BIONA-VIT CONTROLS AND PREVENTS HAIR LOSS
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: BIOTIN 0.01mL in 100mL
Labeler: SPAI-SONS PHARMACEUTICAL INTERNATIONAL COSMETICS
NDC Code: 66854-010
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Biotin is a major component of the formulation acts to strengthen the hair follicle and prevents hair loss as well. It is nutrient for the hair root and helps oxygenate the hair turn slowing the loss. Provides resilience and resistence to hair.
- Non invasive and painless treatment
- Keeps hair strong, rich and silky
- Nourishes the hair and scalp
This product must be keep out reach of the children
This product can be applied to any person, is for topical application
This product is for topical application, if this product to contact with eyes rinse immediately with water and consult your doctor.
- Apply amount of the hair follicle and massage until absorbed continous product. Use every 12 hours for the fast and sustained effect.
- Suitable for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
This product is prepared in a non-greasy gel base, as well as biotin are other ingredients such apigenin, biotinoyl tripeptide-1 and ginkgo extract which help strengthen the hair follicle and produces a synergistic action on it.
This product do not produces adverse effects in the scalp
CONTROLS AND PREVENTS HAIR LOSS
|Labeler - SPAI-SONS PHARMACEUTICAL INTERNATIONAL COSMETICS (880172184)|
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