Vial | Hair Loss Cocktail
Vial | Hair Loss Cocktail
Its formula combines diverse kind of ingredients, acting on different levels and steps of the hair growth cycle. The activity of its components follows the required rules to restablish cellular regeneration systems and skip the commune unbalanced hormonal and glandular conditions during men or women’s hair loss. It induces a vasodilatation that seeks an adequate perfusion of the cells of the hair bulb optimizing the delivery of nutrients. The content of high concentrations of B group vitamins ensures a complete nutrition of the dermal papilla as well as a proper metabolic function. Its chelating action prevents the effect of the abundant metals in the telogen phase and protects the structures attached to the hair follicle that reinforce all the capillary structure.
BCN Scalp is indicated to restore cell regeneration systems and prevent hormonal and glandular imbalances typical of hair loss in both men and women.
It induces a vasodilatation that ensures an ideal perfusion of the hair bulb cells, optimizing the supply of nutrients. Its chelating action prevents the action of metals that abound in the telogen phase and protects the structures attached to the pilosebaceous follicle that reinforce the entire capillary structure.
Panthenol, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B1, Biotin, Iron.
Dexpanthenol, a natural component of skin and hair, is the alcoholic analogue of pantothenic acid or vitamin B5 and is therefore the provitamin B5 that is rapidly absorbed through the skin and transformed into vitamin B5. Its effectiveness is based on its great moisturizing power and its good penetration into the skin.
Biotin is called vitamin H, vitamin B7 or vitamin B8 and is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids and the metabolism of amino acids. By accelerating lipid synthesis, it improves the skin’s function as a natural barrier.
Thiamine or Vitamin B1 is an antioxidant that increases blood circulation in the skin and scalp. With this action it improves the penetration of blood and fluids, and therefore oxygen, in the different areas of the skin and in the hair follicles.
Pyridoxine or vitamin B6 has been shown to decrease the formation of dihydrotestosterone and regulate its excess in the hair root, thus limiting hair loss and stimulating growth.
Iron, as a fundamental component of many proteins and enzymes, has a direct effect on hair, in such a way that certain types of alopecia are usually corrected with an increase in iron.
Aqua/Water, Panthenol, Disodium Adenosine Triphosphate, Taurine, Zinc Gluconate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Biotin.