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Kmax Hair Growth Therapy Set


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The new intensive anti-hair loss treatment that owes its effectiveness to the concentration of the anti-balding active ingredients.  Maximum efficacy to fight Male Pattern Baldness, Female Thinning and Thelogen Effluvium.

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The new intensive anti-hair loss treatment which owes its effectiveness to the concentration of anti-baldness active ingredients.  Maximum effectiveness in combating male pattern baldness, female alopecia and Thelogen effluvium.

Studying the best dosage of individual agents to enhance their efficacy and synergistic effect allowed Kmax researchers to conceive a unique treatment.

Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy + Kmax Stimulating Shampoo are a shock treatment against hair loss.

Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy - Intensive topical lotion - 100ml

It contains the most powerful anti-thinning molecules.  It can be used simultaneously with other topical treatments or anti-baldness drugs.

Kmax Stimulating Shampoo - 250 ml

It contains the same active ingredients as topical lotion, it represents the ideal complement to maximize its results.  Kmax Stimulating Shampoo is also a high-quality cleanser rich in soothing and volumizing agents, with a pleasant fragrance with refreshing mint.

The new Kmax anti-fall treatment contains synergistic active ingredients in high dosage combined to provide support from multiple therapeutic angles involved in the various causes of hair loss, in particular:

  • Stimulates hair growth according to several mechanisms of action.
  • Inhibits 5-alpha-reductase, which converts testosterone to DHT. This hormone is responsible for hair miniaturization, which is involved in male pattern hair loss.
  • Acts as a local anti-inflammatory agent and inhibits inflammatory prostaglandins.
  • Helps restore the normal hair growth cycle following telogen effluvium, which is often associated with male pattern hair loss.


Active principle with stimulating action which owes its action to the extraordinary structural similarity to the well-known Minoxidil.  It belongs to the category of so-called "N-Oxides", which includes, in addition to the well-known anti-baldness drug, other molecules supported by studies or patents that have demonstrated its activity on hair growth.  Its effectiveness has been verified in several clinical studies that have used it in concentrations around 1%: in Kmax it was introduced at a final concentration of 5% to make the most of its potential

Azelaic acid

It is a dicarboxylic acid that inhibits the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, an enzyme responsible for converting testosterone into DHT, a hormone involved in the development of androgenetic baldness.

In addition, its multiple antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties and the potential of adjuvant in the disorders of keratinization and free radicals make it a good active ingredient that can be integrated into a mixed therapy aimed at defeating baldness.

18 beta glyceretic acid

It is organic triterpene acid extracted from licorice, having a structure similar to that of hormones and steroids.  It has been shown to have a significant anti-inflammatory activity, very similar to that of cortisone (cortison-like), through the inhibition of the 11-beta hydroxy-steroid-dehydrogenase tissue enzyme that converts cortisol from active to inactive form.  At the same time it has an inhibiting action of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, an enzyme responsible for the conversion of testosterone into DHT


Beta-sitosterol is a plant steroid, extractable from Saw Salmetto (Serenoa repens) or from Pyeum africanum, which appears to have the characteristics of progestogen 17 replaced and together of weak estrogen (and anti-estrogen).  It is able to simultaneously engage the 5 alpha reductase (type I and II) and the cytosolic androgen receptors to which dihydrotestosterone binds (which is at the origin of androgenetic alopecia) and the other androgens.  It also binds to the cell membrane receptors of estrogens activating them, but at the same time acting as an anti-estrogen preventing the binding with the real estrogens.  At the hair follicle level, this type of activation can, by activating the membrane adenyl cyclase, stimulate matrix mitosis, contribute to the maintenance of the anagen and the optimization of the catagen phase.


It is an isoflavone derived from soy that acts as phytoestrogen: structurally and biologically it behaves like endogenous estrogens, albeit with decidedly reduced power.

Numerous studies have shown that the isoflavones present in soy have activity in treating hair loss as they prolong the anagen phase and act as anit-DHT going to inhibit the activity of 5-alpha-reductase

Nigella sativa essential oil

It is a precious essential oil that owes its properties to its most abundant constituent, that is, the thyminone: according to several studies, this molecule has shown to have strong anti-inflammatory properties by acting on the prostaglandins D2 (PG2), STA3 and JAK2 involved both in the Telogen Effluvium  both in androgenetic type baldness.  It also inhibits the activation and synthesis of the NF-kB factor, a pro-inflammatory transcription factor, involved in the most common forms of alopecia.


This is a patented complex containing the Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1 peptide, from oleanolic acid and apigenin

Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1: biomimetic peptide considered effective in increasing adhesion proteins which are important for anchoring hair roots and promoting the activity of keratinocytes

Oleanolic acid extracted from olive leaves: this triterpenoid is considered an inhibitor of 5-alpha-reductase - for this reason it has been included for some years in some of the most innovative preparations for hair care and for the contrast of seborrhea

Apigenin: a plant flavonoid that has a stimulating effect on hair growth, as shown in a specific study that showed its activity on TGF-beta1, an inducer of the androgen-activated catagen activated in abundance in the dermal papilla of the follicles subject to alopecia  androgenetic


It belongs to the class of xanthines that have proven to be able to inhibit phosphodiesterase, an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of CAM to 5 AMP (inactive).  Consequently, the intracellular accumulation of cAMP follows, not for its increased production, but for a prolongation of the half-life by inhibited degradation.  It therefore represents an active ingredient that activates the protein kinase system and modulates the energy availability for the protein synthesis of the hair.

These premises have directed several authors towards the topical use of xanthines in androgenetic alopecia with the rationale to lengthen the anagen phase

Salicylate sodium

Sodium salt of salicylic acid: it is an active ingredient with anti-inflammatory, soothing action and with weak exfoliating properties.  It also facilitates skin penetration of the other active ingredients present.

Zinc sulphate and Vitamin B6

The synergy of Zinc and Vitamin B6, assisted by azelaic acid, have shown great ability to inhibit, in vitro, the 5-alpha redactase enzyme (in percentages above 90%) and therefore the use of these components for  treat androgenetic baldness.


Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy - Intensive topical lotion - 100ml

Ethanol, Aqua, Pyrrolidinyl diaminopyrimidine oxide, Etoxydiglycol, Polisorbate-20, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Azelaic acid, 18 beta glycyrrhetic acid, Genistein, Nigella sativa ess.  Oil., Caffeine, Betasitosterol, Zinc sulfate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Oleanolic Acid, Apigenin, Sodium salicylate, PPG-26-Buteth-26, Butylene Glycol, Lactic acid, Linalool.

Kmax Stimulating Shampoo - Delicate shampoo - 250 ml

Aqua [Water], Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate, Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate, Cocamidopropyl betaine, PEG-200 hydrogenated glyceryl palmate, PEG-7 glyceryl cocoate, Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, Coco-glucoside, Glycol distearate, Sodium laureth sulfate, Sodium chloride 10, Laureth  , Cocamide MEA, Mentha piperita oil [Mentha piperita (Peppermint) oil], Menthol, Polyquaternium-7, Camphor, Piroctone olamine, Parfum [fragrance], PEG / PPG-10/10 Trimethylolpropane trioleate, Laureth-2, Hydrolyzed wheat protein,  pyrrolidinyl diaminopyrimidine oxide, Azelaic acid, Glycyrrhetinic Acid, Beta-Sitosterol, Genistein, Caffein, Butylene Glycol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Apigenin, Oleanolic Acid, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice,  Simmondisa chinensis [Jojoba] seed oil, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Propylene glycol, Alcohol denat., Etidronic acid, CI 19140 [Yellow 5], CI 42051, Limonene, Linalool.


Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy - Intensive topical lotion - 100ml

Shake the bottle before use and apply 1-2ml of Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy (corresponding to about 8-15 sprays of the combined nebulizer) or in any case in the quantity necessary to moisten the affected areas once a day.

At the same time, a comfortable plastic pipette has been inserted in the package for those who prefer this method of application

Massage the lotion with your fingertips on the scalp to evenly distribute the product.

Kmax Stimulating Hair Growth Therapy must not be rinsed and must be left to act for at least 3-4 hours before the next shampoo in order to allow adequate absorption of the active ingredients.

It can be used simultaneously with other topical treatments, taking care to leave a few minutes between the various applications

Kmax Stimulating Shampoo - 250 ml

Wet the hair and scalp, apply an adequate amount of Kmax Stimulating Shampoo, massage gently until a soft and abundant foam is obtained and leave for 2-3 minutes.  Finally, rinse thoroughly with warm water.  Its formulation is designed for frequent washing and can therefore be used daily for proper hygiene of the hair.


Product for external use.  Do not swallow.  Avoid contact with eyes.  In cases of recognized intolerance to one or more of the ingredients listed, avoid use.  Store in a cool place, away from direct light.