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Hair Growth

Androgenic Alopecia

Also known as Male/female pattern baldness.  This is a very common form of hair loss for both men and women.  For men, overtime the hair line starts to recede starting above the temples to form the characteristic "M" shape.  Hair also thins at the crown (near the top of the head), often progressing to partial or complete baldness.  In women, the pattern differs from men, the hair becomes thinner all over the head.  The hairline does not recede, and very rarely does it lead to total baldness in women.

Androgenic Alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss for both men & women.  This form of hair loss affects an estimated 50 million men and 30 million women in North America.

Causes: A variety of genetic and environmental factors play a role in causing androgenic alopecia.  However, some certain medical conditions & medications can also be the cause, such as, coronary heart disease, prostate cancer, hypertension (high blood pressure), and inability to properly absorb insulin for diabetes & polycystic ovary syndrome.  Annual physicals are always recommended, to ensure you are properly taking care of your  body.

Hair Growth: Hair growth begins (anagen stage) under the skin in follicles.  Each strand of hair normally grows for 2 to 6 years.  Then it goes into a resting phase (catagen stage) for several months & then falls out (telogen stage).   The cycle starts over when the follicle begins to grow a new hair.  DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is derived from testosterone by the 5-α reductase enzyme, which is active within the hair follicle cells of both men and women.

High levels of DHT trigger the “hair loss genes” of the cells and prevents normal hair growth. The supply of blood and nutrients is compromised and the hair grows thinner and shorter until it is completely eliminated.  This biological process is also known as follicle miniaturization

(follicles that shrink over time).

What Can Be Done?

Eve's Face & Body Bar has a solution!

Now offering a new hair growth treatment. 

 The first thing to understand is that follicles which were completely eliminated (i.e. completed the miniaturization process and died) are not likely to be restored. The good news is that ongoing miniaturization can be reversed, and shrinking follicles can restore their healthy function if treated in time. So what can we do to reverse DHT-induced hair miniaturization?

  • Block the formation of DHT within hair follicles.
  • Re-anchor the hair follicle with its roots
  • Replenish micro-circulation that brings oxygen and nutrients to the roots
  • Supply all the nutrients, vitamins and proteins required for healthy hair function
  • Make sure the skin tissue around the follicle is healthy and functioning properly

XCELLARIS PRO, the new Hair Growth treatment by Dermaroller, was designed to create the optimal conditions for reversing the process of hair loss.

XCELLARIS PRO is based on natural & highly potent active ingredients which target the hair follicles and the surrounding skin tissue.  Unlike regular topical products, the active ingredients of XCELLARIS PRO go beyond the surface of the scalp and penetrate deeper into the skin. The eDermaStamp creates thousands of micro-channels which significantly increase the absorption of active ingredients, ensuring maximum treatment efficacy.


Xcellaris Pro

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Powerful Active Ingredients

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Corn Seed Extract, Rosemary Oil, Sage Oil, Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid & Grape Seed Oil.

More Powerful Active Ingredients

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Ginseng Extract, Caffeine, B-Vitamin Complex, Copper Peptide, Saw Palmetto Berry Extract, Biotin & Amino-Acid Complex.