Forticea - Professional stimulating shampoo gently cleanses while microbeads of essential oils increase scalp microcirculation, encouraging the growth of stronger, thicker and healthier hair.
Orange, Verbena, Rosemary, Lavender
Apply to wet scalp and massage in, work into a lather and rinse.
If you're experiencing hair loss due to a health-related issue, Forticea shampoo won't be enough to stop it, it has to be used as part of a complete treatment. However, if you're losing hair due to scalp dryness or excess sebum production, this is a perfect shampoo to cleanse your hair with. It lathers richly, so one pump is plenty to clean even long hair. Essential oil capsules burst easily with light rubbing, fragrance is very refreshing and energizing and it's gentle enough to keep on scalp for several minutes before rinsing, as per instructions.
Don't freak out if during the first couple of months of use even more hair falls out, as it is a stimulating shampoo, so whatever dead hairs have been hanging on to their place, will be forced out by the new, strong smooth strands. Upon examining the hair bulbs, I noticed that they were all white (dead) and by parting my hair on an opposite side, I noticed plenty of new growth, which explained why my ponytail remained the same thickness, while I was losing gobs of hair. If at the beginning you get sore bumps on your scalp, you're most likely not lathering the shampoo in your palms well enough, so essential oil capsules burst directly on your scalp, causing a reaction, which is also temporary.
Overall, I am very happy with this shampoo, it brought my dehydrated, brittle hair back to life and balanced my scalp a little. However, fine hair will need an assistance of a hair booster because this shampoo is on a slightly heavier side, which will be well-appreciated by ladies with coarser hair structure.