This is a novel hair spray made specifically for men, containing 1% NAD+ in a fine-mist dispenser. Its ultra mist achieves comprehensive penetration of your fine hair, making sure every strand is swaddeled in effective hold. Excellent for all hair types and styles, it was created with proprietary technology. This texturizing spray contains copolymers that form around adjacent strands of hair to hold the overall style in place. Though formulated for thin hair, it does an outstanding job on normal or even thick hair due to its penetrative abilities. Its NAD+ payload has the potential of waking sleeping hair follicles with new cellular energy for them to cycle again. Customize for the occasion; the look you’re after for your mane and your hair type. You can go for full, all day hold or just a quick mist to lightly hold your style. Leaves no residue on your hair so women like it too. The manual pump fine mist is eco-friendly. Elegant, medium hold without stickiness. Non-oily, dries quickly, and washes out easily. Statements made about the benefits of our products have not been approved by the FDA.
Topical application. Remove cap and point spray nozzle toward your scalp. Gently pump micro-mist several strokes to the hair and scalp. Leave to dry. For daily use. Easily washes off with plain water.
Ingredients: Purified water, NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide), Polyvinylpyrrolidone, Vitamin E, Potassium Sorbate.
For external use only. Keep out of eyes. Do not ingest. Safety of this product relies on the publicly available toxicological test data of its ingredients and of similar products.
Science: The fuel powering the mitochondria energy engine of each living cell. It is also a critical signaling molecule that controls cell function and survival. Research shows that loss of normal skin function and follicle hair growth cycle loss in aging implicatesdeficient NAD+ levels. Scientists have concluded that NAD+ can enter skin and scalp cells from the surface via undocumented transporters passing through the plasma membrane. Once in the cell cytoplasm, the mitocondria directly imports NAD+ to use as fuel needed for proper cell function.