XYTRESS HAIR GEL
COSMETICManufacturer : XENOTIX LIFESCIENCEOrigin of Medicine : India
Xytress Hair Gel is composed of Centella asiatica, Tocoferol, Aloe barbadensis, Nagarmotha oil, Kapur kachari, Basil oil, Carrot seed oil, Cedarwood oil and Grapefruit oil. It is enriched with a unique blend of hair actives and essential oils that enable cleansing of scalp, decreases dandruff, provides nutritional support to hair and prevents hair loss.
Centella Asiatica is a tropically growing medicinal plant that has been utilized in Ayurvedic and Chinese traditional medicines. It helps in the disappearance of lesions and scars.
Aloe vera increases the collagen content of the skin and rejuvenates it by reducing the effects of aging.
Carrot seed oil has rich source of vitamins and β-Carotene. It is extracted from dried seeds of the carrot plant. Basil seed oil has antimicrobial potential and grapefruit oil can reduce head lice.
Uses of Xytress Hair Gel:
- Promotes scalp cleansing
- Reduces dandruff and head lice
- Enhances nutritional support to hair
- Prevents hair loss
- Promotes hair growth
How Xytress Hair Gel works:
Centella Asiatica stimulates the fibroblasts responsible for the regeneration of skin and connective tissues.
Aloe vera increases blood circulation in the affected areas and prevents cell death.
Tocopherol maintains the oxidant/antioxidant balance in the body and protects against free-radical damage.
Carrot seed oil regenerates the cells and provides moisture to hair and scalp.
Kapur kachari and Nagarmotha oils have anti-inflammatory properties and promote hair growth.
Interaction with other drugs:
Inform your doctor about any medications you are taking or have taken before the treatment.
Store in a cool, dry place.
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How to use Xytress Hair Gel:
For external use only. Take a small quantity of this gel and gently massage your scalp until it is evenly absorbed. Use this gel once daily, preferably at night, for best results.
Inform your physician before starting this treatment if you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant. Your physician will determine the suitability and safe use of this gel.
It is not known if applying this hair gel affects breastfeeding. Consult your physician for advice before breastfeeding.
Inform your physician if you experience allergic reactions to the ingredients of this gel.
Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medicines. Even though all drugs cause side effects, not everyone gets them.
- Skin irritation and contact dermatitis
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