Scientific name: Growth Factors
Follicle growth stimulators.
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Growth Factors are naturally present in the human placenta and are responsible for promoting follicle growth, the formation of venous and arterial capillaries, the growth of the dermal papilla, and the differentiation of the follicular matrix cells that will later make up the hair shaft. With birth and advancing age, these factors are lacking, thus leading to aging of the matrix cells and hair bulb.
Growth Factors (including:SH-polypeptide-1, SH-polypeptide-11, SH-oligopeptide-2, SH-Oligopeptide-10, SH-polypeptide-9) derived from Bacterial Biofermentation stimulate the natural expression of genes involved in the promotion of:
- follicular growth
- formation of venous and arterial capillaries
- dermal papilla growth
- differentiation of matrix cells (which then
will compose the hair shaft)