1. Plant-Based Stem Cells
Revita.COR employs plant-based stem cells, which exhibit many of the same properties and much of the same plasticity as human cells. A botanical agent derived from plant stem cells now shows evidence of protecting and stimulating human epidermal stem cells.
By applying plant-based stem cells, Revita.COR conditioner offers unprecedented potential to prolong the productivity of hair follicles.
Clinical studies suggest that apigenin, known to possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumor properties, stimulates hair growth.
Androgen-inducible transforming growth factor β (TGF-β1) gives the signal for hair follicles to terminate anagen phase.
Active caffeine, a nervous-system stimulant, helps to regulate the effects of testosterone. Male pattern baldness occurs in individuals sensitive to testosterone, which damages follicles and leads to baldness.
Modern scientific evidence indicates that roots of the genus Panax, commonly called ginseng, prolong hair-follicle life, exert antioxidant effects, and boost the immune system.
Several plant extracts have been investigated for their abilities to influence apoptosis, the process of cellular self-destruction.
5. Copper Peptides
New nano copper peptides, formulated into Revita.COR conditioner, reach deeper into tissues to accomplish greater efficacy.
6. Spin Traps
7. Zinc Gluconate
An increasing number of studies examine the efficacy of zinc to treat alopecia, showing positive results and opening new areas for research. Zinc deficiency has been associated with hair loss and slow wound healing.
HOW TO USE
- Wash hair with a high-quality shampoo
- DS Laboratories recommends one free of sodium laureth sulfate, such as Revita®
- Then massage Revita.COR thoroughly into the scalp and leave it on for two minutes
- For optimal results, Revita.COR should be used daily