Sandalore - Chemical Used In Perfumes To Mimic Sandalwood Triggers Growth?

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I don’t know if anyone has seen but there’s a sandalore with valproic acid on eBay. It’s 50$. It seems to have a few other ingredients that help with regrowth.
 

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No thanks..

Yeah, too expensive and easy to make on your own. I would make my own by adding the following to liquid min: Peppermint oil, Sandalore, Vitamin B12 (instead of Valproic acid), Castor oil, Taurine; and make a separate one with just Cetirizine and water since it doesn't seem to be stable in ethanol.
 

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Yeah, too expensive and easy to make on your own. I would make my own by adding the following to liquid min: Peppermint oil, Sandalore, Vitamin B12 (instead of Valproic acid), Castor oil, Taurine; and make a separate one with just Cetirizine and water since it doesn't seem to be stable in ethanol.
How would I make a Sandalore and peppermint oil topical?
 

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Adding it to liquid min would be the easiest. If you are not using that, then I would add them to castor oil and ethanol + polysorbate 80.
I’ve added them to ethanol & pg last night.. will top up with distilled water now.
 

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Anyone had success with sandalwood or sandalore? If so, how much do you apply? 0.1% solution?
 

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That's it. I wasn't taking anything else. as soon as sandalore failed for me, i started playing around with the mix, but that failed also. eventually i jumped onto the micro needling / rogaine bandwagon.... that gives me mixed results. I see good thickening / regrowth followed by weeks of sh*t looking hair. This whole thing is a joke.
What was your sandalore regimen? Daily? Once or twice? How did you make your mix and where or which sandalore brand?
 

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Only sandalore has shown to help with hair growth...not sandalwood.
So only the synthetic version? I guess that is good as sandalwood is super expensive. What is the topical formulation for sandalore?
 

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I’ve used & have Sandalore in different ways hasn’t done a thing.Perhaps added to a minoxidil cream might be a plus.
 

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I got my sandalore and mixed it with minoxidil. I'll be using 1% everyday and will report back.
 

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Would anyone be so kind as to tell me where Sandalore can be procured (ideally in Europe, but not necessarily) so I don't have to go through the whole thread?

I would wait for a little (I have the article, see attached). Not all odorants are safe for application.

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Damn, was not aware of this. Kinda worrying. So there might be a concentration of Sandalore that is high enough to do damage. Anyone know more about this topic?

Anyone got a link to that study so we can see what concentration of Sandalore they used, which would presumably be safe.

EDIT: Found the study: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022202X15365386

Update:
From the study: (https://www.morressier.com/article/...cebocontrolled-trial/5d4980cc8fb7e44098e72d08)

Patients treated daily with Bioscalin S-R® containing 1% Sandalore® showed reduced hair shedding, increased hair volume and increased percentage of anagen HFs significantly more than placebo. Treatment with Bioscalin S-R® containing 1% Sandalore® seems to prevent the reduction of hair shaft thickness and increasing the ratio of terminal/vellus hairs over time. Hair density was also tendentially increased, but just as in placebo. Most of the anti-hair shedding effects were seen already after 8 weeks and maintained at week 24.

Bioscalin S-R Information:

Ingredients​

Intensive strengthening and redensifying treatment:
Aqua, alcohol denat., PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, pentamethylcyclopent-3-ene-butanol, ethoxydiglycol, disodium EDTA, alcohol, sodium hydroxide, tocopherol, citric acid.

pentamethylcyclopent-3-ene-butanol -> It is the Sandalore I guess according to PubChem.

So, it's pretty much the same formula with Nioxin. Actually, Nioxin has a plus from Caffeine and Niacinamide. I guess then, that Nioxin it contains (probably) 1% of Sandalore like the study.

Kinda frustrating that they don't give the concentration, given the quote from the study above.

Where did you find the Nioxin ingredients? I can't find them on Amazon nor the link you gave.

I don’t know if anyone has seen but there’s a sandalore with valproic acid on eBay. It’s 50$. It seems to have a few other ingredients that help with regrowth.

Is the full list of ingredients available anywhere? They don't give it on ebay, as far as I can see, they just mention certain things like caffeine, but don't give the full list.
 
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Seuxin

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Hi, i use Sandalore at 1% since more of 1 year. No changes at all, will finish the bottle and not re-order. Like a lot of hairloss studies...a lot of bullshit.
 
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