Shiny and nourished hair
Wheat germ oil extracted by cold-pressing. With natural vitamin E
9.70€ – 17.40€
MARNYS® Germar with Wheat Germ Oil and natural vitamin E, which significantly help the hair structure.
Wheat germ oil (52-59% linoleic acid content) in MARNYS® Germar soft gel capsules has been obtained from Triticum aestivum seeds by cold pressing, a mechanical procedure carried out at low temperatures, preserving the beneficial properties of fatty acids and without chemical additives.
MARNYS® Germar and its ingredients facilitate hair care due to:
- The high content of fatty acids in Wheat Germ Oil provides your hair with elements for its structure and integrity. Wheat Germ Oil is obtained from the small embryo (germ) found inside the wheat grain and stands out because of its characteristic dark amber colour and its mild nutty aroma. It is widely used in shampoos, conditioners and lotions.
- Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with important functions from a physiological point of view, since it prevents lipid peroxidation reactions, thus contributing to cellular protection from oxidative damage (EFSA). The vitamin E in MARNYS® Germar is natural. The dietary sources of vitamin E are vegetable corn, soybean, sunflower, almond, peanut, or hazelnut oils among others.
MARNYS® Germar is an excellent supplement for people who want to take care of their hair, especially those who are subject to the continuous action of external agents, as well as to obtain antioxidant protection.
- HOW TO USE
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE
Take 2 capsules a day, preferably before meals.
Wheat germ oil and vitamin E.
Capsule shell composition: gelatin, glycerin and water.
ALLERGEN: contains gluten
||FOR 2 CAPSULES
|Wheat Germ Oil*||1000mg||•|
|Natural Vitamin E||2.5mg||21|
|* Oil obtained by cold pressing.|
%NRV (Nutrient Reference Value)
· Food supplements should not be used as a substitiute for a balanced nutrition.
· It is recommended to keep a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
· Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
· Keep away from children.
· Do not store at a temperatures above 30ºC.
60 and 150 capsules
TO KNOW MORE
Aging affects the hair follicle by reducing pigmentation and hair production.
Scalp hair plays an important role in humans as it provides cranial cushioning and protects the scalp from direct sunlight.
Hair consists of two distinct structures: the follicle, the living part located under the skin, and the hair shaft, the inert part that is totally keratinized above the skin surface.
- The hair shaft is made up of three layers: cuticle, cortex and, in some cases, medulla. Its arrangement is interlocked, allowing follicular anchorage of growing hair and also facilitating the removal of dirt and flaking cells from the scalp.
- The cuticle also has important protective properties and barrier functions against physical and chemical aggressions, and is made up of α-keratin.
- The cortex comprises most of the shaft and also contains melanin.
- The medulla is located in the center of the hair shaft, is normally in thicker fibers and contains structural proteins.
- The follicle is the essential structure of hair growth. It is richly innervated by blood vessels and has a high content of lipids that coat the hair and protect it from external damage.
Aging is a complex process involving various genetic, hormonal and environmental mechanisms. Like the rest of the skin, the scalp and hair are subject to internal or chronological aging, and to external aging due to environmental factors.
- Examples of internal factors are early aging due to family history and androgenetic hair loss (associated with hormonal imbalance).
- The external factors include ultraviolet radiation, smoking habits and nutrition. Experimental evidence supports the hypothesis that oxidative stress plays an important role in the aging process. Free radicals are highly reactive molecules that can directly damage various structural cell membranes, lipids and proteins.
There is a relation between oxidative stress and hair loss: the levels of antioxidant enzymes that protect against damage caused by reactive oxygen species such as free radicals and peroxides, were significantly lower in individuals with hair loss than in those of the control group. On the other hand, the levels of oxidative substances, which indicate fatty acid peroxidation and oxidative stress, were significantly higher.
Hair aging manifests as a reduction in the function of pigmentation or graying (gray hair), and in hair production or alopecia (hair loss).
Nutritional factors that have been identified as essential to fight hair loss include essential fatty acids, iron and proteins.
1. Beoy, L. A. et al. (2010). Effects of Tocotrienol Supplementation on Hair Growth in Human Volunteers. Trop Life Sci Res.
2. Erdoğan, B. (2017). Chapter 2: Anatomy and Physiology of Hair. Book Hair and Scalp Disorders.
3. Trüeb, R. M. (2009). Oxidative Stress in Ageing of Hair. Int J Trichology.
4. Ymazaki, J. et al. (2018). Analysis of Lipids in the Medulla of Japanese Hair and Their Function. Cosmetics.
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It comes in the form of pearls, easy to take. Personally, I have noticed a great improvement in my hair, which is usually long, somewhat dry and damaged. It is also great for the skin and nails.
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