Frequently Asked Questions - Plantur 39 Phyto-Caffeine Shampoo

The quantity of caffeine was selected to make sufficient caffeine available in hair all day long.

Since the shampoos are applies externally, the caffeine quantity into the body through the hair roots is safe even for people who are sensitive to caffeine.

Caffeine is an active ingredient. In Plantur 39 Phyto-Caffeine Shampoo, it is exactly dosed so that daily application creates the effect that was proven in scientific studies

As a result, hair protection should be part of your daily routine, performed regularly and in a sustained manner.

Although shampoos were used exclusively to clean scalp and hair in the past, Dr. Wolff-Research has now succeeded in developing a method for transporting caffeine all the way to the hair based on a shampoo formula.

The caffeine remains detectable for up to 24 hours. As a result, regular application of Caffeine Shampoo activates the hair in a sustained manner, thereby creating the prerequisite for vigorous and healthy hair growth.

Alternatively, on days when you do not wash your hair, you should massage the Phyto-Caffeine Tonic into the scalp to provide the hair with sufficient growth energy.

The Plantur 39 Phyto-Caffeine Shampoo especially for fine, brittle hair contains only weakly dosed hair conditioning agents to ensure that your hair style retains its volume. The hair is easy to style, has good grip and more volume. If you have difficulty combing your hair, try using the Plantur 39 Conditioner for stressed and coloured hair after the Shampoo. The conditioner with white tea, corn and wheat regenerates the hair surface and makes the hair easier to comb without weighing the hair down.

Use the Phyto-Caffeine Shampoo for colour-treated and stressed hair. It contains wheat proteins that will fortify your hair. In addition, provitamin B5 will provide natural shine and smoothness

Since you ingest coffee orally, it first passes through the digestive system and is absorbed by the body only later on. Subsequently, it is distributed throughout the body, and only a tiny quantity reaches the scalp and the hair. Even consumption of  50 cups of coffee would not supply enough caffeine to the hair.

*without a result of a medical condition