Hair loss - why exactly after the age of 40?
From the age of 40 the female bodily constitution changes – and so do the hair roots.
The background: Just as during puberty, after the age of 40, considerable changes take place in the body. This also manifests on the head: Hair grows thinner and falls out prematurely.
The consequence: For the first time, the scalp becomes visible and the hairline recedes. These changes are very typical in women over the age of 40 and are truly worrisome in many cases.
In collaboration with the Dermatology Department of the Jena University Hospital in Germany, Dr. Wolff-Research developed a phyto-caffeine complex that protects the hair roots from premature exhaustion.
It provides the hair roots with sufficient energy to grow.