Advecia can help:
1. Provides Essential Nutrients to Scalp- Advecia first works to reverse the effects of the hormones that caused the initial hair loss. By using RNA (ribonucleic acid) nutrients are delivered to the hair follicle, slowly making it stronger and thicker.
2. Revive Hair Follicles- Advecia eliminates clogged hair follicles by dissolving dead skin cells, scalp oil (sebum), and residue from shampooing and may reverse the damage caused by DHT. Then, RNA works with your natural DNA processes to deliver vital nutrients to the follicle.
3. Advecia Nourishes and Stimulates Hair Follicles- Our 100% natural formula provides hair follicles with capsicum, amino acids, and essential minerals to avoid NDF (Nutrient Deficient Follicles). With proper nutrition and increased blood flow to the scalp, dormant follicles can begin producing healthy hair once again.
Daily Dosage: As a dietary supplement, take two capsules in the morning and two capsules in the evening with 8 ounces of water. Our suggested minimum serving is 4 capsules daily/maximum serving of 6 capsules daily. 60 - 90 days of continuous use is necessary for optimum results.
"I just wanted to update you on my progress. I've been using your product for almost 11 months now. My hair loss has indeed stopped altogether and I am experiencing new growth. Thanks so much!"
"My hair has been dry, thinning, breaking and falling out for the past 5 years due to hormonal problems and stress. I have tried many products that have not worked, after trying Advecia for one month my hair has started to grow and thicken. It now has shine and softness. Thank you so much for this wonderful product."
What are the actual signs and symptoms of hair loss; or something I can look for to see if I am losing hair?
Signs and symptoms of alopecia are disorder-specific, meaning that each condition exhibits unique traits and patterns regarding the accompanying hair loss. A physician or dermatologist often evaluates a patient and determines the type and severity of the patient's thinning/balding pattern. The specific signs and symptoms of categorized hair disorders include;
Signs and symptoms which require
immediate medical assistance include; hair which falls out in clumps,
patchy hair loss, development of male characteristics in females, and
redness, flaking, and scarring of the scalp where hair loss has taken
I think I'm beginning to lose my hair, what can I do?
Top hair experts recommend consulting
with a physician if you believe you are, or are at a greater risk for,
losing hair. Treating hair loss at its onset gives you a better chance
of saving existing hair. Hair loss commonly begins after puberty, but
can peak at different times depending on the individual. It is estimated
that by the age of fifty, 50% of men will have noticeably thinning hair
hair and some form of male pattern baldness. Again, the extent of
affliction varies from person to person. Certain tests can be performed
to measure the ratios of male hormones (i.e. androgens) and
5-alpha-reductase. There is a much higher level of these agents in
persons with an advanced potential for developing hair loss. In addition
to existing medical treatments, nutritional supplementation, like
Advecia, has also proven very helpful in a large number of at-risk
I've always heard that my mother's father or grandfather is to blame for my hair loss. Is this true?
NO. This is a common myth. It started in 1916 as a result of a published paper by Dorothy Osborne, stating that pattern baldness was inherited by one side of the family, namely your mother's side. This myth is ongoing because it has been propagated in dermatologic literature for many years.
So who ultimately contributed to your
hair loss? The contribution for your disorder was most likely defined by
both of your parents. However, the genetic aspect of hair loss is much
more complicated. Science remains unclear regarding the exact mode of
inheritance. A number of models have been proposed, but none has yet to
be established as an infallible answer.
Do certain shampoos, hair styles, and other hair products cause hair loss?
An allergic reaction, constant
pulling of hair for a particular hair style, or adverse reaction to hair
products, have all been documented as influential causes for hair
loss. In fact, your physician may ask what hairstyling techniques and
products you are using as part of a normal hair loss assessment. Caustic
hair dyes, straighteners, and other chemically-rich products can cause
inflammation of the scalp, which many times result in either the
breaking of hair strands or hair loss.
Is hair loss in women different from men?
Women tend to lose hair at a much
slower rate, but like men, their hair loss also has an inherited basis
too. As well, are unlikely to have large bald spots. Women's frontal
hairline sticks around as hair loss progresses. The thinning of women's
hair, unlike men, also tends to be distributed evenly throughout the
scalp. In addition, women are also able to disguise hair loss because of
hair length and the styles in which they wear their hair.
If I decide to order Advecia, are Progressive Health's products sent discreetly?
Yes; Progressive Health respects your
privacy. All orders will be shipped in a plain, unmarked envelope with a
How soon can I expect to see results?
The results derived from Advecia are
dependant on both the individual and severity of condition. Hair grows
slowly, approximately 1 inch every two months. While a large number of
customers yield results in only a few short weeks, we advise that you
use Advecia, continuously, for a minimum of 60 - 90 days.
Are there any side effects when taking Advecia?
As with all nutritional supplements, there is potential for reaction. Progressive Health ensures that all possible conflicts and side effects are listed on the product information pages. However, we strongly recommend consulting with your physician if you suffer from any pre-existing conditions (other than hair loss), known allergies, or if you are currently taking any medications. Based on customer feedback, order history, and regular product overview, there has yet to be a report of any serious side effects resulting from the implementation of Progressive Health products into existing treatment programs.