Rene Furterer is a luxurious French hair care range formulated with essential oils and plant extracts. Designed to complement the complete Rene Furterer hair loss treatment system, this shampoo contains natural active ingredients, including essential oils and invigorating peptides, to stimulate hair growth.
Micro-beads of rosemary, lavender and orange are used for cleansing, and to increase circulation in the scalp, while amino acids help stimulate the follicles to produce hair. The detergent used in the Forticea Stimulating Shampoo is gentle to maintain the natural PH balance of the scalp and prevent further damage to the hair.
This shampoo is specifically aimed at women, and although men may benefit from using the shampoo, it is really designed to be used as part of the overall hair loss treatment system designed to work with the female body. Because the main active ingredients used are natural, the shampoo can be used alongside other common products and assist with regeneration of hair in both men and women.
Note that the aroma of this hair product is also designed to appeal to women – the flowery scent of verbena and lavender, coupled with rosemary and orange, may put off some men from using it. On the other hand, it lacks the strong, medicinal smell many hair loss products have and feels more like a normal, up-market shampoo.
How to use Rene Furterer Forticea Stimulating Shampoo
Massage the shampoo into wet hair, starting at the back of the hair and working your way to the front of the head. Do this for one to three minutes. For best results, use the shampoo daily. The manufacturer recommends use of this product as part of a four-part system which includes a hair tonic, a serum and dietary supplements.
Will Rene Furterer Forticea Stimulating Shampoo work for me?
Rene Furterer Stimulating Shampoo is recommended by the manufacturer to be used in conjunction with the main hair loss prevention products in the range. Good results have been reported when the complete treatment system was used, but results can differ from one person to another.
In mild cases of hair thinning, or cases of traction alopecia, where the hair loss is neither genetic nor hormonal, but is the result of the hair being pulled tightly over time, this shampoo can be used as an effective way of speeding up the recovery process, as long as the cause of alopecia (i.e. the tension-causing hairstyle) is removed. The fact that the shampoo is designed to be gentle on the scalp makes it a good choice for reducing any further damage.