HOW NOURÁGE WORKS
Nouráge utilizes your own metabolic process to build healthier hair from the inside out. Topical keratin treatments and hair health products sold in salons only mask symptoms of poor hair health, and do little to address the underlying causes. As part of a healthy lifestyle, Nouráge helps ensure your body has the right building blocks to grow thicker, stronger, healthier hair. Hair is made up of the protein keratin that contains a high concentration of certain sulfur-containing amino acids. These amino acids are different from those that make up muscles and other parts of the human body. When these essential amino acids are deficient, new hair becomes weak. Nouráge is a replenishing supplement that encourages hair growth and and strength, and gives you the confidence and well-being you deserve.
Keratin, Nouráge’s natural, active ingredient, is normally an insoluble protein that forms the principal structure of hair and fingernails. However, in the preparation of the Nouráge formula, a special process is used to enhance the solubility, absorbtion, and bio-assimilation of keratin. Just as our bones become more brittle without adequate calcium supplementation in our diets, our hair becomes weaker and thinner without keratin supplementation to the hair follicles. Nouráge hair growth supplements are a natural way to provide hair follicles the nutrients they need to do their job.
The Anagen Phase
The Growth Stage (lasts 2-7 years)
Cells in the root quickly divide and create new hair at the base of the follicle, pushing the rest of the strand out. When people say “my hair grows fast”, they actually mean they are in anagen phase for a longer period of time—anything short of two years results in balding.
The Catagen Phase
The Transition Stage (lasts 2-3 weeks)
At the end of the Anagen Phase, hair growth “takes a break.” It stops growing and prepares to fall out and renew itself—but it’s still attached to the root. This is different than hair death because the hair is still in the normal, healthy hair growth cycle.
The Telogen Phase
The Rest Stage (lasts 3-4 months)
The club hair (a nonliving hair) is fully formed. If the hair is pulled out from the root, the tip is covered in a waxy white substance. Telogen hairs, which are technically dead, fall out on their own. These are the hairs you see on your pillow, in the sink or shower drain or what gets stuck in your hair brush. At the end of the resting phase, the anagen phase begins and a new hair grows in its place. To read more about telogen phase related hair loss, click here.
To make the most of hair in the growth stage, give it the building blocks it needs by consuming a healthy diet and supplementing with Nouráge. If hair doesn’t receive the essential protein, vitamins and minerals it needs, the growth phase can be shortened, which may result in overall weakness and thinning.