stimulates hair growth
Hair grows everywhere on our body except on the palms of our hands and the soles of our feet.
An average human adult is the proud owner of approximately 150,000 hairs on her/his head, but also loses up to 100 of them per day. A lot of people, however, own a rather broad hair line, that even may spread over the complete skull. Virtually all individuals will face sooner or later involutional alopecia (old age hair loss) and that can only be delayed by providing the hair follicles with a frequent shot of essential nutrients (B vitamins and some metal ions). A low-protein diet or severely calorie-restricted diet frequently causes temporary hair loss. Alopecia areata (spot baldness) and alopecia universalis (total body hair fall-out, including eyebrows & eye lashes) are auto-immune disorders for which no general treatment is available.