Water & Polygonum Multiflorum (Knotweed) Extract & Andrographis Paniculata (Kirayat) Extract & Camellia Sinensis (Tea) Leaf Extract
Majestic Mane BCR is a nutritive botanical complex that helps to protect, balance and support a healthy scalp and hair against the exposome (the totality of internal and external exposures impacting one’s health). Just like the skin on our faces, the hair on our head and the skin on our scalp fight a daily battle against exogenous environmental threats and endogenous deficiencies and stressors. These challenges can manifest as thinning and greying hair, and dry, itchy, irritated scalp.
Magestic Mane BCR is developed with BCR’s unique extraction technology that uses plant derived enzymes to simplify complex botanical actives so they are more easily absorbed by the skin. Thus, saving the skin energy to be used for cellular communication and self-repair for overall wellness. Highly effective proprietary enzymes allow for the use of minimal plant material with maximum yield of beneficial nutrients. As such, BCR’s BioTransformed extracts are sustainable, eco-friendly and cost effective.
Polygonum Multiflorum (Knotweed, Fo-Ti) has been used in folk medicine for treatment of various age-related conditions, including hair aging. Studies show that Polygonum Multiflorum has potential effects on melanin synthesis and could help to recover black pigment for hair. THSG, a dominant biocomponent, has also been proven to possess strong antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities.
Andrographis Paniculata, known as the “King of Bitters” for its extremely bitter taste, has been used since ancient times as an antioxidant and is known to exhibit anti-inflammatory activity.
Purple Tea is a new variety of Camellia Sinensis with red-purple colored leaves due to the high level of anthocyanins, a type of flavonoid recognized for free-radical scavenging and antioxidant capacities. Purple tea contains significantly higher levels of the potent polyphenols (GHG, EGCG, ECG) than green, black, or oolong teas due to the high elevations at which it grows and high exposure to UV light. As such, it has higher antioxidant activity than green and black teas. This powerful antioxidant tea appears to exert hair and scalp sun damage protection by quenching free radicals and reducing inflammation.
In vitro testing shows purple tea has almost 50% more free radical scavenging ability over green tea
In vitro PCR Analysis results in downregulation of the gene responsible for proinflammatory signals triggered by environmental pollutants such as BaP. Decreasing this response protects the scalp from the deleterious inflammatory effects of extrinsic stressors.