The Science Around No Grow
Growth Inhibitor ingredient, Lauryl Isoquinolinium Bromide, bio-engineers the matrix bulb to neutralize hair roots to stop hair growing.
It has taken researchers, years to develop the technology which enables No Grow to modify the growing behaviour of hair roots, resulting, for the first time, in a long-term termination of hair growth.
Through the hair growth cycle, hairs grow longer and new follicles develop at the root of the hair, due to cell division.
By bio-engineering the cells in the matrix bulb of the hair root to replicate the cell activity found at the onset of male pattern baldness, scientists have succeeded in halting hair growth.
By introducing new genetic instructions to the matrix, the follicle is programmed to eradicate (destroy) the hair root and stop further growth activity.
Through Nano-Enhanced Transportation Technology, No Grow is able to be delivered to the hair root and due to this unique process, No Grow has changed the beauty industry.
NANO-ENHANCED TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
This technology is used to manipulate the molecular structure of the active ingredients, breaking it down so fine that it is able to penetrate into the desired area for a period of 8 hours with the aid of TLR (time-controlled release).
THE MATRIX BULB OF THE HAIR ROOT IS THE PLACE WHERE HAIR GROWTH STARTS AND ENDS. NO GROW MODIFIES THE MATRIX TO STOP HAIR GROWTH
These hair growth cells from the matrix bulb of the hair root are seen as spheres of cultured papillae cells from human hair follicles. When Lauryl Isoquinolinium Bromide is introduced, cell division is slowed down, shrinking and individually withering the root, until there is no more space for cell division i.e. no new hair follicle, similar to the effect of the onset of male pattern baldness.
No Grow replicates the effects of laser hair removal but it achieves its goals by a very different scientific method.
For the first time researchers have been able to take human dermal papilla cells from inside the base of human hair follicles and recreate cell structure found in patients with male pattern baldness. Lauryl Isoquinolinium Bromide replicates these cells which stifle new hair growth.
The breakthrough came with the development of the Lauryl Isoquinolinium Bromide compound which modifies the growing behaviour of hair roots, resulting, for the first time, in a long-term termination of hair growth.
For the first time, a product is available which modifies the growth activity of the hair root but without damaging the skin or causing pain to the patient.
No, Grow was one of the first to develop ‘nutrient engineering’ techniques that restrict the flow of nutrients to the matrix hair bulb. This results in the miniaturization of the hair root and ultimately restricts the growth of new hair.