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Wellice Ginseng Shampo & Conditioner

Wellice Ginseng Shampo & Conditioner

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Prevents Hair Loss By Strengthening Hair Follicles


Treats Dull, Weak Hair Prone To Falling Out


Restoring Weak Hair To A Healthy And Well-Groomed Look.


Stimulates Hair Growth


Nourishes And Moisturizes The Hair


Prevents Hair Breakage From Dehydration.


Efficacy Perceived After 4 Weeks.

Clinically Reducing Hair Loss in 8 Weeks.


Hair Type: All Hair Types

Hair Symptoms: Hair Loss; Brittle Hair.

When: Several Times A Week

Benefits: Reduces Hair Loss, Promotes Healthy Hair Growth.




A variety of factors, such as hormones, nutritional status, and exposure to radiations, environmental toxicants, and medications, may affect hair growth. Androgens are the most important of these factors that cause androgenic alopecia.


Although a number of therapies, such as finasteride and minoxidil, are approved medications, and a few others (e.g., tofacitinib) are in progress, a wide variety of structurally diverse classes of phytochemicals, including those present in ginseng, have demonstrated hair growth-promoting effects in a large number of preclinical studies. Study has shown that ginseng and its metabolites are indeed effective on prevention of hair loss and stimulation of new hair growth.


Ginseng is a multipurpose natural medicine with a long history of medical application throughout the world, particularly in Oriental countries. The medical use of ginseng is not only restricted to the improvement of general wellness, but also extended to the treatment of organ-specific pathological conditions.


In the field of dermatology, Wellice has developed a range of products that contains ginseng, ginsenosides and collagen which regulate the expression and activity of major proteins involved in hair-cycling phases. The promotion of hair growth and prevention of hair loss by ginseng and its metabolites are associated with the induction of anagen and delaying of catagen phases. Although the underlying mechanisms by which ginseng and its metabolites regulate hair cycling have been explored to a limited extent, further studies, especially focusing on extended human trials, are required to establish this natural remedy for hair loss.

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