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Scientifically Proven! See Ingredients | Herbology

Tall and elegant flower heads, Carthamus Tinctorius, further known as Safflower is a thistle-like cultivated plant native to rainy environments, mostly used to make vegetable oil with its seeds.

In Natural Regain, we use this herbaceous botanical as a 5a-reductase enzyme inhibitor, which effectively blocks DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) which is the most common cause of hair loss in 2019. Various tests using 17 traditional plants concluded that Safflower is the most potent out of all hair growth promoters because of its properties of improving scalp circulation stimulating hair growth and strength of hair follicles.

Research and tests on mice also confirm that Carthamus Tinctorius promoted the growth of hair. Not only does Safflower promote hair growth but it also protects the scalp and hair follicles. Oleic acid and linoleic acid both are beneficial to the hair. Oleic acid is capable of protecting both the scalp and the hair while also nourishing and providing hydration to a large extent. It is light in texture and penetrates the skin easily. It is also rich in Vitamin E, a wonderful skin nourisher which has a reputation of being called nickname the “hair growth oil” and used mainly by women experiencing hair loss and thinning hair. Because of its moisturizing properties, this herb extract works well particularly for people whose hair is dry most of the time. It repairs damaged hair and also can keep your hair shiny and radiant. Traditionally women used Safflower oil to keep their hair healthy and shiny. The oil is massaged onto the scalp leaving hair glowing.

When applied to the scalp, Carthamus Tinctorius acts as a vasodilator which dilates the blood vessels, resulting in supply of more nutrients to hair follicles through blood circulation. It can penetrate each individual hair shaft easily gently entering the skin cuticle cell and providing intense injection of nutrition where it’s needed the most.

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