Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Dandruff Solutions by Bioken

Nature’s Secret for Flake-Free Hair 

Suffering from dandruff or a dry, itchy scalp? Let Bioken Enfanti’s botanical formula help soothe and heal your scalp and leave healthy, flake-free hair. Simply start with Bioken Enfanti Scalpi to deep cleanse your hair and scalp and follow up with Antiruff Dandruff Toner on a daily basis. Strands will be left soft, shiny and fabulously flake-free. 

Enfanti Scalpi is a refreshing massage emulsion that provides gentle exfoliation of oxidized oils and dirt on the scalp. It purifies, stimulates and fortifies the scalp and hair with natural active ingredients such as ginseng, henna, horseradish and saponaria extracts. Scalpi detoxifies the hair and scalp and also soothes and heals dry, itchy skin. Specially formulated to emulsify residue, it nourishes hair and scalp with vitamins, minerals and nutrients, which helps to promote healthy hair growth. 

Sebum, which is natural oil produced by glands in the skin, and cholesterol can build up, oxidize and harden, eventually clogging pores and hair follicles on the scalp. This blockage prevents hair from growing. A lack of circulation to the scalp can also contribute to hair loss. It weakens hair follicles and attracts the male hormone DHT, which is strongly linked to male pattern baldness.

Deep cleansing and good circulation are essential to a healthy scalp and hair growth. Ginseng is a key ingredient in Enfanti Scalpi and is responsible for stimulating hair and scalp and improving circulation. It is also one of several antioxidant ingredients that are effective against free radical damage.

Also a powerful antioxidant, horseradish extract improves the regeneration of hair roots, has disinfecting properties and helps rid hair and scalp of impurities. Saponaria, a mild antiseptic, naturally destroys bacteria and helps control dandruff and even lice. Henna, another antioxidant, is also a natural clay conditioner that heals the hair shaft. Proven effective for hair maintenance, it repairs and seals the cuticle and leaves hair smooth, glossy and appearing thicker.

Other ingredients include menthol as well as nettle, chamomile, and saponaria extracts. Menthol, which is derived from mint, has anesthetic properties and is widely used to relieve minor irritations. Nettle deep cleanses and provides a protective coating that strengthens the hair shaft. It also helps to repair chemically damaged hair and stimulates hair growth. Chamomile offers calming, cooling and soothing effects as well as anti-inflammatory benefits.

The mild cream formula of Enfanti Scalpi is suggested for normal to dry hair or sensitive skin while the liquid (water) version, which contains artichoke extract for added detoxification, is more intensive and is best suited for oily hair.

To deep clean hair and scalp, use Enfanti Scalpi as needed before shampooing. Simply apply onto dry scalp and massage into hair and scalp for a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly, cleanse with appropriate Enfanti Shampoo and follow with Enfanti Conditioner or Enfanti Treatment.

The 8oz. bottle of Enfanti Scalpi retails for $21.00.

Enfanti Antiruff Dandruff Toner is a tonic for the treatment of dandruff. It relieves itching and irritation, calms and soothes scalp, and controls the reoccurrence of flaking and itching associated with dandruff. The antimicrobial effect of various essential oils prevents excessive flaking and stimulates circulation, improving the epidermal health of the scalp. Excess sebum is gently eliminated and hair follicles and scalp are stimulated and revitalized.

Enfanti Antiruff Dandruff Toner contains tea tree and neem oils, bee propolis, and hops extract. Green tea is highly regarded for its potent antioxidants and anti-aging properties. It contains a powerful antioxidant called epigallocatecin gallate (EGCG), which is known to help stimulate hair growth. Green tea also helps scalp conditions such as dandruff and psoriasis by soothing skin and reducing inflammation.

Neem oil is a natural anti-bacterial and antiseptic with detoxification properties. It’s an ideal natural insecticide as it disrupts the breeding process of head lice. A powerful moisturizer, neem oil controls dandruff and offers soothing for a dry, itchy scalp.

Bee propolis is high in vitamins B, E, C, H, P, pro-vitamins and flavanoids, which are known to have antibacterial and antibiotic qualities. It also stimulates hair growth and reinforces hair’s natural defenses to help cure and prevent split ends.

Hops extract is rich in vitamin and various amino acids. It has antiseptic properties and fights scalp problems such as dandruff and weakening or brittle hair.

Use Enfanti Antiruff Dandruff Toner once or twice daily, preferably after shampooing. Apply a few drops directly onto your scalp and gently massage in with your fingertips for about three minutes. Do not rinse out.

Enfanti Antiruff Dandruff Toner is available in a 4.2 oz size that retails for $36.00.

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Disclosure: Although no direct compensation was taken for this article, one of our current editors does have an affiliation with the company. Product for the giveaway will be  supplied by their PR firm. All opinions are my my own are are based on my personal experience with the product.


  1. Would love to try something like this, only happens for me during the winter months thankfully!

  2. I don't get flakes, but my husband tends to in the winter only.

  3. I usually only get them in the winter.

    jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

  4. I notice them in the winter only. Thanks for the draw.

  5. year round..
    iloveher6923 at yahoo dot com

  6. I mostly get dry scalp and dandruff during the winter months.

  7. i get flakes year round, luckily i have light hair so you can't really see them except when i wear black shirts!

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  8. I get flakes mostly in winter, but some year round.
    Michelle Tucker

  9. mostly in the winter with the dry air

  10. Year round ever since I had my daughter..

  11. Mostly just winter, but sometimes off and on during the rest of the year ... it varies!