topical hair loss treatment considered to be more effective than Minoxidil. Products of this sort tend to come with a long list of ingredients, many of which are not well known. So for the benifit of nicehair.org readers, here is an explanation of the ingredients in this popular topical.
NanoxidilNanoxidil is a new more advanced form of minoxidil, developed by DS Labs. The nanoxidil molecule is smaller than minoxidil and therefore is thought to penetrate the scalp more effectively than minoxidil. It is thought that one of the big problems with minoxidil is that it doesn’t effectively penetrate the scalp — maybe nanxidil is the solution to that problem.
Hydrolyzed lupin proteinHydrolyzed lupin protein has a regenerating effect on skin and is synthesized from white lupin (Lupinus albus). Its structure is very similar to albumin, a protein found in egg whites.
Panax GinsengPanax Ginseng root extract, obtained from the root of Asian ginseng, fights infection and inflammation (reducing inflammation is key to stopping hair loss). It has a variety of other uses such as improving memory/concentration, and is even considered an effective natural anti-depressant.
AdenosineAdenosine is present in every cell of the human body. This chemical is vital to cell division and nutrition, hence its regenerating effect when used as treatment for alopecia.
AminexilAminexil is very similar to Minoxidil – both of them are used to treat high blood pressure (vasodilators), but hair growth is one of the beneficial side effects that provoked manufacturers to release a new version of the drug as hair loss treatment.
ArginineArginine is one of the most common amino-acids and works as an antioxidant. It helps blood vessels relax, increasing the amount of nutrients that reach hair follicles through the bloodstream. In the long term, this contributes to the proper nourishment of hair roots.
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