Hair Re-Growth Products in Danville
Get to the Root of the Problem with HairMedica Professional Bio Hair Roots System
Proven, Effective and Scientifically Advanced Hair Re-Growth
HairMedica reverses the hair-loss process with a new scientific approach and clinically approved solution based on regrowing the hair naturally. HairMedica is based on our body’s ability to naturally regrow the hair by itself and supports the body with the right conditions to do it. HairMedica is a powerful new system that stimulates dormant hair follicles to regrow, increases hair follicle size for perfect anchoring and maintains healthy hair and a healthy scalp. Unlike other competitor products, HairMedica does NOT contain drugs such as Minoxidil and it’s totally hormone-free. While products with Minoxidil only increase blood circulation, HairMedica has natural ingredients that reactivate dormant cells that are related to hair growth. HairMedica has no side effects whatsoever, even if use of the product is stopped.
Viviscal Professional Supplements promote healthy hair growth
Viviscal Professional Supplements are a drug-free alternative to prescription treatments that help encourage healthy hair growth for men and women of all hair types. Formulated with the clinically proven marine complex, AminoMar, these twice-a-day tablets nourish thinning hair, strengthening locks from the inside out. Apple extract helps increase hair density, while biotin promotes existing hair growth. Vitamin C provides antioxidant protection against damaging free radicals. Viviscal works in stages:
- Stage 1: Hair follicles are nourished
- Stage 2: Thin, wispy hair is strengthened
- Stage 3: Breakage and thinning declines; existing growth is encouraged
- Stage 4: Hair becomes stronger, healthier and more vibrant
Depending on hair growth cycle, you can experience visible results in as little as three months. Address thinning hair and temporary hair loss with Viviscal Professional Supplements.
The results are visible after 45 days. This was proven by Dr. M. Burstein in a clinical study involving 250 volunteers.