évolis® is a pioneering anti-ageing hair care collection focused on harnessing the latest scientific research to give you thicker, stronger, healthier hair! Our scientists are hair biologists, who have developed patented formulas based on real clinical studies, with real results on real people.

With years of experience in Japan and Australia we have helped thousands of men and women see and feel the benefits of our natural actives and antioxidants in transforming their hair.

Hair loss is determined by FGF5

A naturally occurring protein found in the scalp that controls the hair life cycle by slowing down hair growth and signaling hair to fall out in both men and women. Hormones, genetics, changes in diet, stress, illness (such as COVID-19), trauma and age can upset the hair growth cycle leading to ongoing hair thinning and hair loss. By blocking FGF5 you can achieve thicker, stronger, healthier hair!

How it works:

Our hair growth cycle is responsible for the ageing of our hair. By controlling the hair growth cycle and keeping it in the growth phase (anagen phase), you will have more hair growing at any one time resulting in thicker, fuller, healthy looking hair.
Key active botanicals
What can I expect from using évolis®?
  • Less hair fall in the first 30 days
  • Short fine hairs visible in thinning areas in 30—60 days
  • Change in hair texture to smoother and more manageable hair in 60—90 days
  • Increased hair denisity in 90—120 days
  • Increased hair density in 90—120 days
  • Thicker, stronger, healthier hair in 120+ days

Real results from real customers

What causes ageing brittle hair?


A key culprit in hair loss and hair thinning. Over time, the hair cycle becomes shorter, hair fall increases and hair becomes finer.


The stress hormone cortisol can make changes in our bodies that can lead to more hair follicles entering the resting phase. Chronic ongoing stress puts additional pressure on the hair growth cycle leading to poor hair growth and increased hair fall.


Childbirth, menopause, thyroid and birth control can all contribute to hair loss. Changes in hormones can dramatically affect the hair growth cycle.


Nutritional deficiencies can cause hair thinning and hair loss. Lacking certain vitamins due to dramatic weight loss, imbalanced or restrictive diets can mean your body will direct nutrient supply to essential functions rather than hair growth.


The body responds to illness by altering its use of energy away from the hair to fighting the illness. This combined with an inflammatory response can disrupt the hair growth cycle, often leading to telogen effluvium (sudden rapid hair loss).


An autoimmune disease is where the body mistakenly attacks itself. There are two autoimmune diseases that cause hair loss: Alopecia Areata (hair loss in round patches on the scalp) and Alopecia Universalis (hair loss all over the body).

Clinical Studies