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Stimulation of hair growth by targeting FGF7 + noggin genes

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Mibelle Biochemistry

An extract of pea sprouts was found to strongly upregulate the FGF7 and noggin genes, two important triggers for a new hair growth phase. In an anti-hair loss study, phototrichograms confirmed the efficacy of the pea sprout extract to significantly increase the ratio of anagen to telogen hair.

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