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With each use, your hair will have more body and bounce, making fine, limp tresses a thing of the past.



When used as directed, this Intense Volumizing Biotin Hair Conditioner unclogs hair follicles and infuses the hair with vital nutrients.



Repairs cuticle damage and makes your hair more resistant to breakage.




The Regenepure Intense Volumizing Biotin Hair Conditioner deeply nourishes hair and amplifies volume. Our team of experienced formulators and researchers has perfected the art of hair care, giving you an advanced formula of Biotin, Tea Tree Oil, Jojoba Oil, Keratin, Silk Proteins, Copper Peptides, and Saw Palmetto Extract. Our Biotin Conditioner heals damaged follicles, restoring body and shine to troubled hair.


Biotin is a B7 vitamin also referred to as vitamin H. Biotin aids in the production of healthy skin and hair by creating new skin cells and replenishing the hair with moisture, strength and shine directly from the roots. Additionally, studies have shown that an extra dose of biotin can assist in hair growing in longer and thicker with an increase in elasticity.

Used by aboriginal communities in Australia for many years as an antiseptic, tea tree oil can be applied topically for a number of skin ailments including fungal infections, cuts, burns, and acne. It has also been shown to help treat dandruff and encourages healthy hair growth by unclogging hair follicles and removing dead skin and build up on the scalp.

Sourced from the seeds of evergreen jojoba shrubs, jojoba oil has a molecular structure very similar to the oil that the scalp naturally generates. It contains antibacterial properties and is made up of monounsaturated and saturated fats allowing the oil to absorb and strengthen deep within the hair follicle. It has also been known to relieve the scalp from excessive dryness while imparting shine, softness and volume to thin or thinning hair.

Hydrolyzed Keratin, a derivative from non-animal sources, increases moisture, volume and encourages hair growth by penetrating all three layers of hair. While hair is already made up of about 80% Keratin, Hydrolyzed Keratin consists of amino acids similar to the amino acids already found in hair. It also replaces cysteine, a semi-essential amino acid that reduces split ends and results in smoother hair.

Derived from silk, hydrolyzed silk protein comes in both powder and liquid form and benefits the hair by restoring moisture while imparting shine and body. It combines with the keratin in the hair to create a protective barrier that traps in moisture to condition damaged hair and eliminate dryness. It also strengthens hair while improving its elasticity.

Copper tripeptide-1 reduces inflammation, rebuilds the skins protective barrier and increases water retention. It also assists in restoring blood microcirculation and removes dead, damaged skin proteins while increasing hair follicle mass.

Saw Palmetto extract is derived from a berry plant that has been utilized for centuries due to its medicinal characteristics. Recent studies have shown its potential to treat androgenic alopecia (male-pattern baldness), by blocking DHT, a male sex hormone that curbs hair growth.

What is Biotin?

Biotin is a water-soluble B-vitamin that plays a key role in multiple functions of the body. Biotin supports skin, nerve and digestive health while improving the condition of metabolic and cellular health at the same time. Biotin is also extremely important for the synthesis of fatty acids, glucose and some amino acids. This helps regulate blood sugar levels and metabolize nutrients, thus giving you a healthier, more balanced body chemistry.

Although Biotin has drastic positive benefits on several parts of the body, Biotin is most commonly used for improving and strengthening hair, skin and nails health from the inside out.Biotin is effective when it comes to growing hair and nails and improving skin because it helps support the keratin infrastructure. This particular infrastructure is a basic protein that makes up hair, skin and nails, in turn making them longer and sturdier with continued use. Biotin is favored as a solution for hair loss because it is a more natural approach with minimal side effects.

How Biotin Helps Hair Loss

Hair growth and Biotin are almost always synonymous with each other. Biotin helps promote healthy hair growth while strengthening the current hair on your head. Biotin also assists in preventing hair dryness. This is because it increases the elasticity of a hair, making it more resistant to breakage. Continued use of Biotin will help regenerate new hair and skin cells, making them much healthier and resistant to damage. Taking a Biotin supplement can show a drastic improvement in your hair’s health.

History of Biotin

In 1936, Biotin was the name officially given by scientists Kogl and Tonnis to an element that was isolated from egg yolk that was essential for yeast growth. This substance was revealed to be identical to a growth factor called ‘coenzymes R’ that was essential to legume nodule bacteria. Later in 1936, Biotin was officially recognized as an element that can heal clinical dermatitis and hair loss by taking it as a supplement. Since then, Biotin has become a widely respected source for growing hair and improving overall hair health.

Biotin Deficiency

Biotin deficiency is a rare condition that is usually caused by excessive use of alcohol or consumption of raw egg whites. Biotin deficiency is something seen very commonly in people who have had their stomachs surgically removed as well as those with specific conditions such as infant seborrheic dermatitis. Some symptoms of a Biotin deficiency include hair thinning, red and scaly rashes developing around your nose, mouth and eyes and being excessively tired. Other symptoms might include depression, hallucinations and tingling in your arms and legs.

How much Biotin should you take?

The majority of adults use the daily requirement of Biotin: 30 micrograms. However, if you are someone suffering from hair loss or trying to improve the overall length, strength and health of your hair, you must up this dosage significantly. Physicians recommend taking 500-700 micrograms per day at first. From there, depending on your body’s sensitivity, you can increase your daily dosage up to 1,000 micrograms. People usually see dramatic results from Biotin between three and six months if they take it every day consistently.

Where to get Biotin

Biotin is available for purchase at your local drugstore or health food store in varying amounts. Although this is the most common way to get Biotin into your diet easily, Biotin is also found in a variety of foods you probably already eat. For example, eggs and dairy, wheat products, carrots, vegetables, fruit, beans and mushrooms are all packed with naturally occurring Biotin that will help improve your hair, skin and nails. However, for those whose bodies cannot process Biotin from foods, taking a Biotin supplement is highly recommended. It is necessary to consult with your physician or health care professional before starting any new supplements or dietary regimens. Do not take if you are nursing, pregnant or expecting to become pregnant.