They also found that increasing the amount of cells transplanted into the scalp did not seem to cause any further hair growth than smaller doses did.
According to the team this could have been caused by a variety of factors, including ‘cell debris’ from the samples that could have prevented all of the extra dermal sheath cup cells from being activated.
There could also have been an immune system response that prevented more of the cells from having an effect past a certain threshold.
Other proven ways to correct hair loss
According to the NHS, the main treatments for hair loss are finasteride and minoxidil.
Published at Wed, 13 May 2020 19:04:00 +0000