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Stem Cells Aid in Hair Growth – Read on!

Bald_headGood news to all those of you who have been suffering hair loss! A new product whose ingredients are different types of stem cells has shown positive results in men and women on whom the clinical trials were conducted before releasing the product into the market.

Hair Stemulating Complex (HSC) is the stem cell based product aiding in the regrowth of hair. A private stem cell therapeutics company named BioRegenerative Sciences, Inc (BRS) developed the product, whose headquarters is located in San Diego, California, USA.

The product when applied on a daily basis for about 4-6 weeks proved to be effective in regrowing the hair, in men and women, as a part of the clinical trial.

HSC was formulated using ‘S2RM Technology’, a trademark core technology of BRS.

By mimicking the natural growth and healing processes that occur in the human body the stem cells in the product help in the hair regrowth, according to the CEO of the company, Dr. Greg Maguire.

He further explains that the hair stem cell niche on the scalp, which gives rise to the hair and provides the required pigmentation, gets nourishment through the product via the company’s core technology.

According to Dr. Rita Friedman, one of the members of the company’s scientific advisory board, the results obtained so far have shown increased hair growth and increased thickness of the existing hair after the product was used.

The product is a non-invasive option unlike the conventional strategies available now one of which is hair transplantation.

The current product launched by the company ‘Hair Stemulating Complex for Women’ is for women.

Another product exclusively designed for men, ‘Hair Stemulating Complex for Men’, will be hitting the market in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

This product could solve the hair loss problem of more than 87 million individuals in the USA.

1 response to Stem Cells Aid in Hair Growth – Read on!

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