The hydrolysates of lactic acid bacteria were produced by hydrolyzing Lactobacillus plantarum with proteases, treated with MG-63 osteoblasts, and screened to obtain samples with an excellent VEGF production effect. These samples were applied to human dermal papilla cells (hDPC) to examine the correlation between cell growth and VEGF secretion. Furthermore, the hair growth rate was measured in hair growth experiments using C57BL/6 male mice.
The hydrolysates of the lactic acid bacteria produced in this study produced hair growth superior to the growth obtained with 5% minoxidil in hair growth experiments using C57BL/6 male mice.
I was amazed to see the results of topically applied lactobacillus, especially as it’s so cheap compared to Minoxidil for example. I’ll be doing a full write up on this interesting looking hair loss treatment soon.
P.S. I have of course already gone to Amazon and ordered a tub of lactobacillus!
I’ll also publish here soon the precise type you need to use as there are many different types.