“We report that topical delivery of quercetin stimulates resting hair follicles to grow with rapid follicular keratinocyte proliferation and replenishes perifollicular microvasculature in mice.”
Just like the other senolytic.
And Spermidine might have the same effect (on some people).
Consider dissolving quercetin in DMSO.
quercetin product 10005169.pdf (165.9 KB)
Would Quercetin Dihydriate also work or does it have to be “hydrate” form?
I would get BestVite brand of Quercetin.
“Contains NO artificial color, sugar, salt, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg or preservatives.”
Dissolve the powder without the capsules in DMSO and apply.
I have no financial interest in BestVite.
I am a user of their products.
The Ascorbyl Palmitate may be an added bonus:
“What does ascorbyl palmitateAscorbyl (vitamin C ester) do for the skin?
Ascorbyl Palmitate has the ability to penetrate skin tissue and stimulate collagen production. This makes Ascorbyl Palmitate a great ingredient for anti-aging treatments, smoothing wrinkles and fine lines, evening skin tone and protecting skin from free-radical damage.”
Also if it dissolves in DMSO it will dissolve in Transcutol.
I’ve read that umami can promote hair growth, so I wear a cheeseburger on my head.