KAMIWAZA – NATURAL HAIR GROWTH STIMULATOR
KAMI – hair, Vasa – miraculous power, which can be translated: an excellent hair care product. It is made of plant extracts according to a recipe that combines traditional herbal knowledge with the latest biotechnology developed in Japan. It acts as a bio-stimulant on the cells of the hair follicles, causing the hair to regrow and restoring a healthy look to damaged hair. Dermatological tests confirmed the high effectiveness of the preparation. KAMIWAZA is one of the few preparations with documented clinical activity stimulating the cells of the hair follicle.
|Beech bark extract – contains phenolic compounds. Supports the functioning of the hair follicles.||Beech bark extract – contains phenolic compounds. Supports the functioning of the hair follicles.||Burdock juice contains polyacetylene compounds, essential oils, sterols, inulin supporting the functioning of the scalp cells||Nettle juice contains chlorophylls a and b, xanthophylls, beta-carotene, vitamins from the K group. It has a positive effect on the structure of the hair regulates the secretion of sebum.|
KAMIWAZA – how does it work?
Many factors, such as nutrition, food and environmental pollution (air, water), side effects of drugs, type of work, mental stress, trigger excessive amounts of oxygen free radicals in the cells, which leads to the so-called oxidative stress. Stress, regardless of the type of factor that caused it, leads to an excessive production of free radicals that damage proteins and cause cell death. Reactive oxygen weakens the network of structural proteins, the so-called the cell “skeleton” (see Fig. 1 – damaged cell). Damage to the hair follicle cells is the direct cause of pathological hair loss and alopecia. Without recognizing this mechanism, the operation of most of the hair regrowth stimulants used so far was accidental and ineffective.
The main question was, how can this negative influence of stress factors be limited or neutralized? After examining hundreds of natural compounds derived from medicinal plants, substances were isolated that significantly increased the activity of several important anti-stress enzymes in the hair follicle cells, mainly the SOD enzyme, which by neutralizing the excess of reactive oxygen prevents stress damage. They also isolated substances that strongly increased the activity of chaperones that repair stress-damaged enzyme, structural and other proteins, thus restoring health to cells and hair (see Figure 2 – “repaired” cell). The results of these studies provided the basis for the development of a formula for the natural biostimulator KAMIWAZA.
|Fig. 1 Diagram of a fragment of a cell damaged by stress 1) lipid membranes damaged by stress 2) Proteins – receptors reacting to signals from outside the cell (e.g. hormones): inactive due to changing their shape and displacement after damage to structural proteins 3) Other proteins transmitting signals from outside the cell: inactive due to the change in their shape and displacement after damage to structural proteins 4) Complex of proteins carrying out biochemical reactions: inactive due to changing the shape of the reacting domains and lack of interaction 5) Structural proteins forming the cell’s structural network that proteins -receptors, protein complexes, various cell structures (so-called organelles), in the right places in the cell; damaged by stress.|
|Fig. 2 Diagram of a fragment of a cell “repaired” by chaperones and other repair systems 1) Lipid membranes 2) Proteins – receptors responding to signals from outside the cell; a protein receptor located outside the cell ready to receive a signal (by reactions, for example, with a hormone) and transmit it inside the cell 3) Other proteins transmitting signals from the outside of the cell: receptors outside the cell o 4) Complex of proteins carrying out biochemical reactions: appropriate domain shape enzymatic proteins bind them into an active complex 4) Complex of proteins carrying out biochemical reactions: activated. 5) Structural proteins that make up the cell’s structural network that keeps proteins-receptors, protein complexes, various cell structures (so-called organelles) in the right places in the cell.|