A new way to combat hair loss found experts from the University of Manchester in England. It turned out that the substance that used in perfumes to simulate the smell of sandalwood can stimulate the growth of hair in humans. It is reported in the publication Nature Communications.
How did you find the researchers, the substance sandalor at the impact on the receptor OR2AT4 in follicular hair increased growth and reduced the number of dead cells. The experiment involved 20 female volunteers.
Scientists plan to continue research, but now say that they are on the verge of solving the problem of baldness.