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Epi soft by Bubbly Hair Inhibitor (3)

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To make things worse, care must be taked when using compounds that really CAN inhibit IGF-1 because similar receptors regulate growth of other tissues as well. According to one source, there’s concern that such an inhibitor could mess with the insulin receptors which could cause serious health issues. It mimics the process of male pattern baldness, in that it reduces the concentration of nutrients inside the follicle required for hair growth and forms a barrier between the sides of the follicle and the hair. That leads to follicular miniaturization, where the hair shaft width is progressively decreased until the hair becomes softer, lighter in color, and eventually resembles “peach fuzz”. Lauryl isoquinolinium bromide is less benign in my opinion – although the MSDS for a beard-slowing product that contains it is somewhat reassuring, there really isn’t enough info on it out there to made me feel like its safety profile is well established, and that it’s targeting just the hair, and not the skin around it. It’s not in any of the Inhibitif products in the Australian market though. Glycerin: is commonly used with occlusives, another type of moisturizing agent, to trap the moisture that it draws into the skin . Some enzymes of this type have been shown to cause apoptosis of follicular papillae. Essentially that means that they kill the cells before they can reproduce. If the ingredient kills off enough hair growth cells, you’ll have fewer hairs and the hairs that do grow out will most likely be thinner and less visible.

Derma Nude – which has this crazy scientific explanation: it suppresses hair regrowth 5 ways: “(1)Unwind keratin, (2) break keratin apart and separate it from the matrix (3) perforate the cystine, (4) work below the growth plate at the double sulfa helix bond. (5) prevent cystine to cystine bonding at the active phase of hair growth.” Dihydromyricetin Dihydromyricetin is an interesting molecule extracted from the oriental raisin tree, which has been used for a long time in traditional medicine. It’s been found to mitigate the effects of alcohol, and is being sold for human consumption already.

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Supposedly, according to the companies that sell this stuff, Dihydromyricetin inhibits the IGF-1 receptors in hair follicles. (IGF stands for Insulin-like Growth Factor.) IGF-1 is thought to prevent death of cells in the follicle, which would keep hair growing longer. So, if you can inhibit IGF-1, you can theoretically prevent hair from growing. Capric/Caprylic Triglycerides: considered an excellent emollient and skin-replenishing ingredient. It's included in cosmetics due to its mix of fatty acids that skin can use to replenish its surface and resist moisture loss.

Tremella fuciformis sporocarp extract is an easy one to deal with – it’s just a moisturiser, derived from a gooey white fungus that the Asian cuisine fans amongst my readers may find particularly familiar.The second step of the process is to apply Episoft. Use Episoft on the area the hair was removed from and massage in, and wait 10 mins. Although not all products disclose their ingredients online, it appears that several of them use a protein-cleaving enzyme called papain which is cystine protease. It comes from papaya and other fruits. Exogen: This is a relatively new term that some sources are using to describe when the hair is actually shed.

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