerer, S. (2017). Ingestion of an oral hyaluronan solution improves skin hydration, wrinkle reduction, elasticity, and skin roughness: Results of a clinical study. Journal of evidence-based complementary & alternative medicine, 22(4), 816-823.



1. When can I expect to see results?

Some individuals may start noticing improvements within a few weeks, it is generally recommended to use haircare supplements consistently for at least three months to assess their effectiveness. This timeframe allows for the nutrients and ingredients in the supplements to nourish the hair follicles, promote healthier hair growth, and address any underlying deficiencies or issues. However, please note that individual results may vary

2. Is it suitable for all hair types?

Yes, haircare supplement is suitable for all hair types. The nutrients and ingredients in haircare supplements provide essential support to the hair follicles and contribute to healthier hair growth, regardless of individual hair type.

Suggested Use

Adults take 1 scoop daily with 200ml of water post meal.

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