Hair loss

Why exactly after menopause?

During menopause, a woman's hormone levels become imbalanced and interfere with hair growth.

The background: Up until menopause, a woman's hair roots are protected by a high share of female hormones (oestrogen). After menopause, this share will decrease and the impact of male hormones will increase.

The consequence: The hair grows thinner, falls out prematurely, the scalp becomes visible and the hairline recedes.

What can Plantur 39 do against this?

In collaboration with the Dermatology Department of the Jena University Clinic, Dr. Wolff-Research developed a phyto-caffeine complex that protects the hair roots from hormone-induced states of exhaustion.

It prevents testosterone from attacking the hair roots and restricting the supply of energy.