CanPrev - Healthy Hair - Beauty - 30 SG

C$35.99
  • Reduces hair loss by 50% after a minimum of 3 months (3 bottles)
  • Decreases the telogen (rest) phase and encourages more of the growth phase of your hair cycle
  • Stimulates hair growth

 

Healthy Hair is a clinically proven formula to improve the volume, health and beauty of your hair. It is a unique plant-based blend of non-GMO, gluten-free millet and wheat extracts, ecologically grown and harvested in the Chambord region of France.

 

Millet keeps your hair growth from being cut short
The gluten-free millet seed extract found in Healthy Hair contains unique lipid-type molecules called miliacin and ceramides. These compounds help stimulate keratinocyte metabolism and increase cell growth at the base of (our) hair follicles by over 140%. Nourished by millet, this increased keratin and cell activity can help prolong the growth phase of your hair cycle.

 

Hair growth nutrients – not in short supply
The hair follicles in the dermal papilla require a cocktail of biotin, zinc, vitamin B6, and protein for steady, optimal hair growth. In addition to the naturally occurring grain proteins in millet and wheat, Healthy Hair nourishes hair growth with therapeutic amounts of biotin, zinc and vitamin B6.

 

Recommended Use

Healthy Hair is clinically proven to reduce hair loss by 50% after 3 months, and improve the volume, health and beauty of your hair.

 

Directions

Adults - Take one (1) softgel per day with food or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Take a few hours before or after other medications or natural health products.

 

Cautions & Warnings

As with any natural health product, you should consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use, especially if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep out of reach of children.

 

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