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The THREE types of SHAMPOOS that can help hair GROW


#1

They are ketoconazole, pirictone olamine, and prythione zinc

Pircotone olamine shampoo grows about as much hair as nizoral in six months study…its a strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory.

study:

C. Piérard-Franchimont, V. Goffin, F. Henry, I. Uhoda, C. Braham, G. E. Piérard.

Nudging hair shedding by antidandruff shampoos. A comparison of 1% ketoconazole, 1% piroctone olamine and 1% zinc pyrithione formulations.

International Journal of Cosmetic Science Volume 24, Issue 5, Page 249-256, Oct 2002

Synopsis

Hair shedding and hair thinning have been reported to be affected by dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis. The present study was conducted in 150 men presenting with telogen effluvium related to androgenic alopecia associated with dandruff. They were randomly allocated to three groups receiving each one of the three shampoos in the market containing either 1% ketoconazole (KTZ), 1% piroctone olamine (PTO) or 1% zinc pyrithione (ZPT). Shampoos had to be used 2-3 times a week for 6 months. Hair shedding during shampoo was evaluated semiquantitatively. Hair density on the vertex was evaluated on photographs using a Dermaphot. Trichograms were used for determining the anagen hair percentage and the mean proximal hair shaft diameter using computerized image analysis. The sebum excretion rate (SER, g cm2 h1) was also measured using a Sebumeter®.
The three treatments cleared pruritus and dandruff rapidly. At end point, hair density was unchanged, although hair shedding was decreased (KTZ: -17.3%, PTO: -16.5%, ZPT: -10.1%) and the anagen hair percentage was increased (KTZ: 4.9%, PTO: 7.9%, ZPT: 6.8%). The effect on the mean hair shaft diameter was contrasted between the three groups of volunteers (KTZ: 5.4%, PTO: 7.7%, ZPT: -2.2%). In conclusion, telogen effluvium was controlled by KTZ, PTO and ZPT shampoos at 1% concentration. In addition, KTZ and PTO increased the mean hair shaft thickness while discretely decreasing the sebum output at the skin surface.

From the full study:

Conclusion

The present study comparing 1% KTZ, 1% PTO and 1% ZPT shampoos has demonstrated that these products have some other benefits in addition to their reported antidandruff effect. The data show that these shampoos have a beneficial effect on the anagen/ telogen ratio, by increasing the anagen hair percentage in subjects with dandruff. This results in a reduced hair shedding. In addition, the data show that 1% KTZ and 1% PTO, but not 1% ZPT, produce a beneficial effect on scalp seborrhoea and hair shaft diameter. The reason for such opposite effect is unknown. Finally, the data show that scalp seborrhoea is inversely correlated with hair thickness. The virtue of such a finding is its simplicity. However, the results cannot be taken at face value. There may remain debate whether reducing sebum excess on the scalp may lead to thicker hair, and whether increasing scalp seborrhoea may be accompanied by a reduction in the hair shaft diameter


#2

» They are ketoconazole, pirictone olamine, and prythione zinc
»
»
» Pircotone olamine shampoo grows about as much hair as nizoral in six
» months study…its a strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory.
»
» study:
»
» C. Piérard-Franchimont, V. Goffin, F. Henry, I. Uhoda, C. Braham, G. E.
» Piérard.
»
» Nudging hair shedding by antidandruff shampoos. A comparison of 1%
» ketoconazole, 1% piroctone olamine and 1% zinc pyrithione formulations.
»
» International Journal of Cosmetic Science Volume 24, Issue 5, Page
» 249-256, Oct 2002
»
» Synopsis
»
» Hair shedding and hair thinning have been reported to be affected by
» dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis. The present study was conducted in
» 150 men presenting with telogen effluvium related to androgenic alopecia
» associated with dandruff. They were randomly allocated to three groups
» receiving each one of the three shampoos in the market containing either
» 1% ketoconazole (KTZ), 1% piroctone olamine (PTO) or 1% zinc pyrithione
» (ZPT). Shampoos had to be used 2-3 times a week for 6 months. Hair
» shedding during shampoo was evaluated semiquantitatively. Hair density on
» the vertex was evaluated on photographs using a Dermaphot. Trichograms
» were used for determining the anagen hair percentage and the mean proximal
» hair shaft diameter using computerized image analysis. The sebum excretion
» rate (SER, g cm2 h1) was also measured using a Sebumeter®.
» The three treatments cleared pruritus and dandruff rapidly. At end point,
» hair density was unchanged, although hair shedding was decreased (KTZ:
» -17.3%, PTO: -16.5%, ZPT: -10.1%) and the anagen hair percentage was
» increased (KTZ: 4.9%, PTO: 7.9%, ZPT: 6.8%). The effect on the mean hair
» shaft diameter was contrasted between the three groups of volunteers (KTZ:
» 5.4%, PTO: 7.7%, ZPT: -2.2%). In conclusion, telogen effluvium was
» controlled by KTZ, PTO and ZPT shampoos at 1% concentration. In addition,
» KTZ and PTO increased the mean hair shaft thickness while discretely
» decreasing the sebum output at the skin surface.
»
» From the full study:
»
» Conclusion
»
» The present study comparing 1% KTZ, 1% PTO and 1% ZPT shampoos has
» demonstrated that these products have some other benefits in addition to
» their reported antidandruff effect. The data show that these shampoos have
» a beneficial effect on the anagen/ telogen ratio, by increasing the anagen
» hair percentage in subjects with dandruff. This results in a reduced hair
» shedding. In addition, the data show that 1% KTZ and 1% PTO, but not 1%
» ZPT, produce a beneficial effect on scalp seborrhoea and hair shaft
» diameter. The reason for such opposite effect is unknown. Finally, the
» data show that scalp seborrhoea is inversely correlated with hair
» thickness. The virtue of such a finding is its simplicity. However, the
» results cannot be taken at face value. There may remain debate whether
» reducing sebum excess on the scalp may lead to thicker hair, and whether
» increasing scalp seborrhoea may be accompanied by a reduction in the hair
» shaft diameter

Wow, am I supposed to be impressed about this study Benji. There’s studies conducted daily. If these shampoos regrow hair, how come the entire nation of bald men aren’t shampooing away and all looking like Elvis. Explain that one Benji. Who conducted this study. I bet it was by the shampoo companies. Who signs your checks Benji? Prell or Head & Shoulders. You are doing a fine job of kissing the shampoo companies ass. I’m sure they’ll throw in an extra bottle or two for you as a bonus.

Hey Mr. Shampoo, I am talking about regrowing a full head of hair naturally. This is what Lawrence’s theory is all about. I am not talking about growing some peach fuzz. As we stand this very second, there is not a 100% cure to hairloss without drugs, plugs or rugs (thank you Widows). Show me the cure to hairloss Benji. I don’t want some study done by some company to sell a product I am talking about a 100% sure fire way to get your hair back other than transplants. There isn’t any. But Wait!! maybe there is. My money is on Dr. Lawrence Cutsinger in July of this year. His work will eventually be taken serious by the mainstream science community once he shows his updated regrowth photos.


#3

Kramer one question: Do you follow the anti-shampoo theory too?

If yes can you inform us about your results and current phase?


#4

I have followed the non-shampoo thing for over 2.5 years now.

The result: hairloss as usual.


#5

tsk tsk

I would be embarrassed to come and try to give guys advice , when my own experience has been…NO RESULTS

but then again fag kramer is delusional


#6

The hanginInThere:

Good post! Normal, intelligent people everywhere are glad that someone is backing up normal, intelligent people everywhere.

The Jtelecom


#7

Thanks, benji! You are a wealth of SCIENTIFIC information…! Cheers!

All the best,
BB

» They are ketoconazole, pirictone olamine, and prythione zinc
»
»
» Pircotone olamine shampoo grows about as much hair as nizoral in six
» months study…its a strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory.
»
» study:
»
» C. Piérard-Franchimont, V. Goffin, F. Henry, I. Uhoda, C. Braham, G. E.
» Piérard.
»
» Nudging hair shedding by antidandruff shampoos. A comparison of 1%
» ketoconazole, 1% piroctone olamine and 1% zinc pyrithione formulations.
»
» International Journal of Cosmetic Science Volume 24, Issue 5, Page
» 249-256, Oct 2002
»
» Synopsis
»
» Hair shedding and hair thinning have been reported to be affected by
» dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis. The present study was conducted in
» 150 men presenting with telogen effluvium related to androgenic alopecia
» associated with dandruff. They were randomly allocated to three groups
» receiving each one of the three shampoos in the market containing either
» 1% ketoconazole (KTZ), 1% piroctone olamine (PTO) or 1% zinc pyrithione
» (ZPT). Shampoos had to be used 2-3 times a week for 6 months. Hair
» shedding during shampoo was evaluated semiquantitatively. Hair density on
» the vertex was evaluated on photographs using a Dermaphot. Trichograms
» were used for determining the anagen hair percentage and the mean proximal
» hair shaft diameter using computerized image analysis. The sebum excretion
» rate (SER, g cm2 h1) was also measured using a Sebumeter®.
» The three treatments cleared pruritus and dandruff rapidly. At end point,
» hair density was unchanged, although hair shedding was decreased (KTZ:
» -17.3%, PTO: -16.5%, ZPT: -10.1%) and the anagen hair percentage was
» increased (KTZ: 4.9%, PTO: 7.9%, ZPT: 6.8%). The effect on the mean hair
» shaft diameter was contrasted between the three groups of volunteers (KTZ:
» 5.4%, PTO: 7.7%, ZPT: -2.2%). In conclusion, telogen effluvium was
» controlled by KTZ, PTO and ZPT shampoos at 1% concentration. In addition,
» KTZ and PTO increased the mean hair shaft thickness while discretely
» decreasing the sebum output at the skin surface.
»
» From the full study:
»
» Conclusion
»
» The present study comparing 1% KTZ, 1% PTO and 1% ZPT shampoos has
» demonstrated that these products have some other benefits in addition to
» their reported antidandruff effect. The data show that these shampoos have
» a beneficial effect on the anagen/ telogen ratio, by increasing the anagen
» hair percentage in subjects with dandruff. This results in a reduced hair
» shedding. In addition, the data show that 1% KTZ and 1% PTO, but not 1%
» ZPT, produce a beneficial effect on scalp seborrhoea and hair shaft
» diameter. The reason for such opposite effect is unknown. Finally, the
» data show that scalp seborrhoea is inversely correlated with hair
» thickness. The virtue of such a finding is its simplicity. However, the
» results cannot be taken at face value. There may remain debate whether
» reducing sebum excess on the scalp may lead to thicker hair, and whether
» increasing scalp seborrhoea may be accompanied by a reduction in the hair
» shaft diameter


#8

» Thanks, benji! You are a wealth of SCIENTIFIC information…! Cheers!

Baldie…You guys prove how sheeple can be lead around at will.

I will do you all a favor once again and tell you what Big Ben has omitted (actually since he isn’t a GIB student he just doesn’t know).

Prythione Zinc, a.k.a. Head and Shoulders, is known to cause a DECREASE in hair shaft diameter. This is EASILY found with a Google search.

You guys are so fortunate to have teachers like me and Kramer to monitor the postings so we can make corrections.

The Dave


#9

how about posting pics of your bald head so we know what regimens to avoid


#10

The Alpecin Caffeine shampoo probably also has a beneficial effect, as it was mentioned at the last EHRS meetings. Caffeine was shown to invalidate testosterone’s negative influence on hairs in test tubes cultured up to ninety six hours…some even over controls that had no testosterone added at all.

Men had a 15 percent increase in haircounts at four months. I want to personally see much longer in vivo tests on that product though.

Dave I really am anxious to see your before and after pictures someday, and I expect to see face shots. You have nothing to be ashamed of, you just use water instead of shampoo. I dont think it will work, but in a way you guys are doing a service. Youre eliminating one more possibility. :yes:


#11

Dermatology Times
"Regular use of a commercially available antidandruff shampoo
containing 1 percent pyrithione zinc (PTZ) does not adversely affect
hair loss in men with androgenetic alopecia and may in fact slow its
progression or result in improvement, according to the results of a
prospective, randomized, controlled investigation"


#12

I have something to say about the use of “sheeple.”

YOU GUYS are the ones who have a friggin “LEADER” who you follow even though all of this rational evidence is being shown to you. You will not deviate from your position at all, not even a little bit.

You are claiming that we are close minded, but in reality, you are significantly more close minded. You write everything off that is against your theory as being something done by the shampoo industry.

There is way too much evidence against your theory.

It reminds me of when people say things such as “I think we should support our president no matter what.”

You guys are the “sheelple.”


#13

» I have something to say about the use of “sheeple.”
»
» YOU GUYS are the ones who have a friggin “LEADER” who you follow even
» though all of this rational evidence is being shown to you. You will not
» deviate from your position at all, not even a little bit.
»
» You are claiming that we are close minded, but in reality, you are
» significantly more close minded. You write everything off that is against
» your theory as being something done by the shampoo industry.
»
» There is way too much evidence against your theory.
»
»
» It reminds me of when people say things such as “I think we should support
» our president no matter what.”
»
»
»
» You guys are the “sheelple.”

Bluetarded, who signs your checks? Selsun Blue


#14

Not only will shampooers lose their hair, but shampooers will also not make any money. Here’s proof! :wink:
http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/04/jobs-careers-compensation-lead-careers-cx_pm_0604worstjobs_slide_8.html?thisSpeed=15000


#15

» Not only will shampooers lose their hair, but shampooers will also not make
» any money. Here’s proof! :wink:
» http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/04/jobs-careers-compensation-lead-careers-cx_pm_0604worstjobs_slide_8.html?thisSpeed=15000

Pretty funny AJ:D

To Kramer and DiamondDave I say this “put up or shut up!”. I have posted my regain pictures several times in the past couple of weeks and I have used shampoo daily during the process.

I have seen no pictures of you or you mysterious leader; though he does have the worst website I have ever seen!

To the contray, seevral people that have gone grunge have reported on this site balding progression as usual.

You have no science, no proof and no hair; just a bunch of empty words!

Just like good-old Ken and his RK19 (or whatever) grunge will come and go and you will still be hairless.

GC.


#16

You know, even if you think SLS causes hairloss, why not just buy a “natural” shampoo without SLS or any other of those “dangerous” chemicals. They are out there.


#17

» You know, even if you think SLS causes hairloss, why not just buy a
» “natural” shampoo without SLS or any other of those “dangerous” chemicals.
» They are out there.

Yup. I did that for about 6 months and made the decision to go back to that plan. I am going all natural shampoo and taking my chemicals via home made topicals.


#18

» » You know, even if you think SLS causes hairloss, why not just buy a
» » “natural” shampoo without SLS or any other of those “dangerous”
» chemicals.
» » They are out there.
»
» Yup. I did that for about 6 months and made the decision to go back to
» that plan. I am going all natural shampoo and taking my chemicals via home
» made topicals.

Im sure some of them may help halt hair loss to a certain degree but i doubt they grow hair.


#19

Don’t forget NANO Shampoo.

Bryan


#20

There’s also BANFI shampoo (along with banfi lotion) that was proven to stop hair loss and grow hair:

www.banfilotion.com