(syracuse.com) – Japanese scientists at Yokohama National University (YMU) have found dimethylpolysiloxane can help mass produce hair follicles, which can grow hair when transplanted into mice. Metro reports the rodents had furry backs and scalps within days.
According to MSN, preliminary tests suggest the “simple” method could also be used on humans suffering from hair loss.
Dimethylpolysiloxane, which is found in silicone, is added to the cooking oil McDonald’s uses to cook french fries to keep it from frothing, according to Business Insider.
I’m not gonna let me hair go down without a fight.
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