Hailed as a breakthrough in the science of hair loss, cellular hair regeneration is a cutting-edge technique that promises to address the riddle of the finite number of hair follicles. In the past, hair loss treatments, including surgical transplantation or medication, faced a troublesome problem: the finite number of hairs on an individual's head limited the degree of redistribution possible. Once a person begins to lose hair, his or her supply of hair-generating follicles necessarily diminishes. For clients who are considerably bald, there often isn't enough hair on the back of the head to make up for the loss on top, leaving the client with a make-do patchwork of thinly implanted follicles.
Cellular hair regeneration offers a remarkable solution to the problem. By encouraging follicular cells to reproduce themselves via a method ARI calls the Ji Gami™ process, practically an unlimited number of hair-generating cellular units can be produced. During this process, often called hair multiplication or hair cloning, a small piece of tissue is removed from the neckline. Cells are cultivated in controlled conditions where they are encouraged to multiply by the addition of proprietary growth media. When enough new cells are formed, they are returned to the scalp, where they are injected and elicit new hair growth and thickness, ultimately producing more hair than the client had before. Candidates for hair regeneration may no longer be limited by the number of hairs on their head. ARI envisions a time when crowns (vertex) can be covered with full, natural hair regardless of the degree of hair loss.
It should be noted that ARI treatments are entirely autologous. That means ARI only attempts to generate hair growth using the participant's own hair. No foreign growth media, such as plant- or animal-derived growth factors, are involved. When the cultivated hair cells are restored to the participant's scalp, he or she is only receiving his or her hair cells. This serum–free process delivers a degree of safety from complications unique to the field.
Please view our short video that explains the procedure in detail.