New hair loss products: If you’re interested in advanced new hair loss products, such as stem cell hair treatments or hair cloning, then you’ve come to the right place!
My name is Julian Phillips. Some friends and I started StemCellBaldnessCures.com back in 2008 when the first news reports appeared about new stem cell treatment for hair loss and other advanced hair loss products.
At the time, it seemed as though the scientists were on the brink of a treatment for baldness. Since then, we’ve learned that, while the initial research that gave rise to those reports was real and truly revolutionary, the way to a practical, commercial treatment is littered with obstacles.
One of the companies that started the research stem cell treatments for hair loss, Intercytex, went out of business two years later… and another, Histogen, has been involved in court disputes over its technologies that have dragged on for years.
Yet the research is continuing… and is FINALLY beginning to bear fruit. The question everyone is asking is: Will 2012 FINALLY see hair loss products that really work? We received a partial answer early in 2012 when Japanese scientists revealed that they had successfully used stem cells to regenerate hair follicles in bald mice. If you haven’t seen the video of this technology, I urge you to click on the link right now.
Hair Loss Products for the 21st Century
The other question people ask is: Short of a full-blown hair transplant, what practical hair loss products can I realistically use, right now, to slow down or reverse hair loss?
One of the companies that has been involved in stem cell research for hair loss products is Aderans Research, and it is currently deep in its Phase II clinical trials for its new hair cloning technology that, if it works, could result in virtually limitless amounts of donor hair follicles being available for patients. Another company, Replicel Life Sciences of Vancouver, British Columbia, is also in clinical trials of similar hair loss products: the attempt to extract hair follicle cells from someone’s head, multiply them in a lab, and then re-inject the cells over bald areas of the same person’s scalp, like reseeding a lawn.
This website is dedicated to tracking these developments — and other new hair loss products, technologies and treatments for slowing and reversing hair loss in both men and women. Feel free to browse the links on this site for more information about stem cell and other advanced hair loss products, or sign up for our 12-part email course below, where you’ll receive one update per day in your email box.
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“Julian, Thank you for the informative and encouraging study on the use of the different hair treatments for women thinning hair. I began using one treatment about 4 years ago and decided after 3 months to begin using a stronger formulation. I was encouraged to continue because it was obvious there was less shedding and increased hair growth. There was the accompanying itchiness and occasional burning with the use of certain hair products…ie: shampoos, etc. I have heard that this treatment stops working after about 3 years and your growth/loss cycles cease to be effective. Do you know if that is true? I had a compounding pharmacy formulate a special product for me w/o propylene glycol and have began using that. There is still the accompanying itchiness. They can formulate it for me with some topical steroid (cortisone) to help with the itchiness and irritation but I’m not a big fan of steroids. It is in a glycerine base. Anyway, thanks again. I always look forward to your emails and am grateful for your information.” - A.C., London “Julian, I just wanted to send you thanks for the constant updates. For people who are selfconscious about their appearance, these constant updates are great and I would say give hope that they will eventually cure MPB. I did have a question, though. I got an update from you a few months ago, Aderans and Recoverup. These where two treatment options i was very interested in. I send recoverup an email and they said that do to the events that took place in japan they shut down temporarily. Do you know of any options like this that are available to the general consumer and if so what would be the best way to approach it? As always, thank you much. – Erik” “Hey Julian, Just a quick note to let you know that I appreciated this article. It is comforting to know that I’m not the only one who is “throwing everything in the tackle box”. Cheers, Randy” “HI Julian, Thanks for your emails. I want to know if some of these treatments will be of any benefit for female androngenic/male hair loss. I am 52 years old and started to lose my hair in my early teens. My hair is thin, very fine and oily. I am also very concerned for my 19 year old daughter her hair is getting thinner and has got fine in texture. I am rather resistant to taking drugs especially taking into consideration how young my daughter is. Thank you for all your help. – Margaret, Omaha” “I appreciate this site and Julian so much for the brutal honesty. I know that when I hear about something new that I hope is going to help, I can run it by him and he tells me like it is. He has saved me money and trauma, but at the same time keeps me with hope for a future cure because he is able to keep up on all the newest information. I know when it happens, I’ll find out about it because of him.” – Loretta, Portland
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