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ManeSTAY Complex™?

Meet our ManeSTAY Complex: A blend of key ingredients that are clinically proven to aid in the regrowing of lost hair.

Our complex blend of vitamins and nutrients are formulated to help your hair grow back thicker and stronger.

Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen
Hyaluronic Acid
Saw Palmetto
Shark Cartilage
Keratin Peptide

Hyaluronic Acid

  • You can easily incorporate hyaluronic acid into your diet through bone broth, soy products, and rich leafy greens.
    What is it?
    This is a substance that is naturally occurring in our bodies and is also called hyaluronan. You will find most in your eyes, skin, and connective tissue. You can find this in food and also as a supplement to take.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    This is known to help seal hair cuticles which prevent unwanted moisture from entering. This also may allow it to reduce frizziness and other damage. The acid is used to smooth out hair follicles and keep them healthy.
    What the Science Says
    In a 2014 study, a formula with collagen and hyaluronic acid was used to help the appearance of nails, skin, and hair. They found that collagen and hyaluronic acid, when partnered, created a perfect combination and showed enormous promise.


  • Horsetail is derived from a plant, and may have dandruff-reducing properties and overall be very good for preventing hair loss.
    What is it?
    Horsetail is made from soaking plants in water and extracting the components of the plant that are beneficial for consumption. You may buy this as a dried herb, drink it as a tea, or use it as an oil. Many people rub the oil on their head to prevent or treat dandruff.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    This plant has a high amount of silicon which can help prevent hair breakage. This will help prevent further damage from happening and help hair grow faster and thicker.
    What the Science Says
    In 2016 a study was done on silica and its properties. This study showed that people who took more silica had less damage done to their hair. It helped prevent breakage from occurring. Since this is massively found in horsetail, there may be some benefits to consuming this vitamin.

Saw Palmetto

  • Unlike other supplements on the list, this one you cannot find in a full food group. This is a berry that can be eaten fresh, dried, or in tea. In some cases, there are also capsules filled with powder that people can take as supplements. Native Americans have used this fruit for decades.
    What is it?
    This is a fruit that is typically dried and can be purchased as a pill with powder in it or a tablet. There are many health benefits of taking this supplement. For example, Native Americans have used this fruit for its cough-reducing properties, sedative properties, and as an aphrodisiac.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    DHT is a molecule that is responsible for hair loss. Though research is limited, it has been promising. It has shown that many people who take saw palmetto could block this molecule and prevent hair loss.
    What the Science Says
    In a study participants who took saw palmetto had improvements in their hair growth. However, more research needs to be done to back up other claims.

Shark Cartilage

  • This supplement is made from grinding the bones of sharks that contain glucosamine. It typically comes in a powdered form and a white color due to the color of shark bones. Cartilage is a type of tissue that is typically collected from animals that carries protein substances like sulfur, collagen, and calcium.
    What is it?
    This is ground-up shark bones used in supplements for collagen.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    The glucosamine found in shark cartilage stimulates new tissues that support hair growth. It may also help dormant hair follicles start growing again, thanks to the mix of proteins found in shark cartilage.
    What the Science Says
    A published study in the International Journalism of Medicine showed an increase in new hair growth. 95% of the patients in the study exhibited a 38% increase in new hair growth. In this study, the patients took Nourkrin, which contains shark cartilage, vitamin c, and silica. All of which may help promote new hair follicles to grow.


  • Biotin is an amazing vitamin for hair loss, and we can easily find it in healthy foods. If you are worried about consuming biotin, aim to eat more foods like legumes, eggs, and peas. They are rich in good nutrients and full of biotin that will promote hair growth.
    What is it?
    This vitamin is also known as B7. It forms glucose and fatty acids. It is a super important vitamin in our bodies that also helps break down the carbs in our bodies and uses it as an energy source. This is also one of the best vitamins for hair growth.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    This vitamin helps stimulate keratin in our hair follicles. There may be evidence to suggest that it helps speed up follicle growth. However, one thing to note about this vitamin is that it has to be eaten for it to be effective because it does not remain in the body for long.
    What the Science Says
    There has not been enough evidence or research to back up biotin promoting hair growth. However, a study showed that lack of biotin causes hair loss, brittle nails, and skin rashes. From this study, we can see that there may be some evidence that enough biotin in our diets can help us avoid the consequences of having too little in our diets.


  • Selenium Not only is selenium an essential mineral for hair loss, our body needs this mineral to help regulate the thyroid, which regulates hair growth. Many whole grains contain selenium and also a lot of dairy products or vegetables. If you eat well-rounded, you should be getting enough selenium in your diet. However, it never hurts to take more if you think it could help.
    What is it?
    Selenium is a trace mineral found in our bodies that promote bodily processes. It plays a key role in protecting and regulating our thyroid. Our thyroid can be a big thing to focus on when trying to get our hair to grow longer and thicker.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    Selenium activates other essential enzymes that are beneficial to hair growth. For example, it activates vitamin C, which can be crucial for growing long hair. On top of that, it helps regulate our thyroid, which plays a role in preventing hair loss.
    What the Science Says
    There has been some research that suggests that selenium is used for creating new hair. It grabs it from the bloodstream and uses it to form new hair. However, if too much is picked up, it causes brittle and dry hair. Too much of this substance may be damaging to your hair.

Keratin Peptide

  • Keratin is the protein in our skin that helps it stay strong and resilient. Keratin also gives hair its strength, structure, and makes nails stronger so they can withstand damage. Keratin'sKeratins strongest attribute may not be what you thought: It's impact on your hair's ability to fight off breakage! You might know how much work goes into maintaining healthy locks - but did you ever think about all of the keratin?
    What Is It?
    Keratin is an insoluble protein that gives your skin, nails and hair their strength and structure. They are what protect against damage or trauma.
    How Does It Prevent Hair Loss & Promote Hair Growth?
    Keratin is a naturally occurring protein that smoothens and toughens the hair shaft to make it more manageable. The keratin molecules in your shampoo are absorbed by cells called cuticles, which overlap like shingles on a roof or tiles on a floor for protection against damage from things such as wind or dehydration. While this makes the ends of each strand harden, making them less prone to splitting when brushed through tangles with wet fingers before washing, they also lock up natural oils near the root and cause frizziness because curls can't move freely around one another any longer without getting tangled together if not properly cared for after treatment.
    What the Science Says
    A study was done and published in the journal of RSC Advances that supports that the process of using a chemical keratin treatment actually supported hair health. When added to overly damaged hair, it could penetrate the hair fiber and bind to the natural hair proteins.

Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen

  • Types one and two of hydrolyzed collagen do different things in your body. This is made from fish or other animals that have gone through hydrolysis. The collagen taken from animals is typically from bone or fish skins that have been ground up into a powder. Hydrolysis is when water is used to break down layers of chemical bonds. In this case, it breaks down the collagen to a more digestible level. Here is what each type of collagen is known to do. Type 1: This type of collagen improves fine lines and skin elasticity. This is the best type of collagen for rebuilding muscles and also to help grow hair and nails. Type one collagen can also help your hair become much thicker by helping open more hair follicles.
    Type 2: In cartilage, this is the majority of protein molecules. It can be one of the best ways to support bone and joint health.
    What is it?
    Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen protein is a great supplement for hair loss. It has undergone a process to make it more digestible.
    How does it prevent hair loss & promote hair growth?
    Collagen can help the regeneration of cells better than other kinds of collagen. It supplies essential nutrients to our bodies and helps rebuild the cells in our hair and follicles.
    What the Science Says
    A study done in 2012 took a group of women between 21 and 75 and gave them oral supplements of collagen. The goal was to test them on how they felt about their hair and if it helped increase hair growth over time. The results determined that it did help the women with temporary thinning hair.
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What is Finasteride?

  • Finasteride: is part of a family of medications called 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. Finasteride works by blocking the conversion of Testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is well studied that it is DHT and not testosterone that causes male pattern baldness. DHT causes hair follicles to shrink and lose the ability to create new hairs. By blocking the conversion of testosterone to DHT there is improvement in hair loss.

How do I use Finasteride?

  • You should only take finasteride tablets by mouth.
  • The absorption of finasteride is not affected by food, so you can take it with or without food.
  • You should take finasteride once a day at the same time every day.
  • Store finasteride at room temperature, away from heat, direct light, and moisture. Do not allow it to freeze.
  • If you miss a dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your regimen the next day. It is important to take your medication without days of interruption, so be sure to pack enough when traveling.

How much Finasteride should I take?

  • Finasteride dosage will be different for different patients. The daily amount depends on your medical conditions and risk factors.
  • The average dose of finasteride is 5 mg once a day to treat BPH symptoms and 1 mg once a day to treat male pattern hair loss symptoms.
  • Be sure to follow the instructions on the prescription label carefully and take it exactly as directed. If you have any doubts about dosage, you should consult your pharmacist or physician for medical advice.

How fast does Finasteride work?

  • Finasteride takes ~3 months to start showing its benefit and will continue to show continued improvement for up to a year. Interestingly, when you start taking finasteride, it may even cause expected shedding of fine hairs. Do not be concerned. Some men do not respond to finasteride - the exact number is not known but can be as high as 1 out of every 10 men. It is recommended to continue finasteride for at least one year to maximize finasteride's benefit.

What should I expect when using Finasteride?

  • Finasteride reduces the size of the prostate by over 20%.
  • Hair counts in 48% of finasteride users show improvement after one year, hair counts in 66% of finasteride users show improvement after two years, and 83% have no further hair loss. Only 17% had a reduced number of hairs while taking finasteride.
  • If you are taking finasteride to treat BPH symptoms, you should know that the drug works to alleviate BPH symptoms, but it does not cure it.
  • Finasteride only slows hair loss and encourages hair growth while you are taking the medication.
  • If you are taking finasteride for male pattern hair loss and do not see any improvement in 12 months, an extended treatment time will probably not help.

How long should I continue to take Finasteride?

  • Even after you see improvement in your BPH symptoms, you should continue to take finasteride as long as your doctor prescribes it.
  • If you have further hair loss and do not see any results after 12 months of taking finasteride for male pattern hair loss, you should talk to your doctor to ask if you should continue treatment.
  • You should continue to take finasteride even after you notice an improvement in male pattern hair loss. Finasteride only prevents hair loss while you take it. If you stop taking it, you will probably begin to lose the hair you gained while taking finasteride.

What are the side effects of Finasteride?

  • For men who take finasteride there a few very important things to know.
  • Blood donation: Men who are taking finasteride should not donate blood for the entire time taking the medication and for one month afterwards due to its ability to be transferred to a fetus in a pregnant woman. This could in turn affect the normal genital development of the fetus.
  • Prostate specific antigen: Prostate specific antigen is a marker in the blood that is used to identify and screen for prostate cancer.  Finasteride artificially decreases the PSA and cuts it roughly in half.  For men who are taking finasteride the need to tell their physician so that a more accurate PSA reading can be taken. For men on finasteride simply double the PSA to obtain the real PSA number.  The point here is that men on finasteride need to tell their physician so that together a more accurate risk assessment for prostate cancer may be undertaken. 
  • Increased risk of high-grade prostate cancer: Two studies looked at 5 alpha reductase inhibitors at higher doses to see their effects on prostate cancer.  These were the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial (PCPT -https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1215932) and the Reduction by Dutasteride of Prostate Cancer Events (REDUCE) https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa0908127 Both studies demonstrated an overall reduction of prostate cancer but showed a trend towards high-grade cancers.  After 18 years this did not demonstrate any clinically significant differences in survival and some cancer experts believe that finasteride increases the ability to detect these cancers.  It should be noted that the dosage for hair loss is 1/5 of the dosage studied in the studies. 

Why do men lose their hair?

  • Hair loss is potentiated by dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a very potent derivative hormone of testosterone. DHT causes the hair follicle to shrink and miniaturized over many years which at some point becomes irreversible.
  • Luckily medical science has developed an understanding of how DHT undermines hair growth and therapies exist to interrupt or slow the process.

What Is Male Pattern Baldness (MPB)?

  • Androgenetic alopecia otherwise known as Male Pattern Baldness (MPB), affects both men and women.  This can be receding hairline along the temples where hair loss at the very front of the hairline. More men than women are affected hence the name male pattern baldness. 98.6% of men and 64.4% of women have hair loss along the temples.  60% of women over the age of 80 and  75% men over the age of 80 are bald in both areas. 
  • Starting with adolescence people who are genetically inclined to go bald will start losing hair.  The hairline in the crown of the head are both affected and will ultimately blend to a completely bald top of the head

What are the phases of normal hair growth?

  • Normal hair growth consists of three phases: Anagen, Catagen and Telogen.
  • Anagen: The root divides rapidly, as rapidly as any cells in the body, and a hair will stay in this phase of growth for 2 to 6 years depending on the individual. If one person's growth phase lasts 6 years, they might be able to grow long hair; another person with hair that stays in the growth phase for a mere 2 years will have a shorter maximum length. Most hairs (approximately 85%) are in this phase at any one time.
  • Catagen: This phase is very short (14 to 21 days) and it here that hair stops growing. The outer sheath of hair attaches to the root of the hair and begins to weaken at its base. About 5% of hairs are in this intermediate phase.
  • Telogen: This phase lasts for about 3 months and the hair cells are completely at rest. Approximately 10% of hairs are in this phase. Hairs called “club hairs” are now ready to be shed at a rate of about 25-100/day. This is normal.
  • Disruptions in either the anagen phase or telogen phase can cause hair loss.  Drugs like chemotherapy, infections like fungal infections, radiation or autoimmune diseases can disrupt these phases and cause hair loss.

What conditions cause hair loss?

  • Androgenic Alopecia or male pattern baldness can cause hair loss.  But many other diseases or nutritional deficiencies can cause it too.
  • Nutrient imbalances such as deficiencies in iron, certain B vitamins, protein, and zinc. Excess vitamin A can also cause hair loss.
  • Chronic illness such as thyroid disorders, uncontrolled diabetes, anorexia nervosa, cancer, and cancer treatment, and many others.
  • Autoimmune diseases such as lupus and alopecia areata.
  • Scarring  and burns to the scalp from from injuries or inflammation.
  • Chronic infections of the scalp such as chronic fungal infections such as tinea capitis and kerion.
  • Hormones imbalances such as women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and men who take anabolic steroids.
  • Medications such as blood thinners, gout medications, beta blockers, NSAIDs, ACE inhibitors, some acne medications, some antidepressants, and some seizure medications.
  • Stress is a factor for hair loss and can often be found as an exacerbating factor combined with another cause.
  • Trichotillomania is an inability to control the urge to pull repeatedly on hair and often leads to hair loss.

Are there any significant drug interactions with Finasteride?

  • Finasteride has minimal interactions with other medications. In addition no interactions of clinical importance with other medications have been described.
  • Studies have shown that finasteride has not showed clinically significant adverse interactions with multiple medications such as antipyrine, digoxin, propranolol, theophylline, warfarin, acetaminophen, acetylsalicylic acid, α-blockers, analgesics, angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, anticonvulsants, benzodiazepines, beta blockers, calcium-channel blockers, cardiac nitrates, diuretics, H2 antagonists, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, prostaglandin synthetase inhibitors (also referred to as NSAIDs), and quinolones. No i
  • If any interactions are encountered please report them to the FDA at 1–800–FDA–1088 or https://www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/default.htm.

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