Rogenol Daily Shampoo
Rogenol Daily Shampoo is an Energizing Foaming treatment specifically formulated with active ingredients that can promote trophism of the hair bulb, hair strength and elasticity and counteract the formation of dandruff. .
Rogenol Daily Shampoo contains Raspberry Ketone, Oleanolic Acid, Zinc, Vitamin B6, Panthenol and Apigenin. Does not contain SLES.
Raspberry Ketone is extracted from raspberry and acts on the IGF1 pathway to promote cell proliferation in the hair follicle. Oleanolic Acid is a natural compound that can be found in many plants, particularly those belonging to the Oleacee family. It exerts antimicrobial activity by damaging bacterial cell membranes and antioxidant activity by promoting the synthesis of glutathione and antioxidant enzymes. It also has antinflammatory effect by downregulating the LPS-induced expression of proinflammatory cytokines. Zinc is an essential micronutrient that serves as cofactor for many enzymes and transcriptional factors. Zinc is therefore involved in many cellular processes including gene expression regulation, DNA replication, cell proliferation, function of the immune system and proper wound healing. Vitamin B6 is a cofactor of many enzymes and it is important for development and maintenance of skin. Panthenol (Vitamin B5) when used topically exerts moisturizing action, protects skin barrier, soothes irritation and promotes healing. Apigenin is a plant-derived compound that harbours antioxidant and antinflammatory properties. Apigenin can improve skin barrier homeostasis by stimulating the synthesis of the enzymes involved in the production of skin barrier lipids.
Apply Rogenol Daily Shampoo on wet hair and massage as to obtain a light foam. Let it on for few moments then gently rinse. Suitable for daily or alternate days use.
Cosmetic for external use.
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