ANTI HAIR LOSS TREATMENT
KERAPLANT is a specific range of treatments designed to limit excessive hair loss normalizing hair shedding to the normal physiological level. This is achieved by means of improving the microcirculation of the scalp.
KERAPLANT ENERGISING SHAMPOO (500ml)
Based on ginseng, trichocomplex and menthol Energising bath washes delicately stimulating and tonifying the scalp.
How to use
: Distribute the product on wet hair and massage delicately, rinse off. Repeat the above
leaving it to act for 2 minutes before rinsing off.
KERAPLANT ENERGIZING LOTION COMPLEX(6 phials of 6ml)
Intensive treatment which stimulates hair growth (improves cellular metabolism, oxygenation and microcirculation) and balances sebaceous secretions in the scalp.
which combines Soya Sulphopeptides, the amino acids tyrosine, arginine, ornithine and citrulline, amino saccharides and vitamins of the B group (PP, B5, Biotin), zinc salts, extracts of Panax Ginseng and Arctium Mayus.
How to use
: Break open the phial.
Insert the plastic dropper and distribute the contents at the base of the hair massaging in order to aid absorption.
Apply after the specific bath on washed, towel dried hair or directly on dry hair.
DO NOT RINSE!
Style as usual
allow some time to pass before using the blower.
Every hair goes through a cycle that lasts from 3 to 7 years and ends with a normal physiological shedding making way for the new hair to grow. The number of hairs that fall at a particular time is from 10 to 50 a day and varies from person to person and according to the time of the year even in the same person. However when there is excessive shedding and the new hair does not replace it the result is alopecia (hair loss).
Factors giving rise to hair loss:
Environmental (external pollution or internally ingested toxins e.g. through smoking, drugs, pharmaceuticals etc.)
Seasonally induced activity of the scalp functions
Lack of sulpho amino acids
Lack of vitamins, zinc and iron
It has been established that one of the causes of hair loss is due to the fact that the hair follicle progressively becomes harder because of lack of nourishment and oxygenation eventually resulting in suffocation of the bulb.and atrophy of the hair follicle.
Diagnosis of abnormalities in the scalp
Sparseness of hairs on the scalp
Capillaries can be seen indicating that the dermis has become thinner.
The scalp feels rigid to the touch and it is also dry and flakes off easily