Nanogen is a brand of hair care products, amongst which Nanogaine topical, Nanoguard shampoo and a recently introduced novelty - Nanogen scalproller - are the key components in the fight against hereditary baldness. Nanogaine is said to stimulate hair growth by protecting the hair follicles from inflammation and to prolong the growth phase of hair. The three main active substances of Nanogaine are copper peptides (bio-mimetic form of superoxide dismutase SOD, which has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties), Capilecti glycoprotein (believed to expand the growth phase of hair) and Lo-Seb complex (believed to reduce sebum output and increase the percentage of hair in the growth phase). Nanoguard is a shampoo that is claimed to inhibit formation of DHT in the scalp. The main active ingredients include superoxide dismutase (SOD), zinc combined with vitamin B6 and extracts from saw palmetto (this little palm fruit seems to be indispensable in natural hair loss products, although its mechanism of action and efficacy are unknown), pygeum africanum, stinging nettle and green tea.
Consumer reviews of Nanogaine and Nanoguard are practically impossible to find. It appears that not too many people have tried them so far. Consumer reviews of other copper peptide-based products such as Tricomin and Folligen might be useful in assessing the potency of Nanogaine. Nanoguard is a shampoo and thus the confident claims of its manufacturer regarding its mode of action and comparisons with Propecia should be taken with a grain of salt.
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