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This page is about ingredients of Swapna, method of use and storage of the product. More importantly, a simple, scientific hair fall assessment test is also mentioned for Swapna
If this test is adopted as a standard test for a haircare product, be it a shampoo, hair cream and what have you, Hairloss in the Society can come down. Useless products will get discarded.
Swapna Hair Enricher contains a blend of edible vegetable oils / natural hair conditioners. It also contains moisturisers, emulsifying agent, a special aqueous extract, some minor but special ingredients and perfume. They are all blended to make a soft cream / thick lotion. Application presents a near non oily head. The ingredients are all safe items of use on skin and hair.
Over 80% of the contents of Swapna are edible / natural products.
Swapna is water washable. Ordinary water would suffice for hair cleaning. Reduce the quantity and usage of shampoo
On the basis of our regular product research and users feedback, the formulation of Swapna has been further improved upon. [compared to, 2009 to 2016 versions] This new version would only be supplied from May 2017. The changes are as under
1. It will be a very soft cream / thick lotion. It is convenient to spread the cream / apply. Because of this change from a thick to a soft cream, it is necessary to stir the bottle well once in 3-4 days - to avoid separation
2. The anti itch feature has been improved. Swapna would almost be non itchy and light on the head.
3. It would be more soothing / cooling on the head.
[This formulation has been in the making for the last 6 months. Still there is scope for minor fine tuning. This will be done after we get feedback in the coming days. The volunteers feedback has been good during the last 3 months]
Method of use
Swapna is a safe, daily use hair cream.
Apply Swapna after bath. Apply to the extent needed [about 1 -3 ml] for easy and convenient combing - such that the hair is lubricated and do not get pulled while combing.
It is beneficial to use it twice a day for the first 15 days by all persons till excess Hairloss and or dandruff come under control. The second application at night can be light. It can be discontinued after the first 2 / 3 weeks.
Swapna can safely be used as long as it continues to benefit an user - to retain the available hair and improve the density. Hereditary Bald persons should use swapna for life / till hair and its density has relevance
Preserve the bottle in a shaded place / Refrigerator. An unopened bottle in a frig will be stable for 6 months. Always keep the bottle closed.
Use a bottle within 2 months of opening it. Once a bottle has been opened, always stir it well once in 2-3 days.
Swapna is not a hard emulsion containing Mineral Oil or Waxes. So a nominal separation is always possible on long storage. Stir and use.
Vegetable Oils, can become rancid / stale / bad smelling, if kept open / improperly stored / if the natural anti oxidants in the oils loose their power. Such oils should not be used - in cooking too. Mineral Oils will last longer as they do not have any nutritional value
Hair Fall test: Testing suitability
You should assess your hair fall for a week and thus have a near exact idea of the average hair fall per day. Remember this base figure. Counting daily for a week is tedious, but necessary for scientific assessment
Wash the hair nicely before starting Swapna. Swapna should bring down this base figure by at least 30% within 3 weeks in nearly all cases. If say 30% hair is saved from falling, the product is suitable for you. That is a substantial saving. In many cases, it will be more.
This is the only simple, easy to verify, Scientific and convenient, suitability test. It is a meaningful functional assessment. If swapna does not pass this test, please stop it. [I suggest this test for all hair products. Not even 0.5% of public do this test. And they pay the price]
The total hair fall in a day, after 6 weeks use, should be below 25 per day. It means that Swapna is having some positive and beneficial impact on the head. I consider this number to be a reasonable upper limit number for hair fall. This is my number and is for a head with normal density This is the second test after 6 weeks use to assess the impact
Every User should make these scientific assessments.
One Rough quick test: Apply Swapna at night on a day before planned head wash. Wash the hair next morning as usual. You may notice less hair on the bath room tiles - suggested by one American user in 1993.
All the statements made in the site about the product benefits are mainly based on Users written reports. The past results indicate the capacity of the product to provide a favourable beneficial impact. However there is no assurance or promise, implied or otherwise for a buyer
The scalp conditions, the level of activity of the roots, the damage already done at the root level with various hair related products and hair care practices are all basic factors relevant for swapna's impact. Many are unknown variables and there is no easy way to assess the damage
So, the buyer should constantly assess the product and continue or discontinue the product. Individual results can vary a bit from one head to another.
DISCLAIMER: The Details provided on this site are not meant to provide health advice or relief as the way a qualified physician / Doctor can / may give after thorough inspection. Please consult your Doctor. Neither the contents nor our products are intended to treat or diagnose any condition.
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