What Is Capilia Longa And Why Should You Use It?

Medically reviewed by Dr. Mariyam Fatima M.B.B.S.
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You might have heard of Capilia Longa and its properties. Originating from an ancient plant, this new discovery is the true synergy of the past and the future. In this article, we are going to discuss the positive effects it has on hair growth and its use in modern medicine and beauty products.


Capilia Longa is a product of stem cell techology. A natural and plant-based hair growth formula designed to kickstart your growth from the very root. Curcuminoids have a wide variety of pharmacological activities such as antioxidant, antiprotozoal, anti-inflammatory, all of which are beneficial to hair growth. Capilia Longa is the main ingredient in our Bio-Pilixin hair-growth serum, a drug-free, all-natural formula, with a 93% success rate. This serum is your best chance at stopping hair loss and regrowing your hair, and it is safe to use every day since Capilia Longa doesn’t have any side effects.

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What is Capilia Longa?

Capilia Longa is an all-natural and plant-based hair growth formula, made completely from the plant Curcuma Longa. Curcuma longa, or better and more commonly known as turmeric, is a perennial plant that is a member of the Zingiberaceae family.

Your hair can benefit greatly from turmeric use. It works to moisturize the hair as well as promoting new hair growth. Turmeric also treats dandruff, increases circulation in the scalp, and helps to prevent hair loss. It also works to treat any scalp conditions like itchiness, flaking, inflammation, and even alopecia.

Curcuminoids have a wide variety of pharmacological activities such as antioxidant, antiprotozoal, and anti-inflammatory, all of which are highly beneficial to you. 


The history of turmeric

Turmeric has a variety of different names, including Gauri, Indian Saffron, Haldi, Curcuma, and You Jin. The word turmeric derives from the Middle English “tarmaret” or “turmeryte.”

Turmeric is native to southeast India, but it is also cultivated throughout many tropical areas of the world. This herb is best known for its culinary and medicinal purposes, having been used in Asia for medicine since at least 1900 B.C.

Turmeric can be used for many different types of products. While most often known for its culinary purposes, it can also be used for medicinal purposes, soap making, skincare, and hair care.

How can you use Capilia Longa to treat hair loss?

Hair loss is a problem that affects both men and women. Patterned hair loss is a progressive hair loss that occurs in a specific pattern. The pattern in men is different from the pattern in women. Men develop recession at the temples, thinning, and eventually a bald spot on the top of the head (vertex scalp), then ultimately total baldness over the entire crown. The hair above the ears and at the back of the head is relatively spared.

In contrast, women develop diffuse thinning over the entire scalp that is most pronounced over the crown. Baldness is only seen in a minority of women (less than five percent).

Patterned baldness is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women, and is the result of genetic and hormonal factors. Hereditary baldness is so common that it is considered to be a normal part of the aging process.

The human body is completely covered with hair follicles, except on the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, and lips. Most follicles are tiny, and many of the hairs they produce do not grow long enough to emerge out from the pore.

Hair is made from a protein called keratin. The only living part of the hair is the root (sometimes known as the bulb), which is attached to the base of the follicle. The follicle supplies oxygen and nutrients to the root and lubricates the hair shaft with an oily substance called sebum.

The effects of Capilia Longa on hair growth

The turmeric plant and the chemical compound curcuminoid have over 400 preclinical trials and more than 1000 publications in the biomedical literature, and thus the most thoroughly researched formulation in biomedicine.

Capilia Longa, which is the main ingredient in Bio-Pilixin, our hair activation serum, achieves hair growth reactivation through a biological approach. It produces an epigenetic reset of the hair bulb, re-starting the activity of the dermal papilla cells.

Furthermore, Capilia Longa increases blood circulation in the scalp and prevents hair loss. The advanced Capilia Longa formula helps to strengthen hair follicles, stimulate healthier and stronger hair growth, and extend the life of the hair fibers.

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Which one is better for hair growth: Capilia Longa or Minoxidil?

There's no simple answer to this. Capilia Longa has earnt its place as one of the best minoxidil alternatives on the market and Minoxidil has been a mainstay in the industry.

In short, Capilia Longa is a great choice if you're concerned about the potential side effects of Minoxidil, and Minoxidil is a great choice if you can live with its potential side effects on your body.

These side effects might not end even after you discontinue its usage. This is also the primary reason behind our pursuit towards Capilia Longa.

Which hair products contain Capilia Longa?

Capilia Longa is the key ingredient in our Bio-Pilixin hair activation serum. It can be used by both men and women, on all hair types. 

Is Capilia Longa safe to use?

Yes, several studies and research have proved the positive benefits of using products containing Capilia Longa. It is a formula derived from turmeric, a natural plant, and there are no known harmful side effects to its daily use. Of course, you should always follow the instructions listed on the product.

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Mariyam Fatima M.B.B.S. is working as PGR (Post Graduate Resident/Registrar) of Internal Medicine in Nishtar Hospital Multan - one of the most prestigious institutions in Pakistan. She belongs to the rare progeny of healthcare professionals registered with the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) as Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs). In her free time, she’s a reader and an aspiring author.