Hair loss in normal conditions is to be considered a natural physiological process of hair replacement. Hair growth, loss and regrowth are part of the hair life cycle, a sequence that is repeated continuously throughout a person’s life.
As long as hair loss is within the confines of this regrowth cycle it needn’t worry. However, when the phenomenon is triggered by exogenous, genetic or hormonal factors, it is possible that the falling structures are not adequately replaced by equally healthy hair.
Depending on the characteristics of the person and other factors such as problems with the scalp or the hair bulb, hair loss can manifest itself in many different forms. Baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, is the most common hair problem. More than 70% of men and 40% of women are affected in their lifetime.
The new Crescina Transdermic Rapid-Intensive acts on the thinned scalp and thanks to its direct action within the hair follicle, where the cells responsible for initiating new hair life cycles are stored, physiologically and synergistically promotes growth. of the hair. Furthermore, thanks to its components similar to the molecules naturally present in the hair system, it stimulates the regeneration of the hair in a targeted way.
The Complete Rapid-Intensive Crescina Transdermic Re-Growth and Anti-Fall Treatment is a topical cosmetic treatment that combines the two types of vials in a single package.
To ensure that the functional molecules of Crescina penetrate not only from the follicular ostia but also through the scalp to reach the hair system, Labo researchers have developed a “Transdermal” technology based on the low molecular weight of active substances and on the presence of enhancers, for their penetration into the skin layers of the scalp.
Follicular IslandUnlike single follicles that are valid for only one hair, FOLLICULAR ISLANDS, depending on the distribution and number, can count two or more hairs. With the thinning process, it is therefore essential to reserve a specific treatment for the follicular islands that is appropriate to the complexity of this extremely important system, in proportion to the total number of stems on the scalp.