Hair care – what researchers know about the human microbiom

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In a recent article Italian researchers reviewed studies of the human microbiome. They found, that nowadays the study of human microbiome represents a novel diagnostic and therapeutic approach to treat many human conditions, also including that strictly related to skin and scalp. The

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findings they included in their present work represent just an overview of a larger pioneer study on the involvement of changing of the microbiome in scalp diseases, especially that related to hair growth.

Role of unbalance of the normal resident microbial

Even just preliminary, our results strongly highlighted, for the first time, the role exerted by unbalancing on the normal resident microbial community in hair growth-related conditions. These findings could be crucial for the development of hair care products. The mini review has been published in the Journal of Translational Science (Journal of Translational Science, 2018 doi: 10.15761/JTS.1000234 Volume 4(6): 1-4)

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