Reference data for RevivHair Stimulating Serum and its primary ingredient, Redensyl

Trichogram photographs (from the double blind versus placebo clinical trial, grade 3 to 4 alopecia volunteers) display the results after only three months. The subject on the far-left (52 year old tester) had 28,200 visible new hairs (+ 47 hairs per cm2). Of course, at three months they are not "full-length" hairs, but obviously enough to show a visible, discernible difference, and as you can see the growth is evident on both the hairline and crown. A reminder that the average person has at least 100,000 or more hairs on the scalp, so it makes sense that this tester visibly shows a 28% increase in density in the photograph.

The 28,000 number is a maximum experienced by the testers in the study; the average was less. Perhaps the most striking effect was that hair fall decreased 17%, and we have many customers who have commented (and posted reviews) that they experienced real results within just a week or two of starting RevivHair Max Stimulating Serum, primarily by it noticeably helping with the appearance of existing shedding. While everyone is of course "bio-individual" you may very well find that you can expect this effect in just a few weeks of use.
The efficiency of Redensyl® was evaluated in the double-blind test versus a placebo. Twenty six male volunteers were selected by following specific inclusion criteria: between 18 to 70 years old, brown to dark hair, with a minimum density of hair of 150 hair/cm2 and 40 telogen hair/cm2, with clinically confirmed grade 3 to 4 alopecia. Volunteers applied the placebo or the product with 3% of Redensyl® on their whole scalp daily for 3 months.

A shaved area of 1.5cm2 was defined on each volunteer to allow the measurements on a window of 0.7cm2 at D0, D28 and D84. Phototrichograms were realized using a NIKON camera associated with Canfield® Epiflash System and a contact plate to press hair on the scalp. Analysis were run with Photoshop CS5 extended® and permitted to define if hair were in anagen, telogen or undetermined phase.

Results: A non significant placebo effect is observed (mechanical activation of micro-circulation), with almost no more evolution after 1 month. Redensyl® increases the percentage of hair in anagen phase by 9% compared to T0 after 3 months, and decreases the percentage of hair in the telogen phase by 17% compared to T0 after 3 months.

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Global news of our new RevivHair Stimulating Serum formulation with Redensyl

 

Reviv Serums is one of the first companies in the world to formulate a product with Redensyl® from Induchem, and this long-awaited product launch news has been picked up by almost 1000 different syndicated networks and online sites! It's been featured on the giant Reuters News sign in Times Square four different times already, and hit the wires on Reuters, DOW Marketplace, Yahoo, The Boston Globe, among many others. Here's just a sample list of the many, many articles:

 

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Addressing greying hair isn't just a vanity issue; it's a scalp and skin health issue too.

Asian man examining premature greying hair

Addressing greying hair isn't just a vanity issue; it's a scalp and skin health issue too.

Premature greying of the hair is a condition known as canities; the diminishing of pigment in hair producing a range of colors from normal to white that is perceived as gray.

It is a complex multi-factorial process mainly considered to be an interplay of nutritional, genetic and environmental factors. Nutritional deficiencies like vitamin B12 deficiency, severe iron deficiency, chronic protein loss, copper deficiency are often found associated with premature greying of hairs. Other factors that have been incriminated are low serum ferritin, and low serum calcium and vitamin D3 levels.

Smoking is another factor that is considered to be related to premature greying of hair. Smoking results in generation of huge amount of reactive oxygen species leading to increased oxidative stress culminating into damage to melanin producing cells, melanocytes. Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays is considered to initiate similar processes in hair follicles resulting in premature greying of hair.

It turns out that a key factor in hair color loss happens to be the buildup of hydrogen peroxide in the scalp and hair follicles. As we age, our bodies become less able to neutralize that hydrogen peroxide, which interferes with an enzyme that is responsible for producing the pigment in hair. The graying begins when the synthesis of melanin (the natural pigment that gives hair its color) is disrupted.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24695442
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2929555/

Another recent study in Nature Medicine suggests that sun damage may very well speed up the graying of hair. The study found that when UV exposure damaged skin, melanin-producing stem cells migrated upward to the skin to produce protective pigment (a tan) but abandoned their position in the hair follicle.

While there are many other factors that can contribute to graying hair (genetics, ethnicity, stress etc.), these studies suggest there are steps you can take to slow down or minimize graying hair:

The revolutionary ingredients, like Greyverse and Darkenyl, found in our RevivHair REV Stimulating Serum may help prevent hydrogen peroxide buildup and target tyrosinase to help prevent the loss of hair color and the appearance of darker hair, naturally without dyes or pigments. Another included ingredients (also mentioned in the study) may help: Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase.

Additionally, wearing a hat or applying a UV protection product for the hair (more specifically, the scalp) whenever you're outside, may help as well. Wearing a hat to shield UV damage is something we should be doing anyway!

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