The product designed for washing the scalp and hair is indicated for men and women prone to hair loss, balding and greying. It is recommended for weakened hair that is prone to premature aging which manifests itself through visible thinning and the onset of grey hair. Used regularly for prolonged periods of time, the shampoo delays hair greying and gradually restores the natural, physiological hair colour. The formula is suitable for daily use. The shampoo has no hair dyeing effect.
The shampoo offers an effective solution to the problems of hair greying and hair loss related to the natural genetic age of the hair as well as environment and civilization-related factors (stress, poor eating habits, environmental pollution) which cause premature hair aging. The shampoo effectively cleanses the scalp and improves hair condition. Thanks to the potent effect of concentrated naringenin, the shampoo works in two ways: it slows down hair aging and restores the natural hair pigmentation. Naringenin activates mitochondria which are critical for life processes in cells, extending their life span and silencing the genes responsible for the suppression of pigment synthesis. This way it slows down hair graying and reduces the number of gray hair. Combined with nut extract which is a rich source of phytopigments, it gradually darkens gray hair and restores its natural colour. A highly effective caffeine and Natural Growth Factor FGF complex (which is the subject of a patent application) significantly strengthens hair follicles and extends their life span (the growth phase), making hair less prone to falling out and thinning. D-panthenol and cationic polymers with irritation soothing and regenerating properties restore the natural pH level of the scalp and help to maintain optimum hydration.
Direction for use
- Natural growth factor FGF
- Caffeine complex
- Nut extract
HIGH TOLERANCE AND EFFICACY DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED ADVANCED FORMULA DESIGNED FOR VERY SENSITIVE SKIN The product was developed as a result of a research project conducted in collaboration with a science centre (PBS1/B8/1/2012).