PRP tubes - with melatonin for hair treatment - PU 4 pcs.
PRP tubes - with melatonin for hair treatment PU 4 pcs.
PRP tubes with melatonin - for effective hair treatment.
PRP tubes - high quality glass borosilicate tubes (red) with melatonin additive.
Melatonin binds to specific melatonin receptors and is synthesized in the hair follicle - among other things, it controls and regulates hair growth.
In addition, it has a very protective function: radical scavenger, has antioxidant effect (UV light, cell toxins)
The change from the telogen (resting) to the anagen (growth) phase can be promoted.
The choice of material can be decisive for the quality of the blood sample.
Blood sampling with PRP tubes is performed using the negative pressure method - for safer and easier blood sampling.
The PRP tubes are manufactured in France.
With melatonin additive 0,0232 mg
10 ml PRP tubes for approx. 4-5 ml plasma production
Only the addition of heparin or citrate is required prior to blood collection.
Instructions are included with the PRP tubes.
Heparin is available over the counter in pharmacies.
Therapy plan for the application is attached
Melatonin proved to stimulate the hair follicles.
A recent published notification in Trichology International Journal has investigated the impact of \\ u200bmelatonin on hair loss. He concluded that the topical solutions of melatonin could provide efficient treatment for hair loss caused by androgenetic alopecia, the most common state that causes hair.
The researchers prepared the results of five separate studies of melatonin and hair loss. One of the studies - involves 30 men and women - showed a significant reduction in the degree of degree of androgenetic alopecia after use of melatonin for 30 and 90 days. Another study involving 60 men and women with hair loss discovered a significant reduction in hair loss among participating women, with less influence on men. In yet another study, researchers concluded that a leather-based melatonin solution with 40 women with hair loss significantly increased hair growth in a significant way in relation to participants who received a placebo.
Although it is not clear exactly what exactly melatonin can encourage hair growth, some experts suggest that it may need to do with the same circadian rhythms that control the sleep cycle. The hair growth cycle in humans is also under Circadian Control, which can take into account the connection.
The authors of the notification wrote that "since safety and tolerability of all studies were good, the actual use of a cosmetic melatonin solution can be considered an option for treatment in androgenetic alopecia".