All hair loss and hair growth products try to increase blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles. Mag Gro grows hair FASTER and CHEAPER than ANY other product on the market today!
Mag-Gro is an All Natural movement that STIMULATES the scalp with 4 Whole Earth magnets with opposing polls. Just roll Mag-Gro each day and watch your hair grow healthy, thick hair! Guaranteed!
Mag-Gro® is a patented scalp massaging roller containing four whole-earth magnets. The poles of the four magnets are opposing. Mag-Gro can and will cause the following:
-Stop hair loss naturally in 30 days or less and in virtually 100% of the cases,
-Cause a limited amount of hair to grow on a head that has been totally bald for years,
-Cause a scalp with thin hair to once again achieve the maximum density of hair growth,
-Stop gray hair from forming,
-Put the body’s natural melanin back into the gray hair shaft,
-Cause hair to become healthy and naturally shiny.
Hair dressers have always told their female clients that brushing the hair and massaging the scalp is good for hair growth. Barbers say the same thing to their male customers. And if you ask a dermatologist what to do about hair loss the advice is most often to do anything you can to stimulate blood flow to the scalp.
Many consumers have all been lead to believe that the only way to improve the appearance of our hair is to put something on it, creams, gels, chemicals, shampoo, rinses and more. All these products attempt to increase blood flow to the scalp! Mag-Gro makes sense!
Blood flow to the scalp is so important for healthy, long lasting and shiny hair that virtually every other hair product on the market today attempts to increase blood flow in one way or another, e.g., chemicals, electricity or physical stimulation:
1) Chemicals. The only FDA approved chemical for ”hair growth” – not hair loss – is Minoxidil. Minoxidil is the only active ingredient in all of the hair loss products: Rogaine, Avacor, ScalpMed, etc. (Note: The FDA will not allow companies to claim that Minoxidil stops hair loss because a decrease in hair loss cannot be proven or measured, while new hairs can in fact be counted.)
Minoxidil is a vaso dilator. It causes the mussels in the walls of the capillaries to relax thereby allowing somewhat more blood to flow to and nourish the hair follicle. Minoxidil is a chemical and it can burn the skin over time. Furthermore, it is difficult to get the product into the scalp. That is why the makers of Rogaine have switched from a liquid to a foam.
2) Electricity. The best known electrical product is the laser comb. This product uses a red laser light mounted on a comb with several sharp protrusions. These protrusions will cause blood to flow to the scalp. It is not clear, however, what the laser light does to the scalp. It may cause the skin to warm and it may cause some other type of irritation (this is not a medical product). This irritation causes increased blood to flow the afflicted area. Increased blood flow will help in the area of hair loss and, if sufficient, it will also help with hair growth. If you go to the testimonial page on our web site one customer wrote in saying his laser comb did nothing. However, when he switched to Mag-Gro it enjoyed visible results in less than 30 days.
Blood Vessels Hold Key to Thicker Hair Growth
BOSTON – February 14, 2001 – Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital MGH) have been able to grow hair faster and thicker on mice thanks to a protein that promotes blood vessel growth in their skin. The mouse hair follicles – while no greater in number than those of normal mice – are individually bigger. Collectively, they increase the total volume of hair by 70 percent the MGH research team reports in the Feb. 19 Journal of Clinical Investigation.
If the protein has the same powers in humans, it could lead to the first angiogenic therapy for male pattern baldness. “In male pattern hair loss, it’s not that the follicles are gone. They’re just miniature follicles,” says Michael Detmar, MD, associate professor of dermatology at MGH and lead author on the study. “If anyone could find a way to make the follicles bigger, men might grow hair again.”
The discovery that increasing blood flow to the scalp helps stave off baldness may be old news to many barbers. For years, they have been advising clients to massage their scalps as way of stimulating circulation and hair growth.
A few scientific studies have suggested that people with hair loss may have fewer blood vessels. But no one had actually measured how closely blood vessel growth is correlated with hair growth, or what might cause scalp vessels to grow in the first place.
To explore these questions, Kiichiro Yano, a research associate in dermatology at MGH, and his colleagues compared two groups of mice, one normal and one genetically programmed to produce an abundance of a protein known to trigger blood vessel growth, VEGF. The VEGF-enhanced mice grew hair faster and thicker in the first two weeks of life than did the control mice.
The VEGF-enhanced mice also regrew hair faster. Shaved 8 week-old VEGF-mice not only grew hair back sooner, they exhibited a 30 percent increase in hair follicle diameter 12 days after depilation. “By overall volume, the hair was about 70 percent thicker than in wild-type mice,” says Detmar.
Blood vessels located in the skin surrounding the pumped-up hair follicles were 40% larger in diameter than those found in normal mice, suggesting that the VEGF-mediated angiogenesis was causing the hair to grow faster and thicker. When normal mice were treated with an antibody that blocks VEGF activity and then shaved, their hair grew back slower and was thinner than their untreated littermates. Twelve days after depilation, the VEGF-deprived mice still displayed bald spots and overall reduced hair growth. “So by modulating VEGF, we can directly influence the size of the hair,” says Detmar.
As for how the VEGF-inspired blood vessels are plumping up the hair shafts, the researchers believe they may be delivering an extra supply of growth factors, in addition to oxygen and nutrients.
I just wanted to let you know of my continued progress with using Mag-Gro. I have patches of color returning across the top of my head. All of my hair is growing back from the alopecia which I credit Mag-Gro in part to that. I continue to use it every day in hopes most of my color will return.Read More!