Gencor’s HairAge Vitae hair health ingredient gains U.S. patent

The ingredient is an herbal extract of Ageratum conyzoides that can stimulate hair growth and control hair loss and dandruff.

Gencor (Irvine, CA) announced that its HairAge Vitae hair health ingredient now holds a U.S. patent. The ingredient is an herbal extract of Ageratum conyzoides that can stimulate hair growth and control hair loss and dandruff.

Gencor introduced the ingredient this past March at the Natural Products Expo West trade show. According to a company press release, the patent “gives Gencor the rights to use this quality ingredient, Ageratum, in its product. Ageratum, also known as floos flower, is a beautiful blue flower that has a whimsical, pompom blossom that can also vary in shades of white, pink, lavender, and red. When extracted and used as a supplement, the flower has clinically proven mechanisms of helping with hair growth, improving hair health and preventing hair loss.”

“We are very pleased to have received the patent on another outstanding product that will help our customers achieve the results they need to prevent hair loss, increase perception of healthy hair, as well as promote healthy hair growth, naturally without harsh chemicals or medicine,” said Gencor’s President Jith Veervalli in the press release.