Seppic has revealed the results of clinical study on its natural nutraceutical ingredient Ceramosides on hair loss.
The study was carried out on a panel of women of all ages suffering from non-pathological hair loss.
In three months, the results found a significant growth by 12.5% in hair length versus placebo, and a twofold increase in the number of hairs in the growth phase: +11,000 (versus less than 5,000 for the placebo group).
The study also found a significant reduction by 27% in hair loss versus placebo, a significant improvement in hair resistance to breakage through enhanced hair elasticity, and a significant reduction of scalp sebum in women with a tendency towards oiliness.
Obtained from wheat lipids and rich in phytoceramides, Ceramosides is vegan, guaranteed with no GMOs, no additives, no preservatives and is gluten-free, as well as kosher and available in organic grade.
“The maintenance and renewal of healthy hair is directly correlated with its lipid composition,” said a Seppic spokeswoman.
“This is why ceramides, known for their involvement in the formation of intracellular lipids, play a key role and act as a barrier protecting the hair cuticle,” she added.