How Carnitine & Thioctic Acid Affect Hair

Carnitine & Thioctic Acid

Carnitine & Thioctic Acid

What does Carnitine & Thioctic Acid have to do with healthy hair growth? Let’s take a look.

Clinical studies published in PubMed explains the role of inflammation in common pattern hair loss. Chronic inflammation of the hair follicle (HF) is considered a contributing factor in the pathogenesis of androgenetic alopecia (AGA), also known as common pattern baldness.

In our lab at Hair Genesis V, the advancement of therapeutic formulas against AGA are facilitated via the critical analysis of hypothesis-driven data. In plain English this means that we test ideas through well-respected clinical trials and basic scientific assays. In our collaborative work with the Center For Functional Genomics, University of Albany, we sought to better understand how inflammation contributes to hair loss.

We found that several genes (including LTB4 & CXCL6 appear to modulate this negative growth cycle process.

Importantly, we were also able to demonstrate that our latest formula effectively suppressed the gene expression of inflammatory chemical signals associated with pathways involved in hair follicle inflammation and hair loss. Two substances in particular assist the blockade of tissue inflammation.

These are carnitine and thioctic acid. Carnitine, a readily available supplement represents a compound of great interest for its wide clinical application in various disorders: it may be of benefit in treating Alzheimer’s dementia, depression in the elderly, HIV infection, chronic fatigue syndrome, peripheral neuropathies, ischemia and reperfusion of the brain, and cognitive impairment associated with neurologic disorders.

Thioctic acid and its reduced form dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), meet all the criteria for an ideal antioxidant because they can easily quench free radicals, can chelate metals, and they do not exhibit any serious side effects. Thioctic acid interacts with other antioxidants, such as carnitine, and may actually regenerate them. For this reason, thioctic acid is sometimes called an antioxidant of antioxidants.

Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, Bruce Ames, Ph.D., has been at the forefront of research into the synergistic role thioctic acid and carnitine may achieve. His work has largely focused on neurogenic and cardiac benefit via the combination of these two substances. One well-tested hypothesis shows that carnitine plus thioctic acid has an important positive modulatory effect on high energy demand tissues, including the brain and heart.

Because hair follicles represent one of the most rapidly proliferating cell types in the human organism, it was our thought that this combination of materials might offer benefit in that setting. Though more validation work should be done, our preliminary data suggest that the use of carnitine and thioctic acid in our proprietary hair revitalizing formula constitutes a sensible incorporation.

One of the challenges we have faced is the selection of supplement form and dosage. There are several isoforms of carnitine and thioctic acid. Not all forms work as well in solution as the composition we ultimately selected. Likewise, dosage is an important consideration because too much or too little of any given substance can reduce the desired clinical benefits.

How DHT and INFLAMMATION affect Hair Loss

It’s long been known that common pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is triggered, in part, by the activity of dihydrotestosterone (DHT).  Think of DHT as the evil offspring of testosterone (T).  Conversion of T to DHT is mediated by the enzyme 5 alpha reductase.  Two flavors of this enzyme occur, one closely associated with a prostate disorder, the other linked to pattern hair loss.

Even today, most hair loss treatment products, drug based and non-drug based alike, have been designed to subvert the DHT pathway.  If DHT was the lone cause of pattern hair loss then this approach would make perfect sense.  On the contrary, however, AGA is known to be a complex trait disorder.  This means that multiple factors are involved.

One key distinction separating our lab from others in this industry is the fact that we have developed and tested hypotheses based on the notion that agents other than DHT are operative in pattern hair loss.  As we considered the potential elements that could strongly influence the negative progression associated with AGA, we came to realize that inflammation was probably near the top of the list.

In numerous pathologic syndromes, local inflammation is implicated as a disease causing component.  From the disabilities linked to aging, to infectious diseases, to autoimmune related afflictions, inflammatory processes are almost always near the center of the bullseye.

Because the hair follicle is exquisitely sensitive to perturbations of cell cycle dynamics, inflammatory cytokines and chemokines seemed to us to be reasonable targets for investigation.  Thusly, one of our key hypotheses has been to ask the question “what is the role played by inflammatory factors in modulating scalp hair follicle biodynamics in persons affected by pattern hair loss?”.

From this important question, we have begun to identify new therapeutic targets, apart from merely focusing on the dihydrotestosterone pathway, as so many others myopically pursue.  In our next installment, we will discuss the experimental basis for recent generational improvements that have led us to create a set of genuinely novel hair treatment compositions.

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Customer Product Reviews For Hair Loss Products

Reviews For Hair Loss Products

Reviews For Hair Loss Products

Here are a few hair loss product reviews that I have received in my emails for those wondering which products work and which ones do not.

Sharon F on Hair Genesis V

The first customer ordered Hair Genesis from me but she had mess up the order by ordering the Topical only from me when she meant to order the pills only. I sent her the correct product (Pills) for FREE and asked her to use both and then let me know how well they worked together and here is what she said.

Thank you, Richard! I will definitely save the email you sent and I greatly appreciate all that you have done! I will try the topical when I go on summer break from teaching (May 23). I usually never try anything like that because of a bad irritating experience I had with a Rogaine (Minoxidil) application which made me reluctant to ever try something like that on my head again. If it does not leave a greasy residue etc, I would love to use it because I am curious about the added benefit of using this as well as the pills. I do love your product because you see the results right away – hair stops dropping after a couple of days; hair becomes visibly healthier looking after about a week or so; and hair regrowth also seems to take immediate effect. I do like the healthy shine and feel of my hair when I take the product – it feels less oily and has a healthy bounce! I don’t even take it every day – I take it every other day to try to save on money (teacher’s salary is never enough 🙂 ) – but the effects are still wonderfully noticeable. The pills seems coated and water soluble – but they are quite large and that may be the only thing that is an inconvenience because I am one of those people who get very nervous taking such a large pill – but it goes down smoothly enough with a full glass of water. Those are my comments on the product. Again, thanks for the great customer service and consideration!

MHN on Procerin For Men

The name he used in the email sent to me was MHN not sure what it means but he probably wants to keep his name confidential, which is fine. He ordered Procerin from me and sent me this,

I wanted to thank you for this great product. I wanna use it forever. It works great!

I have been using procerin (tablets+foam) along with hairmax lasercomb for a month and I can clearly see minimal hairfall and also my hair quality increased remarkably. I was doing a video chat with my mom and she said what have you done to your hairs? I said what about my hairs? She said it looks you have more hair on your head right now! I am not bald or even partially bald, I had less hair on my front sides.

It has been 10 days since I added 1 mg of finasteride to my plan and I feel it’s the best combination I have ever had.

Thank you so much. Just put this in your website and contact my email if you need more detail.

(Thanks! I did add it.)

Luca P on Provillus for Men

This fellow has been reordering Provillus for men from me for about 2 years now. Every time he orders by phone and talks my ear off. I asked him if he could send me and email explaining why he loves using Provillus for his hair loss. Here is what he said,

Richard your Provillus is the best hair loss treatment I have ever used I will continue to use as long as your selling it. As I told you before I am Italian and I need my hair. When I started using your Provillus my hair was noticeably thinning and then I found you. I’m not sure of you remember me asking you over two years ago but you recommend Provillus and I took your advice. I have my hair back thick and black…well a little grey in there too. You make this happen for me and I am your long time customer, thank you very much.

I hope these customer reviews help you make a decision.

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Trying To Reverse Grey Hair

Without a doubt facial wrinkles and hair loss are sure signs were getting older but for some grey hair is more obviously than anything else.  Trying to reverse grey hair or at least hiding it has been in the works since the times of ancient Egypt man who had struggled to disguise the problem.

Methods Of Trying To Reverse Grey Hair

One of the earliest methods used was “Henna” which is a flowering plant used since antiquity to dye hair, skin, fingernails and even leather and wool which gives a reddish appearance.

Coal tar was another popular substances that was relied upon to color grey hair also.

Facts is hair color is the pigmentation of hair follicles due to two types of melanin, these are eumelanin and pheomelanin.  Typically the way it works is the more melanin present, the darker your hair will be and on the flip side the less melanin there is will causes hair to become lighter.  Melanin, a type of protein can be denatured by various chemicals, including bleach.  This is how dark hair is transformed into blonde hair.

Melanin And How To Reverse Grey Hair

As we’ve noted, two types of pigment give hair its color: eumelanin and pheomelanin.   Pheomelanin colors hair red. Eumelanin, which has two subtypes of black or brown,  determines the darkness of the hair color. A low concentration of brown eumelanin results in blond hair, whereas a higher concentration of brown eumelanin will color the hair brown.

High amounts of black eumelanin result in black hair, while low concentrations yield gray hair. All humans have some pheomelanin in their hair.

Understanding How To Reverse Grey Hair

Understanding How To Reverse Grey Hair

Pheomelanin is more chemically stable than black eumelanin, but less chemically stable than brown eumelanin, so it breaks down more slowly when oxidized.   This is why bleach causes darker hair to go through a reddish phase during the artificial coloring process. As the pheomelanin continues to break down, hair gradually becomes orange, then yellow, and finally white.

Levels of melanin can vary over time causing a person’s hair color to change, and it is possible to have hair follicles of more than one color. Gray or white hair still today called “salt and pepper” when it is ‘peppered’ throughout dark hair, is not caused by a true gray or white pigment, but is due to a lack of pigmentation or melanin.

Greyban

Greyban

Restore Your Hair Color! With its reinvigorating action, Greyban gives the hair back its youthful look with a laboratory tested capillary treatment. You’ll love Grayban as it conceals your grey hair.


At the present time there is no medical (i.e. permanent) means to restore melanin pigment lost due to aging to reverse grey hair.  As with efforts to reverse pattern hair loss, the basis for restoring hair pigment comes down to molecular medicine.  Using a gene modulation approach, the goal would be to ‘turn on’ melanocyte producing genes so that the pigment producing cells could once again populate the hair with it’s natural color.

The development of a stem cell-based technique would yield actual melanocytes capable of being replaced in the hair follicle so that they could resume their production of eumelanin and pheomelanin.  In either theoretical technique the potential to modulate melanocyte expression is likely.  In plain English, this means that a person could choose whatever shade of hair he or she wishes perhaps even sades of purple or green not found in nature.

If you want to reverse grey hair then see what Greyban can do for you.

Author: New Hair Genesis

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Listen to This About Curing Baldness

Curing baldness is in the news and I thought I would share this interesting piece of information with those who like me were thinking there was no hope for curing baldness.

Last week, ABC News reported that  “Japanese scientists have successfully regenerated hair on a bald mouse, bringing hope to more than 50 million Americans suffering from hair loss.” by curing baldness.  The story went on to say “In a breakthrough study, researchers at the Tokyo University of Science extracted stem cells from hair follicles in normal mice, and implanted them into the skin of the bald animal. Most grew hair back within two to five weeks, and underwent normal growth cycles, meaning the strands grew back even after they were pulled out. They established connections to muscles and nerves underneath the skin, just like natural hair.”

Drawing a correlation between the Japanese mouse study and human hair loss, the ABC News article concluded with the cautious words “None of the studies have led to cures for hair loss in humans.”  At least no yet. Still, despite the careful disclaimer, most interested readers will likely infer that the Japanese study has broken new ground in the effort to curing baldness.

The facts though speak to a somewhat different conclusion.  To begin, it must be noted that several years ago workers at Columbia University and elsewhere managed to grow hair on the hairless mouse model.  So despite the recent Japanese announcement, there is not really anything new here.   In fact, it was Dr. Angela Christiano working with colleagues at Columbia University in the 1990’s who first drew the genetic link between this mouse and a rare inherited form of human hair loss, known as ‘congenital atrichia’.  Both the ‘hairless mouse’ and its human counterpart suffer from a zinc finger transcription gene defect which, among other consequences, triggers apoptosis (complete destruction) of the proliferative hair growing elements in affected organisms.  Moreover, the hairless mouse model is a very poor analog for the most common form of hair loss affecting humans.

Curing Baldness

Curing Baldness

Though both congenital atrichia and AGA affect humans, it is equally important to understand that congenital atrichia shares absolutely no genetic homology with common pattern hair loss.  There are perhaps twenty or thirty known cases of congenital atrichia worldwide.  Common pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia (AGA) affects more than tens of millions people worldwide.

Unfortunately, the hairless mouse offers no biochemical or genetic assistance in curing pattern hair loss.  Actually, there is no animal model for AGA.  This fact alone has significantly slowed the progress toward developing a true cure.  Moreover, unlike congenital atrichia, AGA is not a monogenic (single gene) disorder, but a complex trait disease.  This means that there are numerous factors, both genetic and eipgenetic which influence the onset and progression of AGA.  For instance it is thought that as many as twenty genes may govern hair growth, hair cycling and hair loss.  While some genes probably play a much greater role than others, the details are still being worked out. In our lab, we have uncovered several noteworthy genetic clues which point toward the role micro-inflammation plays in AGA.

Inflammatory Process

Inflammatory Process

Undoubtedly, with time, additional important contributing factors will be elucidated, each representing a touchstone that will need to be addressed as we move away from treatment and toward a genuine cure.  This effort will constitute a mosaic of contribution from investigators working in dedicated facilities worldwide.  However, despite recent press attention given to the laudable Japanese effort, the possibility that tomorrow news headlines will announce “Hair Loss Cure Discovered” remains vanishingly remote.

Once the hair follicle dies there is no bring back dead cells. The trick is the get them before they die by stopping hair follicle miniaturization. This can be done with natural hair loss products. The trick to curing baldness is to prevent it.

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News About Hair Loss and Hair Genesis V

Hair Genesis V in the News Again

Hair Genesis V in the News Again

Big news in the hair loss industry about Hair Loss and Hair Genesis V. New studies show big results.

I was reading a new finding in the Journal “Hair, Therapy & Transplantation” where scientists at The University of Albany, Center For Functional Genomics, were working collaboratively with Advanced Restoration Technologies (ART), DBA Hair Genesis V.

Take a read below to learn how new test results show great promise for hair loss.

Their latest findings from basic science experiments undertaken to test a novel, naturally derived hair loss treatment formula developed by ART. (http://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/htthome.php)

Chronic inflammation of the hair follicle is considered a contributing factor in the onset and progression of androgenetic alopecia (AGA) also known as pattern hair loss. Thus, investigators Sridar Chittur, Brian Parr & Geno Marcovici sought to test the study material’s ability to block certain markers of localized inflammation in scalp hair through the use of a well-validated molecular technique which mimics human hair follicle gene expression. Interestingly, the research team found that the test material reduced gene expression of three inflammatory cytokines thought to be linked to pattern hair loss.

Common hair loss affects over forty million American men and twenty million American women. The hair growth treatment industry constitutes a multi-billion dollar revenue stream annually.

In addition to anti-inflammatory properties, the test composition was formulated with a subset of botanically-derived, highly potent DHT inhibitors. DHT is the most well-described trigger of common pattern hair loss in women as well as men. By combining potent anti-inflammatory agents with powerful DHT inhibitors the test formula was designed to offer enhanced clinical efficacy over conventional monotherapy, such as Rogaine® (minoxidil 5%) or Propecia® (1 mg. finasteride).

Lead scientist for the work Sridar Chittur, Ph.D. has been at the forefront of molecular research authoring published works ranging from degenerative mitral valve disease (DMVD), to transcriptional changes associated with oxidative stress in the mitochondria. Co-author Brian Parr, Ph.D. brings a wealth of basic science expertise to the project with a number of peer-reviewed papers describing novel gene transcription and protein expression profiles in the Wnt and Frizzled pathways.

Study co-author Geno Marcovici, Ph.D. has been active in the hair loss field for almost two decades. His research efforts include the first published clinical trial successfully testing naturally derived 5 alpha reductase inhibitors in the setting of pattern hair loss. Explaining the importance of validating ART’s proprietary formulations Marcovici notes that “[a]side from Hair Genesis V, the naturally-derived hair treatments commercially available offer little or no objective evidence that they work. On the other hand, the drug-based treatments that do work come with potentially serious negative side effects. This tends to render Hair Genesis V a unique proposition in the category.”

Marcovici, also noted “one interesting observation described in this paper establishes the utility of our compositions in the clinical environment, including the potential deployment of Hair Genesis® as an adjunctive tool in autologous hair transplant surgery”.

Understanding HTT

Hair: Therapy & Transplantation (HTT), a broad based medical journal was founded on two tenets: To publish the most exciting research with respect to the subject of hair. And also to provide a rapid turn-around time for the review and publication of scientific discoveries that are highly relevant in this rapidly emerging field.

About The Center For Functional Genomics, SUNY

The Microarray Core Facility is a component of the University Of Albany Center for Functional Genomics and was established to provide the infrastructure to enable the development of major projects that utilize DNA microarrays for large-scale analysis of gene expression. The DNA Microarray Center currently employs two technologies for gene expression analysis: Affymetrix GeneChip arrays and custom-produced spotted cDNA microarrays. Projects developed through the DNA Microarray Center have made use of Affymetrix arrays from both eukaryotic as well as prokaryotic genomes. The Facility is also currently developing specialized custom printed arrays to examine gene expression in mouse tissues as part of a NIH funded Mutant Mouse Regional Resource Center.

About Advanced Restoration Technologies Inc., DBA Hair Genesis V

Combining scientific validation with the safety of natural ingredients, ART’s product line Hair Genesis V represents a unique therapeutic platform in the hair loss treatment category. Prior to focusing on basic science research, ART established a 10-year track record as a surgical center for IRB-monitored clinical investigation, testing new drugs as well as medical devices. ART-based published studies include those undertaken on behalf of Organogenesis, Canton, MA and Procyte Corporation, Kirkland, WA. It was from this research platform that Hair Genesis V was originally conceived and created. To view hair genesis products please visit Hair Genesis V.

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Hairloss Within Females

Regarding apolecia or thinning hair in women it can be seen in every age group and can be caused by many different factors.

There are several viable treatment options for the most common hair loss disorders affecting patients of either gender. In this article I will narrow the focus to hair loss experienced by women.

As a man, I know how debilitating hair loss can be. However, I cannot begin to imagine what it must be like to be a woman losing her hair. The emotional torment and sense of helplessness must be profoundly wrenching. Society is also less tolerant of female hair loss. A woman’s hair is described as her glory. It is a mark of pride, and also a source of attraction. Many, if not most, women invest a share of their identity in their hair. Thus, when hair loss strikes it can be devastating indeed.

The treatment of female pattern hair loss has historically be relegated to wigs as covering devices and/or lotions and potions which almost invariably failed to accomplish anything useful. In the past several decades the options have improved.

Today, there are basically three approaches to treating female hair loss. The first is covering/camouflage type devices. These include rather sophisticated hair pieces and scalp dyes to reduce the contrast between hair and scalp. The second option is surgical. Here, as with men, sections of hair bearing tissue are repositioned into areas of the scalp where hair has been lost. Unlike men, transplant surgery for women is often less than viable. This is because the area of hair loss in a woman may extend into the back of the scalp where thick hair is otherwise available for men suffering from pattern hair loss.

The third option involves medicinal treatment. The pharmaceutical based options indicated for use by women include spironalactone, hormone therapy and minoxidil.

Spironolactone, brand name Aldactone, is in a class of drugs called potassium-sparing diuretics (often called water pills). Spironolactone is typically used to reduce fluid in your body without causing the loss of potassium. It is also used to treat potassium deficiency, high blood pressure (hypertension), swelling (edema), and a hormonal disorder called hyperaldosteronism.

Spironolactone acts as an anti-androgen in two ways. First, it slows down the production of androgens in the adrenal glands and ovaries. Second, it blocks the action of androgens in part by preventing dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from binding to its androgenetic receptor.

Estrogen and progesterone pills and creams may be an effective treatment for women with androgenetic alopecia who are going through menopause or whose estrogen and/or progesterone are lacking for other reasons.

Some women have shown a positive response to the use of topical minoxidil. Results from a recent clinical study of women ages 18 to 45 years with mild to moderate degrees of hair loss report that after using minoxidil for eight months, only 19% of users had modest regrowth and 40% had minimal regrowth. However, negative side effects are also rather common. These include burning or irritation of the eyes, itching, redness or irritation in the treated scalp, as well as unwanted hair growth elsewhere on the body. Users should stop treatment and seek medical attention right away if they experience the severe side effects: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); chest pain; dizziness; fainting; fast heartbeat; sudden, unexplained weight gain; swollen hands or feet. Product labeling recommendations suggest that women only use the 2% concentration of minoxidil, not 5%, because the FDA has not approved use of the higher concentration in women.

An exciting area of research suggests that non-drug based compositions may offer greater efficacy in women than drug-based therapy – with the added benefit of being free from negative side effect. One is cautioned to limit the use of such compositions to those which have undergone empirically-tested and peer-review validated scientific research.

In our next installment we will address naturally-based substances that offer promise against pattern hair loss

As well you may want to take a look at another article called hair loss treatment for women.

Guest Author: Dr. Geno Marcovici – Hair Genesis V

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DO I NEED BOTH ORAL & TOPICAL HAIR LOSS TREATMENT?

Oral and Topical Treatment For Hair Loss

Oral and Topical Treatment For Hair Loss

Do you need to use both an oral & topical hair loss treatment.

So there you are at a dinner party, or out on a date, or simply washing your hands in the restroom when you glance at a mirror.  Funny, didn’t I have a bit more hair last time I looked?

That gnawing sensation in the pit of your stomach is telling you something.  Something you don’t want to hear or think about.  Can it be true?  Are you losing your hair?  Anxiety gives way to panic which yields to depression.  And in the fullness of time, when you’re ready to deal with the problem, you begin to think about choices.

Definitely no wigs.  You’re not a wig wearing kind of person.

Transplant surgery?  Makes you shudder to think of someone popping plugs into your scalp.  No.  Definitely not ready for that either.  So that leaves….what?

Okay, how about drugs.  Rogaine, that’s supposed to work fairly well.  But what about side effects?  Propecia, that one also has some pretty nasty side effects too.

There are naturally-based choices.  But which of these to try?  And should you go with an oral supplement or a topical treatment applied directly to the scalp?  Too many choices.  Too much mumbo jumbo pseudo-science gibberish.  If only there was a quick and easy way to distill it all down so that the right decision could be made on the front end, and not after months and years and thousands of dollars are wasted on stuff that was more hype than reality.

Where to begin?  Who can you trust?  What should you do?  All good questions.  And there are good answers too.

Now days the internet can be your best friend.  You should start by reading what science has learned about pattern hair loss in the past twenty years.  You’ll soon realize that three factors conspire to create the problem, age, genetics, and circulating hormones.  Can’t do much about the first two.  But we’re starting to get a handle on the circulating hormones part.  Second, who can you trust.  Start with your primary care provider.

He or she is in the best position to offer you sound sensible advice.  Third, what should you do.  Here, your actions should be taken only after developing a clear understanding of the pros and cons of each treatment choice available.

Hair Loss Treatments

Hair Loss Treatments

Perhaps Hair Genesis V is a good option for you.  Perhaps not.  You’ll want to compare our treatment methodology to everything else you see on the internet and learn about elsewhere.  With the remainder of this post, I’d like to focus on one aspect of Hair Genesis V that makes us a little different from some of the other choices.

Almost since the inception of the product line, Hair Genesis V has been based on a combination of oral and focal treatment.  This means that we go at the problem systemically through oral ingestion which eventually ends up in the bloodstream as well as locally by delivering active therapy to the scalp.  Why do we do it this way?

As it happens, the skin is one of the few organ systems that is amenable to local and systemic treatment.  This is why when you have a skin infection or rash your physician may often prescribe oral antibiotics and local steroid creams.  Because you can treat the problem from both angles.  When we realize that hair is merely an ectodermal appendage of the skin we can grasp why the same paradigm applies to hair pathology, e.g. common pattern hair loss.

It was with this recognition that very early in the development of Hair Genesis  V.

As it happens, the skin is one of the few organ systems that is amenable to local and systemic treatment.  This is why when you have a skin infection or rash your physician may often prescribe oral antibiotics and local steroid creams.  Because you can treat the problem from both angles.  When we realize that hair is merely an ectodermal appendage of the skin we can grasp why the same paradigm applies to hair pathology, e.g. common pattern hair loss.

It was with this recognition that very early in the development of Hair Genesis V we began to formulate compositions that could be efficiently delivered locally to the scalp and also systemically through the oral route.  There is an inherent synergy in utilizing this strategy that is borne out by published research and almost twenty years of clinical experience.

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Buy Hair Genesis V HERE

This paradigm constitues one key facet of differentiating Hair Genesis V from other choices.  In follow up articles we will touch on several others. we began to formulate compositions that could be efficiently delivered locally to the scalp and also systemically through the oral route.  There is an inherent synergy in utilizing this strategy that is borne out by published research and almost twenty years of clinical experience.

This paradigm constitues one key facet of differentiating Hair Genesis® from other choices.  In follow up articles we will touch on several others.

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Vitamins and Minerals For Hair

Vitamins for hair

Vitamins for hair

Within the particular struggle to drop excess fat, usually we all neglect the every single day usage associated with nutritional supplements, as were cutting down on our calorie consumption.

The hair follicles need specif vitamins to fight hair loss and at the same time can help your body restore regular health as well. This may end up being a certain diet, that includes hair loss pills.

To stay young looking there are mainly 14 vitamins of which 6 are associated with helping you lose weight or body excess fat at the same time as growing hair. These particular vitamins are A, B, D, E, as well as Biotin, horestail (for women) and (Saw Palmetto for Men). Others include, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, B12, folic acid, as well as pyridoxine.

Vitamin D and A are found in milk which are also critical for your bones. Vitamin A, can also be found in celery. Vitamin C, found in fruits assists your body with healing and Vitamin b complex, found in leafy green vegetables aids the body with the creation of proteins and vitality.

It’s not always easy to find Vitamin D in regular diets but all you need is a little sunshine, this will help. Also, Detoxing vitamins such as vitamin D and beta carotene help the body stay younger. If you do not have thinning hair or hair loss then a multi-vitamin will work great for you.

Although a multi-vitamin doesn’t contain specif hair loss vitamins they can help to keep the body healthy and younger looking.

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Your Guide to How to Make Botanical Shampoo

There is a stunning array both of botanical shampoos and their claims, to aid you in sorting out the claims here is a bit of information about botanical shampoos for you.

For starters, Most nice Botanical shampoo uses a base of castile soap. Castile soap is made from olive oil Most castile soaps out there use a blend of palm oil, olive oil, almond oil or coconut oil.

Almond oil and jojoba are added because not only do they nourish and moisten the scalp, they also provide a wonderful consistency to the shampoo. Jojoba wax (its actually a wax although its often called an oil) can be used to treat both damaged and dry hair, and almond is great for drying out oily hair.

Most commercial Botanical shampoos tend to include rosemary. not only because of its relatively low price but also because rosemary extractives encourages hair to grow longer and stronger by stimulating hair foliciles, It is widely believed that rosemary slows down premature hair loss and graying of the hair as well as being beneficial for Dandruff and dry scalps. Other common oils used to promote growth and add fragrance to shampoo are basil and peppermint.

One of the more useful infusions in botanical shampoo is ginger, Ginger helps to promote healthier hair that grows faster and is more resilient because it stimulates circulation to the scalp.

Lavender calms, reduces inflammation, cleanses, soothes and has slight drying properties. Lavender is also used to encourage growth.

There are a few different infusions that can help enhance your hairs natural color, for instance

brunettes benefit from rosemary, henna, and black tea infusions, while marigold, chamomile, or green tea can bring radiance back to blonde hair, Redheads enjoy a more brilliant full red color by utilizing infusions of Marshmallow leaves, Ginger, orange pekoe tea or hibiscus.

choosing the correct botanical shampoo for you can be difficult, definitely take the your hair type into consideration, then find or make the right botanical shampoo to fit your needs.

For example if you have thinning hair, the best shampoo for your thinning hair most likely would be a blend of rosemary, ginger and something to match your hair color. or for example if you have dry hair, you might use a blend of jojoba and rosemary with an herb to match your hair color as well.

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Hair Loss Product Comparison – Get The Facts

Hair Loss Product Comparison

Hair Loss Product Comparison

When looking at hair loss product comparisons you will see many bias ratings from those selling hair loss products. Just type in the words ‘hair loss product comparison‘ into any search engine and you’ll end up with pages and pages of search results that seem to offer the comparisons you’re looking for. Until that is, you actually click through to find that most bring you to a page or two containing lots of words and charts, but very little objective fact.

When a person is searching for information about a subject as important as choosing the right hair loss treatment, it only seems logical that they’re hoping to find objective data comparing apples to apples.  Unfortunately, the hair loss treatment category is presently littered with the detritus of marketing materials designed less to provide an informative service than to separate the consumer from their cash.

One of the most common tactics is to post a comparison chart that purports to contrast a number of hair treatment products, but skews the facts so that the deck ends up being stacked heavily in favor of the product they’re actually trying to sell.  Even more deceptively, a number of product brands have taken to publishing websites that look like objective third party comparison pages.  Only close scrutiny brings to light the fact that the seemingly objective comparison page was actually created and funded by the product line that invariably wins the comparison.  Aside from the fact that such ploys insult the intelligence of the consumer, they also do a grave disservice to the very people they purport to help.

A person seeking hair loss treatment comparison information wants to know — objectively — what actually makes one product formulation superior to another.  Since most hair treatment product lines seem reluctant to provide this kind of information, one may reasonably conclude that very few hair loss product brands possess objective third party evidence that they offer genuine efficacy and safety.

Lab Testing Hair Loss Products

Lab Testing Hair Loss Products

There are only a very few companies that have spent the required time needed to develop and test hair loss products. Hair Genesis V is the only company to have spent almost twenty years subjecting their formulations to a grueling but scientifically valid process of critical research and development.  They have also presented their formulas for analysis and testing by third-party entities and then put the data before the peer-reviewed medical community. So for real  hair loss product comparisons you need to be looking at trusted sources.

Hair Genesis V is unique in the non-drug hair loss treatment category by supporting product claims with proven scientific data and will show up at the top of any at hair loss product comparisons.

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