Supported by research
In true baldness patients
In 3 public hospitals

Clinical Study Model

A clinical research-level efficacy study by a team of dermatologists and scientists at three public hospitals.

In 87 male volunteers with baldness, a randomized study was compared with a placebo and hair growth stimulant minoxidil.

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Clinical research in public hospitals
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Male volunteers with baldness

Pumthong, G., Asawanonda, P., Varothai, S., Jariyasethavong, V., Triwongwaranat, D., Suthipinittharm, P., Ingkaninan, K., Leelapornpisit, P., Waranuch, N. (2012) Curcuma aeruginosa, a novel botanically derived 5α-reductase inhibitor in the treatment of male-pattern baldness:a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. J Dermatology Treat. 23: 385-392.

Clinical Study Model

A clinical research-level efficacy study by a team of dermatologists and scientists at three public hospitals.

In 87 male volunteers with baldness, a randomized study was compared with a placebo and hair growth stimulant minoxidil.

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Clinical research in public hospitals
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Male volunteers with baldness

Pumthong, G., Asawanonda, P., Varothai, S., Jariyasethavong, V., Triwongwaranat, D., Suthipinittharm, P., Ingkaninan, K., Leelapornpisit, P., Waranuch, N. (2012) Curcuma aeruginosa, a novel botanically derived 5α-reductase inhibitor in the treatment of male-pattern baldness:a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. J Dermatology Treat. 23: 385-392.

Research result

The results of this research showed that the extracts of Curcuma aeruginosa Roxb.

Helps increase hai growth from hair loss problems, baldness, some significant hair,

compared to the placebo group and showing results equivalent to minoxidil

GLOBAL PHOTOGRAPHIC REVIEW

Picture from research

Before Used 6 MonthBefore Used 6 Month
Before Used 6 MonthBefore Used 6 Month

Research result

The results of this research showed that the extracts of Curcuma aeruginosa Roxb. helps increase hair growth
from hair loss problems, baldness, some significant hair, compared to the placebo group
And showing results equivalent to minoxidil
GLOBAL PHOTOGRAPHIC REVIEW

Picture from research

Before Used 6 MonthBefore Used 6 Month
Before Used 6 MonthBefore Used 6 Month

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Worst” level.

Placebo 0%
Germacrone Extract 0%
Minoxidil 0%
Mix Extract 0%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Unaltered” level.

Placebo 32%
Germacrone Extract 19%
Minoxidil 18%
Mix Extract 0%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Better” level.

Placebo 68%
Germacrone Extract 81%
Minoxidil 82%
Mix Extract 100%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Worst” level.

Placebo 0%
Germacrone Extract 0%
Minoxidil 0%
Mix Extract 0%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Unaltered” level.

Placebo 32%
Germacrone Extract 19%
Minoxidil 18%
Mix Extract 0%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth at the “Better” level.

Placebo 68%
Germacrone Extract 81%
Minoxidil 82%
Mix Extract 100%

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth.

81%

Satisfied

Evaluate the satisfaction of the subjects on hair growth.

81%

Satisfied

Measured by the camera by measuring method to estimate the number of hair per square cm.

TARGET AREA HAIR COUNT (TAHC)

Images from the Visio Scan machine before and after research (0.25 cm²)

Images from the Visio Scan machine before and after research (0.25 cm²)

Measured by the camera by measuring method to estimate the number of hair per square cm.

TARGET AREA HAIR COUNT (TAHC)

Images from the Visio Scan machine

before and after research (0.25 cm²)

Images from the Visio Scan machine before and after research (0.25 cm²)

Increased hair density

21%

Increased hair density

21%

Skin permeability research

Through research to test skin permeability by skin penetration study model

Found that the extract from Wan Mahamek Using specific extraction technology to actually penetrate the skin

Safety

Pass the safety test Without products Skin irritation problems the extract does not cause

Causing both acute and chronic toxicity, including not destroying normal cells (Fibroblast) as well

Skin permeability research

Through research to test skin permeability by skin penetration study model

Found that the extract from Wan Mahamek Using specific extraction technology to actually penetrate the skin

Safety

Pass the safety test Without products Skin irritation problems

The extract does not cause Causing both acute and chronic toxicity, including not destroying normal cells (Fibroblast) as well

Research award

Research award