Nanogen Keratin Hair Fibers Ads Full Line Of Hair Treatment Products
Pangaea Ltd., the UK based manufacturers of Nanogen Nanofibres, have recently expanded Nanogen into a full fledged line of thinning hair treatment products. Nanogen concealing hair fibers were originally developed to aid hair transplant patients while in recovery and are endorsed by The UK Alopecia Society.
While Nanogen (http://www.nanogenhair.com/about.htm) as a brand has historically focused on helping those suffering from thinning hair to simply cover or hide the problem, its new range of products are primarily to maintain healthy hair and promote new hair growth. The goal of the new 4 step system is to “Cleanse, Thicken, Stimulate Growth, and Conceal”.
“Cleansing” involves a shampoo called Hair Prepare that leaves the hair in a charged state to makes it ideal for use with Nanogen keratin fibers. “Thicken” refers to Nanogen Daily Volume conditioner which promotes thicker, fuller looking hair.
The “Stimulate Growth” step is formed around Nanogen’s new sh-VEGF serum. Based on human growth factors, and derived from plants VEGF is intended to reduce hair loss while supporting new hair growth. In addition, Nanogen has also developed the ScalpRoller pre-treatment tool that has been shown to increase absorption of topical treatments by the scalp.
“Conceal” refers to the original Nanogen Fibers (http://www.nanogenhair.com/keratin-fibers.htm) which have been modified with new packaging and are now offered in larger 15g and 30g sizes. As well as Nanogen Locking Mist Plus which is intended to be used as a styling aid top help hold the fibers in place throughout the day.
Nanogen products are available in the US from official Nanogen retailer: http://www.nanogenhair.com
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