Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum 8x5.5ml
René Furterer Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum is a powerful treatment for progressive hair loss.
Its exclusive formula, suitable for all hair types, acts on the three decisive stages of the hair's life cycle (birth, development, and maturity).
It contains Biotrinine that has a natural ability to act in a targeted way on the life cycle of the hair. It also has Curbicia Extract that works overtime to regulate the hyperproduction of sebum in the scalp. And is also rich in Pfaffia Extract that maximizes the supply of essential elements to the hair.
All in all, this unique serum helps slow down hair loss, not only stimulating hair development but also extending the lifespan of the hair. In effect, from the very first month of use, the hair density increases and the scalp is less visible, making this the most popular anti-hair loss treatment in France.
- Biotrinine has a natural ability to act in a targeted way on the life cycle of the hair. It slows down hair loss, not only stimulating hair development but also extending the lifespan of the hair;
- Curbicia Extract works overtime to regulate the hyperproduction of sebum in the scalp;
- Pfaffia Extract maximizes the supply of essential elements to the hair. It improves micro-circulation and enhances hair development.
How to use:
After shampoo, apply the entire content of one René Furterer Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum vial, section by section, to the damp scalp. Massage the product with circular movements, using the exclusive massage applicator tip, and do not rinse. Wash the applicator thoroughly after use. Use twice a week during the first month, then once a week for two months.
Rene Furterer philosphy " Beautiful hair grows from a healthy scalp, like a plant in fertile soil"
René Furterer’s story takes root in Provence, France. Influenced by his grandmother, he became fascinated with botany at a very young age. Aware of the richness of flora and its fragrances, this visionary young hairdresser observed nature and a deep-seated belief was born in him: the beauty of hair, is inspired by that of plants. He understood that a head of hair flourishes from a scalp that is cared for, just as plants grow best in fertile, managed soil. He thus developed a method of scalp treatments and massages that would revolutionize hair care.
Some years later, the young René Furterer was working as a hairdresser in his wife’s Parisian salon. At that time, women longed for the platinum curls of Marilyn Monroe, but no hair care products were available to repair the damage caused by so many styling techniques. The solution he devised was his Karité nourishing mask, which still today continues to revitalize and repair even the most damaged hair. He went on to create Complexe 5, a miraculous elixir of essential oils that has become an indispensable step in the beauty routine.
In 1957, René Furterer created a method he called Etheirology, an original philosophy built around a healthy scalp and beautiful hair (etheirology, from the Greek etheira, hair, and etheiro, to treat). He began practicing this approach in his first Hair Spa in Paris by developing a three-phase “Prepare, Cleanse, and Treat” method, which offers a custom treatment routine based on techniques carefully selected according to a sophisticated preliminary diagnosis.
3 steps that always carried on all their range
- Step 1 : PREPARE : Essential oils stimulate the scalp to activate micro-cirulation and leave scalp more receptive to the treatment.
- Step 2 : CLEANSE : Key ingredients formulated to meet the needs of specific hair and scalp conditions
- Step 3 : TREAT : Personalized product that nourishes deep down to reveal beautiful, healthy hair
What is Hair Loss ?
New hair normally replaces the lost hair, but this doesn’t always happen. Hair loss can develop gradually over years or happen abruptly. Hair loss can be permanent or temporary.
What causes hair Loss ?
First, your doctor will try to determine the underlying cause of your hair loss. The most common cause of hair loss is hereditary male- or female-pattern baldness.
If you have a family history of baldness, you may have this type of hair loss. Certain sex hormones can trigger hereditary hair loss. It may begin as early as puberty.
In some cases, hair loss may occur with a simple halt in the cycle of hair growth. Major illnesses, surgeries, or traumatic events can trigger hair loss. However, your hair will usually start growing back without treatment.
- Hormonal changes can cause temporary hair loss. Examples include: pregnancy, childbirth, menopause
- Medical conditions that can cause hair loss include: thyroid disease, alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles), scalp infections like ringworm
- Medications used to treat: cancer, high blood pressure, arthritis, depression, heart problems
- A physical or emotional shock: a death in the family, extreme weight loss, a high fever
- Traction hair loss can be due to hairstyles that put pressure on the follicles by pulling the hair back very tightly.
How to combat hair loss & hair thinning
1. Balance diet
Make sure you’re eating a balanced diet that includes adequate amounts of iron and protein. Certain beauty regimens can worsen or cause hair loss.
2. Growth Supplements
3. Delicate shampooing
Unless you have extremely oily hair, consider washing your hair only every other day. If not, use a very mild shampoo.
4. Topicals gels
Do at home treatments to prevent and regrowth the hair. Crescina HFSC 100% Complete Treatment 1300 (10+10 vials) combines 2 formulations in one pack.
Crescina Re-Growth HFSC (amber vial) promotes physiological hair growth. Crescina Anti-Hair Loss HSSC helps prevent and hinder the physiological, non-pathological, causes of hair loss.
How to combat extreme hair loss
For extreme cases surgical procedures, such as hair transplant are the best to treat baldness. It involves moving small plugs of skin, each with a few hairs, to bald parts of your scalp. This works well for people with inherited baldness since they typically loose hair on the top of the head. Because this type of hair loss is progressive, you would need multiple surgeries over time.