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44% is an oil treatment for hair growth with proven results for treating thinning hair. This exact combination of carrier and essential oils resulted in significant hair growth in 44% of users over a seven-month period in a carefully monitored scientific study. Massaging the scalp with these therapeutic oils provides vital nutrients and energetic circulation to the scalp and follicles.
Place small amount either on the hands or upon the scalp and massage in for 1-2 minutes or longer. The scalp flourishes with gentle stimulation and it will improve the performance of 44% markedly. At night the skin goes into repair mode, so if possible, leave on overnight. Rinse off with Amla Shampoo after 20-60 minutes. The oils and massage together help increase blood flow to the scalp which, when combined with the effects of the essential oils, nourishes the melanocytes and keratinocytes in the hair follicle.
We wanted to create a product that would address a major concern for women and men—thinning hair. And we wanted a product based on science, not on belief. Research conducted at the Royal College of Physicians at the University of Aberdeen investigated the efficacy of this combination of essential and carrier oils for patients with thinning hair (alopecia). Not all thinning hair shares this cause, so it will not work for everyone. That being said, double blind trials showed significantly reduced hair fall and increased hair growth for 44% of the users over a seven-month period. The conclusion of the study stated the use of oils from plants, flowers, and wood resin to be a safe and effective oil treatment for hair growth. The oils employed are known individually for their extraordinary properties. Rosemary oil has a significant number of anti-oxidants including carnosol, terpenes, ursolic acid, rosmarinic acid, and caffeic acid. Cedarwood oil promotes blood circulation, is antifungal and antibacterial. Thyme oil is one of the strongest antioxidants in the oil world, with other specific antibacterial benefits. Lavender has been shown to promote hair growth equal to that of Minoxidil in a 2015 scientific study, but with no side effects. These oils provide vital nutrients to the scalp and follicles. You will notice other benefits from 44% even if it does not help with thinning hair. These include the soothing of scalp dryness and irritation, as well revitalizing of the dermis and follicle.
Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. However, they are based on a peer-reviewed scientific study made public in the JAMA Dermatology, a journal of the American Medical Association published since 1882. The oils in 44% are in the exact proportion as were used in the study. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional skin care provider or physician. This is a cosmetic material and is packaged for external use only.
For external use only. Rub a very small amount of 44% on the inside of your elbow area to test for any allergic reaction before use. Avoid contact with eyes, keep out of the reach of children. If pregnant, consult with your health care provider before use. 44% is not recommended for women who are pregnant or lactating.
Essential oils are very concentrated. Their safe use requires they be treated with care and respect.
DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF PREGNANT. MAY CAUSE IRRITATION. SKIN TEST THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USING. DILUTE A SMALL AMOUNT AND APPLY TO THE SKIN ON YOUR INNER ARM. DO NOT USE IF REDNESS OR IRRITATION OCCURS.
• Read and follow this label warning and caution • Keep oils tightly closed and out of the reach of children • Never ingest essential oils • Skin test oils before using. Dilute a small amount and apply to the skin on your inner arm. Do not use if redness or irritation occurs • Keep oils away from eyes and mucous membranes • If redness, burning, itching or irritation occur, stop using this product immediately • Do not go out into the sun with these oils on your skin. • Sweet fennel, sage and rosemary should not be used by anyone with epilepsy • People with high blood pressure should avoid rosemary, sage and thyme