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Understanding Hair Loss.

Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss. Hair loss may occur naturally or be related to certain diseases or specific medications. Depending on the cause, symptoms of hair loss can range from thinning hair to total loss of all body hair. Some examples of types of Alopecia are Male-Pattern baldness, Female-Pattern baldness, and Alopecia areata.

Everyone loses hair. This is a normal occurrence, and most people can lose anywhere from 50-100 strands per day. While there are many causes, hair loss may be due to fluctuations in hormone levels, stress, medications, or other disease. The most common cause of hair loss however is hereditary.
Statistics show approximately 80 million people in the United States have this type of hair loss. The good news is most causes of hair loss can be treated!

EXCLUSIVE HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

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PELAGE

Pelage, Victory Select’s Hair Growth formula can RESTORE your hair and confidence with the latest in tricho-technology with our synergistic topical formulation that, for the first time, integrates the powerful antioxidant quercetin with three FDA-approved medications for growing hair: minoxidil, finasteride, and bimatoprost. We also offer a proprietary oral formulation that features pharmaceutical-grade vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, this combination of products is everything you need to grow thicker, fuller hair! Pelage Topical is indicated for new hair growth. Pelage Oral is for thicker, fuller, faster growing hair

Ingredients

Scalp spray

Finasteride – a specific inhibitor of 5-alpha-reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone into a more potent form called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which subsequently shrinks the hair follicle. With less DHT, hair follicles are more active and capable of producing full grown hair.

Minoxidil – The only FDA-approved medication for male and female alopecia, minoxidil opens up blood vessels by relaxing vascular smooth muscle cells which allows improved oxygenation of the hair follicle. It is also thought to stimulate the production of growth factors and promoters that enhances hair growth.

Quercetin – a potent antioxidant and antimicrobial that slows down the production of certain prostaglandins that shrink hair follicles and cause hair loss.

Bimatoprost – a synthetic analogue of prostaglandin F2 that promotes hair growth by prolonging the anagen (growth) phase. It is also involved in melanogenesis, a biological process that increases the production of melanin, which is the pigment that gives hair its color.

Dimethyl sulfone – a penetration enhancer by nature, MSM improves minoxidil absorption across the skin resulting in increased minoxidil concentration in the hair follicles and the subsequent improvement of hair follicle oxygenation.

AM capsule

Vitamin A – this fat-soluble vitamin is important for proper hair follicle structure; a deficiency in this vitamin leads to deformation of hair follicles that results in slower cell cycle speed and decreased hair cell generation.

Thiamine – B1 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an integral part of carbohydrate metabolism and energy production and is involved in the proper functioning of the cardiovascular and nervous systems.

Riboflavin – Vitamin B2 is involved in many critical processes in hair formation including iron absorption, collagen formation, and glutathione production.

Niacinamide – Vitamin B3 promotes blood flow and facilitates circulation, removal of toxins, and delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicle. It is also converted into nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) which coordinates numerous oxidation-reduction reactions.

PantothenateVitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, is an important molecule involved in the Coenzyme A construct and the metabolism of carbohydrates, synthesis and degradation of fatty acids, and steroid hormones.

Pyridoxine – Vitamin B6 is a coenzyme involved in numerous metabolic transformations of proteins and amino acids, including transamination, decarboxylation, desulfurization, synthesis, and cleavage. It helps to build hair follicles by incorporating nutrients like cystine into the hair cell.

Folic Acid – Vitamin B9 is a methyl-group donor and is important In the formation of nucleic acids, red blood cells and hemoglobin which transports oxygen to tissues that build hair. Folate is responsible for the stimulation of rebuilding hair follicle cells, prevents hair graying and falling out, and regulates sebum gland functionality.

Methylcobalamin – the biologically active, or methylated, form of B12 is important in nucleic acid formation and other cellular functions such as cell division, cell replication, and homocysteine metabolism.

Biotin – also known as Vitamin B7, it serves as a coenzyme in carboxylation reactions and influences fat and protein metabolism. It has been shown to contribute to more complete hair regrowth in alopecia patients.

Ascorbic Acid – Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that reduces oxidative stress by eliminating free-radicals and is also utilized by the body for collagen biosynthesis and hair-shaft elongation.

Cholecalciferol – Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that, once activated by our body, functions as a steroid hormone that stimulates hair follicles to grow.

Tocopherol – Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that reduces lipid peroxidation and quenchs free-radicals that have a detrimental effect on hair growth processes.

Silicon – this element helps to improve the appearance and shine of hair through collagen cross-linking.

PM capsule

Copper – a mineral that is crucial for hair integrity and color through its coordination of sulfur bridges that contribute to the strength and elasticity of hair. It also increases the activity of enzymes like superoxide dismutase which are important in combating free-radicals that play a role in alopecia pathogenesis. A copper deficiency results in hair that is brittle, weak, and tends toward early graying.

Zinc – an essential mineral that helps form keratin and coordinates hundreds of enzymes such as alkaline phosphatase, which is important in tissues with high proliferative activity, such as hair follicles. Thin and brittle hair results from zinc deficiency.

L-Isoleucine – an essential branched chain amino acid that is a component to hair and facilitates the K+ ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Leucine – an essential branched chain amino acid that is a component to hair and facilitates the K+ ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Lysine – an essential amino acid that is a component to hair and is involved in multiple biochemical processes including receptor affinity, protease-cleavage points, nuclear structure and function, and the biosynthesis of carnitine, collagen, and elastin. A lysine deficiency would decrease hair growth and increase the risk of hair breakage.

L-Methionine – a sulfur-containing essential AA that forms sulfur-chains that comprise the basic structure of hair. Methionine also enhances the synthesis of our bodies most potent antioxidant: glutathione.

L-Tyrosine – an amino acid that helps form hair and gives hair its color by increasing the production of melanin via tyrosine oxidation in melanocytes.

Threonine – an essential amino acid that is a component of hair and is important for hair growth, especially the threonine-rich regions of keratin strands.

Valine – Branched-chain essential amino acid that partially comprises hair and interacts with the potassium ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Arginine – an amino acid that partially comprises hair and serves as a precursor molecule of nitric oxide that helps improve blood flow by relaxing endothelial smooth muscle. 

N-acetyl-cysteine – an amino acid that provides the building blocks for the formation of cystine, a molecule that is very important in hair growth. It is also an important precursor to our bodies most important antioxidant, glutathione, which helps protect against toxic substances and free-radical damage.

L-Proline – a cyclic, non-essential amino acid that partially comprises hair and is involved in the production of collagen.

PELAGE

Pelage, Victory Select’s Hair Growth formula can RESTORE your hair and confidence with the latest in tricho-technology with our synergistic topical formulation that, for the first time, integrates the powerful antioxidant quercetin with three FDA-approved medications for growing hair: minoxidil, finasteride, and bimatoprost. We also offer a proprietary oral formulation that features pharmaceutical-grade vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, this combination of products is everything you need to grow thicker, fuller hair! Pelage Topical is indicated for new hair growth. Pelage Oral is for thicker, fuller, faster growing hair

Ingredients

Scalp spray

Finasteride – a specific inhibitor of 5-alpha-reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone into a more potent form called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which subsequently shrinks the hair follicle. With less DHT, hair follicles are more active and capable of producing full grown hair.

Minoxidil – The only FDA-approved medication for male and female alopecia, minoxidil opens up blood vessels by relaxing vascular smooth muscle cells which allows improved oxygenation of the hair follicle. It is also thought to stimulate the production of growth factors and promoters that enhances hair growth.

Quercetin – a potent antioxidant and antimicrobial that slows down the production of certain prostaglandins that shrink hair follicles and cause hair loss.

Bimatoprost – a synthetic analogue of prostaglandin F2 that promotes hair growth by prolonging the anagen (growth) phase. It is also involved in melanogenesis, a biological process that increases the production of melanin, which is the pigment that gives hair its color.

Dimethyl sulfone – a penetration enhancer by nature, MSM improves minoxidil absorption across the skin resulting in increased minoxidil concentration in the hair follicles and the subsequent improvement of hair follicle oxygenation.

AM capsule

Vitamin A – this fat-soluble vitamin is important for proper hair follicle structure; a deficiency in this vitamin leads to deformation of hair follicles that results in slower cell cycle speed and decreased hair cell generation.

Thiamine – B1 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an integral part of carbohydrate metabolism and energy production and is involved in the proper functioning of the cardiovascular and nervous systems.

Riboflavin – Vitamin B2 is involved in many critical processes in hair formation including iron absorption, collagen formation, and glutathione production.

Niacinamide – Vitamin B3 promotes blood flow and facilitates circulation, removal of toxins, and delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicle. It is also converted into nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) which coordinates numerous oxidation-reduction reactions.

PantothenateVitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, is an important molecule involved in the Coenzyme A construct and the metabolism of carbohydrates, synthesis and degradation of fatty acids, and steroid hormones.

Pyridoxine – Vitamin B6 is a coenzyme involved in numerous metabolic transformations of proteins and amino acids, including transamination, decarboxylation, desulfurization, synthesis, and cleavage. It helps to build hair follicles by incorporating nutrients like cystine into the hair cell.

Folic Acid – Vitamin B9 is a methyl-group donor and is important In the formation of nucleic acids, red blood cells and hemoglobin which transports oxygen to tissues that build hair. Folate is responsible for the stimulation of rebuilding hair follicle cells, prevents hair graying and falling out, and regulates sebum gland functionality.

Methylcobalamin – the biologically active, or methylated, form of B12 is important in nucleic acid formation and other cellular functions such as cell division, cell replication, and homocysteine metabolism.

Biotin – also known as Vitamin B7, it serves as a coenzyme in carboxylation reactions and influences fat and protein metabolism. It has been shown to contribute to more complete hair regrowth in alopecia patients.

Ascorbic Acid – Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that reduces oxidative stress by eliminating free-radicals and is also utilized by the body for collagen biosynthesis and hair-shaft elongation.

Cholecalciferol – Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that, once activated by our body, functions as a steroid hormone that stimulates hair follicles to grow.

Tocopherol – Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that reduces lipid peroxidation and quenchs free-radicals that have a detrimental effect on hair growth processes.

Silicon – this element helps to improve the appearance and shine of hair through collagen cross-linking.

PM capsule

Copper – a mineral that is crucial for hair integrity and color through its coordination of sulfur bridges that contribute to the strength and elasticity of hair. It also increases the activity of enzymes like superoxide dismutase which are important in combating free-radicals that play a role in alopecia pathogenesis. A copper deficiency results in hair that is brittle, weak, and tends toward early graying.

Zinc – an essential mineral that helps form keratin and coordinates hundreds of enzymes such as alkaline phosphatase, which is important in tissues with high proliferative activity, such as hair follicles. Thin and brittle hair results from zinc deficiency.

L-Isoleucine – an essential branched chain amino acid that is a component to hair and facilitates the K+ ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Leucine – an essential branched chain amino acid that is a component to hair and facilitates the K+ ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Lysine – an essential amino acid that is a component to hair and is involved in multiple biochemical processes including receptor affinity, protease-cleavage points, nuclear structure and function, and the biosynthesis of carnitine, collagen, and elastin. A lysine deficiency would decrease hair growth and increase the risk of hair breakage.

L-Methionine – a sulfur-containing essential AA that forms sulfur-chains that comprise the basic structure of hair. Methionine also enhances the synthesis of our bodies most potent antioxidant: glutathione.

L-Tyrosine – an amino acid that helps form hair and gives hair its color by increasing the production of melanin via tyrosine oxidation in melanocytes.

Threonine – an essential amino acid that is a component of hair and is important for hair growth, especially the threonine-rich regions of keratin strands.

Valine – Branched-chain essential amino acid that partially comprises hair and interacts with the potassium ion channel permeability in the hair follicle that leads to improved oxygenation and subsequent hair growth.

L-Arginine – an amino acid that partially comprises hair and serves as a precursor molecule of nitric oxide that helps improve blood flow by relaxing endothelial smooth muscle. 

N-acetyl-cysteine – an amino acid that provides the building blocks for the formation of cystine, a molecule that is very important in hair growth. It is also an important precursor to our bodies most important antioxidant, glutathione, which helps protect against toxic substances and free-radical damage.

L-Proline – a cyclic, non-essential amino acid that partially comprises hair and is involved in the production of collagen.

Effects of Hair Loss

Hair growth is often tied to your self-image. Hair loss can diminish your feeling of attractiveness to others. It can also be tied to a changing sense of self and stretch out into feelings of loss of control and increasing isolation. People have a difficult time expressing their feelings about hair loss to others. In extreme cases, hair loss can lead to depression.

Anyone experiencing these changes to the self-image should look into hair loss treatments, including hair loss medication. Treating hair loss can improve your mental health and give you an improved outlook on life.

What You Can Do About Hair Loss

One thing you can do to avoid hair loss is to be gentle when cleaning and brushing your hair. You’ll also want to avoid getting too much sun, and you should avoid smoking. Be sure to read your medications to see if they are causing hair loss. You can talk to us about buying hair growth medication online as well.

Doctors and scientists have developed a number of hair loss medications that work. Our hair loss treatment includes Minoxidil and Finasteride, among other ingredients. With us, you can see a doctor online to get a hair growth prescription and start your hair growth treatment. Pelage is available in both topical and oral formulas, providing different treatments for different types of hair loss.

Why Buy Hair Growth Medication Online?

We make it easy to take steps that can be hurdles. We connect you with a doctor online, who will look at you and your type of hair loss to make a diagnosis and determine a treatment plan. Then, we mail the hair growth treatments directly to your door. Nothing could be more convenient.

CONSUMER INFORMATION USE AND DISCLAIMER

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