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Revita.COR Hair Growth Conditioner

Recommended for Both Men & Women!

Ultra-premium Revita.COR conditioner delivers state-of-the-science hair-regrowth technology, building on the legendary success of Revita shampoo. This technology establishes a new benchmark for the comprehensive synthesis of hair-growth molecules and for their effective delivery. Even more remarkable, these high-performance ingredients penetrate deeper and persist longer because they come encapsulated within hydrophobic, bio-adhesive, cationically charged microspheres. Less than a micron in diameter, the spheres deliver maximum hair-growth benefits even while swimming or sweating.

Revita.COR is formulated with botanical stem cells, which exhibit many of the same properties and much of the same plasticity as human stem cells. Revita.COR also has an army of ingredients to protect, nourish, and condition deeply. Revita.COR deploys numerous compounds with protective properties: apigenin, an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory; caffeine, to regulate testosterone; ginseng, which prolongs hair-follicle life and has antioxidant effects; nano copper peptides, with anti-inflammatory and tissue-remodeling properties; spin traps, with powerful free-radical-quenching abilities; and zinc, necessary for the proper functioning of more than 300 enzymes.

Revita.COR contains several ingredients with nutritional properties: arginine, a metabolic precursor of nitric oxide; citrulline, an amino acid; inositol, a cyclic alcohol; lupine extract, rich in peptides, trace elements, and vitamins; and tyrosine, an amino acid known to increase plasma transmitter levels. Revita.COR incorporates two more ingredients with advanced conditioning properties: biotinyl tripeptide-1, a scalp-conditioning agent, and niacinamide, a heterocyclic aromatic compound. Such a high-performance formula means that anyone who wants to avoid thinning hair should condition with Revita.COR.

Ingredients:

Deionized Water, Caffeine, Stearalkonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Encapsulated Cultured Plant Stem Cells, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Panthenol, Arctium Majus Root Extract, Panthenyl Hydroxypropyl Steardimonium Chloride, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Arginine, Apigenin, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Polyquaternium-11, Burdock (Arctium Lappa) Extract, Lupine Protein, Dicetyl Phosphate, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Acetyl Tyrosine, Ceteth-10 Phosphate, Tea 99%, Taurine, Synthetic Wax, Hydroxyethyl Behenamidopropyl Dimonium Chloride, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Carnitine Hydrochloride, Calcium Pantothenate, Zinc Gluconate, Niacinamide, Ornithine HCL, Citrulline, Glucosamine HCL, Biotin, Butylene Glycol, Zinc Sulfate, Oleonolic Acid, Biotinyl Tripeptide-1, Ivy (Hedera Helix) Extract, Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-graecum) Extract, Nanotechnology Copper Tri-peptide, Aspalathus Linearis Leaf Extract (Roobios), Ethylhexyl Stearate, PPG-26, Buteth-26, PEG-40, Peg 12 Dimethicone, Ethylhexyl Pelargonate, Cyclomethicone, EUK-134 (SOD Mimic/Spin Trap), Alcohol, Panthyl Ethyl Ether, Inositol, Milk Protein, Lactose, Acetyl Cysteine, Acetyl Methione, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid,Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexlglycerin.

Directions:

After washing hair with a high-quality shampoo (we recommend one free of sodium laureth sulfate.), massage Revita.COR® thoroughly into the scalp, and leave it on for two minutes. Rinse. For optimal results, Revita.COR® should be used daily.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Is Revita.COR safe?

FROM THE MANUFACTURER: While the Revita treatment is intense, it remains safe for virtually all users since we select the natural ingredients for hypoallergenicity as well as effectiveness at controlling hair loss. Used as directed, the advanced compounds contained in Revita have a very low incidence of adverse reaction. Due to their high concentrations, however, individuals may experience rare sensitivity to some component and decide to discontinue use.

If treating topically with minoxidil, Revita.COR reinforces your program. Spectral.DNC and Spectral.DNC-L, also by DS Laboratories, are completely compatible. Before using the treatment of another manufacturer, check for safety warnings.

Will 2012 Finally See Stem Cell Cure for Hair Loss?

Stem cell research has been the center of attention in the scientific world for the past few decades. This promising yet highly controversial research has also been the subject of many scientific debates. While it may hold the key to many incurable diseases, there is still a long way to go before a stem cell cure may be made available to the public.

For many years, a stem cell cure was completely out of question due to the controversies surrounding the topic because of its extensive use of embryonic stem cells and low success rate. However, more recently, scientists have been trying to revert differentiated cells from adult donors into their pluripotent form for the purpose of their research. However, to date, success rate of such research remains low.

A lot of research has been done regarding stem cells including their ability to cure hair loss. In a study conducted by the Hair and Scalp Clinics in Clearwater, Fla. researchers showed some promising results in people suffering from Alopecia Areata. The basis of this study is stem cell research and it uses the patient’s own platelet-rich plasma. Although, the study has shown some positive immediate effects, long-term effects and side effects remain unknown.

Another recent study reported by the Journal of Clinical Investigation has shown that some signals need to be sent to the stem cells for them to regenerate hair. In the event that scientists can do this, a cure may become possible. Currently though, this study has only been conducted on men, and it is not known as to how females may respond to this treatment. The aforementioned research may seem promising but before one has to consider the plethora of research that has already been done yet yielded no concrete stem cell cure for hair loss. Case in point, the research done by University of Pennsylvania’s school of Medicine in 2004, which managed to isolate stem cells responsible for hair follicle growth treatments. At that point of time, it was considered very promising and was featured in various scientific journals. However, so far it has not resulted in a practical hair loss treatment.

In conclusion, it’s unlikely that 2012 will see a stem cell cure for hair loss. However, the research is continuing slowly but steadily. Stem cell research is slowly uncovering the actual mechanisms behind hair loss… and the more scientists discover about what causes the minaturization that leads to baldness, the sooner they will be able to develop treatments that stop these mechanisms in their tracks and even reverse them.

That is why most experts still believe that stem cell research to cure hair loss still looks promising. The “cure” we are all searching for will NOT come this year, in 2012, but may well arrive in this decade, before 2020. Stay tuned!

Susan Thompson is a health writer who blogs about hair loss technologies.

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