- Extends hair’s life cycle
- Prevents hair thinning
- Supports healthy hair growth
- Strengthens and adds density
- Contains, Energizing botanical concentrate
12 Vials at .118 fl. oz.
Innovation thinning hair treatment with CapicellPro
Energizing Botanical Concentrate
Extends hair’s life cycle
Prevents hair thinning
Supports healthy hair growth
Strengthens and adds density
Innovative research in biotechnology, Phytolium®4 is the first treatment of thinning hair using Capicellpro, a botanical complex developed to protect hair follicle cells.
Endorsed by 4 Patents, this energizing botanical concentrate facilitates healthy hair growth and thickens the diameter of each hair strand.
Prevents Hair Thinning
Serenoa extract inhibits the 5a-reductase, which is responsible for hair thinning. Essential oils of sage cajeput, rosemary, lemon, and cypress boast
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Question by Meg W: What do I do for an abnormal amount of hair loss?
I’ve always had very thick hair, thank goodness. I’ve let my hair grow and have it colored/highlighted about every 5-6 weeks, but I’ve done that for years. I can run my hand through my hair and come up with 20 to 50 hairs in my fingers and I’m not pulling hard. My brush is full after brushing my hair once. When I would pull my hair back in a ponytail it was very thick and lots to work with, but now it’s only about 3/4 inch in diameter. I don’t pull it back anymore for fear that that is one of the problems. I am not taking any new medication and there doesn’t seem to be a logical reason for the hair loss. My mother said it was “seasonal shedding,” but I’ve never had it like this ever! I have it trimmed just a little each time to prevent split ends damaging my hair. Can anyone help? Any suggestions? I would appreciate any reasonable solution.
Answer by Lauren
My guess is that it’s hair dye-related, but I’d check with my doctor if I were you. There are certain immune disorders that pop up randomly that could have something to do with it. My mom had that problem last October, and later resolved it by taking a break from hair dye products. She switched to a different brand and it never happened again. While I’m guessing this is your problem, you should still check with your doctor. There are so many things that can trigger something like that, it’s best to know for sure.
Best of luck!
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