The Causes of Thinning Hair
The look of thin strands can be triggered by numerous influences – for some people, hair will always be very fine. Such hair may be weak, prone to damage, and difficult to style and shape. Such hair may also look a bit dull, and even limp. Others, on the other hand, will discover that stress, hormonal changes and the natural maturing process can deplete our follicles, diminishing the entire appearance, with both men and women noticing differences. What everyone struggling with this is likely to feel is a desire to empower, emphasise and enhance their hair, while energising and stimulating hair at the scalp.
The Story Behind Oxford Biolabs
The clue is truly in the name with this company! Initiated in 2009 by Oxford University scientists, they were led by Dr. Thomas Whitfield in taking a ground-breaking attitude regarding the external appearance of maturation. Amongst these are generally ageing skin, in addition to thinning and greying hair. Every one of these concerns is approached with utter dedication to the avoidance of drugs, and a pursuit of nutritionally-based methodology. They maintain a focus on world-class research and products that are subject to rigorous scientific testing.
The TRX2 Approach
Oxford Biolabs was determined to leave no stone unturned in finding a way to help those worried about the look and feel of their thinning hair. With this in mind they went forth, and brought together a total of twelve incredible active ingredients, working in a layered complex to holistically approach the individuated needs of your hair. Making the most of nature’s benefits, as well as key vitamins and specially crafted compounds, the conditioner aims to help you soothingly address your worries with a deeply nourishing, nurturing formula.
Extracts of Corn, Wheat and Soy are treated to break their protein molecules down into smaller fragments, so that they can be better absorbed by hair. They are then intended to form a protective, strengthening coat around each and every strand, giving the appearance of thickness, while defending from damage. This merging of science with nature aspires to aid the appearance of weightless bounce and bulkiness.
This famously delicious fruit has long been symbolic of hot climates - now it’s being found beneficial on hair damaged by the sun itself. With incredible protective benefits, it’s considered superior to all other oils in terms of its light texture, which aids its absorption, especially by thinning, chemically treated and sun-damaged hair. By soothing and hydrating every lock, it helps to defend against damage and weakness.
This grouping of compounds includes both tocopherols and tocotrienols, whose main benefits are in their undeniably acknowledged protective action against oxidant stress. With evidence mounting against the potentially harmful impact of such influences regarding hair turning grey and being lost, this ingredient could be incredibly powerful.
If one ingredient has successfully made a place for itself in skincare globally over the years, it’s surely this succulent plant extract. This natural, beloved factor is highly regarded for its fresh sensation and hydrating nature. As with any other skin area, the scalp needs some tender loving care, and it’s thought of as helpful there for its revitalising effects, while protecting and moisturising.
Also known as Biotin, this invaluable compound is naturally found in a wide array of fruits and vegetables. It’s known to be involved in the synthesis of protein, particularly keratin, which as many of us will already know gives hair its structure and strength. It’s also understood to aid the control of moisture levels in the scalp, preventing dryness, hair splitting, and damaged hair follicles.
We might think of this popular compound as one to be orally consumed in ubiquitous beverages - but in recent years it’s found its way into many popular shampoos and conditioners for its purported ability to energise the scalp itself. Increasing discussion is focussing on its ability to target microcirculation in that specific location, addressing hair strength at the earliest opportunity.
Water (Aqua), Cetyl Alcohol, Sorbitol, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Behentrimonium Chloride, Panthenol, Hydrolyzed Corn Protein, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Germ Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, Caffeine, Biotin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Butylene Glycol, Citrus Limon Peel Oil, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Parfum (Fragrance), Linalool, Limonene, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate.
Using the Conditioner
This TRX2 product is sure to become a delightfully satisfying addition to your ablution kit. After shampooing, apply a liberal amount of the conditioner into your lengths, and massage a small amount into your scalp. After two or three minutes, rinse out thoroughly. To get the best from the TRX2 Bio-Active Conditioner, we recommend using as part of your normal hair washing routine on an ongoing basis. We also suggest investing in the long-term, and considering using alongside the TRX2 Shampoo, Lotion, Capsules and Styling Cream.
All of the products that are created by Oxford Biolabs have been crafted with a vigorous focus on providing premium haircare, with superior ingredients in gently effective blends. However, before you first apply any new product, please thoroughly read through the full ingredients, should they contain any allergens personal to yourself. If you’d like some extra reassurance, it might be an idea to administer a patch test the day before first use. The Conditioner is suitable for use on coloured hair.