A gold standard clinical study was carried out on a panel of women of all ages suffering from non-pathological hair loss
Seppic has released details about its "blockbuster" nutricosmetic active ingredient, CERAMOSIDES.
At a time when one in two women are likely to suffer from excessive hair loss in their lifetime, the hair care segment is increasingly gaining interest within the global nutricosmetics market.
Capitalising on over 10 years of expertise in skin care, Seppic is now extending its know-how to hair, with promising clinical results.
The maintenance and renewal of healthy hair is directly correlated with its lipid composition. This is why ceramides, known for their involvement in the formation of intracellular lipids, play a key role and act as a barrier protecting the hair cuticle.
Based on this knowledge, Seppic launched a clinical study on its natural nutraceutical ingredient CERAMOSIDES, obtained from wheat lipids and rich in phytoceramides.
A gold standard clinical study was carried out on a panel of women of all ages suffering from non-pathological hair loss. In only three months, the results highlighted significant effects on various key hair parameters: