The French Hair Growth-Stimulating Brand a Hair Transplant Surgeon Can’t Stop Recommending Is on Super Sale Right Now – Well+Good


René Furterer, a French haircare brand beloved by industry experts, is having a “Friends and Family” sale right now—so hop onto René Furterer’s website and fill up your virtual cart, because the entire site is 25 percent off with the code FFSEASON. Plus, if you spend over $85, then you can choose a deluxe sample with your purchase. It’s a win-win situation for everyone!
If you’re not familiar with René Furterer, it’s a haircare brand made with nourishing, plant-based ingredients that are designed to stimulate the scalp. So, its products are especially effective if you have fine or thinning hair. The brand also offers a bevy of best-sellers that strengthen and hydrate strands, leaving them glossier and healthier than ever.
Well + Good previously spoke with Dr. Alan J Bauman, MD, a hair transplant surgeon and hair restoration physician, who praised the brand. “René Furterer products are safe for the scalp and they’re non-drying to the hair. And when used after a full thricological (scalp) analysis, they perform exceptionally well,” he explains. He went on to explain that he loves “how they incorporate botanicals into their products and have excellent natural vital ingredients. René Furterer products are truly worth the hype.”
Everything on the site is on sale, but we’ve highlighted a few of our favorite products meant specifically to stimulate hair growth. We’ll start first with one of Dr. Bauman’s favorites:

complexe 5

Complexe 5 Stimulating Plant Concentrate — $41.00

Originally $54, now $41

“This is an essential oil-based pre-shampoo treatment that’s great at detoxing the scalp and improving the overall scalp health,” explains Dr. Bauman. “It cleanses and restores balance to the scalp. Key essential oils like orange and lavender act as natural cleansers and can also help provide nourishment to hair follicles.” Also, you only have to use it once or twice a week so you can get a lot of bang for your buck out of this 1.6 fl bottle.

triphasic

Triphasic Progressive Concentrated Serum — $65.00

Originally $86, now $65

The name “triphasic progressive serum” may sound intimidating, but it’s essentially a leave-in serum that is designed to address both hereditary and hormonal hair thinning. You use it twice a week for the first month, and then weekly after that. It’s suitable for even the most sensitive scalps.

triphasic

Triphasic Reactional Concentrated Serum — $59.00

Originally $78, now $59

This is very similar to the Triphasic Progressive serum, but instead of hereditary hair loss, this is meant specifically to treat sudden, temporary thinning hair. So, for example, if you’ve noticed some hair loss as a result of circumstantial stress, this is an excellent product. You use it once a week for three months.

volumea

Volumea Volumizing Conditioner — $26.00

Originally $34, now $26

Unfortunately the Volumea shampoo is currently sold out, but grab its sister product while it’s still in stock. Its “secret ingredient” is carob extract, which is meant to improve the structural integrity of each strand. It’s especially great for fine, limp hair, because its formula won’t weigh hair down.

triphasic shampoo

Triphasic Strengthening Shampoo — $26.00

Originally $34, now $26

The Triphasic shampoo, fortunately, still is in stock (for now). While the Volumea line is meant specifically for fine, limp hair, the Triphasic line is excellent for those experiencing thinning hair. Which is different. You can have very fine, limp hair but not suffer from any hair thinness or loss. And you can have naturally thicker hair and experience thinning.

tonucia

Tonucia Replumping Conditioning Mask — $39.00

Originally $52, now $39

If you have weakened, aging hair, this nourishing mask is a perfect pick. It has a lightweight aqua-gel formula that’s designed to restore density and thickness to strands without weighing hair down. Apply a few drops to clean, towel dried hair, wait 2-5 minutes and rinse thoroughly.

astera

Astera Fresh Soothing Freshness Concentrate — $41.00

Originally $54, now $41

Some of us have naturally sensitive scalps, but some scalps are very sensitive and extremely prone to irritation which can make it difficult to use certain haircare products because they’re just too harsh. This pre-shampoo treatment is meant to soothe and cool even the itchiest scalp.

Originally $54, now $41
“This is an essential oil-based pre-shampoo treatment that’s great at detoxing the scalp and improving the overall scalp health,” explains Dr. Bauman. “It cleanses and restores balance to the scalp. Key essential oils like orange and lavender act as natural cleansers and can also help provide nourishment to hair follicles.” Also, you only have to use it once or twice a week so you can get a lot of bang for your buck out of this 1.6 fl bottle.
Originally $86, now $65
The name “triphasic progressive serum” may sound intimidating, but it’s essentially a leave-in serum that is designed to address both hereditary and hormonal hair thinning. You use it twice a week for the first month, and then weekly after that. It’s suitable for even the most sensitive scalps.
Originally $78, now $59
This is very similar to the Triphasic Progressive serum, but instead of hereditary hair loss, this is meant specifically to treat sudden, temporary thinning hair. So, for example, if you’ve noticed some hair loss as a result of circumstantial stress, this is an excellent product. You use it once a week for three months.
Originally $34, now $26
Unfortunately the Volumea shampoo is currently sold out, but grab its sister product while it’s still in stock. Its “secret ingredient” is carob extract, which is meant to improve the structural integrity of each strand. It’s especially great for fine, limp hair, because its formula won’t weigh hair down.
Originally $34, now $26
The Triphasic shampoo, fortunately, still is in stock (for now). While the Volumea line is meant specifically for fine, limp hair, the Triphasic line is excellent for those experiencing thinning hair. Which is different. You can have very fine, limp hair but not suffer from any hair thinness or loss. And you can have naturally thicker hair and experience thinning.
Originally $52, now $39
If you have weakened, aging hair, this nourishing mask is a perfect pick. It has a lightweight aqua-gel formula that’s designed to restore density and thickness to strands without weighing hair down. Apply a few drops to clean, towel dried hair, wait 2-5 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
Originally $54, now $41
Some of us have naturally sensitive scalps, but some scalps are very sensitive and extremely prone to irritation which can make it difficult to use certain haircare products because they’re just too harsh. This pre-shampoo treatment is meant to soothe and cool even the itchiest scalp.
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