Hair Accelerator Serum
Disrupting the Aesthetic Product Industry
The world’s first hair regrowth and skin care products that are completely transparent. Ingredients to admire with the perfect percentages of each ingredient. Only available to customers using our PRP hair regrowth program or skin treatments.
Hair Accelerator Serum is for those who want the most advanced and sought-after ingredients scientifically proven to assist in hair regrowth. It’s an ideal addition to your regular minoxidil application to enhance your results.
Hair Accelerator Serum combines the latest advancements in hair regrowth technology in a powerhouse of pure copper peptide, stimulating caffeine, calming antioxidants and restoring ceramides.
Copper peptide is used in its most pure and rare form, GHK-Cu Bis(Tripeptide-1) Copper Acetate. At an incredibly potent 0.2%, it’s one of the highest concentrations of copper peptide available on the market (and that’s why we don’t hide the concentration)! Hair-structuring amino acids are also included at an incredibly high 2%, while caffeine, ceramides and antioxidants are included at ideal concentrations to improve the condition of your scalp for optimal hair regrowth.
Irritation and inflammation can hinder hair growth. That’s why Hair Accelerator Serum is formulated to be gentle. If you currently use minoxidil comfortably, you will have no problem adding Hair Accelerator Serum to your regrowth routine.
About the Ingredients
ORIGIN OF INGREDIENT: AUSTRALIA
A copper binding peptide (PC1031) had the effect of follicular enlargement on the back skin of fuzzy rats, covering the vellus follicles; the effect was similar to that of topical minoxidil.
GHK doesn’t just get to work on hair growth in one way. It has a number of tools in its box, which it can employ at the same time (3): It has angiogenic properties. This means it improves circulation at capillary level. This is important for hair growth, as each follicle receives its blood and oxygen from a solitary capillary. As we get older, peripheral circulation in the capillaries can deteriorate, which in turn can lead to hair loss on the scalp.
GHK-Cu improves circulation at this micro-level, enabling follicles to continue to grow hair normally. This molecule, as we have seen, has anti-inflammatory properties. As hair loss is often triggered by an autoimmune reaction, which causes inflammation, this damage can be repaired quickly with the presence of GHK-Cu. As if that weren’t enough, GHK-Cu stimulates production of another inhibitor protein, which prevents follicles from becoming gradually smaller.
ORIGIN OF INGREDIENT: GERMANY
Ceramides are one of three types of oils found inside the cuticle of the hair. 18 MEA (methyl eicosanoic acid) and Cholesterol are the other two. Ceramides exist inside the hair cuticle to act as a cement of sorts, keeping the hair in tact. Hair cuticles are often thought of as densely packed shingles on a roof, and ceramides are the glue that keeps the shingles together (flattened, as opposed to raised).
Why Are Ceramides important?
Hair strength, elasticity, moisture retention, porosity, shine, smoothness, and resistance to weathering/breakage all depend upon how flattened cuticles are. Raised cuticles allow moisture to escape more readily, increasing porosity and the likelihood of breakage and weathering.
ORIGIN OF INGREDIENT: JAPAN
Amino acid complex (Lysine, Histidine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Threonine, Serine, Glutamic Acid, Proline, Glycine, Alanine, Valine, Methionine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Tyrosine, Phenylalanine, Cysteine)
Let’s look into these amino acids a little more.
- Cysteine Cysteine is, inarguably, the most crucial of amino acids for hair growth. Not only does it facilitate healthy hair growth, this amino acid also helps in stimulating new hair growth. Cysteine is a potent antioxidant that shields the hair from sun damage and other harmful radiations. Moreover, it has also been found to treat the symptoms of alopecia. And as if that weren’t enough, it also provides sulphur to hair cells to improve their texture and strength.
- Methionine Methionine is another essential amino acid for hair growth. This amino acid is a strong anti-oxidant and a warehouse of sulphur, a key ingredient for combating hair disorders. Methionine is a good lipotropic as it helps in breaking down fat and prevents fat accumulation in arteries and specific body areas. This functionality of methionine increases blood supply to the hair follicles and scalp, which further leads to hair growth. This amino acid also plays a role in the synthesis of collagen that is responsible for strengthening the hair shaft.
- Lysine Lysine helps in the formation of collagen by absorbing calcium. This collagen, as you already know, is essential for forming the basic structure of hair follicles, strengthening hair shafts, and boosting hair growth, in general. Lysine also stops 5-alpha reductase from converting testosterone into DHT, which is the main cause of androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness).
- Glycine Glycine is another amino acid that plays an important role in the production of collagen that is necessary for hair growth. Glycine also happens to play an essential part in the effective functioning of the digestive system and the central nervous system. This means that it protects the body against nerve disorders that could cause hair loss.
- Arginine The effect of arginine on hair growth is phenomenal. Being a precursor of nitric oxide, this amino acid is vital for healthy hair growth. Arginine regulates the level of nitrogen oxide in our body, which then stimulates the potassium opening of the cells. This results in the increased supply of blood to the root hair, thereby promoting hair growth. Arginine is also known to boost immune system activity to protect against the autoimmune diseases that can have a drastic effect on your hair, like androgenic alopecia. Moreover, it also protects your hair from the detrimental effect of bleaching and coloring.
- Cystine Hold up right there – don’t confuse this cystine with the the cysteine that we discussed earlier. Cystine is a non-essential amino acid that has been proven to stimulate hair regrowth and fight hair loss. Nearly ten to fourteen percent of our skin and hair is formed of this amino acid. Cystine in our body is formed by disulfide bonding of two cysteine molecules. This dual bonding of amino acids in cystine provides strength to the hair shafts. Besides, this amino acid is also known to improve the immunity of our body to fight any kind of infection.
- Tyrosine Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid that is produced in our body naturally and is responsible for hair and skin coloration. This is because it helps in the production of melanin. It has also been known to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, and other stress-related problems that could cause hair fall and hinder healthy hair growth.
- Glutamine Glutamine’s role in hair growth is quite tangential. Let me break it down for you – the main component of hair is keratin, which contains large amounts of cysteine. The synthesis of cysteine requires a large amount of sulfur. This sulfur is delivered to the scalp with the help of glutamine. 9. Proline Proline is a fairly non-essential amino acid that helps in the production of collagen and plays a role in maintaining muscle tissues.
ORIGIN OF INGREDIENT: EUROPE
Applied to hair follicles, caffeine may act as a stimulant to hair-growing cell’s metabolisms.
At 6 months, the group of the 5% minoxidil solution showed a mean improvement in anagen ratio of the trichogram of 11.68%, and the group of the 0.2% caffeine solution had an anagen improvement of 10.59%. The difference of mean values between both groups was 1.09%. The statistical analysis was performed and reported in accordance with the CONSORT Guidelines 2010 for reporting of noninferiority and equivalence randomized trials.
A caffeine-based topical liquid should be considered as not inferior to minoxidil 5% solution in men with androgenetic alopecia. The main benefit of caffeine is that it can help promote hair growth straight from the root in the initial phases of hair growth. It does this through targeting a hormone called ‘DHT’, which causes hair loss. DHT can prevent vitamins, proteins and minerals from helping hair follicles to grow. Caffeine combats this by causing hair cells to produce more ‘ATP’, which is a form of energy that encourages hair to grow, helping you achieve dreamy Rapunzel-esque tresses.