Clinical Studies

Nisim NewHair Biofactors - Clinical Study

BiopsyA Clinical Study on New Hair Biofactors ®

Performed by:
A.J. Farmilo, Ph.D.
M.A. Stratis, R.T.
H.L. Minuk, M.D. F.R.C.P.(C) A.B.I.M

A Clinical Study on a natural organic extract solution for the treatment of androgenic alopecia

BiopsyManaged by:
A.J. Farmilo, Ph.D.
M.A. Stratis, R.T.
H.L. Minuk, M.D. F.R.C.P.(C) A.B.I.M

Published in the Medical Post Vol. 29 pg 61 August 24, 1993


One-hundred and forty-eight participants with varying degrees of male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) participated in an open-ended study using an all natural compound solution to determine the effects of hair regrowth.

The participants were photographed and initial hair counts were done in a 2.5 cm diameter area of their balding scalp. After five months of treatment, the participants were re-photographed and hair counts were done on the same 2.5 cm diameter area of the scalp. The results indicate that 85.7% of the men in the study had an increase in their terminal hairs of 30% or greater. When evaluating the percent increase more closely, we find that we can break the data down into three separate groups:

FAST Shampoo - Clinical Study

"Efficacy and Tolerance Study of a shampoo/conditioner system to increase hair growth rate"

Study Number 10S-0802
December 22, 2010

Sponsored by Nisim International

Conducted by Evalulab
Marie-Laure Oula M.Sc., R&D Director
5475 Pare, Suite 206
Mont-Royal, Quebec, H4P 1P7

This is a summary report
Objective: The main objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of a shampoo/conditioner system to increase the rate of growth by non-invasive method, in this case by hair coloring and measurements of the roots every 42 days (6 weeks). The study involved 20 healthy female volunteers and was conducted over 3 periods of 42 days for a total of 18 weeks. The first period was the reference during which the volunteers followed their regular hair cleansing routine. During the other two periods, the volunteers had to apply the test treatment once per day. Rates of hair growth determined at different time points were compared to each other. The volunteers also evaluated the effects of the treatment on the rate of hair growth by completing a self assessment questionnaire.
The secondary objective of the study was to evaluate the customer acceptance and tolerance of the test products according to normal conditions of use.

Kalo Hair Growth Inhibitor - Clinical Study

Experimental treatment with Kalo Hair Growth Inhibitor - Conducted at the I. M. Sechenov Clinic, Moscow

There were 17 women under observation in the study, aged from 33-58 years old. All of the women in the study were suffering from abundant hair growth in various areas of the body. The women had been suffering from unwanted hair for between 13-35 years. All of the women studied had previously tried various methods of hair removal including (shaving, tweezing, electrolysis and various depilatory creams.) The frequency of the previous removal methods varied from every day to once a year.

Hair epilation in the course of the test was carried out in the I. M. Sechenov Clinic of Skin Diseases of Moscow Medical Academy (MMA) by means of application of "GiGi" Brand wax provided by Nisim International. Following the waxing Kalo Hair Inhibitor was applied in 3 applications with 15 minute intervals on the first day. Kalo was applied 3 times the following day with the same intervals.