Zinc Thymulin (ZT) is used to regenerate hair lost as a result of androgenic alopecia. Hair loss occurs in a large percentage of the adult human population and increases in prevalence with increasing age. Hair loss occurs in males and in females, but is more prevalent in males. In the western population it is estimated that 50% of the male population have noticeable hair loss by 50 years of age. The most common form of hair loss in men is termed androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness). Most hair loss involves inactivation of hair follicles. This means hair follicles cease to grow hair. Literature also suggests that the thinning of the fat scalp layer due to age can contribute to hair loss. This occurs through inactivation of the stem cells, which regulate hair growth. A deficiency of Zinc will also lead to hair loss.
Zinc and thymulin are two natural compounds involved in hair follicle growth found to promote hair growth. Combined into a foam or dropper solution, ZT can be applied to the scalp and treats hair loss and bald patches. Additionally, it can initiate the anagen hair growth phase. This is the active growth phase of hair follicles during which the root of the hair divides rapidly.
Testing has shown to be safe and effective, with proven clinical results published in the peer reviewed medical journal Hair Therapy and Transplantation.
Annamarie Salyer FNP-C is a peptide therapy specialist at Bion Aesthetics and Med Spa in Indianapolis, IN offering Zinc Thymulin for patients near Greenwood, IN, Carmel, IN, and Fishers, IN. She offers many types of peptide therapy treatments. Annamarie will discuss your desired results so she can help you determine which peptide therapy treatment for helping you achieve the results you seek.
What is Thymulin?
Thymulin is a nonapeptide hormone derived from the thymus gland. Early reports of thymus extract stimulating hair growth was discovered in 1986 and 2000. The activity of the hormone is reliant on the mineral Zinc, which is why it is referred to as Zinc Thymulin. ZT also induces differentiation of T-cells.
In cosmetic products, ZT:
- Tightens loose skin and improves elasticity, skin density, and firmness,
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduces photo damage and hyperpigmentation
- Increases keratinocyte proliferation
Benefits of Zinc Thymulin
- Improves hair growth
- Improves quantity of hair
- Prevents hair loss
- Improves endogenous hair pigmentation
- A variety of alopecia states can be treated
- Both women and men can be treated
- Treatment may be combined with known other hair restoration methods
In the study “An Analysis of the Safety and Efficacy of Topical Zinc-Thymulin to treat Androgenetic Alopecia“ Zinc Thymulin demonstrates no adverse systemic effects. This includes local side effects of redness, scalp irritation, and deterioration of hair color, quality or quantity.
Topical applications of ZT demonstrated safety and established efficacy for initiating and maintaining anagen to treat male pattern baldness when applied for 6 months.
Schedule a consultation today for Zinc Thymulin in Indianapolis, IN
Do you live near Greenwood, IN, Carmel, IN or Fishers, IN, and want to find out more about Zinc Thymulin? If so, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with Annamarie Salyer FNP-C at Bion Aesthetics and Med Spa in Indianapolis, IN to determine if this peptide therapy is right for you.