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Synthetic Sandalwood Scent May CURE Hair Loss!

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Have you guys heard about this Synthetic Sandalwood scent? Not sure if it is anything more than a glorified minoxidil, but what do you guys think? I would love to hear the communities input.

Synthetic Sandalwood Scent May CURE Hair Loss!

 


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"Researchers may have sniffed out a possible cure." That's a good one!  

I recall reading about this a little while ago. Like you mentioned here, I think it is always good to be "cautiously optimistic" when it comes to these "miracle" treatments that news outlets make seem a little bit too good to be true. Do you have a link to the actual study referenced in the article? It would be interesting to read. I wonder if there is any subjective anecdotal data from people trying this online? 

Interesting theory all around. Thank you for sharing. 


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Hmmm...no wonder my nose hairs are so lustrous and need to be trimmed more often lately...my new cologne has Sandlewood in it! 😂

I’m always skeptical of company-sponsored “science” with such a small trial they had and no actual photos to back up their claims.

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3 hours ago, Dr Blake Bloxham said:

"Researchers may have sniffed out a possible cure." That's a good one!  

I recall reading about this a little while ago. Like you mentioned here, I think it is always good to be "cautiously optimistic" when it comes to these "miracle" treatments that news outlets make seem a little bit too good to be true. Do you have a link to the actual study referenced in the article? It would be interesting to read. I wonder if there is any subjective anecdotal data from people trying this online? 

Interesting theory all around. Thank you for sharing. 

😆 I’m glad you liked it Dr. Bloxham. Sure here is the original study

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05973-0

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GSE102887


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Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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2 hours ago, CosmoKramer said:

Hmmm...no wonder my nose hairs are so lustrous and need to be trimmed more often lately...my new cologne has Sandlewood in it! 😂

I’m always skeptical of company-sponsored “science” with such a small trial they had and no actual photos to back up their claims.

This is true. They seem to disappear as soon as the dust settles too.


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Lol— i heard the same for bergamot oil.  

If only it was that easy.  I doubt sandalwood has a desirable effect towards hair.  

Just wish they make distinct progress and headway with stem cell research and hair multiplication.  

 

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