There’s a medication called Verteporfin that can regenerate extracted hair follicles in hair transplants. It’s been trialed off-label by two hair transplant surgeons so far.

Verteporfin inhibits wound healing by the scarring mechanism and promotes healing by regeneration of the original tissue, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands. somebody knows?

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@baldlatino34 I think it has to do with the idea of wound healing hair neogenesis. if you can get your hands on Verteporfin, how about using this in conjunction with microneedling?

Although if you watch Hairliciously’s YouTube channel, he recently reported that a trial of this gave disappointing results. And he had been excited about it for a long time.

Instead of aiming for hair neogenesis, it will be better to improve the pre existing hair follicle stem cells with longevity molecules like Fisetin, Rapamycin, akg, resveratrol, grapeseed extract etc.