YANAGIYA Hair Tonic
Loved for 60 years, YANAGIYA Hair Tonic is a medicinal apricot oil essence that can be used to soften and smooth hair.
Apricot oil, a natural hydrating ingredient, restores glossiness by providing deep hydration, prevent against further damage and dryness. Derived from the kernels of ripe apricots, giving you high quality oil with no artificial ingredients or chemicals. This nourishing formula is blended with vitamin E to protect against damage and reduce other signs of aging in hair.
||Recommended as a treatment for hair loss and stiff hair
|Made In||JAPAN 🇯🇵|
How to use
Apply to dry hair and distribute evenly.
Full list of Ingredients
Tocopheryl acetate, menthol Other ingredients: PEO hydrogenated castor oil, BG, blue 1, pH adjuster, rutin glucoside, cerebrum extract, Medicinal ingredients: Dipotassium glycyrrhizinate, ethanol, perfume, L-menthol moisturizing ingredient, vitamin E derivative, orange oil, yellow 203, purified water, panthenol, Menthol Other ingredients: Chinpi extract, EDTA-4Na, hibiscus extract-1, Glycyrrhizic acid 2K, thyme oil, extract of ginseng extract, POE hydrogenated castor oil, Ethanol, tocopherol acetate, blue No. 1 yellow 4, camphor, water, Tocopheryl acetate, Clara extract-1, flavor, Shirakaba extract, cerebria extract, dipotassium glycinate, carrot extract, rose water, dipotassium glycyrrhizinate, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil
I haven’t used this for very long, so I can’t say about the hair loss prevention part of this product. I think this is pretty nice? I’m not someone who likes the smell of menthol (which is stronger than I anticipated) but it feels really nice on the scalp! It gets tingly for a bit, and then your scalp feels like it what your teeth feel like after brushing them (in a good way). You do have to be careful to put it directly on your scalp and not your hair, or your roots get oily pretty quickly.
The product does sting after using it. I use it while letting my conditioner sit then wash it out a bit before drying my hair. If you use it after you get out of the shower it stings for a while not painful but you can definitely feel the menthol.