Dr. Valerie Horsley, Dr. Craig Ziering, Fat Cells and Hair Growth

In recent years, various researchers have found a strong connection between hair cells and fat cells and their communication with each other.  I covered some of this in a post from last year.

Dr. Valerie Horsley

A year or so ago, I bookmarked a video from Dr. Valerie Horsley regarding the link between fat cells and hair cells on the scalp that I wanted to post on this blog, but postponed doing so after visiting the Horsley Laboratory (at Yale University) website and not seeing much on hair loss research developments in the news page.  I was waiting to post that video as part of a longer post also covering a recent news development, and today is finally the day.  First, since the video cannot be embedded, here is the link to it.  You can also read more about Horsley Lab’s findings here.

Dr. Craig Ziering

Now as far as the recent news development goes, it is not a newspaper item, but rather, an interesting new addition to a well known hair transplant surgeon’s product offerings.  Dr. Craig Ziering, who is based in the US, seems to have recently updated his UK website, and the following page was quite a surprise to me.  Dr. Ziering has apparently invented a trademarked “STEMULATION” device to separate stem cells from extracted body fat, which are then injected into the scalp to aid hair growth.  The webpage is not complete yet (a lot of “lorem ipsum” placeholder text in there), and there is not much on the page about studies that support this new procedure.  It also seems like the contents of that webpage disappeared and came back and then disappeared yet again and then got moved somewhere else and then disappeared again from the new location (I got some of these updates in the hair loss chat on this site)!! I am skeptical about this whole thing, but the EU has given Dr. Ziering a CE Mark that is required to sell or market a medical device.

3 thoughts on “Dr. Valerie Horsley, Dr. Craig Ziering, Fat Cells and Hair Growth”

  1. Could this be histogen? Zeiring worked with histogen.. It says one injection may last up to 5 years. And 85% of stopping hair loss. And will this treatment lose efficacy over time? Will the fat supply which is required be diminished and have a limit of extractions? Much like the limit of donor hair quantity?..
    Is it effective for temple loss?
    Even though no SEXUAL side effects. Are there still any side effects?Many questions need answering…
    The price?

  2. Histogen does not take your own cells. It just simulates hair growth. It seems pretty good. And they should be starting there phase III this year. Again in Japan. But Replicel seems or appears to have a permanent solution to pattern baldness. And they should be starting their phase II very soon. Again overseas..

  3. I recognize the name Craig Ziering. He worked out of Orlando Florida and then Tampa Florida as a hair transplant doctor. ( i had two procedures ) Luckily that was all as Propecia has kept me looking about the same since the early 90’s.
    He seemed like a stand up, honest, good guy, so I’m glad to see his name after all these years and see he is still fighting the ” good fight. ”

    I wish him luck for all our sakes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *