Hair loss is a problem that affects almost every man, on average 80% of men experience hair loss at some point in their lives. Hair loss is also not uncommon in women, but they suffer from different sub-varieties.
niostema young company from Cologne, has found a groundbreaking solution to finally solve this problem.
Bioelectric stimulation instead of chemicals
Dr Carlos Chacón from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging has focused on researching hair follicle stem cells and discovered its potential for skin and hair regeneration. The research results of a pilot study by the Max Planck scientist are promising and convincing and demonstrate the positive effects on hair growth in the test subjects.
niostem stands for “Natural Regeneration”
Unlike hair loss drugs, it does not suppress testosterone in the body, but uses bioelectric stimulation to reactivate hair stem cells, stop hair loss and start hair growth.
6x more hair than with medication
A portable device is used to reactivate the cells, and in a six-month pilot study it was found that 95.4% of subjects stopped hair loss after three months and even 100% after six months. On average, the hair density of the subjects increased by 19.3% within six months. That means 19% more hair in 6 months.
Simple regular use leads to success
niostem is easy to use and only takes 30 minutes a day to see measurable results. The companion app shows progress over time and provides live feedback.
Quick access to Indiegogo
niostem started the first sale on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo – with success. In just 7 minutes, the start-up exceeded the target of 50,000 euros. The turnover is now almost EUR 400,000. (Status 05/10/23)
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