Use only one Folligen Therapy version (either Cream or Spray) or Hair Signals Cream. There is no need to use all three at the same time. This sample kit is for testing purposes only. Lightly spray or apply Folligen on a regular basis. Massage into scalp. Apply once a day or once every other day. Folligen Spray can be diluted with water if desired. Use sparingly. For improved results: massage into the scalp.
Emu Oil for Hair can also be used by itself or applied to dry ends to reduce breakage and repair split ends. And it works well as a styling agent also!
Folligen Shampoo and Conditioner are very concentrated, so you may want to add a small amount of water to the bottles to make using them easier to apply. Only wash the hair as needed. Handle hair gently. Use a minimal amount of the product to cleanse the hair. There is no need for repeat applications.
ADDITIONAL SUGGESTIONS: Air
dry your hair whenever possible. Limit use of heat (blow dryers,
curling irons, hot combs, flat irons) to special occasions only or not
at all. Be careful of shampoos and conditioners which
may contain harsh
detergents and flash-foaming agents that strip protective coating
proteins of the hair shaft. For shampoos/conditioners fortified with copper peptides use
Folligen Shampoo and Folligen Conditioner.
For best results, we recommend using this product along with Minoxdil.
Supplements of MSM (2-4 grams daily) and flaxseed oil (4 grams daily) may also help with hair health and vitality.
Blonde Hair - Please Note: If you have light colored hair or light highlights may pick up a green tint if Folligen is in contact with the hair. Try to keep the products on the scalp. If a greenish tint occurs, just rinse with lemon juice and water to easily remove it. Or use Folligen for Blondes which is designed specifically for blonde hair.
Before Color Treating or Applying Hair Dye - Please Note: It is important to discontinue use of Folligen on the hair for about one week before attempting to chemically color treat the hair. Copper peptides can possibly react with the hair dye, and although these occurrences are rare, the color may not come out as desired.