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COVID business superstar: Aussie hair loss success story launches new line of products

  • Written by Tess Sanders Lazarus




One of Australia’s newest and most exciting brands to emerge during COVID, Hair Folli, has just announced it has released a new line of products, a shampoo and conditioner.

Hair Folli started up in the early stages of COVID with its hero product, Hair Folli spray, a hair growth product made with the Kadadu Plum - a rare Australian fruit packed full of vitamin C and antioxidants. According to Trung Vien, the brand creator, Hair Folli was created to provide hair growth products for both men and women that helps to stimulate hair growth by improving blood flow to hair follicles.

Since launching, our brand has grown very quickly,” Vien said.

Our customers love our Hair Folli spray so much that they have been asking for other complementary products. So we worked hard and developed a shampoo and conditioner specially formulated with the Kakadu Plum to provide men and women with the ability to benefit from our amazing formula while washing and conditioning their hair as well.

Our new shampoo and conditioner includes all natural ingredients and is vegan too.

Our shampoo and conditioner is designed to give our customers flexibility in the way they use our products and the comfort of knowing that our powerful hair growth activation ingredients are also in their shampoo and conditioner as well.”

According to Vien, hair growth is one of those things that silently affects so many Australians.

We underestimate the problem because those who have it don’t like to talk about it. I decided to create Hair Folli because I had quite a few of my friends experience some serious hair loss and they all said the same thing: nothing works,” Vien explained.

Hair Folli is a vasodilator, meaning it improves blood flow to your hair without artificial chemicals. Hair Folli contains an extremely rare fruit found only in Australia that most Australians have never heard of: the Kakadu Plum.

The Kakadu Plum fruit has 100 times more Vitamin C than oranges and 16 times more antioxidants than blueberries. Research on the fruit has catapulted its use in food and health products in recent decades.

Kakadu Plum is found in the north of Australia, particularly in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and the Arnhem region of the Northern Territory. You’re not going to come across a lot of Kakadu Plum trees down south, which is probably why most Australians don’t even know it exists,” Vien said.

The fruit has been incredibly popular among Indigenous Australians that lived around northern Australia for thousands of years. They apparently used the fruit as bush tucker and even medicine.

Only now are we catching on to what Indigenous Australians have known for centuries: that the Kakadu plum is a superfood with some truly incredible health benefits.

Kakadu Pulm is used in a lot of jams, sauces and relishes, but it also has a lot of extraordinary properties that have led to its classification as a ‘superfood’. It’s even been used to treat skin conditions and sores. Through Hair Folli, we’ve also discovered that it can actually have some incredible effects for hair growth.

A lot of time, thought, research and testing has gone into the creation of our new products. We have been careful to only use ingredients that are known to support skin health and are kind to the environment. As we grow as a brand and receive feedback from our valued customers, we will continue to add to our growing range of products.”

The Hair Folli shampoo and conditioner come in one size, 200 mls. They both contain Kadaku Plum.

Hair Folli can be purchased online through Hair Folli’s website, www.hairfolli.com.

www.hairfolli.com

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