HairCell Stim FAQBioelectric Stimulation + Stem Cell Composition Hair Regeneration
What is the HairCell Therapy?
The HairCell therapy available to you will depend on the regulatory status in the individual country where you reside. In the USA and Canada our intent is to start with a three part therapy of (1) in clinic high fidelity bioelectric stimulation with a 510K market cleared stimulator, (2) amniotic fluid injections via DermaPen and (3) amniotic membrane application in fully bald areas of the head and out of the clinic at home we will apply the TeslaBrush electrostatic stimulation device. In other countries where permitted by regulatory authorities a more advanced therapy will be applied which includes repeat injections and applications of the HC-15 fifteen component stem cell based composition which includes exosomes, selected alkaloids, micro RNAs, nutrient hydrogel and hair scalp matrix within a hair regeneration promoting scaffolding. Also outside of the USA and Canada in selected markets we will apply a wider range of bioelectric signals to control expressions of SDF-1, HGF, EGF, IGF-1, PDGF, VEGF, HIF 1 alpha, eNOS, Activin A+B, Follistatin, Tropoelastin and perhaps also GDF-10 and GDF-11.
What Published Data Supports the HairCell Therapy Approach?
Clinical trials of the combination therapy described above are just beginning so data on the combination therapy is not yet available and the thus the combination therapy cannot be claimed yet to be either safe of effective. Our team is designed well controlled monitored studies to prove this out. Dozens of papers have been published documenting the benefits towards hair regeneration of the individual growth factor proteins and stem cells we plan to deliver via their controlled release by bioelectric or electrostatic stimulation, direct application via Dermapen or scaffolding matrix or those found within the amniotic fluid and amniotic fluid filled membranes we intend to utilized in the upcoming studies. A humber of studies of documented hair regeneration and other skin healing benefits from stem cell, modified stem cell or stem cell and growth factors mixed compositions application. Over 100 papers have been published on the potential healing benefits of electrical stimulation. See the Related Scientific Articles section of our web site for links to many of the above mentioned peer reviewed papers.