Date extract

The date palm (Phoenix Dactylifera) got its botanical name from the primeval banks of the rivers Euphrates and Tigris and has been considered an important food and remedy for thousands of years. The date contains a lot of vitamin A (important for skin and hair), vitamin E (stabilizes the skin tissue), vitamin C (strengthens the immune system), has a high content of folic acid and has an antioxidant effect.

Due to the richness of vitamins and minerals, dates are used to supply the hair follicles with the necessary nutrients that support hair growth. Vitamin E additionally protects against aggressive free radicals and thus against premature skin aging. Date extract provides additional moisture and soothes the skin.

Saw Palmetto

The small saw palmetto, saw palmetto or cheerful repens is considered a DHT natural blocker and was already used by the Indians as a remedy. The extract of saw palmetto reduces the absorption of DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which can stimulate the growth of hair follicles, because DHT is responsible for hair loss. If DHT is concentrated too much, the hair's growth phase is shortened and the resting phase is prolonged, with the result that more hair is lost than grows back. The hair cycle - it consists of three phases - is changed. This is because the first phase - which normally lasts the longest - the growth phase is shortened by DHT. The growth phase lasts between two and six years. During this time, the hair forms in the follicle and becomes longer and thicker. In the transition phase (2nd phase), the hair root is no longer supplied with nutrients and eventually becomes keratinized. After about two weeks, the hair enters the resting phase (3rd phase), in which its metabolism ends, the hair finally dies and falls out. The extract of saw palmetto reduces the formation of DHT and the healthy 3-phase hair cycle can take place again the hair loss can be stopped in a natural way.


The trace element zinc is also very important for healthy hair, nails and skin, it promotes hair production and natural growth. Especially creatine and collagen are of great importance. While creatine is important for the hair structure, collagen ensures that our hair is firmly anchored to the scalp. For the formation of creatine and collagen, zinc is the decisive trace element. Therefore, zinc deficiency is often the cause or trigger for severe hair loss. This is because zinc additionally inhibits the conversion of the male hormone testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which causes the hair roots to atrophy with hereditary sensitivity. In the absence of zinc, the destructive effect of DHT and thus hair loss is intensified.

Olive leaf extract

Already since the 4th millennium B.C. the olive tree has been used as food (olives) and as a remedy (olive leaves). The healing effects of these were already used by the ancient Egyptians in the mummification of corpses. They mummified the pharaohs with pressed olive leaves to protect the corpse from parasites, fungi and microbes.

The olive leaf extract is extracted from the leaves of the olive tree and has very strong antimycotic, antiviral, antibiotic, antioxidant, immune-strengthening, antibacterial and also has a high anti-parasitic effect.

Therefore the olive leaf extract is also particularly suitable for skin care and treatment of skin diseases and can be used for daily care. Olive leaf extract is ideal for dry, dehydrated skin. It supports the moisture balance and ensures suppleness and elasticity. Olive leaf extract is very skin-compatible and also suitable for sensitive, extremely dry, aging, irritated and unbalanced skin

Camel milk

Camel milk, which originally came from Oman, Jordan and other parts of the Arab world, is the milk of female camels and has been used for thousands of years for healing and care. It contains a lot of vitamin C, vitamin B, lanolin, elastin, and hardly any sugar lactose, and above all the amino acid glutamine, which is very important for strengthening the hair root and thus crucial for healthy hair growth. It reduces DHT, promotes blood circulation, has anti-inflammatory effects, especially with fungi (antimycotic) and nourishes the hair root with important micronutrients.