For a VERY limited time, purchase our Capill Hair Shampoo & receive an Acti Cap FREE!

I have been using the Capill Hair Line since I started with Acti-Labs. Not only does my hair grow SO much faster, it’s healthier, stronger & rarely breaks!

I shampoo my hair every 2nd day with the Capill Hair Shampoo & follow up with the Capill Hair Mask, I also take the Capill Follicle Food (I started with the Capill Hair Capsules until the Follicle Food Shots came out). I also use the Capill Hair Lotion, which, stimulates growth (I use this on my cowlick, which has significantly changed!).

Capill-Hair Shampoo is Sulfate-Free. This  Isoflavone Stimulating Shampoo is designed especially to gently clean and stimulate the scalp, to nourish hair follicles, maximizing effectiveness of Capill-Hair scalp treatments. Massage into wet hair and scalp. Allow the product to sit for 1 minute. Rinse hair thoroughly. Follow with Capill-Hair Mask and treatments. Order the whole treatment line and watch you hair transform!

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With today’s environment, hair loss is an outcome of various factors such as stress, nutritional deficiencies, allergies, hormonal imbalances, use of wrong hair care products, heredity and poor hair care. Nevertheless, these problems can be dealt, all you have to do is choose a correct remedy to grow long thick hair.

A healthy diet makes your hair grow faster! To enhance your hair growth eat healthy food. A healthy diet consists of vegetables, fresh fruits and cereals which nourish your body and hair as well.

So eat lots of fruits and vegetables especially protein and omega-3 fatty acids rich foods like walnuts, salmon, herring and green leafy vegetable which are high in iron and vitamin A and C.

If possible, prepare a diet chart of all the necessary foods that are beneficial for your hair growth and also the overall health. You can also try our Follicle Food. This daily shot is formulated to deliver highly concentrated, easily absorbed nutrients for maximum effect.

Packed with:

Potassium, Calcium, Manganese, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Phosphorus, Iodide, Selenium, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B8, Vitamin B9, Amino Acid Complex: Arginine, Cystine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Valine, Wheat Protein Hydrolysate (Gluten), Zinc Gluconate, Magnesium Pidolate, Vitamin E, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6. Equisetum, Arvense, Urtica, Ginko Biloba, Terminalia Chebula Fruit, Bambusoideae, Alfalfa Extract, Aloe Vera Extract, Biotin, Citric Acid.

Brewer’s Yeast : 600 Mg
Wheat Protein Hydrolysate : 200 Mg Magnesium Pidolate: 50mg
Zinc Gluconate: 40mg
Vitamin B5: 4.7mg
Vitamin B6: 1.4mg
Vitamin E: 6mg
Zinc Gluconate: 40 mg
Calcium; 3600 μg
Biotin: 25μg
Citric Acid: 50mg

So I compiled a small list of Healthy Foods to Eat & Foods to Avoid!


Say Yes To:


These affect your hair in two big ways:

1.) Its vitamin C content makes it easier for your body to absorb iron, such as from spinach

2.) The vitamin B12 in tangerines promotes hair growth, reduces hair loss & slows down the graying process!! YAY!


This is only one of the superfoods you should eat every day! I like adding Spinach in an omelet. (Just an idea) Spinach is iron rich and it contains sebum, which acts as a natural conditioner for hair. The leafy green also provides omega-3 acids, magnesium, potassium, calcium & iron. All help keep hair lustrous, shiny & most importantly, out of the drain. This is a good thing!


It smells like the holiday season & improves circulation, which brings oxygen & nutrients to your hair follicles. Sprinkle this evocative spice on your toast, in your coffee, or sprinkle it on top of your cereal or oatmeal.


Eggs are packed with a B vitamin called biotin, which helps hair grow & strengthens brittle fingernails. Not having enough of this vitamin can lead to hair loss. Other good sources of biotin: almonds, avocados & salmon.

Nuts & Seeds

Pistachios have been linked to helping with male pattern baldness, cashews have biotin, & walnuts contain oils that add to the amount of elastin in your hair. Elastin keeps hair supple & stops it from breaking.




I’m not a big fan of these types of fish. They contain high levels of mercury & this can lead to hair loss. There”s a rule (but there are exceptions) that the bigger the fish is in nature, the higher levels of mercury it has in it. Steer clear of fish like swordfish, mackeral, & even some tuna.

Diet Soda or anything with Artificial Sweetener

Yet another reason that diet isn’t any better than regular: The artificial sweeteners—specifically, aspartame—has been linked to hair loss.


It’s officially the year of “stop the sugar!” and your wannabe-luscious locks are yet another reason why sugar hurts your health. It’s really pretty basic: Protein is super important for your hair & sugar hinders the absorption of it. Steer clear of added sugar & surprising foods that have sugar. Sorry guys!

White Starch

This one goes hand in hand with sugar, since white bread, cakes, pastries, white pasta, & other refined, over-processed starches are converted into sugar, which causes your hair to thin. So step away from the croissant & stick with whole wheat whenever possible. EWWW I know this one hurts!


Alcohol slows the levels of zinc in your body, which is a necessary mineral for healthy hair & growth. It also dehydrates your hair, making it more brittle and likely to break. Alcohol does a number on your skin, too. So lay off the wine & margaritas!

Fast Food

Greasy food translates to greasy skin, including on your scalp. As your noggin’s pores wind up clogged, hair loss can occur. Gross, right?


Here’s a before & after in just 3 months with our Capill Hair Line (Shampoo, Hair Mask & Follicle Food)!

The Capill Hair Line is designed especially to gently nourish hair, without adding weight. Leave your hair feeling amazing! Why not give it a try? Get a FREE cap!

Till next time….


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