Studies

There are many hair growth studies which support the efficacy of the ingredients contained in our hair products. Hopefully, the hair growth studies below will help you to choose the best treatments.

 

Rosemary oil vs minoxidil 2% for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia: a randomized comparative trial.

Rosmarinus officinalis L. is a medicinal plant with diverse activities including enhancement microcapillary perfusion. [Read More]

 

Inhibition of Inflammatory Gene Expression in Keratinocytes Using a Composition Containing Carnitine, Thioctic Acid and Saw Palmetto Extract.

Chronic inflammation of the hair follicle (HF) is considered a contributing factor in the pathogenesis of androgenetic alopecia (AGA).

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The hair growth promoting effect of Asiasari radix (Wild Ginger) extract and its molecular regulation.

Hair loss is a distressing condition for an increasing number of men and women. It is of great importance; therefore, to develop new therapies for the treatment of hair loss. [Read More].

 

Side Effects of Prescription Hair Loss Treatments.

Before you start taking a hair loss treatment, be sure that you thoroughly understand the risks associated with each ingredient. An article about the side effects of chemicals, such as finasteride and minoxidil. [Read More].

 

Effects of caffeine on hair growth.

Caffeine reportedly counteracts the suppression of hair shaft production by testosterone in organ-cultured male human hair follicles. This study reveals new growth-promoting effects of caffeine on human hair follicles in subjects of both sexes at different levels (molecular, cellular and organ). [Read More].

 

Ecklonia cava (Brown algae) promotes hair growth.

Previous studies have reported the protective effects on skin elasticity of the edible marine seaweed Ecklonia cava, which acts through regulation of both antioxidative and anti-inflammatory responses. [Read More].

 

Microneedling: Advances and widening horizons.hair growth studies

Microneedling is a very simple, safe, effective, and minimally invasive therapeutic technique. It was initially introduced for skin rejuvenation, however, now it is being used for a very wide range of indications including acne scar, acne, post-traumatic/burn scar, alopecia, skin rejuvenation, drug delivery, hyperhidrosis, stretch marks, and many more. [Read More].

 

Response to Microneedling Treatment in Men with Androgenetic Alopecia Who Failed to Respond to Conventional Therapy.

The efficacy of conventional therapy viz. finasteride and minoxidil in androgenetic alopecia (AGA) that is based on both preventing hair loss and promoting new hair growth, varies between 30% and 60%. [Read More].