The skin on our scalp is more similar to the skin on our face than we think. Our scalp ages as we get older, gets damaged over time and exposure to UV rays and pollution, and with the passage of time, cellular turnover becomes slower as well.
And just like how our skin takes longer to renews itself, the hair bulbs in our scalp also regenerate at a delayed rate. As a result, our hair regrows slower and thinner. To kick-start the process, it is important to deliver nutrients so hair growth can be restored for fuller, dense locks.