Davis said she believed the big poser was the consistency of the product, that is like a lotion and should be harder to wash out than other products. It’s possible that different formulas could mean some women are simply receiving different products, given that a WEN customer service representative wrote on WEN’s support site in 2013 that the product sold via its informercial was slightly different than what was sold on QVC and at Chaz Dean’s website. As indicated by the statement, human dermal papilla cells are unsuitable for conventional hair transplants being that they can’t be obtained in necessary numbers and they quickly lose their hair growing potency.
The section in the article on outstanding questions that still need to be addressed is quite lengthy, and I am therefore not very optimistic about this particular avenue of research leading to any hair loss cure within the next few years.
Worth following Dr. Garza’s updates and summary of his students’/interns’ recent projects at the bottom of the page I linked to his name at the start of this post. Whenever adding that the Sanford Burnham researchers face many challenges including replicating their results in ‘largescale’ human trials, rogers said there been many fits and starts over the years as researchers have worked on other promising ‘hair restoration’ techniques. They’ve taken what appears to be a big step ward the development of a cure for hair loss, a condition that affects 50 million men and 30 million women in the alone. Hats off to researchers in California. Unlike conventional hair transplantation and identical hair restoration treatments now in use, the technique could at least in theory grow most of hair on the heads of men and women who are completely bald.
It’s a well-known fact that the technique exploits the ability of human pluripotent stem cells to turn into almost any other cells in the body. Terskikh and his collaborators turned these cells into the dermal papilla cells that regulate the formation and growth of hair follicles, and showed that these grew hair when injected into mice. Accordingly the article provides complete information on 4 studies with 225 subjects, that conclusively proved the efficacy and safety of the HairMax LaserComb in treating male and female pattern hair loss. Besides, at the moment, for the most part there’re very few well designed unaffiliated studies concerning LLLT out there. I am Leonard Stillman, Director of Professional Services at Lexington International, LLC, manufacturers of the HairMax LaserComb. Leonard from HairMax LaserComb posted the below comment under my older LLLT post and I thought it deserved its own post. Is to notify your readers of a landmark clinical paper that was published in January 2014, in a peer review medical journal, now this post is NOT for commercial purposes. There is more information about it here. Hopefully we will get a lot more evidence for or against LLLT in the future, Actually I still find it difficult to reckon that lasers can do anything substantial for your hair.
By the way, the article is entitled. Efficacy and Safety of a Low level Laser Device in the Treatment of Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss. We have got 2 quotes which contain the conclusions of the authors, taken directly from the article. LLLT may provide a promising treatment option for patients who do not respond to either finasteride or minoxidil, and who do not need to undergo hair transplantation. That is interesting. The material here on this website is fairly scientific, and an image on the last page of the article is probably way more confusing than useful for most laypeople. Certainly. Known in any event, worth a read.