Oxford Biolabs is committed to employing safe and efficient therapies for the management of hair loss, particularly when caused by Androgenetic Alopecia. The research is ongoing to continuously improve and update the current TRX2® formula as well as create supporting products to further improve the effectiveness of TRX2®...
Hair colour is not only a critical element of appearance, but also an indicator of personal health status and psychological harmony. Not surprisingly, the appearance of grey hair and the phenomenon of salt and pepper hair are usually associated with ageing, so it is our primary concern to ensure that something can be done...
Oxford Biolabs’ mission to develop therapies promoting well-being extends into the field of youthful ageing. We are exploring natural, low-risk strategies to trigger a slowdown of ageing, and reverse age-associated cell damage...
Oxford Biolabs and hair care professionals aspire to reach one aim together - to enhance our customers' quality of lives and give more confidence. We are thrilled to be acknowledged and respected by some of the best professionals in the industry
When we at Oxford Biolabs develop our products, we utilise our comprehensive knowledge of skin and hair physiology. This enables us to develop world-class products that foster the well-being of our customers. To prove the efficacy of our products we conduct our own research. We additionally demonstrate the superior quality of our products by testing them jointly with third-party laboratories, as we show here.
Scientists have demonstrated that as people experience hair loss the function of potassium channels within hair follicles diminishes. By restoring the functionality of potassium ion channels that have broken down over time, our proprietary TRX2® formula helps to maintain normal, healthy hair on a molecular level.*
Biotin is beneficial for beautiful hair, skin, and nails, but is it enough to help with hair growth? It is well-known that Biotin deficiency can lead to brittle nails, hair loss, and even seborrheic dermatitis. Although considered rare, Biotin deficiency may actually be much more common that once thought. Studies have demonstrated that almost 40% of women complaining of hair loss were Biotin deficient.
5α-Reductase inhibitors have helped lots of men suffering from hair loss and thinning, but in recent years they have come under harsh criticism and a large number of lawsuits have ensued. Recently there has been increasing evidence that 5α-Reductase inhibitors cause impotence and mental confusion.
About 60% of hair loss sufferers would rather have more hair than money or friends. This goes to show that identifying deficiencies is unavoidable when seeking a complex hair loss regimen. Only by getting the right balance of nutrients, knowing what vitamins are good for healthy locks, and implementing lifestyle changes, can one attain hair goals and improve self-confidence.
Derma rolling is a technique that involves rolling many tiny needles over the skin (called microneedling), making tiny pricks that may stimulate collagen production to smooth out the skin. Rejuvenating the skin is not an easy task and perhaps that is the reason why the there are not so many ways of doing it. One of the ways to do it is to cause mild injuries to the skin. What the body does in response is to immediately repair the injury by replacing the already injured skin with a new layer of skin. This is the main principle of derma rolling. The body is forced to renew the injured skin. However, manufacturers have revealed a new model that is being used to treat androgenic alopecia. How you ask? Read on.
Does it really work?
Derma rolling has become a popular process and many people have started embracing it. But the main question people ask is, “Does is it really work?” Some users have claimed that it does help with hair loss. However, this process needs a commitment to the treatment program. Hair growth relies on genes that develop the new hair cells. This happens within the hair follicles. These are the small openings covering the scalp and the rest of the body. There are different chemicals that need to be triggered so that they can produce hair cells. The human growth factor is one of the most important factors.
What scientists suggest is that the derma roller works by triggering production of the human growth factor. The needles that move on the skin cause minor wounds as in the case of skin treatment. The body works by producing new skin in the area of the injury by releasing growth hormones and many more chemicals that make the process faster. These chemicals are what supporters of derma rollers believe stimulate the growth of hair in the areas that have been affected by hair loss. This is what causes the regrowth of hair.
What people are saying about derma rolling
As much as it might take long to see what derma rolling does to the hair, there has been a mix of reactions from patients about the treatment. Rodgers is one of the users who found the derma roller treatment helpful and efficient. He said that this treatment made his head feel better after the hair grew. Another user said it was causing some shedding but that the existing hair was looking healthier than ever. Several users have complained about some discomfort while using the derma roller – from it being uncomfortable to even painful to use. Moreover, many people use a derma roller together with minoxidil, since microneedling helps the topical product penetrate deeper into the skin. The size of the microneedle can also determine how effective the treatment can be.
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