For hair growth, Antidandruff, Antiinflammation and pruritis of the scalp
Use 2 times a day , each time 10 puff equal to 3 cc , apply to scalp and massage
Side Effects : In the individuals sensitive to herbal products may cause allergic reaction. No contraindication have been reported so far .
Pregnancy and Lactation : This product is not recommended for pregnant women. In Lactation period must be used with physician's order. Caution : Artemis lotion is for external use only. Therefore, avoid touching eyes and mouth
Each 100 ml of Lotion contains : Rosemary oil : 10 ml , Hydroalcoholic Extract of Artemisia abrotanum : 9 ml , Water hamamelis : 3.75 ml , Laurus nobilis oil : 3 ml
Rosemary: caffeic acid, Rosmarinic acid , carnosolic acid, alpha pinene, camphor, borneol, camphene, verbenone . Artemisia absinthium: sesquiterpene Lactones, tannins, absinthine. Hamamelis: Tannins, Catechin and gallocatechin Laurus nobilis: Lauric acid , alpha pinene, Limonene .
Hair is mostly made from a fibrous protein called keratin, which is also found in fingernails and nails . The supply of nutrient-rich blood to the scalp and hair follicles is essential in promoting healthy hair growth and preventing hair loss. Diet, lifestyle, pollutants, certain medications and even stress may impact on the health and vitality of the hair . Artemis lotion contains a blend of carefully chosen essential oils used therapeutically in aromatherapy. Rosemary oil has been found to stimulate hair growth.Rosemary oil improves circulation when applied externally to the scalp which stimulates hair – bulbs to renew actively and prevents premature baldness. Dandruff could be a cause of hair loss. Rosemary oil, the extract of Artemesia abrotanum and laurus nobilis all have antidandruff effects which remove dandruff and could help to prevent hair loss.The formulation of Artemis lotion is able to stimulate new hair growth , and works for men and women .In one study of 86 people with alopecia areata (a disease of unknown cause characterized by significant hair loss, generally in the form of patches), those who massaged their scalps with rosemary oil everyday compared to these who did the same without the essential oils, experienced significant hair re- growth within 7 months.
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