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1. Hair Structure?

2. What is Stem Cells?

3. Relationship between Stem Cells and Hair?

4. Role of Stem Cells in Hair Growth Cycle?

5. What is the Stem Cell Booster(Pea Peptides) ?

6. TGF-Beta?

7. TGF-beta1?

8. TGF-beta1 can be declined?

9. Action of Pea Peptides ?

10. Relationship between “inflammation in the hair follicles” and “hair loss”?

11. Inflammation in the hair follicles is the target of Revagain?

12. Why does Revagain represent the next generation in hair loss solution?

13. I began Revagain a week ago and now I’m losing a lot of hair. How come?

14. Does Revagain work for women?

15. What happens if I stop Revagain?

16. Can I use other hair care products while using Revagain?

17. Can stress cause hair loss?

18. How much is considered normal hair fall?

19. Hairstyles don’t cause hair loss?

20. Can sun (UV) damage thin hair?

21. Washing your head in cold water cures baldness?



 

 

 1. Hair Structure?

 

 


A specialized structure inside the skin called the papilla produces hair. A sac like structure called the follicle surronds the papilla and the rest of the hair root that is under the skin.







   2. What is Stem Cells?  
 


This ingredient cleans the skin on your scalp as well as helps control odor, by ridding it of the microorganisms that can grow on your skin and lead to dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis and similar conditions. The ingredient helps prevent bacteria from returning and thereby keeps your scalp symptoms at bay. It can also improve the texture and look of your hair by helping it become fuller, shinier and softer, making it beneficial for healthy hair growth as well. In addition to its anti-dandruff, zinc pyrithione has been shown to increase hair growth thru recent studies.


 

 3. Relationship between Stem Cells and Hair?

 

 


• Stem cells in the hair follicles are the ultimate source of cells that regenerate the growth of new hairs.


• The bulge area is an abundant, easily accessible source of actively growing, pluripotent adult stem cells.


• The hair germ, located at the very bottom of the hair follicle, emerges from the bulge at the end of the destructive phase of the hair cycle.


Therefore, the stem cells of the hair follicle must be active especially in the time the hair follicle is regenerated.


The hair follicle is like a mini-dispensable organ. Throughout our lifetime, each hair follicle undergoes cyclical bouts of growth, destruction and rest through an intrinsic stem cell population. It provides an excellent opportunity to investigate the molecular process of tissue regeneration and stem cell self-renewal.





 

 4. Role of Stem Cells in Hair Growth Cycle?

 
 


The hair follicle cycles throughout the lifetime of mammals, going through a growth phase (anagen), regression phase (catagen), and a resting phase (telogen).

In each cycle, the hair follicle goes through a period of growth, senescence, and eventual rejuvenation.


• The stem cells of the hair follicle must be active especially in the time the hair follicle is regenerated.


• Stem cells must receive a signal to divide. In response to this signal, the hair follicle regenerates first by growing 

downward through the skin’s middle layer, dermis.


• During the resting phase(Telogen), both the bulge and the hair germ remain dormant.


• But the hair germ gets activated to proliferate before the bulge toward the end of the resting phase.


• The activating signal from dermal papilla. The hair germ, which is constant contact with the dermal papilla, gets 

activated first and the bulge is then called to contribute later during hair growth.


• After a period during which the hair growth longer, stem cells stop dividing, and the hair follicle gradually retracts again.


 

 5. What is the Stem Cell Booster(Pea Peptides) ?

 
 


Specific material for boosting hair and scalp health through activating the stem cells in the hair follicles.

Stem cell activator can promote hair growth by stimulatory effects on follicle stem cell growth, migration, and differentiation.


 

 6. TGF-Beta?

 
 


Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) is a protein that controls proliferation, cellular differentiation, and other functions in most cells. It is a type of cytokine which plays a role in immunity, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Marfan syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome, Parkinsons Disease and AIDS.

TGF-β is a secreted protein that exists in at least three isoforms called TGF-β1, TGF-β2 and TGF-β3. It was also the original name for TGF-β1, which was the founding member of this family. The TGF-β family is part of a superfamily of proteins known as the transforming growth factor beta superfamily, which includes inhibins, activin, anti-mullerian hormone, bone morphogenetic protein, decapentaplegic and Vg-1.


 

 7. TGF-beta1?

 
 


Tgf-b 1 is part of a cytokine super-family in mammals that contains some 30 members. These dimeric proteins regulate the proliferation and apoptosis (destruction) in many cell types and have a central role in the inflammation that is associated with hair follicle miniaturization, fibrosis (rigidification), and its eventual loss.

Numerous researchers have directly implicated tgf-b1, and its localized effects on the hair follicles as the most signiflcant factor in androgenetic alopecia.


 

  8. TGF-beta1 can be declined?

 
 


Yes, TGF-beta1 production can be declined in dermal papilla cell, which involves in hair loss signal transduction.

EMortal Pep(Pea Peptide) hardly affected to cell viability, rather slightly stimulated cell’s proliferation in grow factor depletion.

 

 

 9. Action of Pea Peptides ?

 
 




 

 10. Relationship between “inflammation in the hair follicles” and “hair loss”?

 
 


Several researchers have reported a correlation between excessive sebum in the scalp and hair loss. 

EXcessive sebum often accompanying thinning hair is attributed to systemic inflammatory conditions in the body and an enlargement of the sebaceous gland. The researchers believed excessive inflammation into the sebum causes a high level of 5-alpha reductase which clogs pores and further increases inflammatory processes.


 

 11. Inflammation in the hair follicles is the target of Revagain?

 
 


Yes, inflammatory conditions in the hair follicles can be reduced by Revagain’s unique ingredients like Hydrolyzed Silk, Decarboxy Carnosine HCL, etc.. 


 

 12. Why does Revagain represent the next generation in hair loss solution?

 

 


It’s because Revagain is the most scientifically advanced formula that combats hair loss in both men and women, and targets even “TGF-beta1” and “Inflammation in the hair follicles as well as DHT (existing main cause of hair loss).

 

 13. I began Revagain a week ago and now I’m losing a lot of hair. How come?

 
 


Unless you’re experiencing incredible irritation and redness, acute inflammation, or are undergoing an extremely toxic medical treatment, this week’s hair loss has nothing to do with what you’ve been doing the last few days. The hair fallout you see this week is actually of hair that ended its growth cycle many weeks ago. Thus today’s loss is a picture of the state of your scalp from at least 2-4 weeks (and probably more like 6-12 weeks) ago. This hair was already in the loss phase, in other words, before you even started your recent treatment. Thus, short of mechanically pulling hair out prematurely or undergoing a course of chemotherapy or radiation, this week’s falling hair is completely uninfluenced by what you’re doing this week. Any loss you’re seeing now is coincidental to other events. Similarly, what you’re doing treatment-wise today won’t be reflected in your hair fallout until several weeks from now.



 

 14. Does Revagain work for women?

 
 


Yes, it’s because the causes of female pattern hair loss are same as in men as DHT, TGF-beta1, inflammation in the hair follicles, etc..

 

 15. What happens if I stop Revagain?

 
 


You should continue to take the product on an ongoing basis to maximize the positive effects. Discontinuing use will likely result in the loss of any hair that has been gained or maintained while using Revagain.

   16. Can I use other hair care products while using Revagain?  
 


Yes. You can use any other hair-care products while using Revagain. If you want to use additional hair loss solutions, pls apply them at least tow hours apart to prevent any interference with the absorption of Revagain’s active ingredients.

 

 17. Can stress cause hair loss?

 
 


Yes, stress and hair loss can be related. But stress and hair loss don’t have to be permanent. Stress-induced loss ordinarlly regrows within a year of eliminating the cause. In the absence of any prolonged emotional or physical trauma that has noticeably affected your overall health, stress is not likely the cause. Be sure to talk to your doctor if you notice sudden or patchy hair loss or more than usual hair loss when combing or washing your hair. Sudden hair loss can signal an underlying medical condition that requires treatment.

 

18. How much is considered normal hair fall?

 
 


Most people loss between 50-100 hairs a day, which is considered normal hair loss. Hair loss may increase with age but male-pattern baldness is not abnormal, or a sign of abnormality, it simply suggests that your pattern of hair loss, like 95% of hair loss, henetically pre-determined.


 

 19. Hairstyles don’t cause hair loss?

 
 


Styles that put too much tension on hair, such as tight plaits, ponytails, com-rows or winding too tightly on to rollers (especially heated rollers), can cause some hair loss.

 

 20. Can sun (UV) damage thin hair?

 
 


No, the sun will not make hair thinning worse but in is a good idea to protect your scalp from the sun with a hat or sunscreen.

 

 21. Washing your head in cold water cures baldness?

 
 


Washing your head every morning in cold water may boost blood circulation but in does nothing for baldness.



 




 


 

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