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Announcing a RevivHair Max Stimulating Serum upgrade!
• Now with Prohairin-Beta4:
Studies show that Prohairin-ß4 (Octapeptide-2) acts as a stimulator of hair growth, at least in part by antagonizing the inhibitory effects of something called BMP4 on hair follicle development. It also targets the prevention of depigmentation in hair.
• Additional upgrades for RevivHair Max: new bottle safety seal; separate shrink-wrapped dropper applicator included; larger packaging; SAME LOW PRICE!
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Hair Strengthening Protein
Healthy hair is resistant to breakage because it demonstrates flexibility within its cortex as well as maintaining cuticle integrity. Through daily grooming and styling, hair is subjected to tensile forces, bending stresses and cuticle abrasion that ultimately cause a weakening of the hair fiber itself in addition to damaging the cuticle layer.
Increasing the strength of the hair is a two-fold strategy that must address both its inner flexibility along with the integrity of its surface layer. With an intermediate-range molecular weight of 1800, Keravis™ (INCI: Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein PG-Propyl Silanetriol) addresses both of these issues by simultaneously penetrating the hair shaft to optimize moisture content and plasticity of the hair, while also forming a cross-linking film that coats the hair to lubricate, protect and reinforce the cuticle. Hair treated with the Keravis strengthening active shows a proven increase in hair strength - triple the strength of damaged hair compared to a control conditioner. Treated hair can demonstrate the increased resilience, flexibility and reduced breakage seen in healthy hair.
RevivHair Stimulating Conditioner utilizes this patented protein to address the three fundamental parameters of hair strength: tensile properties, bending modulus and cuticle abrasion.
See more on its product page here.
— Portions excerpted from Keravis datasheet and Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazine
GGB Rating: 5/5
ABOUT REVIVHAIR PLACODE BOOSTER SERUM:
This amazing leave-in serum is claimed to be a great addition to your haircare routine in order to reduce hair loss, encourage hair growth, and develop healthy hair follicles. Apart from this it also helps in strengthening the fibre against breakage and thickening the existing hair strands. Formulated with the most eligible hair growth peptides this serum can be used by men and women both.
REVIVHAIR PLACODE BOOSTER SERUM REVIEW:
RevivHair Placode Booster Serum comes in set of five glass vials with a syringe which can be used for applying the serum on to the scalp. The serum in the glass vial is tightly sealed and though it looks thick in texture it gets applied very well on to the scalp. Each vial consists of 6mL of serum, you need to use 1mL of serum every day. Using the syringe you can draw out exact 1mL of the serum and can apply it all over the scalp and massage it on to the scalp. The serum gets absorbed immediately and does not feel sticky or heavy. I preferred using it daily at night. If you are washing your hair daily, you can use it every morning after washing hair as well. It would be better to keep it as long as possible on to the scalp.
The best thing I observed about using this serum was that immediately within 2-3 uses my hairfall was reduced by 80 percent. Moreover I also observed better texture in my hair after using it for more than 2 weeks. About hair growth I observed that my hair partition did look much dense compared to what it was couple of weeks ago. RevivHair claims that the serum consists of highly stable and highly pure biometric peptides which is derived from bacterial fermentation which stimulates hair growth, thickening of hair and reducing hairfall.
I could genuinely see the difference in my hair density and texture. I would recommend this serum for anyone who is facing hairfall or hair thinning. Currently the product is available at discounted rate of USD 44.00/- and can be bought from here.
Full review here.
Being a new mom can be one of the most emotionally rewarding — and challenging — experiences a woman faces. And while you may have anticipated your body to go through a whirlwind of changes, you may not have expected your hair to start falling out in clumps.
Also referred to as postpartum hair loss, telogen gravidarum, and telogen effluvium, excessive hair shedding after childbirth (which would occur anywhere between two and four months after giving birth) can affect between 40 and 50 percent of women, according to statistics from the American Pregnancy Association.
“When a woman is pregnant, she has a lot of extra hormones in the body, including estrogen,” says Christine Carlan Greves, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist in Orlando, Florida. “The estrogen helps protect us from losing our hair. Then when she has the baby, there’s a sudden change in the hormone levels, including a drop in the estrogen. And this shift can cause a response in the body that may affect the hair cycle.”
In fact, Greves adds that breastfeeding can also contribute to hair shedding because it increases prolactin levels (the hormone produced in the pituitary gland that is responsible for breast milk production), which is associated with hair loss as well.
[Excerpted from Allure Magazine article here.]
Solve your postpartum hair loss issues with our complete range of RevivHair hair stimulating products. See how they all work together by clicking here.