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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.
How would I make a Sandalore and peppermint oil topical?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.
What was your sandalore regimen? Daily? Once or twice? How did you make your mix and where or which sandalore brand?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.
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:
La lozione restituisce densità e volume alla capigliatura, riattivando la sua naturale forza ed esaltandone la bellezza originaria.farmaestense.it
IngredientsIntensive 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.