Growing phase (Anagen)
Cells in the root of your hair rapidly divide for new hair to form. Hair grows about half an inch a month. This phase lasts an average of 3-5 years.
Regressing phase (Catagen)
Active hair growth ceases, and individual hairs separate from the hair follicle. This phase lasts for about 10 days.
Resting phase (Telogen)
Hair strands remain in their follicles for about 3 months before falling off to make way for new hair follicles. After which, losing about 50-100 strands of hair per day is normal. Hair loss may occur when this growth cycle is disrupted. If your hair is not growing as long or fast as it used to be, you may be experiencing a disruption in your hair growth cycle for various reasons. Speak to us for a solution.