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Éprouvage Restorative Scalp Serum Wins Editor's Choice Award

Anne Moratto | April 22, 2016 | 8:50 AM

éprouvage, the professional brand bringing the preventative anti-aging power of stem cells to haircare, announced that their Restorative Scalp Serum is winner of the “Best Hair Growth Product: Type 3” category in 2016 Editor’s Choice Awards.

The Editor’s Choice Awards’ panel is comprised of a team of 12 editors ranging in hair types from 2A to 4C, who personally test every product submitted for consideration over a two-month period. The team compiles individual findings and test results with the final goal of assigning an Editor’s Choice award to their favorite products, tools and necessities based on their ease of use, product distribution, packaging and product functionality, ingredients, innovation and scent. Awards are assigned by hair type across a total of 27 unique categories.

Out of the hundreds of products submitted and tested, the éprouvage Restorative Scalp Serum received the highest merits in its category. This  treatment is formulated with a scientifically proven system of active ingredients, including Egyptian Blue Lily for its anti-aging and skin balancing properties, French Oak Extract to neutralize free radicals and defend against environmental stressors, Vegetable, Soy, and Rice Keratins to strengthen weak, damaged hair, and Redensyl®, which helps reduce the appearance of hair fall by up to 17%. These ingredients work together to nourish the scalp and provide optimal conditions for hair to thrive while simultaneously helping to reduce thinning hair.

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