• Our Herbal Hair Loss Treatment Ingredients

    Herbal Hair Loss Treatment Ingredients

    If you plan to us or are using our herbal hair loss treatment products you will appreciate the difference our all natural ingredients make. Margo Hair Alive is based on ancient all natural ingredients that stimulate hair growth and ensure you maintain a healthy scalp and head of hair.

    Our hair loss treatment has been scientifically formulated using the highest quality herbal ingredients available. The formula is based on holistic medicinal principals using natural and raw ingredients to clean the scalp of oils, sebum build up and daily dirt and grime. The treatment is effective for the control of dandruff, Burning scalp syndrome, sebum build up and of course hair loss in men and hair loss in women.

    Key Ingredients

    Bladder Wrack
    A seaweed native to the shores of the North Sea, Atlantic, Baltic, Western Mediterranean and Pacific Oceans, bladderwrack is a brownish-green alga particularly high in Iodine. Bladder wrack grows in calmer waters along the shoreline and can reach three feet in length. It has flat usually forked fronds (leaves) that contain air bladders that keep it afloat. It can be harvested year round.

    The high iodine content makes it an excellent remedy for goitre and thyroid problems. Primary chemical constituents of this plant include mucilage, algin, mannitol, beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, iodine, bromine, potassium, volatile oils, and many other minerals. Some people also apply bladderwrack to the skin for skin diseases, burns, aging skin, and insect bites.

    Butcher’s Broom
    Butcher’s Broom is extracted from the small evergreen shrubs found in Europe and North Africa. Butcher’s broom has been known to enhance blood flow and help stimulate circulation. It is part of the lilly family, and is quite similar to your everyday asparagus plant. Both the root and stem of the plant are used in herbal preparations.

    Capsicum is the name of a group of annual plants in the nightshade family. They are native to Central America and Mexico and are cultivated for food and as a spice in many regions of the world. Capsicum varieties include the cayenne pepper, jalapeño pepper, other hot peppers, and paprika. Capsaicin is the most-studied active ingredient in the plant and has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use on the skin.
    Over the years, the Capsicum annum or Capsicum frutescens herb has been as a remedy for a variety of conditions, such as upset stomach, cramps, headaches, shingles, diarrhea, loss of appetite, stomach ulcers, poor digestion, sore throat, itching, motion sickness, toothache, malaria, and yellow fever. Some practitioners also claim it can prevent colds, heart disease, and stroke; increase sexual potency; foster weight loss; and strengthen the heart.

    Rosemary essential oil is mostly extracted from the leaves. The rosemary bush belongs to the mint family which includes basil, lavender, myrtle, and sage. Rosemary oil and rosemary teas have been used extensively for hair care in shampoos and lotions. Regular use of rosemary oil helps in stimulating follicles, as a result of which hair grows longer and stronger. It is also believed that rosemary oil slows down premature hair loss and greying of hair. It is an excellent tonic for people with thinning hair or a bald plate . Rosemary essential oil is also beneficial for dry and flaky scalps. Regular massage of scalp with rosemary oil nourishes the scalp and removes dandruff.

    Stinging Nettle
    Stinging nettle  has a long history of use as a medicine and as a food source. It is native to Europe, Asia, northern Africa, and North America, and is the best-known member of the nettle genus Urtica. The species has many hollow stinging hairs called trichomes on the leaves and stems, which act like hypodermic needles, injecting histamine and other chemicals that produce a stinging sensation when contacted by humans and other animals.
    Stinging nettle can grow up to 7 ft tall in the summer and dying down to the ground in winter. The trichomes will inject several chemicals: acetylcholine, histamine, 5-HT (serotonin), moroidin,[2] leukotrienes,[2] and possibly formic acid.[3][4] This mixture of chemical compounds cause a painful sting from which the species derives its common name.
    Nettle leaf is a herb that has a long tradition of use as an adjuvant remedy in the treatment of arthritis. Nettle is used in shampoo to control dandruff and is said to make hair more glossy and healthy.

    Is a hardy perennial flowering plants. The majority of the species are native to north and south Americas and Europe adn also grow in Japan and China. Growing to three feet with stiff, thin stems and spikes of small lilac like flowers. The American Blue Vervain grows up to five feet in height and produces blue flowers.
    A fairly unassuming plant the medicinal properties go back centuries and has long been used as a medicinal herb in folk medicine, usually as an herbal tea. Topically, the herb is used for sores, wounds, and gum disorders. As an ointments are used on eczema, wounds, and weeping sores, as well as for painful neuralgia.

    As a Herbal hair loss treatment product you will appreciate the difference our herbal and all natural ingredient make. Maro Hair Alive is not full of chemical and no organic ingredients but these proven herbs which have been used for centuries.