Dr. Klein's New Research Study

New York Hair Regrowth Trial double blinded clinical hair restoration trial at Dr. Oscar Klein's clinic in New York, year 2013's most exciting new trial for men and women with hair loss and thinning hair in the New York, New Jersey tri-state area.

HURRY! Trial is Free of Charge
But only a Fixed Number of Openings Available
Not All Applications are Guaranteed


Dr. Oscar Klein is one of the world's most highly respected specialists for hair loss and various kinds of hair and scalp disorders. For almost 20 years, Dr. Klein has always been at the forefront in hair restoration; personally compounding the most comprehensive line of hair loss regimen ever featured on HairSite. Over the years, Dr. Klein has performed countless free hair loss consultation for both men and women and has treated thousands with success.

Year 2013's Most Exciting
New Trial for Hair Regrowth
Non Surgical, Non Invasive Treatment

As part of his commitment and dedication to ongoing research for the most effective hair loss treatment, Dr. Klein is offering a brand new double blinded clinical trial for both men and women with hair loss and thinning hair in the New York and New Jersey area. This new trial is designed and supervised by Dr. Klein himself. The treatment protocol is non-surgical and non-invasive to the trial participant.




Genuine Clinical Trial for 6 Months
NO COST to All Test Subjects

This is a genuine trial for 6 months, free of charge for the entire duration of the trial. Full details and eligibility requirement as follow:

         Open to both men and women with hair loss and thinning hair;

         Must be between the age of 22 and 65 years old;

         Trial last a full 6 month period;

         No cost to participate during the entire trial period;

         No cost for the hair loss treatment during the entire trial period;

         Must visit Dr. Klein's clinic in New York monthly for evaluation and photo documentation;

If you are interested in participating in this exciting new trial for hair loss and hair regrowth, please complete the form below.
Dr. Klein will contact you directly with details.

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PROCAPIL - Biotinoyl Tripeptide .

Dr. Klein in his continuing efforts to improve his hair loss treatment formulations has recently added Biotinoyl Tripeptide to all his hair Formulas. Biotinoyl Tripeptide is a natural herbal compound also known by the trade name (Procapil). This compound is topical with no side effects and help fight against hair thinning, alopecia and DHT blockage.

Biotinoyl Tripeptide has active compounds that improve and help anchor the hair follicle more firmly in the scalp. It also promotes cell communication and increases metabolism in the follicles thus producing an anti-aging effect within the hair follicle. In testing, it has been shown that biotinoyl tripeptide dramatically thickens cells in the hair bulb, (the only live part of the hair), thus anchoring the hair more firmly in the follicle and preventing premature loss. Biotinoly Tripeptide also lessens the harmful effect of DHT thereby increasing the blood circulation to the hair follicle and rejuvenating it.

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Recently a UK based company Intercytex has claimed limited success in human subjects in their hair cloning research. Their methods are similar to the research done by Dr. Colin Jahoda published (Nature Vol. 402, Nov 4, 1999 Trans-gender induction of hair follicles.) Their theory is that certain cells (fibroblasts) that are located at the ends of the hair follicles can be separated from it when they are removed and used to form new hair follicles. Fibroblasts are germinal cells that can produce new tissue.

The procedure is that a few hair follicles are removed from the back of the scalp. They are dissected and the fibroblast cells are placed in a dish and incubated in a special medium and are allowed to multiply thousands of times. Then these hundreds of thousands of cells are injected into a balding area of the scalp where they create new hair follicles, obviously this increases the total number of hairs on the head. The most recent testing only involved half a dozen volunteers and involved a very small test are, however, the majority of the volunteers grew hair in the test area. Intercytex plans to test a larger number of volunteers this year with a larger test area of the scalp. If the results are very positive as they hope they will be, they expect that this new cloning technology will be on the market within the next five to six years.

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Melatonin increases Hair Growth in Women

It is well know that certain hormones like testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT) effect hair growth and hair loss in humans. However researchers in Germany* have found that melatonin has a positive effect for hair growth in women with diffused or androgenetic hair loss.

A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study was performed on 40 women with diffuse or androgenetic hair loss. A 0.1% solution of melatonin or a placebo was applied to the scalp daily for six months. Trichograms were performed to elevate the rate of hair growth. Blood samples were taken throughout the study to access physiological melatonin levels.

The researchers found that the melatonin treated women who had androgenetic hair loss had a significant increase in anagen hair growth in (vertex) occipital area (n=12; p=0.012) and melatonin also produced a significant increase in frontal hair growth in women with diffuse hair loss (n=28; p=0.046).

Our conclusion, although this is a single small study, the results show that topically applied melatonin may result in promoting the anagen (growth) phase in humans. However, more research needs to be conducted in this area to substantiate the findings.

*Br J Dermatol 2004 Feb;150(2) : 341-5 (ISSN: 0007-0963)
Fischer TW; Burmeister G; Schmidt HW; Elsner P
Department of Dermatology and Allergology
Erfurter Strasse 35, D-07740 Jena, Germany.

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