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Hair loss, also called alopecia, is a disorder caused by an interruption in the body’s cycle of hair production. Hair loss can occur anywhere on the body, but most commonly affects the scalp. On average, the scalp has 100,000 hairs that cycle through periods of growing, resting, falling out, and regenerating.

Pharma Hermetic Hair Recovery Program® work at the scalp level, revitalizing the hair bulb and obtaining a greater thickness and strength. It helps strengthen the anchorage of the root, the hair and rebalance the scalp. The primary androgens—testosterone, pregnenolone, androstenedione and DHEA (dehydro-epiandrosterone)— normally regulate male and female sexual development and behavior by binding to receptors on target cells throughout the body. Another androgen, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), has been identified by researchers as a cause of male pattern baldness. DHT is synthesized from testosterone by the enzyme 5alpha-reductase.

A complete strategy must be used, including an out-inside approach with scalp treatment and an inside-out route to supply hair stem cells with all specific nutrients and ions they need.

  • Prevention of hair loss must consider both increasing life length of hair stem cells and balance the scalp nutrition.
  • Hair loss is a complete process influenced by diet, stress, etc. We must use a combined strategy considering both aspects.
  • The Hair Recovery Program SP55 is a topical solution designed for people suffering hair loss that work from the outside in, to support the stem cells in the follicle.
  • The Hair Recovery Program SP55 reduce the inflammation and provide better supply of the key ingredients for healthy cellular growth

In addition, the Hair Recovery Program SP55, enhance the growth of new hair and activates dormant follicles thanks to its effective active ingredients. Providing all the necessary nutrients to repair the weakened and brittle hair. After the treatment, the hair is thicker and more voluminous. We rely on ingredients suitable to penetrate the scalp and stop hair loss.

  • Thicker hair
  • More density
  • No side effect
  • Topical application
  • Non-invasive
  • Lasting results
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What product lines does Hermetic offer?

The HERMETIC product line includes cosmetic products developed to stop hair loss and promote hair growth, without side effects, with a topical application and with lasting results. To complete our line, we offer special products to increase the density and thickness of the beard and eyebrows.

What are the differences between the products?

Hermetic cosmetics are based on the power of growth factors, vitamins, plant extracts and dihydrotestosterone blockers. Quality is guaranteed by international standards, Hermetic products are certified. Hermetic cosmetics guarantee the use of sustainable production processes, the optimal biodegradability of the raw materials used, as well as the use of environmentally friendly packaging and the protection of animals.

How do I know that your products will work for me?

Before buying, read the product brochure carefully. It contains a complete explanation of its characteristics and recommendations for use. In addition, if you have any questions you can write to Customer Service and we will respond as soon as possible.

Are animal experiments carried out in PHARMA HERMETIC?

No, Hermetic is very aware of the animal cause.

Can the products also be used during pregnancy and lactation?

Yes, they can be used during pregnancy and lactation. All our products have been tested in accordance with the most demanding quality standards in terms of safety and compatibility. However, sometimes skin reactions occur even with natural substances. In that case, you should immediately stop using the product and consult your dermatologist, if necessary.

When should I use each product?

At the first sign of excessive hair loss, Hermetic products are more effective in the early stages of alopecia. In beards without density, thickness and bald spots.

How do you apply Hermetic products?

The vials are applied with 0.5 millimeter microneedle device to favor the adsorption. .

Can several Hermetic products be combined?

Yes, the combination of the Hermetic products will give you a more complete treatment, and will create synergies between them to make your hair healthier with a balanced scalp.

Is there any recommendation in the post treatment?

It is recommended to avoid exposition to sunlight after every session with Hermetic products for 8 hours. It is recommended not to wash the hair, beard or eyebrow after every session with Hermetic products for 8 hours. Avoid contact with eyes, if it occurs, rinse with water.

Do hermetic products cause adverse reactions?

No, Hermetic cosmetics have been tested in accordance with the highest quality standards in terms of safety and compatibility. However, sometimes skin reactions occur even with natural substances. In this case, you should immediately stop using the product and consult your dermatologist, if necessary.


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