Kmax Stimulating Leave-in Conditioner is the new no-rinse conditioner of the Kmax stimulating line,with double action: stimulating and protecting, born from Kmax R&D laboratory.
The conditioning agents of its formula has a nourishing and protective action on the hair shaft, resulting in superior untangling, volume and softness characteristics. Furthermore, they protect hair from external aggressive agents such as pollution, sun, etc.
The presence of anti-hairloss active principles of long-lasting action into a leave-in conditioning formula make this product ideal as a complement to specific hair loss and hair regrowth treatments: most important are Triaminodil, azelaic-acid, beta-sitosterol, genistein, procapil, caffeine.
Aloe Vera Gel and other lenitive and restructuring agents (hydrolyzed wheat protein) hydrate the hair shaft without weighing it down, and hair damaged by the constant use of alcoholic and aggressive ingredients such as several of the hair loss topical treatments on the market.
Aqua [Water], Cyclopentasiloxane, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, Dicetyldimonium Chloride, Polyquaternium-7, Parfum [fragrance], Dimethicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, Phenoxyethanol, Hydrolyzed wheat protein, Butylene Glycol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Apigenin, Oleanolic Acid, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Hydrolyzed wheat protein, Pyrrolidinyl Diaminopyrimidine Oxide, Azelaic acid, Glycyrrhetinic acid, Beta-sitosterol, Genistein, Caffeine, Sodium salicylate, Zinc Sulfate, Pyridoxine HCl, Ethylhexylglycerin, Propylene glycol, Potassium sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Limonene, Linalool, Coumarin, Alpha-isomethyl ionone, Butylphenyl methylpropional, Hydroxycitronellal.
Its Gel, well known and used since ancient times for its anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties, nourish the hair volumizing the shaft and contemporary nourish and detoxify the scalp.
It is a great natural ingredient thanks to its antimicotic properties and also helps removing excessive sebum and bad smell from the scalp.
Triaminodil has a strong stimulating action on natural hair growth. Its molecular structure is very similar to Minoxidil, one of the most famous drugs for the treatment of male pattern baldness and hair growth stimulation.
Azelaic Acid is an ingredient naturally present in wheat and rye.
Often used in the ACNE therapy, has also shown great potentialities and hair health.
Infact, azelaic acid has an antibacterial anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory action, and therefore it improves the hair follicle health and acts against hair loss. It is also able to locally inhibit the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme, which transforms testosterone into di-hydro-testosterone (DHT) into the genetically predisposed hair follicles, which then leads to Common Hair Loss (Androgenetic Alopecia - Male pattern Baldness).
It is a plant steroid, which is extracted from Serenoa Repens (Saw Palmetto) plant. It has a great inhibitory power on the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme and, for this reason, it is considered a powerful ally in the fight against baldness. By regulating the levels of androgens, in fact, it slows down the hair loss process.
18 Beta Glycyrrhetic Acid
It is an organic acid that is extracted from licorice. It has a strong anti-inflammatory action, similar to that exerted by steroids. This property allows it to lower levels of cortisol, the stress hormone involved in hair loss.
Derived from soy, genistein is an isoflavone capable of stimulating the growth phase (anagen phase) of the hair.
Procapil is a patented complex that contains the Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1 peptide. It is a principle well known for its stimulating properties in the hair growth process.
Caffeine belongs to the xanthines family, which are known for their stimulating action. In fact, they help to activate the protein kinase system by improving energy availability during the synthesis of hair proteins. Due to its ability to lengthen the anagen phase of the hair, caffeine is a key ingredient in anti-hair loss treatments.
Shake the bottle of Kmax Stimulating Leave-in Conditioner. With damp hair, after shampooing, spray on the hair without exaggerating with the amount applied (4/8 sprays). Dab gently with the help of your fingertips in order to distribute the product evenly. The product must not be rinsed.
Proceed with the usual habits such as combining and / or drying.
Avoid contact with eyes. In the case of accidental contact with eyes, rinse immediately
We have selected this product because it is very useful to people using continuously alcohol-based topical lotions for hair loss therapies. (i.e. minoxidil-based lotion or other pharmaceutical and cosmeceuticals lotions ) therefore, the notice dry hair and tangled hair difficult to comb and style.
Anyway, the product can be used by anybody (men and women) who desire to give shine, thickness and softness to hair without weighing them down, through a easy and practical no-rinse spray application, while nourishing hair with proven-efficiency anti-hairloss agents such as Triaminodil, azelaic-acid Etc.
Triaminodil: what is it?
Before minoxidil was marketed to combat baldness around the mid-1980s, a similar molecule was already available on the market. The latter bears the trade name of Triaminodil ® and belongs to the family of so-called "N-oxides". In addition to the well-known anti-baldness drug, there are also molecules supported by studies or patents that have shown hair growth.
Nigella sativa against effluvium
A team of researchers from the Department of Medicine of the Sapienza University of Rome carried out a pilot study with the aim of evaluating a therapeutic alternative for telogen effluvium using nigella sativa. The results of this suggest that nigella sativa may be considered potentially useful for the treatment of telogen effluvium.
The conditioning agents and the usefulness of the conditioner
Even if currently advertising insists on advertising the "Shampoo-conditioner" also called "2 in 1" it is necessary to recognize the conditioning and substantiating properties of the after-shampoo conditioner that it is impossible to achieve with just shampoo. After all, the functions of the two products are the polar opposite: the shampoo must remove, the conditioner must restore. If the shampoo is made to wash the hair, this must be and remain its function, while that of the conditioner is to act on clean hair by carrying out an irreplaceable restorative and normalizing function.