Hair Loss Cream
Hair loss cream is an effective ayurvedic remedy aimed to treat a hair loss and help to regenerate the hair growth. It accelerates hair growth activeness, improves hair density and makes it tensile.
50 ml Hair Loss Cream
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|50ml × 1 tube||69.94$||69.94$||0.00$||+ Add To Cart|
|50ml × 2 tubes||55.94$||111.88$||28.00$||+ Add To Cart|
Hair loss cream has a specialized ayurvedic formula consisting of herbs and other natural ingredients. This remedy is aimed to avert a further hair loss and help to regenerate the hair growth. The usage of this remedy accelerates hair growth activeness, improves hair density and makes it tensile.
Follow doctor's instructions regarding the usage of the appropriate dose for you. You need to take a bit of the cream in your hands and massage it gently by your fingerprints into the scalp. The cream applied should be spread over the entire scalp. To reach the best results you need to leave the cream for overnight. If it is necessary you can swill it in the morning. In case you suffer from a severe hair loss, you can use this cream twice per day. Avoid getting this cream on the clothes not to have it stained.
The usage of this remedy is applied provided the medical prescription is arranged. This cream does not help in cases of male baldness provoked due to some genetic deviations. Avoid putting it on the irritated or wounded skin.
Any contraindications haven’t been identified.
If you have missed your dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is near the time for your next dose, skip taking the missed dose. This herbal product is not to be taken in a doubling dose.
Possible side effect
Any side effects haven’t been observed as this product is not dangerous for health.
If you think you have used too much of this remedy seek immediate medical advice or consult with your health care professional.
Store this product at room temperature between 59-77 F (15-25 C) away from light and moisture, kids and pets.
Plant ingredients of the product originate from Butea monosperma (Palasha) and Butea parviflora (Palashabheda).
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