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How to Stimulate Hair Growth With René Furterer Triphasic

How to Stimulate Hair Growth With René Furterer Triphasic

Now that fall is around the corner, hair thinning and hair loss are likely to become a concern. Seasonal hair loss can be quite common, but it’s not the only type of hair loss you should be worried about. Indeed, hair loss can be reactive or progressive, and it’s important to know which is which before jumping straight into a treatment program. René Furterer Triphasic offers proven plant-based solutions for both types of hair thinning: which one is yours?

The René Furterer Triphasic ritual

Especially formulated to tackle all types of hair loss, the René Furterer Triphasic ritual features a shampoo, a conditioner, and two serums, one for each type of hair loss. Don’t let the word “ritual” intimidate you, though! René Furterer has made the instructions easy to follow: simply wash your hair with René Furterer Triphasic Stimulating Shampoo, condition with René Furterer Triphasic Texturizing Detangling Conditioner, and then apply your targeted serum to the scalp. Leave on, don’t rinse, and your scalp will soak in all the benefits of this #1 anti-hair loss ritual.

While the shampoo and conditioner are extremely versatile and may be used regardless of what type of hair loss you struggle with, you should pick the serum that best suits your concerns.As we mentioned, there are different types of hair loss. When picking your Triphasic serum, you will have to know whether you struggle with progressive hair loss (which may also be referred to as genetic or hereditary hair loss), or reactive hair loss (also known as sudden hair loss, which includes seasonal hair loss).

Sounds complicated? Then let us explain.

René Furterer Triphasic Progressive: For progressive hair loss

Progressive hair loss has a strong genetic component, so if you have a family history of hair loss, you may be suffering from progressive hair loss. This type of hair loss starts out slowly, and it may take up to six months to become noticeable, as you don’t lose that much hair at first. Gradually, however, the loss of hair mass becomes noticeable, and it tends to follow a specific pattern, which is different for women and men.

In women, female pattern hair loss looks like a widening of the hair part on the top of the head. Imagine this: when you have thick hair, it can be hard to see the scalp through the hair; however, when you struggle with hair loss, the gap between the hairs tends to widen, and so your hair part widens as well.

In men, male pattern hair loss usually manifests as thinning along the hairline and on the crown of the head, resulting in what you may know as a receding hairline.

René Furterer Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum 8x5.5mlRené Furterer Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum

 

In order to counteract and revert the effects of progressive hair loss, René Furterer offers the René Furterer Triphasic Progressive Anti Hair Loss Serum, which acts in the three decisive stages of the hair’s life cycle (birth, growth, and maturity) to stimulate growth, extend the life of the hair, and slow down hair loss.

This serum is designed as a three-month treatment: indeed, it should be applied twice a week for the first month, then once a week for the second and third months. Results are visible from the first month: the hair is denser and the scalp is less visible. No wonder this is the #1 anti-hair loss treatment in France!

René Furterer Triphasic Reactional: For reactive hair loss

Reactive, sudden, or sometimes even called temporary, hair loss usually becomes noticeable two to three months after a specific event, which behaves as the trigger that causes the hair to abruptly enter the shedding phase. All sorts of events can trigger this type of hair loss, but usually they are associated with stress, poor diet, fatigue, childbirth, illness, medication, or even excessive hair processing and styling. Seasonal hair loss, which tends to happen in the fall, is also common.

This type of hair thinning is more common in women, and tends to cause hair thinning around the entire head–so it won’t create the same kind of pattern as progressive hair loss. Reactive hair loss can feel very sudden and dramatic: because you lose so much hair at once, it feels like you’re leaving it all over your pillowcases, hair brushes, shower drain, you name it.

René Furterer Triphasic Reactional Thinning Hair Ritual Serum 12x5mlRené Furterer Triphasic Reactional Thinning Hair Ritual Serum

 

René Furterer fights this type of hair loss with René Furterer Triphasic Reactional Thinning Hair Ritual Serum, a complete treatment that not only strengthens the hair and reactivates hair growth, but also preserves the scalp’s natural balance. Pfaffia extract, the key ingredient in this serum, improves scalp micro-circulation in order to maximize the supply of essential elements to the hair follicle; in essence, it gives your hair everything it needs to regain its health and get back on track. 92% of users see results from the first month, finding their hair denser, with greater strength and vitality–which is an incredible thing, as this product should be used for three months in order to produce the best possible results.

What should you do after you’ve completed the treatment?

René Furterer Forticea Energizing Lotion 100mlRené Furterer Forticea Energizing Lotion

 

Both Triphasic Progressive and Triphasic Reactive are meant to be used over a period of three months. But, what if you need a fortifying follow-up treatment? In that case, René recommends using the René Furterer Forticea Energizing Lotion, which will bring your hair a boost of energy, strength, and vitality. It should be enough to strengthen your hair over the long run, and to preserve the balance of your scalp every day of the year.


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