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Liquid for hair strength Priorin®L Liquid Formula

Strong roots equal strong hair. This is why we created Priorin®L Liquid Formula: the new topical solution for hair loss and boosting the vitality and strength of your hair.** Priorin®L  contains the ingredient BaicapilTM which activates and enhances beautiful hair. Additionally, it contains pro-vitamin B5 (panthenol) known for nourishing and moisturizing the hair.16

Priorin®L - based on plant extracts - nourishes the hair and works on the hair root. Apply once a day, directly on the scalp to boost the vitality and strength of your hair.16



How to Use

Priorin®L Liquid Formula needs to be applied directly on the scalp once daily any time during the day, using 1.5-2ml per application, which translates into 5-8 pumps. Apply by gently massaging the scalp. Priorin®L does not need to be rinsed off.16


Period of Use

Priorin®L Liquid Formula can be used in case of hair loss (not disease-related) for visibly denser and fuller appearing hair after three months.16


Key Ingredients

Priorin®L Liquid Formula contains the ingredient Baicapil™ which activates and enhances beautiful hair. Baicapil™ contains three botanical ingredients: scutellaria baicalensis root, soy (glycine soja) and wheat germ (triticum vulgare) extracts. Baicapil™ nourishes the scalp and results in hair that is healthier, thicker and more voluminous.16

Hair root and the three phases of hair growth.14

Cycle Liquid

Hair root phase 1

1. Growth Phase (Anagen)

Is the active phase of the hair. The cells in the root of the hair are dividing rapidly. A new hair is formed and pushes the club hair (a hair that has stopped growing or is no longer in the anagen phase) up the follicle and eventually out. During this phase the hair grows about 1 cm every 28 days. Some people have difficulty growing their hair beyond a certain length because they have a short active phase of growth. On the other hand, people with very long hair have a long active phase of growth. The hair on the arms, legs, eyelashes, and eyebrows have a very short active growth phase of about 30 to 45 days, explaining why they are so much shorter than scalp hair.18

Hair root phase 2

2. Transitional Phase (Catagen)

The catagen phase is a transitional stage and about 3% of all hairs are in this phase at any given time. This phase lasts for about two to three weeks. Growth stops and the outer root sheath shrinks and attaches to the root of the hair. This is the formation of what is known as a club hair.18

Hair root phase 3

3. Resting Phase (Telogen)

Telogen is the resting phase and usually accounts for 6% to 8% of all hairs. This phase lasts for about 100 days for hairs on the scalp and longer for hairs on the eyebrows, eyelashes, arms, and legs. During this phase, the hair follicle is completely at rest and the club hair is completely formed. Pulling out a hair in this phase will reveal a solid, hard, dry, white material at the root. About 25 to 100 telogen hairs are shed normally each day.18

Root wave

For Complete Hair Care

Priorin® offers you a holistic range of products well known to support the well-being of your hair and to reduce hair loss, giving you visible results in just 12 weeks.2, 16, 17

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