This is a completely natural shampoo aimed at increasing circulation to the scalp 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.