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Someone over at regrowth.com recently posted this...

 

"Hexapeptide-11 is a biofermented peptide that has been shown in in vitro genomic studies, run on human dermal fi broblasts, to upregulate key genes responsible for collagen production and important extracellular matrix components such as hyaluronic acid. In a gene microarray study conducted on human dermal fi broblasts, it was found that topical treatment with Hexapeptide-11 was able to upregulate the Androgen Receptor gene (AR) indicating that the peptide appears capable of binding to the Androgen Receptor much the way testosterone will. This suggests that Hexapeptide-11 may be able to infl uence the principal biochemical pathways responsible for converting young velus hair into mature terminal hair"

 

http://www.archchemicals.com/Fed/PC/Docs/V...omplex_v1.4.pdf

 

A new haircare range has just launched in the UK with hexapeptide-11 (and ceramide, supposedly good for the scalp) - KOSPRO. I've been using the shampoo, conditioner and styling cream for the last couple of days and they are indeed very pleasant. I'm not sure whether they will have any long-term benefits for MPB, though :dunno: You can buy them from some salons, or online here or here.

 

Another range I'm really liking at the moment is Aveda Pure-formance. This stuff is packed with essential oils; the shampoo is SLS-free and produces a creamy lather, the conditioner is very soft. No benefits for hairloss but nice to use, nonetheless!

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