Kelopseia: A Turkish Cream to Cure Hair Loss?

Will Kelopseia Cure Hair Loss?

Well, they said 2016 would be the year we discovered a cure for hair loss, and unless we are seriously missing something, it looks many of us will be left disappointed for at least another year.

In 2015, a research team from Yeditepe University in Turkey announced they would be launching a hair loss treatment cream. The team is headed by Prof. Fikrettin Sahin, head of the Department of Genetics and Bioengineering at Yeditepe University. The news was made public during a press conference that was held at Yeditepe University. The cream apparently contains molecular derivatives of stem cells taken from newborn foreskins.

The Theory

For those of you wondering, yes, thwe formula does indeed contain foreskin from babies. Surprisingly, this is not the first time foreskin has been used as the source of a hair growth product. Histogen has been using fibroblast cells from newborn foreskins for some years now.

The theory behind this is that any type of stem cell in a newborn baby, including foreskin, is highly potent due to the fact it still needs to reach its peak of development and growth of hair, and the generation in the tissue and organs.

 Will it work?

The only image we could find relating to this mysterious new cream is a supposed before and after image (above) of a woman's scalp.  We are yet to see any product images or branding for this cream.

The project does sound like an ambitious one, based on principles that have obviously had some success in past studies, but we would recommend caution until the cream is officially released. Do not get your hopes up, because the signs do not look good.

We are now well into 2017 and we still do not know when the release date for this cream will be. As soon as we hear any news on this product, we will update you.

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