Here's Why Inflammation Makes Your Hair Fall Out

What does inflammation have anything to do with hair loss?

Glad you asked. At its source, hair loss is caused by an androgen called DHT attacking your hair follicles. To keep it simple, androgens result in inflammation, and inflammation results in your hair follicles becoming too small to support hair growth. 

When going through hair loss, this inflammation gradually causes your hair to get thinner. Eventually, the follicle gets small enough that it doesn't support any form of hair growth, and total baldness begins. 

Reversing hair loss is simple: All you have to do is spin this around. Reduce inflammation, block androgens from causing more inflammation, and reap the benefits—namely, stopping hair loss and stimulating regrowth. 

Not to be cocky, but we do know of a way to do this, with one daily formula.