How Much Hair We Have?

On average, each person’s head carries approximately 100,000 to as many as 150,000 hair follicles.

Each hair follicle grows to about 20 new hairs in a lifetime. A single strand of hair grows for several years and can reach over a meter in length. Each hair falls out eventually and is replaced with a new one by the hair follicle.


100,00 Hair Follicles at birth – this is all we have throughout our lives, with no new follicles growing on our scalp afterwards. This is why, as we step
into adulthood, the density of our hair becomes reduced as the scalp expands, but the number of hair follicles remain the
Each of these go through repeated cycles of growth called the Hair Growth Cycle. How this cycle works is that each of these
follicles undergo repeated cycles of active growth followed by rest. Through this growth cycle, everyone loses between 50 to 80 hairs a day. Hair naturally falls out at the end of the growing period.
However, some people may start to lose more hair and the number of follicles capable of growing hair decline naturally.
This abnormal hair shedding is called Alopecia. Although there are many causes of Alopecia, the most common cause that accounts for 95% of hair loss in men is
called ‘Androgenetic Alopecia’ or Male Pattern Baldness. In Women, this is characterised by diffused thinning throughout the hair bearing area. Sometimes, the causes and duration of hair loss can be temporary (e.g.: pregnancy), where it is called Telogen Effluvium.

We have developed a treatment that not only prevents hair loss efficiently but also can regrowth hair back quickly and organically.


In areas with a high blood oxygenation, testosterone doesn’t easily convert into DHT


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Blood oxygenation prevents DHT formation (the male hormone that attacks the hair follicles)
Blood oxygenation prevents DHT formation