WIGMORE News (UK Media)

Wigmore News

Nanogen scientists have successfully pioneered a brand new technology designed to improve hair growth. This unique technology is a synthetic copy of your natural Hair Growth Factors, or “Cytokines” as they’re known scientifically, which are signals your body makes naturally to maintain healthy hair growth.

Nanogen creates Hair Growth Factors utilising cutting edge technology, then harnesses them in a line of salon products to give your hair a significant boost – in an entirely natural way.

Expert Dermatologists and hair transplant surgeons alike have been quick to use and recommend Nanogen’s Hair Growth Factor range, and independent ex vivo trials show Nanogen hair growth factors in action, maintaining hair growth over 230% more than the minoxidil control.

Experts are heralding this advancement as the long-awaited ‘next step’ in hair regeneration and retention. Unlike previous breakthroughs, the complex is designed to be as effective on women as it is on men and is subject to international patent protection.

Nanogen CEO Elliot Isaacs commented, “This development is testament to the many years of hard work from a team committed to delivering the very best in hair retention. We’re extremely proud to to be able to help the millions of men and women around the world.”

FHM (UK Media)

Nanogen Fibres and Aquamatch are considered as the magic potions for thinning hair

The Saturday (UK Media)

Nanogen Fibres – 1 of the 10 things that Marc Warren really can’t do without

The Sun (UK Media)

Nanogen Hair Growth Factor Treatment Serum has been nominated as one of the best hair loss products by The Sun newspaper in UK

The Daily Telegraph (UK Media)

The Daily Telegraph

Nanogen Fibres are available in a range of colours so they can be blended into your own hair to make it appear thicker; a lock-in spray keeps them attached.

METRO (UK Media)

METRO

Gordon Ramsay recently spent £30,000 to patch up his hair loss. But he could have had a lot left over if he had conquered his thinning hair problem with the help of a £15 hair product called Nanogen Fibres, which works by coating remaining hairs with microscopic fibres.

The fibres cling to hairs with static electricity and create fir tree-like patterns to plump up hair, cover bald spots and mask receding hairlines.

One of its fans is prison officer John Banks, who says children used to call him Friar Tuck. He says Nanogen Fibres restored his confidence. Mr Banks, from Eastbourne,said: ‘My only concern was if it started to come out, especially in rain. I’ve been out and about and never had any problems, even when it’s wet. It only comes out when you wash it properly.’

His fiancée, Claire Sharman, said: ‘The idea of hair coming out of a can is a little bizarre. But I took it all back when I saw the results. It’s no different to me using hair straighteners or fake eyelashes.’

So, is it a cure for baldness? Alas, no. The chemicals need some hair to cling to.