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Skin Biology Folligen Cream

by Skin Biology

Skin Biology Folligen Cream
Size: 2.0 oz (60 ml)

Skin Biology Folligen Cream uses a synergistic formula of copper peptides, saw palmetto and antioxidants to thicken thinning hair, eye lashes and eye brows.

Use Folligen Ceam to target specific areas such as thinning hairlines or crown. For ease of use and best results, rub into a damp scalp. It will not stain the hair or scalp.You can use it with, or without emu oil, which also aids hair growth.

TIA Review by Marta:
Skin Biology Folligen Cream is a copper peptide treatment for helping hair grow – whether thinning or aging hair on the head, sparse eyelashes or moth-eaten eyebrows. The great thing is that it works and it comes at a great price. The bad news is that it is a rather alarming turquoise color and Skin Biology (the maker of it) doesn’t provide any instructions (or even list of ingredients on the bottle).

Using Folligen for head hair is fairly straightforward. Just rub it in to the scalp – either all over or just where needed. No it does not stain your hair or make your skin turquoise. It does, however, rub in much more easily if the skin is damp so the best time to use it is after washing and before drying the hair. Skin Biology recommends using it every three or four days at first to ensure it doesn’t irritate. As you build up a tolerance, you can increase it to every other day and then every day over a period of, say, 10 days. I didn’t have any problems with it and was able to use it every other day from the get go.

Copper’s ability to assist in hair growth was discovered when it was noticed that the hair follicles around treated wounds were exceptionally large. It seems to work on the follicle in two ways: increasing follicle cell proliferation increased follicle size; and copper also decreases programmed follicle cell death, which results in smaller follicles. More on copper peptides and hair growth. It seems that you have to keep using this product for it to continue to work.

If you want you can use emu oil on the scalp or brows before applying Folligen.

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Our Take...

Folligen Hair & Scalp Nutrient Cream is a copper peptide-based potion to restore thinning hair. I have tried it and it works extremely well. Recently I was asked by Lim whether it would also work on eyelashes and brows. There was only one way to answer that: I promised to give it a try. As experiments... Read Full Article

Your Take...

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    Folligen is working wonders for me, especially eyebrows and eyelashes. I also have TONS of tiny new hairs around my face and add Evening Primrose supplementation daily. This combo works for me and it’s so reasonably priced I can’t beleive how well it works at this price point! I would never have known about Folligen were I not a TIA reader!

  • Hi Karen, the color comes from the copper. I recommend applying it to a damp scalp and rubbing in thoroughly to minimize discoloring the hair. It does work on eyebrows in my experience, but should be used very carefully on eyelashes as some people have reported irritation.

  • 5 stars 1 out of 5

    I just got it and started using it right away. It did not sting or stain anything BUT,! what is it with the Bright Blue color. My husband was laughing at me. Does this stuff really work for lashes and brows? I have tried quit a few for periods of time- 2 months and up and some were expensive. None of them worked. Smart Lash and Lash Food were two that I tried and nothing happened. Karen P.S. no rating yet. I will though after I give it at chance.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    I too noticed a burning sensation around the eyes and I dont normally have sensitive skin at all. I decided to mix a little folligen and emu oil together in a pot and I still apply it with a liner brush. This seems to have made a big difference, less stinging and I would say i am starting to notice a diference.
    I too have tried Jan Marini, enormous lash and revitalash. Non of them worked for me at all and very expensive. So far the folligen + emu oil is the most efective thing I have tried I just hope i’m not being counter productive by mixing the two products togther as you are supposed to use them seperately, folligen followed by emu oil.
    Definately value for money these two products should last me well over a year and cost a lot less than other produts. Go for it!!

  • 5 stars 2 out of 5

    i have been using the folligen and emu oil on my eyebrows for about 3 weeks and i havent seen much difference. i use it everynight and there is no stinging at all.
    i am still trying to be hopeful with folligen and will give it more time. how depressing. if anyone can tell me it took 2 months or so i will still give it a try.

  • 5 stars 1 out of 5

    I do not recomend using it for eyelashes. The first night I used folligen i used a mac eyeliner brush and it stinged my eyes a little but nothing major, however i woke up with the worst headache ever. The following night i used a liquid eyeliner brush and that was even worse. My eyes burned and itched so badly that it woke me up in the middle of the night and i had to wash it off my eyes becasue it was so unbearable. On the third night i thought maybe i was jusy using too much or not applying it carefully enough, but again i had to wash the folligen off my eyes within an hou of having it on. My eyes hurt extremely bad and i have the worst headache. I do not have sensitive skin at all so i thought it would be fine but my eyes a really red today and puffy and hurt. I dont know if i am applying it wrong, but i dont see any other way of applying then what i have been doing. I would spend the money on a product meant specifically for eyelash growth.

  • 5 stars 3 out of 5

    I used it, and noticed a few little hairs growing also only within 1-3 days. However, I have been using it for about two weeks now, and I don’t notice too much more of a difference on the lashes than from the first few days.

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  • January 4, 2014

    by Wendy

    Is Folligen OK to use on lashes and the lash line though? I always worry about using anything on the lashline that's not made for the eye area or sterile. I heard castor oil works great for lashes but too scared to use it off label because it's not sterile unless you get an RX and buy it at a compounding pharmacy. My dry eye opthamologist won't give me an RX despite the fact it's worked for others with dry eyes and I had hoped to use it both for my eyes and my puney lashes.

  • September 22, 2012

    by Kristen

    I have been using Lilash for almost a year and have never had any side effects until I bought a new tube. My eyelids are so swollen and itchy and I want to discontinue the use of the product. I stumbled upon this link and I am dying to know more about the folligen cream used for eyelashes and eyebrows! I am 28 and a natural blonde, I read that this product may not work for blondes. Do you know any blond success cases?

  • October 5, 2010

    by CC

    Did Skin Biology ever get back to you about the new formulation that seems to cause more itching and irritation?
    Also, I know you always stress to use a the smallest amount possible. My question is, when you apply your folligen on brows and lashline, can you still see the blue color of the cream, or do you apply so little that the blue color isn't visible?

  • October 5, 2010

    by CC

    Hi Marta,
    You mentioned in the comments that you were going to contact Skin Biology to see what happened to the formulation since the new one seems to be more irritating than the old, have you heard back from them?
    I know you stress in the comments to use a very tiny amount and that it doesn't cause you irritation. I was curious, when you put your cream on your brows and lash line, do you put on enough so that you can see the blueness of the cream, or do you use so little that all you can't see the blue pigment in the cream?

  • October 4, 2010

    by donna

    So Marta with this folligen cream I simply apply the lotion with an eyeliner brush along my lash line top and bottom?

Purified Water, Copper-Peptides (Hydrolyzed Soy Protein And Copper Chloride), Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Stearic Acid, Squalane, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycerol Stearate, Peg-100 Stearate, Cupric Chloride, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Ppg-2 Myristyl Ether Propionate, Polysorbate 80, C10-30 Cholesterol/lanosterol Esters, Serenoa Serrulata (Saw Palmetto) Fruit Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Allantoin, Lavandula Stoechas (Spanish Lavender) Oil, Sodium Salicylate, Leucine, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera) Gel, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocophersolan (Vitamin E), Mixed (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta) Tocotrienols, Mixed (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta) Tocopherols, Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q-10), And Xanthophyll (Lutein)

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