Hair Loss Reasons for Men


For men hair loss issue, around 80 to 90 % is classified as Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA) .Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA) is a classical case of hair loss resulting from the imbalance of androgens. AGA is the transformation of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) — a ‘faulty’ male hormone that instructs cells not to regenerate new hair.

Two types of 5α-reductase convert testosterone to DHT: *Type-I 5α-reductase, present in large quantity in sebaceous glands *Type-II 5α-reductase, present in large quantity in the hair papilla

Male Hair Loss: Multiple Triggers

Common Misconception When Curing Hair Loss in Men: Mono targeting by addressing male androgens like DHT

New Scientific Discovery: 

  • Multiple triggers, such as aging, free radicals, UV exposure, stress, pollution and chemical styling, can disrupt the growth cycle of hair, resulting in significant loss.

  • A permanent solution identifies the MULTIPLE TRIGGERS at the root of poor hair health and adopts a MUTLI TARGETED AND MULTI STEP approach to address the problem.

Internal and External Triggers
For Male Hair Loss

Hair Loss
  • Physical and emotional stress
  • Endocrinopathy
  • Oral medication (blood thinning agents, antihypertensive agents, etc.)
  • Local impairment of circulation due to tension in the scalp
  • Reduction in physiological functions of the scalp
  • Reduction in hair follicle function due to male hormones
  • Reduction in metabolic functions of hair follicles and hair bulbs

Multi-Targeted and Multi Step Solution for Hair Loss


Average no. of hairs on a global surface of 600cm2 in the human scalp



Scalp hair lost each day


Percentage of men with noticeable hair loss by age 35
(this reaches 65% by age 60!)