ONSENSOU Scalp Care Treatment
Manufacturer: Salavio Cosmetics Co., Ltd.
HOT SPRING ALGAE COMBINATION SCALP CARE TREATMENT combines the patented ingredients and the design that appeals to the five senses.
- Sulfate-free, paraben-free, isothiazolinone preservative-free, silicone-free, tar dye-free
- Skincare ingredients (hydrolyzed yeast extract, green algae) (Extract, Glycyrrhizic acid 2K)
- 4 types of botanical oil are added to give hair gloss and moisture (olive, organic golden jojoba, mango butter, organic avocado).
Combined with natural ingredients derived from Beppu hot spring
(1) Hot spring yeast (R) (hydrolyzed yeast extract) The
original hot spring yeast (R) from Saravio Cosmetics activates mitochondria in hair papilla cells, It has been revealed in an academic presentation at the 7th World Conference on Hair Research that it causes an increase in the hair growth factor "FGF-10" that promotes the growth of cells that underlie hair. This increase in "FGF-10" promotes hair growth and helps maintain a healthy scalp and hair environment.
(2) Hot Spring Algae (R) (Green Algae Extract)
A new type of microorganism discovered by Saravio Cosmetics in Beppu Hot Spring in 2012 is "Hot Spring Algae (R)". This "hot spring algae (R)" has an excellent anti-inflammatory effect, its novelty and specificity, and its potential as a therapeutic/prophylactic drug were recognized, and a patent was obtained in January 2015. In addition, it is a natural raw material that has been certified as an organic cosmetic raw material by the world's largest organic certification body ECOCERT. As one of the sources of hot spring effects, we show a wide range of functionality in the health care around joints such as rheumatism and neuralgia, skin care such as atopic dermatitis and acne, and anti-aging beauty of the scalp.
[Patent number] Japanese Patent No. 5767702
[ Title of the invention] Composition containing extract extracted from algae body, cosmetic composition, therapeutic/preventive agent for inflammatory disease, and novel microorganism