- Akasia indigo
Strengthen Hair shaft
HSOR + NAD
HSOR (hydroxy steroid oxido reductase) :
Enzyme combination that interferes in the normal metabolism of the DHM.
NAD (nicotine adenine dinucleotide)
dihydrotestosterone 17-ceto- 5α dihydrotestosterone
Changes the DHT to inactive form
Impossible its union with the receptors of the hair follicle .
•Inhibit 5-alpha reductase Enzyme . The beneficial effects of topical application of caffeine in AGA can thus be attributed to inhibition of phosphodiesterase, improvement in barrier function, follicular penetration, stimulation and promotion of hair growth. Thus it appears to be a useful adjuvant in the management of AGA. However, further studies need to be done to confirm and establish the role of caffeine in management of AGA.
Stimulates Hair Growth. Caffeine is considered a stimulant for hair follicles. Research by the
International Journal of Dermatology indicated that topical treatment with caffeine resulted in the increase in average growth of hair follicles by around 46%. It also extended its life cycle by 33%.
Oleic acid and linoleic acid
stimulates hair growth, maintains a healthy scalp conditions, and will control water loss in your hair. Oleic acid will also control water loss in your strands while making your hair softer and more pliable
Prevent grey hair
While you can’t really prevent or reverse graying, there may be simple steps you can take to avoid premature graying. Doctors say low B12 levels can cause lessening of hair pigments.
Apigenin, Kaempferol, Myricetin.
How to use
• Wet the Hair thoroughly.
• Apply a Small amout of Shampoo to
• With the tips of _ngers , massage in
• Leave on a few minutes.
• Rinse out well under Running Water.
• Use Twice per a week
• After Shampooing Dry Hair as normal.
• Spread 3ml from Vial over Scalp and
Hair with Gentle Massage Movement.
• Don’t Rinse out.
Apply on Dry Hair Daily to get Best
Results Complete INDIGO Treatment
for 2 months
SERUM (4 VAILS X 25 ml)
SHAMPOO 120 ML
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