CRL-  PEPTIDE HR COMPLEX

CRL- PEPTIDE HR COMPLEX

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Key Ingredients:

Biotinyl Tripeptide-1: Considered a protein derivative, this specialized synthetic molecule contains three amino acid residues: glycerine, histidine, and lysine. It is frequently used as a skin conditioning agent for its role in building and preventing the breakdown of collagen.

Biotin: A form of vitamin B that is essential for cellular growth in the body, as well as the activity of many enzyme systems. It is commonly found in many dermatologist-recommended hair loss treatments for its key role in the manufacturing of healthy hair.

Apigenin: A bioflavonoid (bioflavonoids maintain the walls of small blood vessels) commonly found in leafy plants and vegetables like parsley, artichoke, basil, and celery. Current research trials indicate that it can reduce DNA oxidative damages. For its vasodialative properties, it increases circulation through blood vessels.

Oleanolic Acid: Possesses antioxidant properties which have a beneficial effect on the hair, making it stronger and less susceptible to loss. Its anti-inflammatory properties aid in reversing and preventing the damage caused by DHT. Oleanolic Acid also has the ability to inhibit 5-alpha-reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone.

Kopexil: Increases the volume of hair in the growth stage by working on the deep structure of the roots. Hair loss is connected to the deterioration of the roots in both men and women. Kopexil rejuvenates the hair roots so that healthy hair growth can persist. It corrects fibrosis, a condition of the hair roots that causes blood vessels to compress and shorten the life span of the hair follicle.

 

Directions:

Peptide HR Complex should be applied daily, before bedtime, on clean scalp. Apply a moderate amount to the affected area and vigorously massage the scalp using fingertips until absorbed. This will stimulate blood flow to the area. Do not rinse or wash off.

Caution:

Discontinue use if irritation or redness develops.