Lotion indicated for the treatment of hair caused by stress. Or as a complement to any anti-hair loss treatment.
DS Laboratories products feature the nanosome encapsulation system with continuous release of active ingredients. This system provides greater efficacy and longer lasting results. Results in less time if the treatment is maintained.
Revita® is a powerful combination of exclusive ingredients and 12 active ingredients specially designed with nanotechnology to maintain scalp vitality. Stimulates growth, stops hair loss, nourishes, moisturizes and strengthens hair.
REVITA® Conditioner is a complement to REVITA® Shampoo's anti-hair loss treatment. Formula with plant stem cells that stimulate the follicle and makes it more vital. Moisturizes and seals the hair fiber from the root. High anti-inflammatory effect.
Spectral.F7® is the only lotion with Astressin-B that reverses and prevents stress-related hair loss by blocking corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) receptors.
Spectral.DNC-N® combines the latest nanosomal technology in an easy to apply formula to stop hair loss and promote new hair growth through multiple mechanisms. Unique with 5% Nanoxidil
Its rich formula with 8 active ingredients effectively prevents hair loss, regenerates and stimulates growth by thickening and strengthening the hair follicle. For more information, consult your doctor.
Ingredients are selected that have been shown to be effective in studies.
The ingredient is encapsulated in a nano-sized liposome through a process.
When the product is applied, the nanosomes come into contact with the skin.
Due to the size of the nanosomes, the ingredients are able to penetrate deeper into the skin. Making the products much more effective while delivering faster results.
DS Laboratories implemented biodegradable OxO packaging.
OxO biodegradable plastic is made from a mixture with an additive that promotes degradation. This additive causes the molecular structure of the plastic to break down when it comes into contact with heat or sunlight. Eventually, the plastic is degraded to a point where it can be digested by microorganisms. This results in the packaging taking significantly less time to degrade, eventually turning into biomass, carbon dioxide and water.