Galderma qilib hair regrowth system hits stores

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FORT WORTH, Texas — Galderma Laboratories has rolled out its qilib hair regrowth, revitalization and health system nationwide.

The skin care specialist said the new line’s products, the qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System and qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement, bring a breakthrough, dual-action system to address hair thinning and hair loss.

Galderma Qilib hair regrowth systemDeveloped in partnership with and tested by dermatologists, the qilib system includes the Hair Regrowth Treatment, which contains clinically proven, prescription-strength minoxidil for men (5% minoxidil) or women (2% minoxidil), and the Hair Revitalizing Solution, formulated with natural botanicals.

The Hair Regrowth Treatment helps awaken and restore dormant hair follicles so new hair can grow again, according to Galderma. Meanwhile, the Hair Revitalizing Solution nourishes the skin of the scalp with natural botanical ingredients, vitamin C, proteins, lipids and antioxidants.

Galderma noted that when the regrowth and revitalizationproducts are used as directed, 70% of men and more than 75% of women in the qilib trial were “satisfied with overall improvement” at 12 weeks of use.

The qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement contains of 5,000 mcg of biotin, a key ingredient to help support healthy hair and scalp, and multiple vitamins, including the daily recommended dose of vitamins B12, C, D3, E.

“Qilib’s launch embodies our pioneering approach to address skin care issues, including those associated with the hair and scalp, with solutions backed by science,” stated Miles Harrison, president and general manager of Galderma. “The millions of sufferers of thinning hair and hair loss have had limited options that work. But now, qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System is available to provide fast, visible results in as little as four weeks.”

In the United States, more than 80 million men and women experience hair loss, Galderma reported. Nearly half of all women experience pattern hair loss, also known as androgenic alopecia, at some point in their lives, while about two-thirds of men experience pattern hair loss by the time they reach 35. Key causes of hair loss include certain medications, genetics, hormonal changes during and after pregnancy, thyroid disorders and anemia. Autoimmune disorders (such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis), extreme stress, physical trauma and dramatic weight loss can also trigger hair loss.

“The qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System is a game-changer because it showed clinical results in both men and women in as early as four weeks,” commented Amy McMichael, a board-certified dermatologist and professor and chair of dermatology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. “For men and women frustrated with their current hair loss treatments, I encourage them to try qilib and see for themselves what a difference it can make to their hair.”

Both the qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System and Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement come in a user-friendly spray bottle and are suitable for any hair type, Galderma said.

The qilib Hair Regrowth + Revitalization System carries a manufacturer suggested retail price of $45.99 for a one-month supply and the qilib Hair Health Reinforcement Biotin + Multivitamin Supplement retails at $9.99 for 30 tablets and $16.99 for 90 tablets. The products are available now at CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Target, Amazon.com and Drugstore.com, and they will soon be offered at Walmart, Galderma said.

The qilib system components also are sold separately, with the Hair Regrowth Treatment priced at $22.49 and the Hair Revitalization Solution at $33.99.



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