CREATE AN IDEAL SCALP ENVIRONMENT TO HELP PROMOTE NEW HAIR GROWTH!
Helps fight hair loss.
Combats dandruff and minoxidil-caused flaking and itching.
Has strong anti-aging action on the scalp.
Promotes hair cell regeneration, regulates sebum production.
Enhances the body?s ability to prevent the recurrence of scalp itching, irritation, redness, and flaking.
Improve and maintain a healthy scalp and encourage hair growth.
Follione Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo is suitable for both men and women of all ages who want to regrow hair, prevent further loss, and improve the overall health of the scalp. The potent formula reinvigorates your skin from the inside out, allowing new hair to grow naturally. The powerful formula includes highly concentrated natural ingredients, with no sulfates, no silicones, no parabens, no formaldehyde, and no synthetic colors or fragrances.
Follione Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo is the perfect partner for Minoxidil. Minoxidil, which is used to treat thinning hair, can cause dandruff-like flaking as a side effect. But if left untreated, it can become so itchy and inflamed that it causes temporary hair loss. Follione Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo also has a cooling effect on the scalp and it helps to get rid of irritation caused by this medication. It will not just provide a soothing effect to your scalp but also act as a catalyst in treating your hair loss problem.
CLINICALLY PROVEN INGREDIENTS
With our experience mixed with our lab’s expertise in the latest ingredients, science, and technology, we knew we could deliver the best performing active ingredients on the market.
We don?t simply fluff our way thru our label. Our formulas have high concentrations of active ingredients, which helps give you the best and promised results.
FREE FROM HARSH CHEMICALS
Choosing hair loss products that are free from harsh chemicals can help to reduce the number of chemicals that come into contact with your scalp.
KNOW OUR HIGHLY ACTIVE INGREDIENTS!
- +CAFFEINE 2%
- Caffeine has potent antioxidant properties. It helps protect cells against the UV radiation and slows down the process of photoaging of the skin. Moreover, caffeine contained in cosmetics increases the microcirculation of blood in the skin and also stimulates the growth of hair through inhibition of the 5-?-reductase activity.
- +PIROCTONE OLAMINE 0.5%
- It is a compound that has a similar effect on dandruff as the well-known ingredient Ketoconazole. Studies on the effectiveness of Piroctone Olamine show that it also stimulates hair growth and helps against hereditary hair loss. Dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis can cause hair loss and thinning hair. It is assumed that dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis are caused by the Malassezia globose, a single cell fungus on the skin that occurs only on the scalp.
- +4-TERPINEOL 0.5%
- Terpinen-4-ol is the most active ingredient of tea tree oil to kill demodex mites. It has an antibacterial and antifungal effect.
- +BUCHU FLAVONOIDS 900ppm
- Buchu Leaf is native to South Africa. It is an effective diuretic, antiseptic, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. It can normalize excessive sebum secretions.
- +CHLOROPHYLL 700ppm
- Chlorophyllin has been shown to have DNA-protective and antioxidant properties, inhibiting DNA adduction. Chlorophyllin also quenches all major oxygen species and acts to protect mitochondria.
- +SALICIN 160ppm
- Salicin is the primary salicylates found in white willow bark. It has astringent, anti-inflammatory, soothing and conditioning properties.
- +RED CLOVER ISOFLAVONES 30ppm
- Isoflavones play an important role in slowing down the aging process of the scalp, while their effect on epidermal and fibroblast cells dramatically boost elastin and collagen production.
- +SOY ISOFLAVONES 10ppm
- Soy isoflavones play an important role in slowing down the aging process of the scalp, while their effect on epidermal and fibroblast cells dramatically boost elastin and collagen production.
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