Bioxcin Quantum Serum
Why Should I use Bioxcin Quantum Serum?
We did manufacture Bioxcin Quantum Serum using more full concentrations of active ingredients than shampoo.
We produce Bioxcin Quantum Serum using more full concentrations of active ingredients than shampoo. It provides targeted hair grafts’ repair with its Bio-ActivPeptides and makes hair look thicker and thicker from the first few days of using it.
Bioxcin Quantum Serum helps prevent hair loss by feeding the hair follicles with Bio complex B11.
The instrumental analysis test result of the additives in the formulation on the hair bundles. ( Unipharma on 29.10.2015CosmeticBasis test results by Research & Development)
BIO COMPLEX B11
Bioxcin Quantum Serum contains flavonoids, vitamins, and minerals.
Vitamins in Bioxcin Quantum Serum are (A, B1, B2, B5, and B9): Help strengthen hair strands.
Vitamin A in Bioxcin Quantum Serum
All cells need vitamin A for growth, including hair, the fastest-growing tissue in the human body. Vitamin A also helps skin glands make an oily substance called sebum. Sebum moisturizes the scalp and helps keep hair healthy, which is in Bioxcin Quantum Serum.
Vitamin B1 in Bioxcin Quantum Serum – also known as thiamine (or thiamin) – is part of the B-complex of vitamins. In mouse models, severe vitamin B1 deficiencies lead to rapid weight loss, neurological decline, and hair loss. However, thiamine repletion studies (and studies on humans) suggest that this hair loss seems less related to a loss of vitamin B1 and more associated with rapid weight loss. Here we’ll dive into the specific studies on vitamin B1, hair health, and more.
Not getting enough vitamin B2 could negatively affect your health, including excess blood (hyperemia), skin disorders, and hair loss.
Vitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, combines with other nutrients to rebuild the individual hair shafts, often damaged by blow-driers or heated hair tools, shampooing too often, or sun exposure.
Just as getting the proper nutrients helps keep your skin and internal organs healthy, nutrients can affect your hair growth too. When taken on time as recommended, folic acid (vitamin B-9) is just one of the nutrients that can promote overall healthy hair.
• Minerals (Copper, Zinc, Iron, Calcium): It nourishes the hair.
Bioxcin Quantum Serum contains Zinc, which plays an essential role in hair tissue and hair grafts’ growth and repairs them. Zinc also helps keep the proper oil glands around the grafts working correctly. Hair loss and weak hair grafts are common symptoms of zinc deficiency. Studies show zinc supplements reduce hair loss caused by zinc deficiency ( 16, 17 ).
Bioxcin Quantum Serum contains copper, and because copper plays an essential role in melanin formation, a lack of copper can affect a person’s hair. Melanin is necessary for a person’s hair’s pigmentation (color). Therefore, some doctors theorize that low copper levels could affect a person’s hair color, potentially leading to premature graying hair.
When we don’t have enough iron, our bodies can’t produce the hemoglobin in our blood. Hemoglobin’s main task is carrying oxygen for the growth and repair of cells in our bodies, including the cells that stimulate hair growth. With treatment, we can help reverse both iron deficiency and hair loss.
Therefore, it is essential to include calcium-rich foods to maintain your skin’s health. It is also necessary for your hair’s health, as calcium deficiency is one of the main reasons for hair loss. You should have calcium-rich foods if you are experiencing loss or hair thinning.
• Flavonoids (Kemferol, Apigenin, Myricetin): Protects hair strands from damage.
Researchers found the bioactive compounds isolated from Alpinia to promote hair cell growth markedly. Kaempferol-3-O-β-d-glucuronide (KOG) and Labdadiene, two isolated compounds, increased human follicle dermal papilla cells’ proliferation 117%–180% and 132%–226%, respectively, at 10–100 μM.
Androgen-inducible in Bioxcin Quantum Serum transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta1) derived from (DPCs) dermal papilla cells is a catagen inducer that mediates hair growth suppression in (AGA) androgenetic alopecia. In this study, a cell-based assay system was developed to monitor TGF-beta1 promoter activity and then to estimate the effects of activated TGF-beta1 promoter in human epidermal keratinocytes (HaCaT).
To achieve this, the researchers did construct a PMetLuc-TGF-beta1 promoter plasmid that expresses the luciferase reporter gene in response to TGF-beta1 promoter activity. Treatment of dihydrotestosterone with HaCaT, which is known to be a primary element of AGA, resulted in a concentration-dependent increase in TGF-beta1 promoter effectiveness. But, treatment of HaCaT with the TGF-beta1 inhibitor, curcumin, resulted in a concentration-dependent decrease in TGF-beta1 expression. Posterior use of this assay system to screen TGF-beta1 revealed that HaCaT treated with apigenin showed decreased levels of TGF-beta1 expression. The treatment with apigenin also significantly increased the proliferation of SV40T-DPCs (human DPCs) and HaCaT cells.
Moreover, apigenin in Bioxcin Quantum Serum stimulated the elongation of hair follicles in a rat hair follicle. When you take them together, these findings suggest that apigenin, which is known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumor properties, stimulates hair growth through the downregulation TGF-beta1 gene. These results indicate that people suffering hair loss using this assay system to quantitatively measure the TGF-beta1 promoter activity in HaCaT, thereby assisting in screening elements supporting hair grafts and growth.
People used Myricetin to:
• to investigate its effect on the end product (AGE)- bovine serum albumin-mediated phosphorylation of mitogen-activated protein kinase(ERK1)
• as a standard for quantifying phenolics from noni plant extracts using high-performance (HPLC) liquid chromatography.
• as a standard level for characterization of phenolic compounds from Hibiscus sabdariffa using ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography(UHPLC)
• Unsaturated Fatty Acids (Omega-6, Omega-9): It is effective against hair loss.
Bioxcin Quantum Serum contains Omega‑6, another essential fatty acid our bodies cannot produce alone. Omega-6 supports brain development and the immune system and helps regulate blood pressure. When it comes to hair, omega‑6: Stimulates hair growth.
Information by researchers indicates that omega 9 makes hair grow stronger and faster. However, for dermatologist Adriano Almeida, director of the Brazilian Hair Society, omega 9 has another benefit for hair growth: “It has as its main representative oleic acid, which has hydration power,” he explains.
According to the experts, other benefits of this acid for hair growth are the partial repair of damages caused by external elements such as flat iron and straighteners and an increase in brightness.
It is a formula consisting of 18 amino acids enriched with peptides that attach to the hair. It is a functional equivalent to peptides present in human hair and contains specific peptides of cortex and cuticle layers.
How to Use Bioxcin Quantum Hair Serum?
1. You need to break the glass ampoule with a unique apparatus.
2. You need to attach the application head to the required area.
3. You should start to apply the serum to the required area.
4. Start massaging with your fingers for a few minutes.
5. Please do not rinse your hair.
6. Keep the serum on your hair until the next wash.
When Should I Use Bioxcin Quantum Hair Serum?
Using Bioxcin Quantum Hair Serum once every two days – three times a week – can guarantee the best results.