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Phyla de M Re-Connect spray is a super hair loss treatment serum to achieve visible hair growth and regrowth.

In Japanese, there are two words for hair growth: ‘hatsumou’ , which means to birth a new hair, and ‘ikumou’, which means to raise the new hair into a full hair fibre. Like the process of raising a child from birth to adulthood, hair must be nurtured and guided to reach its full potential. If neglected, progress can be reversed.

The new Re-Connect treatment by Phylia de M. features an exclusive, hyper-concentrated version of the Phylia de M. formula to achieve visible hair growth and regrowth. This super serum was designed to work in tandem with the current Phylia de M. Connect treatment and helps to activate new growth while maintaining the strength of existing hairs. While Connect serves as the ‘ikumou’ to detox the nerves, heal the skin and scalp and fortify the existing hair, Re-Connect serves as the ‘hatsumou’ to stimulate the hair follicle and maintain the results of Connect. Existing hair is strengthened and invigorated while new hair is generated where stress had caused nerve and follicle damage and resulted in hair loss.

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Directions: Start using Phylia Connect for at least one month and then use Re-Connect. Alternate between the two products each day. After showering, gently towel-dry, part your hair in sections and spray directly onto scalp and into hair.

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