HARE PROTEIN

   HARE protein is a monoclonal antibody which only binds with human dermal papilla (DP) and derma sheath (DS) cells. It induces cell proliferation and survival.

   HARE is designed to affect only the cells involved in the hair growth cycle. This means that HARE protein has no side effects.

HARE in hair growth?

TELOGEN

induction / activation

(proliferation)

HARE proteins signals the DP and DS cells to activate and initiate the cycle.

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Y

ANAGEN

block / delay (survival)

HARE proteins block and delay the hair from moving into the catagen phase of the cycle.

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Y

CATAGEN

block / delay (survival)

HARE proteins block and delay hair falling and from moving into the telogen phase of the cycle.

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Evidence

   The images above show test results in mice. After shaving the mice, 2 groups, one without HARE (control) and one with HARE (treated) were compared. As you can seen, the mice treated with HARE grew hair at a much faster rate.

Why HARE products?

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PROPECIA

   Finasteride (Propecia) is a drug originally made to treat enlarged prostates in men. It works by breaking down the male hormone testosterone.

   It indirectly helps with alopecia as testosterone causes hair to fall.

   Lowering the level of testosterone causes men to lose their sexual desires, as well as increased risks of erectile dysfunction, impotence and ejaculation disorder.

   As far as we are concerned, we know of many men who want to grow hair, but lose their sexual desire? None.

MINOXIDIL

   Minoxidil is a drug originally made to treat hypertension. It works by enlarging blood vessels and allowing the blood to circulate with more ease.

   It indirectly helps with alopecia as the cells in our head are supplied with nutrients that would've otherwise been difficult for certain people.

   Reported side effects of Minoxidils include rashes, itches, headaches among many other symptoms. Results vary between consumers.

   Only 40% of men reported positive results after using Minoxidil. Even in those patients, results were minimal. A weak 40% with minimal results and multiple risks doesn't look too convincing.

   Oriental medicine has no real scientific evidence to back-up its results.

   The products based on Oriental medicine are cocktails of different herbs and plants, in hopes of one of the components having a positive result. Even the creators of these products are ignorant of what really helps with alopecia.

   Who knows what could occur as a result?

ORIENTAL MEDICINE