There are loads of reasons why women experience hair loss or thinning at different times in their lives – everything from hormonal and stress related issues to diet can play a role in your hair’s health. But fear not because there is something you can do to wake up those hair follicles and get them working again (phew!) If you’re having a problem with hair density, volume, or thinning then you make sure you check out Vichy’s latest offering – Vichy Dercos Neogenic. This new range of hair care products aims to increase volume and stimulate hair growth from the very first treatment – that’s right ladies, no more complaining about having ultra thin, lifeless hair!
The Vichy Dercos Neogenic range offers 2 professional grade products for clients who are experiencing a serious lack of volume or an increase in hair thinning. The Neogenic Redensifying Shampoo (R295), formulated with stemoxydine and pro-densifying technology, helps to densify hair and make hair coverage visibly thicker and gives an immediate and long-lasting volumising effect after just one wash. According to Vichy, after 2 weeks of use clients will see an increase in volume, more body, strength and hair density. The shampoo is also paraben and silicone free, hypoallergenic and suitable for people with a sensitive scalp.
Follow the shampoo with the revolutionary new Vichy Hair Rebirth Treatment (R1200 for a pack of 28 ampules) to pack in some extra oomph! This treatment contains 28 ampoules for daily use, filled with a lightweight treatment formula containing stemoxydine. The treatment actively boosts the effectiveness of stem cells responsible for hair growth and should be used for a for a period of 3 months to get the full effects. Vichy claims that clients can achieve up to 1700 new hairs over a 3 month period and that hair will look and feel more vibrant with regular use. The treatment is also paraben for sensitive scalps.
The new Vichy Dercos Neogenic range is available from Clicks stores and salons around South Africa. For more details visit the Vichy South Africa website.