Hair loss is definitely a sensitive topic for all of us who suffer from it. Although reasons and cures for hair loss amongst men are widely discussed due to the fact that most of them are genetically predisposed to hair loss, the same issue amongst women is still considered a taboo topic. In the past, women have remained silent about the issue due to society’s preconceived notions about how they are expected to have long and thick tresses and how if they don’t, it is considered to be a rare defective condition. What most of these people failed to understand is that the issue of hair loss amongst women are generally tied to more complicated medical issues such as hormonal imbalance and medication side effects. Fortunately, in recent years, medical studies and researches conducted by leading cosmetic research centres, including Labo Cosprophar Suisse, have been successful in shedding more light on this issue and educating the masses about it.
According to the researchers at Labo, although revival of dead hair follicles is considered impossible, there is definitely hope for reducing hair thinning and hair loss that are caused by common medical and physiological conditions. And this is why the leading Swiss brand that has dedicated itself to identify and patent special cosmetic products that provide high benefits to consumers, have developed the Crescina Re-Growth HSFC 1300 Shampoo. The Swiss patented formula of this shampoo contains active ingredients (Cysteine, Lysine and Glycoprotein), which can help stimulate natural hair growth. Other ingredients of the shampoo such as Hydrolyzed Keratin Protein which enables in replacing the missing and damaged keratin in your hair. The Propylene Glycol, a non-carcinogenic and non-toxic chemical substance that has humectant effect to retain the moisture in your hair and the Hydrolyzed Rice Protein’s property to bind with oils essentially makes the shampoo safe for even an allergy-prone and sensitive scalp. Overall, the unique formulation of the shampoo enables what to not only win the battle against hair loss but also win the war against damaged hair.