Polished Outlook Salon and Spa located in Milford, Michigan is now offering the Nutra Peptide Shampoo, Conditioner and Serum. This series is designed to improve hair growth and enhance micro-circulation of the scalp.
Understanding Hair Anatomy
As we age our hair thins as a result to hair lose and reduction in the active growing cycle. The subcutaneous fat layer of the scalp also thins and hair becomes more brittle. The ability of the hair cortex to absorb melanin begins to diminish and the hair starts to lose its youthful color and shine. The hair grows from a vital portion of the skin called the follicle. Unlike the visible portion of the hair at is comprised of keratin and is “non-living”, the portion of the hair that resides below the scalp, in the follicle, is full of activity and life. The hair fiber originates at the terminal point called the hair blub where living dermal papilla cells, grow, divide and absorb melanin. By addressing hair and scalp health at the cellular level, this formula provides healthier, thicker, stronger, and younger hair and scalp!
Sea Buck-thorn Seed Oil contains a balanced combination of linoleic and alpha-linoleic acids backed with plenty of tocopherol. These essential fatty acids smooth hair surface, prevent protein loss and damage of the hair body, and enhance micro-circulation of the scalp, improving epidermal regeneration. Alpha-linoleic acid is an essential nutrient for healthy shiny hair.
Hexapeptide-11 A bio-fermented peptide that has been shown to up regulate key genes responsible for collagen production and important extracellular matrix components such as hyaluronic acid. Studies indicate that this peptide is capable of influencing the principal biochemical pathways responsible for converting young velus hair into mature terminal hair.
Swertia japonica Extract – a traditional Japanese hair care ingredient for “alopecia areata” for (hair loss condition).
Fruit extracts isolated from Sugar Cane, Lemon and Apple offer natural exfoliating action helping to clear the follicles of excessive build up of dead cells, allowing more room for thicker hair growth.