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Mr. Patrick Ales

Doctor of the Pharmaceutical Science Discipline

French National Centre for Scientific Research

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French National Centre for Scientific Research

Background Information

Employment History

Studio Booth

Hair Additions UK Salons

Owner

CARON

Affiliations

Founder
The Phyto Specific

Founder
PHYTOSOLBA

Founder
Ales Groupe SA

Founder
Phytologie Hair Care Phyto

Web References (192 Total References)


Where to Get Cheap Phyto

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It was in 1960s when Patrick Ales, a French hairstylist that practiced hairstyling for many years, has noticed how commercial hair products damaged, not only the hair, but the scalp and hair system as well. By noticing such, he taught of creating gentle, safe yet effective hair products made by plant extract in order to solve hair problems. He then consulted the professionalism of Ms. Fatou Batchily-Plat, who is a Doctor of the Pharmaceutical Science discipline and a graduate of the French National Academy of Pharmacy that served as the Director of the Research and Development of the Phytosolba Laboratories in France.


Science of plants, Ales Groupe : History

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PATRICK ALES - THE ORIGINS OF PHYTO HAIR CARE In 1946, Patrick ALES became interested in hairdressing after taking a summer job in the profession. He began as a dispatch rider before being accepted as an apprentice at the Louis GERVAIS salon on the Champs Elysees in Paris. Patrick ALES immediately became interested in the science of hair care, noticing how the harsh chemicals in the products of the day damaged hair and realising how little medical research there was into hair and scalp treatments. He discussed his feelings with herbalists whose knowledge of the health benefits of plants encouraged him to imagine a line of plant-based hair care products. He even considered abandoning his career as a hairdresser, despite the reputation that he had built up in the profession by this time, to study to become a doctor, or more specifically a 'hair doctor'. However, faced with the scale of the task, the long years of study, and his responsibilities towards his family, Patrick ALES finally decided to continue his career as an internationally renowned hairdresser.

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To begin with the PHYTO products were made in Patrick ALES's garage, often in the evening or during the night, with the help of his wife and sometimes even his children Sylvie, Romain and Patricia. Some mornings he would make several trips in his old car, carrying a single 50kg container on each outing, to transport the 250kg of Phyto 7 cream that his wife Jacquie ALES had prepared in 5kg batches.
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Since then, Patrick ALES has worked and continues to work with the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Academy of Sciences, as well as numerous colleges and universities. Today, over 200 clinical studies, carried out by independent laboratories, doctors, and hospitals have tested the different products of the group. Many patents and trade names have also been registered. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT-BASED HAIR CARE IN THE GROUP Patrick ALES continued his pioneering work, coming up with many more product innovations: He created shampoos made with plant-based foaming agents (PHYTOPANAMA with panama wood) and other natural ingredients (PHYTOSSOUL with rhassoul clay). In 1974 , he created a new concept: PHYTOPLAGE, the first sun protection hair care product, with the now famous bottle in the shape of an oil burette. In 1982 , PHYTOPHANERE was released onto the market as the first dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails. Patrick ALES also worked tirelessly to invent a natural anti hair loss product that would be effective without causing side effects. The result was PHYTOPOLLEINE PLUS (1970), PHYTOCYANE (1992), PHYTOAXIL (1998), and finally PHYTOTRIXIL (2003). In 1995 , he created the SECRET PROFESSIONNEL hair care range for hairdressing salons. In 1997 , to give a new dimension to the group, Patrick ALES acquired the DUCASTEL Laboratory, specialist in the manufacture of technical hair products, especially hair dyes, mainly aimed at the market of professional hairdressers.
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PATRICK ALES AND PERFUME CARON Patrick ALES has always privileged the use of essential oils and natural and vegetal extracts in the formulation of his products and has worked with some of the largest suppliers of natural plant and perfume raw material suppliers. His team also included a perfume expert.
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A lot has changed since the first products were turned out of Patrick ALES's garage. THE PATRICK ALES SALON Patrick ALES has always been enjoyed and been proud of his work in the hairdressing world. The Patrick ALES Salon, which he created in 1965, still welcomes a glamorous clientele at 37 avenue Franklin Roosevelt in the 8th arrondissement of PARIS. However, it is not part of the ALES group. PATRICK ALES - 'LE TCHÔ' In 2004, Patrick ALES published his book 'LE TCHÔ - Demain viendra toujours', (published by Cherche Midi) which recounts his origins in 142 'picaresque episodes'. Son of a Spanish Republican cabinetmaker, his family sought refuge in northern France when he was seven years old, where he became a 'tchô' (the local term for a small child). The book tells the eventful story of his life, focussing on his lucky breaks and his misfortunes, and the strange destiny that led him to mix with the rich and famous and to his love affair with plants.


Ales GROUPE : History

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PATRICK ALES , THE ORIGINS OF PHYTO HAIR CAREIn 1946, Patrick ALES became interested in hairdressing after taking a summer job in the profession.He began as a dispatch rider before being accepted as an apprentice at the Louis GERVAIS salon on the Champs Elysees in Paris. Patrick ALES immediately became interested in the science of hair care, noticing how the harsh chemicals in the products of the day damaged hair and realising how little medical research there was into hair and scalp treatments.He discussed his feelings with herbalists whose knowledge of the health benefits of plants encouraged him to imagine a line of plant-based hair care products.He even considered abandoning his career as a hairdresser, despite the reputation that he had built up in the profession by this time, to study to become a doctor, or more specifically a ,hair doctor'.However, faced with the scale of the task, the long years of study, and his responsibilities towards his family, Patrick ALES finally decided to continue his career as an internationally renowned hairdresser.

...
To begin with the PHYTO products were made in Patrick ALES's garage, often in the evening or during the night, with the help of his wife and sometimes even his children Sylvie, Romain and Patricia.Some mornings he would make several trips in his old car, carrying a single 50kg container on each outing, to transport the 250kg of Phyto 7 cream that his wife Jacquie ALES had prepared in 5kg batches.
...
Since then, Patrick ALES has worked and continues to work with the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Academy of Sciences, as well as numerous colleges and universities. Today, over 200 clinical studies, carried out by independent laboratories, doctors, and hospitals have tested the different products of the group.Many patents and trade names have also been registered.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT-BASED HAIR CARE IN THE GROUP Patrick ALES continued his pioneering work, coming up with many more product innovations: He created shampoos made with plant-based foaming agents (PHYTOPANAMA with panama wood) and other natural ingredients (PHYTOSSOUL with rhassoul clay).In 1974, he created a new concept: PHYTOPLAGE, the first sun protection hair care product, with the now famous bottle in the shape of an oil burette.In 1982, PHYTOPHANERE was released onto the market as the first dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails.Patrick ALES also worked tirelessly to invent a natural anti hair loss product that would be effective without causing side effects.The result was PHYTOPOLLEINE PLUS (1970), PHYTOCYANE (1992), PHYTOAXIL (1998), and finally PHYTOTRIXIL (2003). In 1995, he created the SECRET PROFESSIONNEL hair care range for hairdressing salons.In 1997, to give a new dimension to the group, Patrick ALES acquired the DUCASTEL Laboratory, specialist in the manufacture of technical hair products, especially hair dyes, mainly aimed at the market of professional hairdressers.
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In 1992, Patrick ALES acquired the COSMODEX Laboratory (dermatological cosmetology), specialising in depigmentation treatments. End of 2004, COSMODEX changes its name and becomes the PHYTODERM Laboratory, the Skin Laboratory (trade name registered by Patrick ALES in 1973).
PATRICK ALES AND PERFUME
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A lot has changed since the first products were turned out of Patrick ALES's garage.
...
PATRICK ALES , ,LE TCHÔ'In 2004, Patrick ALES published his book ,LE TCHÔ , Demain viendra toujours', (published by Cherche Midi) which recounts his origins in 142 ,picaresque episodes'.Son of a Spanish Republican cabinetmaker, his family sought refuge in northern France when he was seven years old, where he became a ,tchô' (the local term for a small child).The book tells the eventful story of his life, focussing on his lucky breaks and his misfortunes, and the strange destiny that led him to mix with the rich and famous and to his love affair with plants.


Ales GROUPE : History

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PATRICK ALES , THE ORIGINS OF PHYTO HAIR CAREIn 1946, Patrick ALES became interested in hairdressing after taking a summer job in the profession.He began as a dispatch rider before being accepted as an apprentice at the Louis GERVAIS salon on the Champs Elysees in Paris. Patrick ALES immediately became interested in the science of hair care, noticing how the harsh chemicals in the products of the day damaged hair and realising how little medical research there was into hair and scalp treatments.He discussed his feelings with herbalists whose knowledge of the health benefits of plants encouraged him to imagine a line of plant-based hair care products.He even considered abandoning his career as a hairdresser, despite the reputation that he had built up in the profession by this time, to study to become a doctor, or more specifically a ,hair doctor'.However, faced with the scale of the task, the long years of study, and his responsibilities towards his family, Patrick ALES finally decided to continue his career as an internationally renowned hairdresser.

...
To begin with the PHYTO products were made in Patrick ALES's garage, often in the evening or during the night, with the help of his wife and sometimes even his children Sylvie, Romain and Patricia.Some mornings he would make several trips in his old car, carrying a single 50kg container on each outing, to transport the 250kg of Phyto 7 cream that his wife Jacquie ALES had prepared in 5kg batches.
...
Since then, Patrick ALES has worked and continues to work with the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Academy of Sciences, as well as numerous colleges and universities. Today, over 200 clinical studies, carried out by independent laboratories, doctors, and hospitals have tested the different products of the group.Many patents and trade names have also been registered.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT-BASED HAIR CARE IN THE GROUP Patrick ALES continued his pioneering work, coming up with many more product innovations: He created shampoos made with plant-based foaming agents (PHYTOPANAMA with panama wood) and other natural ingredients (PHYTOSSOUL with rhassoul clay).In 1974, he created a new concept: PHYTOPLAGE, the first sun protection hair care product, with the now famous bottle in the shape of an oil burette.In 1982, PHYTOPHANERE was released onto the market as the first dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails.Patrick ALES also worked tirelessly to invent a natural anti hair loss product that would be effective without causing side effects.The result was PHYTOPOLLEINE PLUS (1970), PHYTOCYANE (1992), PHYTOAXIL (1998), and finally PHYTOTRIXIL (2003). In 1995, he created the SECRET PROFESSIONNEL hair care range for hairdressing salons.In 1997, to give a new dimension to the group, Patrick ALES acquired the DUCASTEL Laboratory, specialist in the manufacture of technical hair products, especially hair dyes, mainly aimed at the market of professional hairdressers.
...
In 1992, Patrick ALES acquired the COSMODEX Laboratory (dermatological cosmetology), specialising in depigmentation treatments. End of 2004, COSMODEX changes its name and becomes the PHYTODERM Laboratory, the Skin Laboratory (trade name registered by Patrick ALES in 1973).
PATRICK ALES AND PERFUME
...
A lot has changed since the first products were turned out of Patrick ALES's garage.
...
PATRICK ALES , ,LE TCHÔ'In 2004, Patrick ALES published his book ,LE TCHÔ , Demain viendra toujours', (published by Cherche Midi) which recounts his origins in 142 ,picaresque episodes'.Son of a Spanish Republican cabinetmaker, his family sought refuge in northern France when he was seven years old, where he became a ,tchô' (the local term for a small child).The book tells the eventful story of his life, focussing on his lucky breaks and his misfortunes, and the strange destiny that led him to mix with the rich and famous and to his love affair with plants.


Products | Studio BBC Salon | Nashville, TN

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With a clear vision, a talented team and the finest ingredients nature offers, Mr. Patrick Ales, founder of PHYTO, extends his premium line of botanical hair care to include products created for a specific need. Texture. Naturally curly, frizzy, and relaxed hair calls for extra nourishment and maintenece. In the pursuit of developing such a line, he sought the scientific background and knowlege of Ms. Fatou Batchily-Plat, Director of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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