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Baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, is a condition that afflicts millions of people worldwide. In recent years, regenerative medicine has made great strides in providing innovative solutions to address this problem. One such solution is regenerative bulb stem cell therapy, a revolutionary treatment that promises to stimulate miniaturized hair. Dr. Chiara Insalaco, an authority in the field of regenerative therapies, recently discussed the use of this system in an interview.

Bulb stem cell regenerative therapy works by isolating stem cells from the bulb through a mechanical process. This process, which uses specific filters, allows only stem cells to pass through. These stem cells are then used to stimulate miniaturized hair, offering new hope to those struggling with baldness.

Who Can Benefit from Regenerative Therapy?

Regenerative therapy is not a universal solution for all types of baldness. It is particularly effective for those who have hair that is not very fine, suffering from androgenetic alopecia, which tends to miniaturize. This means that the hair is not completely lost, but is becoming thinner and weaker.

For those who have too much advanced baldness, regenerative therapy may not be the best choice. This is because regenerative therapy works by stimulating miniaturized hair, and if the hair is completely lost, there is no hair to stimulate.

The Role of Anti-DHT Therapies

A key element in the treatment of baldness is the fight against DHT, or dihydrotestosterone. DHT is a hormone that can contribute to hair miniaturization, leading to baldness. Dr. Insalaco stresses the importance of following anti-DHT therapies in daily life, and then giving an additional boost with regenerative therapy.

Anti-DHT therapies can include the use of drugs, such as finasteride, that block DHT production, or lotions and shampoos that help reduce DHT levels in the scalp. These treatments can help slow or stop hair miniaturization, creating a more favorable environment for regenerative therapy.

Efficacy and Limitations of Regenerative Therapy

Despite the promise of regenerative therapy, it is important to recognize that it has its limitations. Regenerative therapies are effective and widely accepted. They are also used in hospital settings for even more serious problems, so they are scientificallyvalidated. However, not all patients respond in the same way, and response rates can vary from patient to patient.

This means that while some patients may see significant results with regenerative therapy, others may not notice much change. It is important that patients have realistic expectations when undergoing this type of treatment and understand that a combined approach may be needed to achieve the best results.

Objectives of Regenerative Therapy

The main goal of regenerative therapy is not necessarily to regrow all lost hair, but rather to maintain existing hair and prevent further loss. Many patients underestimate this aspect. If androgenetic alopecia goes untreated or is treated incorrectly, the patient is sure to experience worsening.

Therefore, the purpose of this regenerative therapy, in addition to giving a visible result that may encourage the patient himself in undertaking between therapies, is to maintain hair for a long period of time. This may mean slowing or stopping the progression of baldness, or even reversing miniaturization in some cases.


In conclusion, regenerative therapy with bulb stem cells represents a promising treatment strategy for androgenetic alopecia. However, it is essential that patients continue to follow daily anti-DHT therapies to achieve the best long-term results.

Regenerative therapy is a rapidly evolving field, and new research and developments are continuously improving the efficacy and accessibility of these treatments. While regenerative therapy may not be the right solution for everyone, it offers new hope for those struggling with baldness.

As a reminder, each treatment should be tailored to the patient’s individual needs and it is always important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new treatment. Dr. Chiara Insalaco and her team are available to provide further information and advice on this innovative therapy.