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The adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cell (ADMSC) exosomes have demonstrated potential in promoting hair growth and improving hair health. Cosmetics containing ADMSC exosomes could potentially harness their regenerative and immunomodulatory properties to address hair loss and maintain hair health.
ADMSC exosome-based are the ingredient of XHAIR for the treatment of hair loss with the following potential benefits:

Promotion of hair growth: XHAIR may stimulate the activation and proliferation of hair follicle stem cells, initiate the anagen phase of the hair cycle, and support hair growth.

Improved hair health: XHAIR contain various proteins, growth factors, and microRNAs that can influence cell proliferation, differentiation, and survival, potentially contributing to improved overall hair health.

Scalp health: The immunomodulatory properties of XHAIR could help regulate local immune responses in the scalp, reducing inflammation and creating a more favorable environment for hair growth.

Nourishment and protection: XHAIR may deliver essential nutrients, growth factors, and signaling molecules to hair follicles, which could nourish and protect them, potentially reducing hair loss and improving hair quality.

We also recommend the use of XPREP Hair Follicle Purification Cycle Shampoo, specifically formulated to prepare and clean the scalp for XHAIR treatment.

Mode of action of ingredients in XHAIR


Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract, derived from the Uttwiler Spätlauber apple variety, is a plant-based ingredient with potential benefits for hair growth and hair loss prevention. Although research on its specific mode of action is limited, the extract is known to contain plant stem cells and other compounds that may have positive effects on hair growth.

Some proposed modes of action of Malus Domestica fruit cell culture extract for hair loss include:

1. Prolonging the anagen phase: The anagen phase is the active growth phase of hair follicles. Malus Domestica fruit cell culture extract may help to prolong the anagen phase, leading to longer, healthier hair growth.

2. Protection against oxidative stress: The extract contains antioxidants that may help protect hair follicles from damage caused by oxidative stress, which can lead to hair loss.

3. Activation of hair follicle stem cells: Malus Domestica fruit cell culture extract may stimulate hair follicle stem cells, promoting the regeneration of hair follicles and supporting hair growth.

4. Anti-inflammatory effects: Inflammation can contribute to hair loss by damaging hair follicles. Malus Domestica fruit cell culture extract may help to reduce inflammation in the scalp, promoting a healthier environment for hair growth.


Possible benefits of caffeine for hair loss treatment include:

1. Stimulating hair growth: Caffeine may stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth by extending the anagen (growth) phase of the hair cycle. It has been shown to potentially increase the proliferation of keratinocytes, which are the cells that produce keratin, the key structural protein in hair.

2. Blocking DHT: Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a hormone that has been linked to hair loss, particularly in men. Caffeine may help counteract the effects of DHT by inhibiting the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, which converts testosterone to DHT. This could help slow down hair loss and promote hair growth.

3. Improving blood circulation: Caffeine can stimulate blood flow to the scalp, which may help deliver essential nutrients to hair follicles and promote healthy hair growth.


ADENOSINE is a naturally occurring nucleoside that has various biological functions in the body, including energy transfer and cell signaling. Recent studies have suggested that adenosine may have potential benefits for hair growth and may help prevent hair loss. Here are some possible modes of action of adenosine for hair loss:

1. Prolonging the anagen phase: Research has shown that adenosine can prolong the anagen (growth) phase of the hair cycle, leading to increased hair growth. By extending the anagen phase, adenosine may help reduce hair loss.

2. Stimulating hair follicle activity: Adenosine has been found to stimulate the activity of dermal papilla cells, which are essential for hair growth. By activating these cells, adenosine may promote the growth of new hair follicles and improve the overall hair growth rate.

3. Enhancing blood flow: Adenosine can act as a vasodilator, improving blood flow to the scalp. Increased blood flow to the hair follicles may result in better nutrient and oxygen delivery, supporting hair growth and reducing hair loss.

4. Regulating hair growth factors: Adenosine has been shown to influence the expression of growth factors, such as fibroblast growth factor-7 (FGF-7) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), which play crucial roles in hair follicle development and hair growth.

5. Inhibiting DHT: Adenosine may help inhibit the effects of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone associated with hair loss, particularly in male pattern baldness.


The combination of ingredients you listed has the potential to be beneficial for hair loss treatment. Many of these ingredients are found in hair care products formulated to promote hair growth, improve hair health, and combat hair loss. Some of their potential benefits:

1. Panax ginseng root extract: Ginseng has been used in traditional medicine for centuries and is believed to have properties that can promote hair growth and reduce hair loss by stimulating blood circulation and providing essential nutrients to hair follicles.

2. Hydrolyzed soy protein: This ingredient can help strengthen and moisturize hair, improving its overall health and resilience. It may also help reduce breakage and hair loss.

3. Dimethicone copolyol: This silicone-based polymer can provide a protective layer on the hair shaft, reducing breakage and improving overall hair health.

4. Acetyl tyrosine, arginine, citrulline, ornithine HCl: These amino acids are essential building blocks for hair growth and may help improve hair health and reduce hair loss.

5. Arctium majus root extract (Burdock root): Burdock root has been used in traditional medicine to improve hair health and promote hair growth. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help maintain a healthy scalp.

6. Zinc gluconate: Zinc is an essential mineral for hair growth and overall health. A deficiency in zinc has been linked to hair loss, so supplementing with zinc may help reduce hair loss and promote healthy hair growth.

7. Polyquaternium-11: This conditioning agent can help improve hair texture, making it more manageable and less prone to breakage.

8. Calcium pantothenate (Vitamin B5): This vitamin is essential for healthy hair growth and may help improve hair strength and thickness.

9. Glucosamine HCl: Glucosamine is an amino sugar that may help promote hair growth by providing essential nutrients to the hair follicles.

10. Niacinamide (Vitamin B3): Niacinamide can help improve blood circulation in the scalp, providing essential nutrients to the hair follicles and promoting healthy hair growth.

11. Biotin (Vitamin B7): Biotin is well-known for its role in hair health. It’s an essential nutrient for hair growth and is often used in hair loss treatments to promote stronger, healthier hair.


LYSOPHOSPHATIDIC ACID (LPA) is a bioactive lipid molecule that has been found to play a role in various physiological processes, including cell proliferation, differentiation, and migration. Recent research has suggested that LPA may also have potential benefits for hair loss treatment.

LPA appears to promote hair growth by stimulating the hair follicle cells and prolonging the anagen (growth) phase of the hair cycle. Here are some ways LPA may contribute to hair growth and potentially help with hair loss:

1. Activation of LPA receptors: LPA binds to specific cell surface receptors called lysophosphatidic acid receptors (LPARs). These receptors are expressed in various cell types, including hair follicle cells. The activation of LPARs by LPA has been shown to stimulate the proliferation and differentiation of hair follicle cells, promoting hair growth.

2. Prolonging the anagen phase: The anagen phase is the active growth phase of the hair cycle. LPA has been reported to prolong the anagen phase by promoting the proliferation of hair follicle cells and inhibiting their apoptosis (cell death). This may help maintain a longer growth phase, resulting in reduced hair loss and increased hair growth.

3. Regulation of hair follicle stem cells: LPA may also play a role in regulating the behavior of hair follicle stem cells. These cells are responsible for maintaining hair growth and regeneration. By influencing the stem cell behavior, LPA may contribute to the maintenance of hair growth and overall hair health.