Study confirms effectiveness

Improvement is noticeable

Women who treated their hair with PRIORIN® as part of a study were able to notice a clear increase in hairs undergoing growth.**

PRIORIN® improves hair growth from within.

It supplies the hair with nutrients, including millet extract, the amino acid L-cystine and calcium pantothenate, which in combination has been clinically shown to stimulate and improve hair growth and hair re-growth. PRIORIN® also contains the nutrient biotin, which helps to maintain healthy hair.
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PRIORIN® contains L-cystine. What is this?
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For everyone who wants to know more.

PRIORIN® helps to improve hair growth by supplying the hair with nutrients, including:

Millet Extract

PRIORIN® capsules contain millet extract, a source of the phytosterol miliacin, which increases proliferation and metabolic activity in human keratinocytes (key cells in hair).*

Calcium Pantothenate

The essential vitamin calcium pantothenate stimulates metabolic activity in human keratinocytes (key cells in hair) and is thus important in the nutritional support of normal hair growth and quality.*

L-cystine

The amino acid L-cystine is a building block of the hair substance keratin and thus an important component of the hair.*

Biotin

Biotin is a vitamin that is vital for the synthesis of the hair substance keratin.*

PRIORIN® contains biotin. What is this?
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The PRIORIN® Hair Care Program.

Hair growth progresses very slowly and requires a little patience. Therefore it is recommended that you take 2 PRIORIN® capsules daily with food for a period of 3 to 6 months.

After 3 to 6 months of the PRIORIN® hair care program the nutrients will have stimulated and improved hair growth and hair re-growth.

PRIORIN® is also suitable for long-term use and can be repeated throughout the year if necessary.






** In hormonally-exacerbated hereditary hair growth disorders in women. Study: W. Gehring et al., Zeitschrift für Hautkrankheiten, Karlsruhe University, H+G 7/8 (75) 419- 423 (2000).