FAQ – Conditioner
The conditioner alone cannot provide sufficient protection against menopausal hair loss. It is a hair care product that smooths the surface of the hair, making it softer and it easier to comb.
The conditioner has only little contact with the scalp, so not enough caffeine can be absorbed to build up protection against menopausal hair loss. However, it does contain a caffeine buffer that protects the active ingredients from being rinsed out.
The conditioner for fine, brittle hair has unique galenics. Unlike other conditioners, which weigh the hair down, it actually reinforces the hair surface and gives it a better grip. This is very important, because fine, brittle hair usually has little volume, and with the wrong conditioner the hairstyle soon loses its form.
After the hair has been washed, a conditioning product should generally be used to close the scaly layer. Then, the hair is easy to comb and has a beautiful shine. The conditioner is matched to your hair's condition so it can be used after every hair wash. The important thing to remember with conditioners is that they must be rinsed out very thoroughly.
A shampoo is primarily designed to cleanse the scalp and hair. After the hair has been washed, the scaly layer isn't fully attached to the hair. The conditioner closes the hair and provides it with optimal shine and very good combability.