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Bio Energiser

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Inci:Propylene Glycol, Aqua, Panthenol, Pelvetia Canaliculata Extract, Laminaria Digitata Extract, Methylparaben, Propylparaben

An algae derived active useful for temporary hair loss. Studies showed it increased hair growth and hair density.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Bio Energiser is a transparent orange to reddish brown coloured liquid. As it is a naturally occurring product, the colour may vary slightly from batch to batch and there may be sediment in the bottle.
 
It is derived from two types of algae from the Brittany area of France; Laminaria Digitata is an algae that is known for its stimulating properties and its ability to regulate sebum flow. Pelvetia Canaliculata is an algae that is known for its anti stress, stimulating and cleansing properties.
The combined action of both extracts results in improved hair vitality when applied with scalp massage as it stimulates the microcirculation of the scalp. Studies have shown that this increased hair growth by 27% as well as the hair density by 10% over a two month period.
 
The individual materials that make up Bio Energiser are listed on the Cosmetic Ingredient Database (CosIng).

HOW TO USE IT

Use in formulations at 5%.
 
Skin Care
No specific skin care use although it can be included in mascaras, as well as other eyelash and eyebrow formulations to stimulate growth.
Hair Care
The best effects are seen when it is applied twice a day and worked in with a scalp massage so that the micro circulation picks up the active components.
 
Use in gels, sprays and serums.

RECIPES & BLENDS

Adding a stimulant like peppermint will boost microcirculation enabling the skin to pick up the active even better.
 
Click on the link below to be directed to a great recipe featuring Bio Energiser:
 

TRADITIONAL USE

Being concerned about hair loss is not exclusive to the modern era. The Ancient Egyptians had a number of “cures” including blending a mixture of the fats taken from hippopotamus, crocodile, tom cat, snake and ibex and mixing it with water drained from boiling porcupine hair. Sautéeing the leg of a female greyhound with a donkey hoof was also recommended. Hippocrates noticed that male eunuchs did not get thinning hair problems but, unsurprisingly, castration never took off as a cure.