Have you ever noticed that a tree never stops growing during centuries?
Plants have growth factors with excellent regenerative properties. Applied to our hair, these growth factors can make it sprout again
CONCEPT: MAKING THE HAIR SPROUT
Hair loss is a problem that affects men and women and has diverse origins, but despite the different etiologies, there is a common link between them: dermal papilla cells become latent and all the hair growth processes stop.
Plant tissues and human hair work in a very similar way: they are both rooted, have seasonal behavior, fall in autumn, absorb nutrients from a surrounding micro-environment and have a pool of very active stem cells. Most importantly, plant and animal growth factors have very similar functions and for the first time, it is possible to use plant growth factors for hair growth applications.
Curcuma longa, the Turmeric, is a tropical and subtropical plant characterized by the existence of very ramified, cylindrical and orange rhizomes, modified roots that act as storage and resistance organs. They grow endlessly and have excellent regenerative properties. Curcuma longa is one of the most studied plants in biomedicine, having a huge potential, with more than 230 different compounds described, more than 400 pre-clinic assays and more than 3.000 publications sowing its multiple properties (anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, wound healing, antimicrobial, DNA protecting, etc.).
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