Review of Fushi Stimulator Herbal Shampoo

This is a com­pletely nat­ural sham­poo aimed at increas­ing cir­cu­la­tion to the Fushi Stimulator Herbal Shampooscalp and is suit­able for both men and women to use. The Fushi sham­poo does not con­tain the stan­dard strong deter­gents found in most com­mer­cial sham­poos and so is very gen­tle on the scalp, while the plant derived active ingre­di­ents work to pro­mote hair growth.

The sci­ence behind the Fushi stim­u­la­tor sham­poo is based on essen­tial oils. The sham­poo includes oils of laven­der, rose­mary, cypress, bay and juniper along­side gera­nium and jojoba oils to nour­ish hair and scalp. The result is a lovely scented sham­poo that leaves hair shiny and man­age­able, as well as pro­mot­ing scalp circulation.

All of the essen­tial oils used in the sham­poo have been organ­i­cally grown and are cold pressed using mechan­i­cal means. This is said to pre­serve their active qual­i­ties bet­ter than heat-based press­ing tech­niques. It’s a nat­ural prod­uct based on tra­di­tional aro­mather­apy and herbal med­i­cine tech­niques that won’t dam­age exist­ing hair.

Active ingre­di­ents and what they do

The essen­tial oils in Fushi herbal stim­u­la­tor sham­poo have dif­fer­ent func­tions to aid hair growth. Rose­mary is a cir­cu­la­tion booster and herbal stim­u­la­tor that has been tra­di­tion­ally used to treat hair loss because of its effect of increas­ing blood flow to the hair fol­li­cles. It works by stim­u­lat­ing the fol­li­cles to pro­duce hair. Bay is a stim­u­la­tor and cleanser. The other oils are designed to reg­u­late the con­di­tion of the scalp, although the man­u­fac­turer does not spec­ify whether they are specif­i­cally aimed at bal­anc­ing the hair-loss induc­ing hor­mones as well.

How to use the Fushi stim­u­la­tor shampoo

Mas­sage into hair and scalp, rinse and repeat. This sham­poo is rec­om­mended for use as part of a three part range. As the sham­poo is com­pletely nat­ural, use it within six months of open­ing. This is a daily use sham­poo.

Will the Fushi sham­poo work for me?

This sham­poo tar­gets the hair fol­li­cles by gen­tle, nat­ural means and does not tar­get hor­monal imbal­ances. It may have a gen­tle effect suit­able for milder cases of hair loss and those that are not the result of genetic or hor­monal con­di­tions such as andro­genic alopecia.

For treat­ing trac­tion alope­cia, it may be used in con­juc­tion with other hair loss treat­ments for best results and is suit­able for peo­ple want­ing to use purely nat­ural prod­ucts with­out any of the chem­i­cals often thought of as being ulti­mately harm­ful to the hair.

Fushi Herbal Stim­u­la­tor sham­poo is also said to be a great solu­tion for limp, life­less hair. Whether it works for a par­tic­u­lar per­son will depend on a com­bi­na­tion of fac­tors, includ­ing the orig­i­nal cause of hair loss. It’s always best to be prop­erly diag­nosed by a health pro­fes­sional so that you can treat the under­ly­ing causes of the hair loss con­di­tion as well.

What other prod­ucts are avail­able in this range?

The Fushi range also includes a hair stim­u­la­tor lotion and a stim­u­late & bal­ance con­di­tioner, rec­om­mended for use together for the best results.

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