Good Things Found in Nature

24th Nov 2018

Good Things Found in Nature

Scientists at heart, we have taken our knowledge in hair biology and searched for the most beautifying scalp and hair solutions from our most prized possession- nature!

By taking hair care to the roots, restoring the hair cycle and combining natural botanical extracts and revolutionary formulations, we have developed a range that delivers longer, stronger, healthier, thick hair that is touchable, with lustrous shine and effortless control.

We are the first topical product that targets the hair follicle directly and is backed by real studies on real people showing real results.

The culmination of over 10 years of dedicated research, we’ve unlocked the secrets of the hair cycle with our patented blend of botanicals that fight FGF5.

But, what exactly is FGF5?

FGF5 is a key player in the hair cycle. Its only role is to signal hair to stop growing. More FGF5 means shorter growth phases, slower growth, more hair fall and thinner poor quality hair.

Blocking FGF5 allows you to take control of the hair cycle by extending the growth phase resulting in more hair growing, less hair resting, and longer, stronger, thicker, healthier hair.

Good things come in threes…

What are the natural game-changers when it comes to blocking FGF5?

Sanguisorba Officinalis
Commonly known as the Great Burnet, this wildflower can be found in the fields of Europe. This root extract is a key component in the évolis FGF5 inhibitor blend

Rosa Multiflora
This fruit extract from the Japanese Rose is a potent FGF5 blocker. It has a soft, clean fragrance that is appealing to both men and women.

Swertia Chirata
Traditionally used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, this extract is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound. It helps to maintain the health of the follicles and scalp.



About the Author

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Dr Dominic Burg
PhD, Chief Scientist

Dr Dominic Burg is a biochemist and systems biologist with expertise in hair and scalp biology, particularly hair cycle signalling. An accomplished science communicator with a career spanning academic research and the private sector, Dr Burg is the Chief Scientist for pioneering hair and scalp health leaders évolis.

 

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