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JUVENU: An Advanced Hair Serum With Probiotics

Juvenu's hair products use a  high concentration of Sanarever®, which is a revolutionary natural hair density serum made with a proprietary combination of probiotics. Juvenu specializes in premium probiotics which support a healthy scalp and immune system, providing you with a gentle solution for strong, healthy hair throughout your entire life.

Probiotics have been found to be beneficial for maintaining a healthy scalp. They work by restoring the natural balance of the microbiome on the scalp, which is essential for healthy hair growth. A balanced microbiome can prevent dandruff, eczema, and other scalp conditions, leading to a healthier scalp.

Probiotics can also help to control sebum production, which can reduce the occurrence of oily hair and scalp. Furthermore, probiotics have been found to strengthen hair follicles and promote hair growth, leading to a fuller head of hair. Including probiotics in your hair care routine can promote a healthier scalp, leading to stronger and healthier hair.


Thomas Liu

“I have been using this product for a few weeks and I think I loss less hair when I shower."


"I have less shedding than I used to."


“I like the way that after using it. I started to notice baby hairs”
Probiotics and phytoestrogens in soy—how these are connected
Autumn Mood

Phytoestrogens, plant-based compounds that mimic the effects of estrogen in the body, are found in many plant-based foods and offer numerous health benefits.


They can improve blood circulation, stimulate hair follicles, and increase the production of growth factors, promoting healthy hair growth. Additionally, they may help prevent hair loss by reducing the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone associated with hair loss.

Isoflavones such as genistein and daidzein are the most estrogenic, and soy isoflavones are natural phytoestrogens. When applied to the scalp, hair follicles cannot absorb soy isoflavones, but the aglycone form can be produced through bacterial decomposition in the intestine.


Microbial fermentation of soybeans breaks down nutrients into substances such as fatty acids, various amino acids, and isoflavones, such as genistein and daidzein. Fermentation can increase the bioavailability of phytoestrogens and other nutrients, making them more easily absorbed by the body. 


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