Hair and Scalp Super Revitalizer

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NIXODIL tonic is for use on the scalp to reduce hair loss and revitalize hair and scalp for healthy growth. It improves blood flow and restores small hair follicles to normal size and activity and increases the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to hair follicles.

NIXODIL formula is designed to fight hair loss and stimulate growth of hair follicles that are suffering from weak hair and scalp conditions. Active ingredients rigorously selected from among the most advanced known to date.

Truly good nourishment is one of the essential functions of the hair life. It is also one of the basic needs of the scalp, to enable it to deal with the demands made by the cells and provide them with the nutritive elements necessary to proper dynamics. When well nourished, the scalp is in good health to stimulate good hair growth.

NIXODIL penetrates the scalp, the hair follicles and the cuticle of the hair shaft, enrich and revive deteriorating hair follicles, thickens and smoothes damaged hair shafts, combating thinning hair from the inside.

NIXODIL transfer bio-nutrients to energize cells for improved follicle performance and productivity. Bio-nutrients provide vital energy and enhances protein and carbohydrate synthesis to help produce stronger, thicker, fuller hair.

Percentage improvements of NIXODIL on hair and scalp
(based on used twice daily)

Who may use NIXODIL?
This product is appropriate for men and women experiencing gradually thinning hair or gradual hair loss on the top and frontal scalp.

Does NIXODIL works on all hair types?
NIXODIL is recommended for normal to oily scalp, however it is effective on all hair types.

Is NIXODIL right for everyone?
Almost everyone. Very few are found unable to benefit from NIXODIL. NIXODIL works better in younger individuals whose balding is more recent, limited in area, and not restricted to the frontal scalp.

How often can it be used?
NIXODIL is so unique that you can use it as often as you like without the worry of side effects. For maximum treatment benefits and maintenance of results, use twice daily.

How long should it be used?
If you respond to NIXODIL, you may use it daily, frequently or whenever the hair is in poor condition.

What are the results?
NIXODIL Tonic is designed to work instantly, producing results many users report as "immediately visible in the first week of application." In fact, the more your hair needs the more NIXODIL helps.

Can you use hair spray, gels, conditioners, mousses, etc.?
You should apply this product first and wait a few minutes to dry before applying your styling aids.

Can you go swimming?
Apply this product to a dry scalp after swimming, or wait about 4 hours after application before going swimming.

Can you color your hair while using NIXODIL?
Yes. Apply NIXODIL after coloring.

Directions for use:
Apply 1-2 ml onto the scalp in the hair loss area and massage gently once or twice a day. Each bottle should last 60 - 90 days, if used as directed. Wash your hair with mild shampoo every day before using this product.

NIXODIL ingredients:
Alcohol, Water, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate 80, Amniotic Fluid, Live Yeast Cell Derivative, Hydrolyzed Animal Protein, Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, Biotin, Lecithin, Hinokitiol, swertia Extract, Methylchlorisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Cholesterol, Lavender Oil, Methylparaben, Fragrance.

Tips for healthy hair and scalp:
Wash your hair with mild shampoo every day. Avoid over tight rolling of hair curlers. Don't wear a ponytail that stretches the scalp too tight. Limit the use of hot oil treatments or permanents, particularly if your hair is thin to begin with. If an infection is present, wash hands clothing, towels and bedding frequently. Most importantly, seek medical advice as soon as you notice any unusual loss or thinning of hair. As with most health conditions, early detection and treatment yield the best result.


Safe and effective for men and women of all ages.
If you are losing your hair, you should not hesitate to use NIXODIL or HAIR AID!
Use them with confidence.

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Human Hair 

Hair is the only body part that grows and degenerates throughout life. Under normal circumstances, everyone loses some hair every day, usually between 50 and 150 hairs. The average head has about 125,000 individual shafts of hair. At any time, as much as 85% of the hair on the head is growing for a period lasting from 2 to 6 years. When the growth phase ends, the hair follicle begins the phase of resting fro 2 to 6 months and then starts to shed. Eventually a new hair shaft starts to grow, replacing the older on above it as a new growth period begins.

The Most Common Type Of Hair Loss

90% of the hair loss seen in men and women is caused by a condition called androgenetic alopecia or common hereditary hair loss. In most men, that is called the pattern of baldness and often progressed to the horseshoe shaped fringe of hair. In women, it demonstrates itself as a general thinning of the hair over the entire hair over the entire head. Hair loss can begin as early as the teens, and by age 35 almost 30% of all people show some amount of hair loss. As long as the follicles remain undamaged, hair loss can be successfully treated.

The Roots of Reversible Hair Loss 

Pattern baldness is perhaps the best known form of hair loss. It occurs when the heir follicles overreact to the level of testosterone (the sex hormone) produced by the body. Male pattern baldness is characterized by a gradual thinning of hair on the front and top portions of the scalp. Despite the term, female pattern baldness may not follow a pattern

Many other conditions can lead to temporary hair loss. The most common of these are:

Skin disorders, especially psoriasis and eczema.

Periods of stress, including pregnancy.

Severe illness or diseases such as diabetes, disorders of the thyroid or pituitary glands, and autoimmune diseases (eg., lupus) and malnutrition.

Local trauma induced by eyebrow plucking, use of hair curlers, hot oil treatments and the chemicals used in permanents, or cause by scalp infections.

Cancer treatments; Chemotherapy and radiation damage hair cells, causing loss of hair within days or weeks of starting use of the drug.

Other drugs can have the effect of suspending hair growth. Known examples include anticonvulsants, antithyroid agents, birth control pills, blood thinners, Parkinson's medications, cyclosporine, interferon and excessive amounts of Vitamin A. As long as the follicles remain undamaged, hair loss can be successfully treated.