A substance called Cell-free fat extract can effectively treat common hair loss by increasing hair growth and density.
Exosomes from hair papilla cells and the Chinese medicine Liao Tuo Fang can potentially promote hair growth and could be used to develop hair growth drugs.
Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells (MSCs) help in wound healing and tissue regeneration, but can also contribute to tumor growth. They show promise in treating chronic wounds and certain burns, but their full healing mechanisms and potential challenges need further exploration.
Garlic can help hair grow by activating certain growth pathways, and it works whether you eat it or apply it to your scalp.
Stem cell therapies could be a promising alternative for hair loss treatment, but more research is needed to understand their full potential and safety.
There are many treatments for common hair loss, but more trials are needed to decide which are best.
Exosomes from certain stem cells can promote hair growth and counteract hair loss caused by hormones by regulating growth factors and other cellular signals.
Sons of mothers with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have a higher risk of obesity and insulin resistance, possibly due to certain genes and factors passed down from their mothers.
Exosomes from certain stem cells can fight hair loss by promoting hair growth and maintaining the growth phase of hair.
Exosomes, tiny cell-released particles, may help hair growth, but their exact role is unclear, they're not FDA-approved, and their unregulated use can cause side effects.
Adipose Stem Cell-derived Exosomes (ASCE) could potentially be used for hair loss treatment and scalp rejuvenation, as they have shown to increase hair length, thickness, and count, and improve conditions like androgenic alopecia and alopecia areata.
Exosomes protect ear hair cells from damage by controlling cell waste removal, potentially helping treat hearing loss.
New CRISPR/Cas9 variants and nanotechnology-based delivery methods are improving cancer treatment, but choosing the best variant and overcoming certain limitations remain challenges.
Cold Atmospheric Microwave Plasma (CAMP) helps hair cells grow and could potentially treat hair loss.
Exosomes from skin cells can boost hair growth by stimulating a gene called LEF1.
Autologous Platelet and Extracellular Vesicle-Rich Plasma (PVRP) has potential in enhancing tissue regeneration and improving hair conditions, but its effectiveness varies due to individual differences.
A new method using Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) in a microneedle can promote hair regrowth more efficiently and is painless, minimally invasive, and affordable.