La Femme Morphogene
Includes one 125mL bottle of hair solution.
Availability: In stock
A Multi-Faceted Approach
This product falls into the category of supplemental and potentially beneficial. It should be added to a treatment regimen consisting of clinically proven products first. In the case of women's hair loss, this usually means a foundation of Minoxidil / Rogaine, or some sort of topical antiandrogen like S5 Cream or Revivogen (pictured to the right). If your physician is well-versed on androgenetic alopecia in women, he or she may also have you on oral spironolactone. The cause of your hair loss is the most important element of this equation however. The vast majority of women's thinning hair responds best to growth stimulants like Rogaine. However there is a solid case to be made for the use of Antiandrogens, which block unwanted hormonal activity leading to hair loss in the scalp.
This product addresses all aspects
Absorption & Vasodilation
This product touts "the most advanced skin penetrator on the market": (Laurocapram) to infuse Vitamins and minerals to the follicles (B3 - Niacin, B5 - Pantothenic Acid, B6, B7 - Biotin, and Zinc). Another ingredient known as Kopexil is intended to increase the volume of the hair you do have by working on the structure of the roots. This "hair thickening" effect can make thin hair look thicker. Additionally, the product states that fibrosis is a condition where hair roots cause blood vessels to compress and shorten the life span of the hair follicle. Kopexil corrects this problem. It's basically a vasodilator, similar to Minoxidil / Rogaine.
Biotin (B7) is necessary for cell growth, and the production of fatty acids. Biotin is often recommended for strengthening hair and nails. Pantothenic acid (B5) is used to synthesize coenzyme-A (CoA), as well as to synthesize and metabolize proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Niacin (B3) is beneficial to hair growth since it enhances blood circulation of the scalp and stimulates the metabolism of hair follicles. Ever heard of Tricomin Therapy Spray? Its one of our best-selling products for women with thinning hair. It uses a technology that is also found in this product. Copper Peptide technology. This type of solution has been shown to shorten the resting phase of dormant hairs, and cause more hairs to be in growth phase at any given time. This results in noticeably thicker hair over 6 to 12 month periods.
PRODEW® 500 is the amino acid blend developed to achieve a new technology for hair care. Unlike the skin, the presence and the role of naturally occurring free amino acids in hair are not well known, but amino acids applied externally are known to interact with the hair to produce various cosmetic effects such as moisturizing, strengthening structure, color-protection, and the repair of surface damage. The amino acid component in PRODEW® 500 is modeled after the constituent amino acids of proteins existing in the cell membrane. All the scientific mumbo jumbo aside: This product conditions your scalp, which is an important part of treating hair loss
Setting Your Expectations
Please remember that treating hair loss is a slow process that requires persistence and patience. Any legitimate hair loss treatment will take between 6-12 months to begin working, and a full 2 years before optimal results are attained. So set your expectations accordingly. There may be shedding periods in between. Shedding is a natural part of any effective treatment regimen. Existing hairs are ejected and new, healthier hairs are generated in their place. It does not always happen, but it should be expected. Especially any time you modify your treatment regimen. This is why starting small (with 1-3 core products) and waiting 6 months to a year before adding anything new, is an important part of treating hair loss effectively.
Take photos of your hair in bright light, both wet and dry. This will help you keep perspective as time goes on. Especially through shedding periods which may cause you to think you've lost more hair. Photos will help you see that things haven't gotten any worse.
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