Hair loss usually does not have much effect on your appearance. But when you start to see scalp or bald spots, there may be a more important reason for your hair loss. Hair loss is a common condition that can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, specific medical conditions, hormonal changes, and the use of medications such as stimulants and blood thinners. There are no magic bullets for hair growth, but research has shown that some plants may slow down hair loss or help it regrow. One of these plants is Sao Palmito. Sao Palmito is often used to balance hormone levels and fight hair loss. Sao Palmito helps block the activity of 5-alpha reductase (5α-R), an enzyme that converts testosterone to a hair loss-related hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It also prevents hair loss by reducing the absorption of DHT in hair follicles, which reduces its ability to bind to specific hormone receptors. Sao Palmito was effective in improving hair growth in 60% of men with baldness with a pattern between the ages of 23 and 64 years. Cerita T2 HERBAL Hair Tonic strengthens hair circulation with compounds and vitamins such as B5, B6, B7, Sao Palmito and caffeine, and inhibits the important causes of hormonal hair loss.
Cerita T2 HERBAL Hair Tonic Ingredients:
Ethyl alcohol 96%, glycerin 99.5%, water, butylene glycol, sernova serulata fruit extract, panthenol (precursor of vitamin B5), lecithin, tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), caffeine, biotin (vitamin B7), peppermint extract, peppermint extract , Sage extract, Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), Chamomile extract, Nettle extract, Sodium levonate water, Potassium sorbate, Authorized cosmetic essential oil, Color code 77499, Color code 77499, Color code 15985, Deionized water
How to use Cerita T2 HERBAL Hair Tonic:
Once a day, spray 1-2 cc (7 cc per puff spray) of Cerita tonic on hair loss areas on the scalp, then gently massage the scalp with your fingertips with a gentle motion.
Tips for using Cerita T2 HERBAL Hair Tonic:
The use of this product is prohibited in the first 3 months of pregnancy and is prohibited during breastfeeding according to the doctor’s instructions.