YOUR NEW HAIR IS AN INVESTMENT
Protect it today!
Specifically formulated for hair transplant patients use after surgery.
Helps to control crusting and enhance healing. Soothes and nourishes the scalp, providing comfort and moisture. Provides a moist wound environment for post-operative protection.
No Sulfates | No Parabens | No Silicones | No Petrochemicals
With FolliOne’s unique formula for hair growth and healing, you can be certain that your hair transplant will be effective and protected!
Your body has its own mechanism for healing wounds. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work fast enough to save us from the pain and burning of a new hair transplant. Healing your wounds is especially important because it maximizes your chances for a successful surgery and a new head of hair. That’s why our Shampoo & Conditioner formula is packed with your body’s natural “wound-healing” compound.
Most shampoo includes added ingredients to cause foaming and bubbling, along with other harsh chemicals that cause damage to your scalp and hair. Everyday shampoos can cause further hair loss and reduce the success of your transplant. But FolliOne is formulated to be safer and less damaging.
Don’t ruin your surgery with inferior shampoos. Get the shampoo and conditioner made just for you!
CLINICALLY PROVEN INGREDIENTS
With our experience mixed with our labs 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.
FolliOne is designed specifically for men and women to use after hair transplants, and is less harsh and damaging than everyday shampoos.
KNOW YOUR HIGHLY ACTIVE INGREDIENTS!
- +TROXERUTIN 5000ppm
- Troxerutin is a rutoside, a naturally occurring flavonoid. It protects HDP cells against the H2O2-mediated reduction in viability. HDP cells are a major component of skin and direct hair growth, and loss or senescence of these cells is a key cause of hair loss.
- +BUCHU FLAVONOIDS 4500ppm
- Buchu Leaf is native to South Africa. It is an effective diuretic, antiseptic, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. It can normalize excessive sebum secretions.
- +4-TERPINEOL 2500ppm
- Terpinen-4-ol is the most active ingredient of tea tree oil. It has an antibacterial and antifungal effect.
- +CHLOROPHYLL 700ppm
- Chlorophyllin has been shown to have and antioxidant properties, inhibiting DNA adduction. Chlorophyllin also quenches all major oxygen species and acts to protect mitochondria. It provides a safe source of copper.
- +BAICALIN 500ppm
- Baicalin, a flavonoid isolated from Scutellaria baicalensis, is known to have multiple biological functions. It activates Wnt/β-catenin signaling in a dose-dependent manner in human DP cells. Results strongly suggest that baicalin promotes hair growth by regulating the activity of DP cells.
- +THYMOQUINONE 100ppm
- Thymoquinone is a phytochemical compound found in the plant Nigella sativa. It has anti inflammatory properties.
- +COPPER TRIPEPTIDE-1 100ppm
- It stimulates skin repair and increases the number of subcutaneous fat cells in the scalp, which strengthens and increases the size of hair follicles.
- +RED CLOVER ISOFLAVONES 35ppm
- Isoflavones play an important role in 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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