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Thicker Hair With Redken's Intra Force

Valeria Fanelli | July 24, 2012 | 9:11 AM
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Redken launches new Intra Force, a scientifically-tested solution to combat hair thinning through comprehensive treatments for both natural and color-treated hair. With this new product, Redken introduces a technology that associates Zinc PCA, vitamin E and Arginine to provide an optimal environment for healthy hair growth:

DETOXIFY: Zinc PCA reduces excess sebum and DHT; a toxin that blocks receptor sites in the hair follicle that normally attracts nutrients and results in the blocking of the hair follicle. This reduction helps maintain a healthy scalp environment to promote hair density.

STIMULATE: Arginine, an essential amino acid, promotes the body’s supply of nitric acid, which is a substance that is known to promote microcirculation and catalyze the vital exchange of nutrients, oxygen and water; all necessary for the growth of the follicle.

PREVENT: vitamin E nourishes the scalp to provide an optimal environment for healthy hair growth.

The Intra Force system includes effective treatments for all types of thinning hair including an exclusive in-salon service, two at-home systems and intensive treatments suitable for both natural (system 1) or color-treated (system 2) thinning hair.

STEP 1: Purify with the Scalp Stimulate In-Salon Service

*Professional microdermabraision treatment maximizes the regimen’s results and improves cellular tunover.
*Removes build-up of dead surface cells to help promote hair density.

STEP 2: Densify with daily At-Home Care

*3-step systems for natural or color-treated hair that improves hair condition while reducing hair thinning. The color-treated system has UV filters for color protection and also provides additional conditioning benefits.

STEP 3: Intensify with targeted Treatments customizable to your thinning hair needs 

For more information, visit intraforce.com.

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