GRADUAL HAIR LOSS
Blood flow to the scalp is essential for well-balanced hair growth. The micro-circulatory system is what ensures the hair follicle receives the optimal supply of all the elements needed for good hair growth: vitamins (in particular B5, B6, and B8,) trace elements, oxygen, energy (vitamin B3, arginine, etc.,) and amino acids (arginine, methionine, cysteine, etc.) Poor micro-circulation makes hair loss worse.
A hydrolipidic film made of sebum and sweat protects the surface of the scalp and hair. The sebum secretion is regulated by the hormone testosterone. Too much of this hormone causes over-production of sebum which can make hair loss worse.
RIGIDIFICATION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE DERMIS
A healthy scalp contains hair bulbs anchored within the dermis, which acts like a protective cocoon. The composition of the dermis (elastin, collagen) and its elasticity are key to ensuring optimal hair growth. If the dermis becomes rigid or inflamed, this can make hair loss worse.