“My coworkers and I often tease each other about whose hairline will recede the first. However, I didn’t expect it to be me! I noticed that my hairline started to slowly inch upwards in a matter of months and then in just a year, I lost a good portion of my hair! I’ve tried everything but this rice water mist gave the best and most consistent results! In just a few weeks my hair started to patch up again and in less than half a year, my head was covered back in healthy black hair!” -Oliver, 45, California
“I have really thin and sensitive hair; it doesn’t take much for my hair to fall in clumps. I’ve always wanted to have thick and flowy hair like my sister and this Rice water treatment really works wonders! I noticed that a small bald and thinning spot on the side of my head have started growing little hairs. What I like the most is that my new hair and existing hair have grown stronger and more resistant to chemicals like conditioners and harsh shampoos. I no longer experience hair loss when I comb, and the texture of my hair becomes much more manageable and smoother!” -Ami, 34, Sacramento
Hair: The Accessory Organ
Most of us brush and comb our hair without a second thought. We mostly style it to our liking and the appropriateness of our profession. We often barely give any attention to how important our hair actually is!
Our hair is an accessory that grows within the outer layers of our skin. Our skin grows from little pockets on our skin called “hair follicles” or simply “follicles”. Once our hair pops out from the follicles, our hair is considered dead skin cells, which is why we can tease, heat, iron, and bleach our hair without pain.
If these are dead skin cells, why is our hair important? Hair protects sensitive areas of our bodies such as our head and private areas from dirt, dust, pollution, and other opportunistic infections. It also helps regulate our body temperature by shielding our skin from hot and cold climates.
Hair Loss or Alopecia is a condition where you stop growing hair. It often happens to men as they contain more androgen which is responsible for hair loss. However, hair loss can happen in women as well. Hair loss is often a symptom of psychological stress, an underlying symptom of a disease, and the result of inadequate or improper hair care.
Do you have thinning hair? Do you experience hair loss? Do you want to regain your youth and beauty with a full head of healthy hair?
If you answered YES to at least one of these questions, then you have come to the right place! Introducing the Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist! Made from RICE WATER ESSENCE, 5% MINOXIDIL, and CENTELLA ASIATICA your hair would grow long and luscious in just a span of months.
Rice Water (Oryza Sativa Water). Rice water is made from boiled or soaked rice. It is packed with nutrients and it is often drunk as a part of soft diets for people with digestive issues. However, it is also beneficial for your hair. Rice water has been used as a hair treatment in Asia for centuries! Rice water is packed with nutrients such as
Vitamin B- Supplements hair growth and prevents oxidation and premature hair aging (whitening)
Vitamin C- Reduces hair growth, prevents dryness, and split ends
Vitamin E- Increases capillary circulation and improves the transportation of blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the scalp, thus increasing and stimulating hair and follicle growth
Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola) is a plant native to Asia. Similar to other hair growth ingredients, Gotu Kola helps with increasing blood circulation to and around the scalp, which promotes follicle activation and growth. It also neutralizes the effects of free radicals, harmful chemicals that slowly degrade the cells. Its antioxidant properties also help with keeping your hair retain its pigment and strength while increasing its length due to its ability to form protein fibers which are necessary for creating new follicles.
What is the Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist?
The Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist is the solution to hair loss! It treats hair loss in masse in just 4-6 weeks of consistent use!
Prevents male and female alopecia
Covers up large patches of hair in just 4-6 weeks
Encourages the growth of hair by increasing circulation
Stimulates and activates inactive follicles to produce hair
Contains vitamins and antioxidants that protect your hair from premature aging and pigment loss
Enhances your hair’s resistance to external factors during styling as well as environmental factors such as humidity and cold
Ensures your hair is adequately hydrated for a healthier shine
Encourages proper and sustained hair growth and prevents split ends
Aliana has been using the Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist for over three weeks now and it has done wonders for her once dull and patchy hair. Here’s what she has to say!
“I’ve always wanted to grow my hair. However, every time I let my hair reach past my shoulders, the tips of my hair become frayed, and dry, and I have a bad case of split ends. My hair is also sensitive to most conditioners and treatments, which leaves my hair even more brittle. However, my stylist recommended using the Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist and I’ve been using it for a few days now.”
“It’s been around two to three months now and my hair has improved by a long shot! I can’t believe how much my hair has grown without having split ends. My hair can now be styled and I love curling it! I also like how my hair has grown strong enough to resist conditioning and it doesn’t fall off when I comb it as well! I love how fresh my hair always feels and the added hydration didn’t make my hair heavy or too oily at all.”
How To Use
Shampoo your hair
The Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist can be used on dry or damp hair (use according to your comfort and convenience).
Place 1-2 pumps of the Kuse-scene RiceWater Hair SerumMist on clean hands
Massage the product onto balding, thinning, or receding hairline until the product has been fully absorbed by the skin
Let the product dry.
Apply 1-2 times a day, daily.
Comb your hair
Wash your hands.
Do not use the product on open and bleeding wounds.