Breakthrough in Skin Care & Hair Care industry that is claimed to cure baldness.
Japanese scientists are said, to found a way to cure baldness.
Recent research of Yokohama National University scientists is said to unveil a secret to change hair care industry and cure baldness. Professor Junji Fukuda along with his research team published results on February 2018 in Biomaterials Journal. Results suggest that chemical substance commonly used – according to European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology – as an inhibitors of thermoxidative reactions for frying for example french fries, is one of factors linked to cure baldness. It’s claimed that mentioned substance -dimethylpolysiloxane – significantly improve process of fabrication of microwell array. That process lead to successful implantation of hair follicle & hair shaft into nude mouse. Preliminary test suggest that similar results are likely to be achieved on human participants.
Dimethylpolysiloxane (DMPS) as an innovative solution to cure baldness.
Dimethylpolysiloxane is a silicone substance, which according to food processing industry standards – is used in deep frying process. Application of (DMPS) in preparing food products in restaurants, occur in very low concentrations such as (1-5mg/kg) to stop cooking oil from frothing. The best results of using Dimethylpolysiloxane are achieved in discontinuous frying, when the surface of oil becomes unprotected against oxidation. According to an article published in European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, DMPS is found to be ineffective while continuous frying. These facts seem to prove and explain usage of DMPS in fast food chain restaurants like McDonalds, KFC, Burger King to process french fries.
New potential use of Dimethylpolysiloxane.
The research conducted by Japanese scientists suggest, that DMPS could mass reproduce hair follicles, which can grow hair, and in long run might be used to cure baldness in humans. Use of DMPS according to Professor Fukuda was vital to produce the hair follicle germs. He explained that: “We used oxygen-permeable dimethylpolysiloxane at the bottom of culture vessel, and it worked very well.” Adding that the team of Yokohama National University scientists “hope that this technique will improve human hair regenerative therapy to treat hair loss such as androgenic alopecia.”