I've been using the Phytodensium Shampoo, not the serum, for months now and my grays have disappeared. I stopped coloring my hair nearly a year ago. With Phytodensium I no longer need to color. My light brown hair was 20-30% gray, probably more now. I plan on adding the Phytodensium Anti-Aging Serum and maybe the Phytodensium Mask to my regimen, too, for the added benefit of "fuller, stronger, softer, shinier hair."
A Sephora associate told me a customer she spoke with who has dark, almost black hair, used to have grays, but no longer does after using Phytodensium.
Approximately every third shampoo I use a different product just for a change, and the benefits of the Phtodensium are not effected.
All items in the "densium" line seem to have the Tyrosine Derivative which is said to slow down the appearance of gray hair by boosting melanin production.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
I am 33 years old and have a bit of gray on the top/back part of my scalp. I did not notice a decrease in gray or a restoration to natural color but my hair does seem to be healthier, does not itch fro dry scalp and my hair is softer.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
(San Jose, CA)