Inhairit’s Natural Ingredients
Inhairit uses a proprietary blend of natural ingredients to block the effects of DHT on the hair follicle and enhance the basic elements that enable healthy scalp conditions, making it an effective female and male hair loss treatment.
In addition to being a DHT Blocker, Inhairit works to restore the environment on the scalp and balance conditions in the body so that healthy hair may grow.
Research on our individual natural ingredients was carried out by the Medical Botany Research Group.
Serenoa Repens (Saw Palmetto)
Saw Palmetto commonly recognized for its ability to prevent and restore hair loss.
Saw Palmetto is one of the more charming members of the Palm family. While not an elaborate looking specimen it has adequate visual appeal to have gained some popularity as a decorative plant.
More importantly—it has great medical qualities. There is keen interest in the ability of its berries to treat enlarged prostate glands, and it also acts as a diuretic. There is even speculation that it may aid in the prevention of prostate cancer. More information on Saw Palmetto
Eclipta Alba (Bhringraj)
This is an herb that goes by many names: Eclipta protstrata L, yerba de tago and bhringraj. By western terms it’s best known as False Daisy. When many cultures take an interest in the same medicinal herb it inevitably creates worldwide interest and ultimately becomes prominent in a variety of medical fields. This is the case with Bhringraj—the plant is becoming vastly recognized for its many medicinal properties.
It is used to counteract the snakebite venom in China and Brazil and in Ayurvedic medicine and it is coveted for its effective treatment for liver ailments. Although each country seems to have its favorite use for the herb, many of them subscribe to its substantial properties for inducing hair growth. This is a significant finding and one that is already the subject of much research. More information on Bhringraj
Equisetum Arvense (Horsetail)
Also known as field horsetail or common horsetail, this is a popular ingredient in hair growth products because it contains components required by the body to keep hair in its optimum condition such as silicon and calcium. More information on Horsetail
Laminaria Digitata (Kelp)
Once a herbal treatment has undergone the often slow process of being embraced by the western world it can increase in popularity very quickly. This is exactly what happened with laminaria digitata, or kelp, as it's commonly known. In other words, seaweed.
Strictly speaking Kelp is not a herb, but because of its components it can easily be thought of as being in the same category. Kelp is rich in polymers and both essential and non-essential amino acids—components that are found in the skin and which maintain its elasticity, moisture and optimum health. More information on Kelp
Ocimum Sanctum L. (Holy Basil)
Yet another herb that is finding its rightful place among the natural remedies that are readily being adopted by the western world. Holy Basil is more easily recognized and accepted by many, perhaps because it has been a beneficial food staple in many countries for a long time.
It is widely used in high quality skin care products and hair products because of its anti bacterial qualities. More information on Holy Basil
Mentha X Piperita (Peppermint)
Finally an herb that everyone recognizes. But not everyone knows about peppermint’s medicinal benefits. It's quite likely that out of all the herbs peppermint is the most validated in its medicinal qualities.
Peppermint is known to increase circulation, including circulation to the scalp. This results in the delivery of more nutrients to the hair follicle making it more difficult for DHT to carry out its destruction of the follicle. More information on Peppermint
Terminalia Chebula (Myrobalan)
Terminalia chebula may not play a major role when it comes to hair loss and restoration, but it does its part. And consider that when one herb is combined with the components of other herbs they can enhance one another’s powers.
In some countries this is used as a food staple and in the Avurvedic treatments it holds a high place. Its properties are recognized as being anti-viral as well as being astringent. It is known to be favorable in treating skin conditions like psoriasis—and in turn may indirectly benefit the hair too.More information on Myrobalan
Capsicum Annuum (Cayenne)
Cayenne is one of the known potent natural medicines of nature and it plays a very significant role when it comes to androgenetic alopecia.
Cayenne has a multitude of beneficial uses for the body, but for the purpose of hair health it is valued for the treatment for psoriasis; its ability to improve circulation; and it’s a fat burner—possibly capable of breaking down the waxy substance around the hair follicle responsible for hair loss. More information on Cayenne