Can McDonald's French Fries Cure Baldness?
I would never recommend that you run out and order fried potatoes from a fast food restaurant. And you wouldn’t cure your baldness even if you did, but …
A Japanese research team is hot on the trail of a baldness cure.
In a breakthrough study, they found that an ingredient used to make McDonald’s French fries can help stimulate hair growth.
Specifically, it activated a germ that triggers dormant hair follicles to start growing hair again.1
Now, I would never recommend that you run out and order fried potatoes from a fast food restaurant. And you wouldn’t cure your baldness even if you did…
But when you rub this ingredient on your skin, it activates hair follicle germs (HFGs) — the cells that help grow hair follicles.
It’s called dimethicone. And I was so impressed by the research that I started using this compound in my clinic.
You see, I’m always looking for ways to help my patients regrow their thinning hair naturally.
But here’s what really had me intrigued…
HFGs are mesenchymal stem cells that exist right below the surface of the scalp. And this kind of research attacks the root cause of baldness. Unlike Big Pharma medications like Rogaine.
I’ve always told my patients to avoid products like this.
The minoxidil in Rogaine can cause a build-up of excess fluid between the heart and the sac surrounding the heart. It can also bring on stabbing chest pain, trouble breathing, numbness, confusion and more.
I always tell my patients that the only way to revive your hair is to start at the roots. Your hair follicles are alive and well. And they control how full and vibrant your hair is.
Part of the solution is making sure blood circulation to the hair follicles is supported by key activators.
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