BIOTA Botanical Laboratories, a leading and trusted expert in herbal hair care products, is committed to marrying science with nature to create clinically tested, quality blends that deliver on their promise to provide head-to-toe beauty solutions.
Our leading scientists and dermatologists are dedicated to researching and creating formulas that promote beautiful hair. In fact, a double blind, placebo-controlled study of 120 participants was conducted to determine the efficacy of BIOTA Botanicals’ Herbal BioComplex B11. Participant results were obtained every month over a six-month period.
At the end:
At the end of the 6-month study, more than 97% of subjects reported thicker, fuller and stronger looking hair when using shampoo and serum combined.*
More than 83% of subjects reported thicker, fuller and stronger looking hair when using only BIOTA Herbal Shampoo.*
*Results of a 6-month, placebo-controlled, independent clinical study using BIOTA Botanicals Advanced Herbal Care Shampoo and Leave-In Serum
BIOTA Botanicals Consumer Survey
BIOTA BotanicalsAdvanced Herbal Care for Thinning - Damaged Hair set out to take the pulse of American women regarding how they really feel about their hair – especially as they (and it) ages. According to this national survey, most women have already noticed and worry about their hair thinning - damaged with age.+
59% of women 30 and older have experienced thinning hair.
BIOTA Botanicals’ secret is in our exclusive ingredient Herbal BioComplex B11 – a unique and proprietary blend researched and developed over four years by the scientists at BIOTA Botanical Laboratories.
73% of women would prefer good hair over a nice wardrobe.
5 percent of women ages 30 and over would give up chocolate for a year rather than deal with thinning hair.
And, nearly one in four (22%) would even be willing to give up sex for six months if it would “ensure” their thinning hair is a thing of the past.
Herbal BioComplex B11 is a clinically tested combination of herbal extracts that nourishes the scalp to encourage stronger, thicker and fuller looking hair.
More women are concerned about thinning-damaged hair than they are about going gray (58% vs. 51%)+.
+ Biota Botanicals Survey conducted by Kelton Global among 1,023 female Americans ages 30+; margin of error +/- 3.1 percent