Why is Conditioner Important?
It all starts with the conditioner. That’s our first busted myth right there: You should absolutely be using a hair conditioner.
It’s not uncommon for men to have only shampoo in their showers.
Today’s beauty industry tends to focus more on women’s products and for whatever reason, that seems to have convinced a lot of men that only women need to use conditioner.
This is not true. Your hair deserves conditioning as much as any woman’s hair does.
Everyone’s hair is covered in a layer of microscopic, overlapping cells. When these cells are damaged, they become frayed, causing hair to look and feel rough.
Damage like that can often occur with too much shampooing. Conditioner is the antidote to that, working to smooth down the cells on your hair so the overall look and feel are those of silky, smooth, healthy strands.
How to Apply Conditioner?
There is a right and wrong way to apply conditioner. For starters, it’s important to remember that, contrary to rumors you may have heard: Shorter hair only needs to be conditioned one to two times a week at most.
Shorter hair can receive plenty of nutrients from the scalp, so it’s not necessary to condition it every day.
However, different hair types require different treatments. For instance, if you have short, extremely curly hair, conditioning your hair after each shampoo might be necessary.
But as a general rule, less is more—and that includes how you apply conditioner to your hair. Conditioners are meant to hydrate and moisturize your hair, not clean it like shampoo.
So don’t go lathering your conditioner all over your hair as you do with shampoo.
It’s recommended that you avoid applying directly to the scalp and just apply conditioner to the remaining parts of your hair.
Make sure that the conditioner gets into the ends of your hair in particular—this part of the hair needs a bit more love and nutrients than the hair closest to the scalp.
So now you’re probably wondering…
How Does Fortero Revitalizing Conditioner Help With Hair Loss?
Fortero Revitalizing Conditioner is a hair loss conditioner. The lack of hair conditioner in your hair care routine is actually hurting you more than it’s helping.
In fact, most people don’t know this, but: Lack of conditioning has been tied to certain types of baldness in men.
The outer layer of the hair shaft is called the cuticle. It can be roughened by shampooing, but the cuticle protects an inner layer.
When that inner layer is damaged, it can result in hair breakage and loss. In addition, hair follicles can become severely clogged by dirt and grime, preventing hair from growing.
Over-washing your hair won’t solve that problem—all it will do is cause further damage to the cuticles.
Fortero Shampoo and Conditioner provides a two-fold solution to these problems:
1. Utilizing transformative carbonic acid to break up the proteins that keep the hair follicles clogged
2. Working to smooth down roughened hair cuticles and preserve the inner layers of your hair from damage
Complete Your Haircare Routine with Fortero Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner
It’s impossible to focus on just one aspect of the body and hope that everything just works out. So, keeping your scalp clean and your hair moisturized can truly make all the difference.
Use Fortero Carbonic Acid Shampoo to keep your scalp clean, and then use our best hair loss conditioner for men to moisturize hair follicles and boost hair growth.
3 effective ingredients to make your hair stronger:
・Hydrolyzed Keratin: To support the hair from the outside and restore damaged hair from the inside
・Ginger Root Extract: Contains nutrients that provide your hair follicles with nourishment
・Sugar Cane Extract: The high moisture content promotes increased hair growth.
Let’s take a closer look at the three main ingredients that make up our revolutionary conditioner: hydrolyzed keratin, ginger root extract, and sugar cane.
What is Hydrolyzed Keratin?
Keratin is actually part of the make up of your hair. It’s a protein that’s responsible for the health of your hair, making it a great component to add to a conditioner.
The keratin in your hair can be easily damaged by a variety of things, such as too much sun exposure and the overuse of hot hair care appliances.
So, including it in our conditioner as a key ingredient makes a lot of sense.
Hydrolyzed keratin is a larger molecule of protein that gets broken down when applied to the hair and when it comes into contact with water.
The process of breaking down allows the keratin to pass through the cuticle’s outer layer and into the inner layers of hair where it can be absorbed and do the most good.
Penetrating below the cuticle layer allows the hydrolyzed keratin to repair inner hair damages.
Water, Hydrogenated Rapeseed Alcohol, Dimethicone, Myristyl Alcohol, Behenamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine,
Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Phytosteryl/Octyldodecyl Lauroyl Glutamate, Cholesteryl Lanolate, Dihexyldecyl Lauroyl Glutamate, Etidronic Acid, Ethanol, Hydrolyzed Keratin (Wool),
DPG, BG, Lactic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract, Saccharum Officinarum (Sugar cane) Extract, Hakka Yu, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil,
Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil
Ginger Root Extract
Ginger root extract has been proven to stimulate hair follicles and subsequently promote hair growth.
This powerful root also contains many vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids that combine to strengthen your individual hair strands. And when your hair is stronger and more fortified, it’s not going to fall out as easily.
Ginger root extract also contributes to restoring moisture loss. Constant exposure to the sun can leave hair dry and brittle, but ginger root is a wonderful, natural solution to that problem.
Sugar cane also works wonders to promote hair growth. It’s a great source of antioxidants, which can help hair resist the damaging rays of the sun.
Sugar cane also combats dryness in hair and on the head. Scalp dryness is a common issue many deal with. Sugar cane juice nourishes both your scalp and your hair, making both stronger.