Stemoxydine Review: Stemoxydine vs Minoxidil

Mihai Voinea
Medically reviewed by Mihai Voinea Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) — Research analysis by Alex Eriksson

Are you at a loss on how to keep your head full of healthy hair? We understand how frustrating hair loss can be, and there are so many products that claim to be the answer. In this article, we do a stemoxydine review to see if this new therapy offers any real results.



Hair Loss Is Not Just a Vanity Concern

Having a full head of healthy hair isn’t just vanity. The state of your hair is an indication of your overall health. It may be an indication of a hormonal imbalance, a mineral/vitamin deficiency, a side effect of certain drugs, high stress levels and many other health issues.

Thinning hair and going bald can have a huge impact on health, especially on your social and mental health.

However, you can do something about hair loss problems. There are many treatment options available, natural supplements, stress management, medications, hair loss shampoos along with many other products.

What Is Stemoxydine?

This is an breakthrough active ingredient that helps promote higher hair density. Its molecular structure is different from the more popular hair loss treatment product minoxidil, but similar in effects.

Stemoxydine is a chemical patented by the L‘Oreal professional team specializing in hair restoration. It is designed for promoting hair regrowth. This compound has replaced aminexil in most of L’Oreal professional hair loss treatment products as the main active ingredient.​

The effectiveness of this compound has been tested in a double-blind study. Results showed that about 1500 new hairs will grow in just 90 days of continued use of the product.

This product seems to work by inducing hypoxia in stem cells, which appears to stimulate stem cells suspended in dormant phase, increase the overall amount of follicles and improve hair density. Once stimulated, the stem cells continue their activity and enter the anagen phase, and later the growth phase giving the end result; denser hair.

Stemoxydine is a topical solution designed for use by both man and woman.​ For people who don't get good results with minoxidil, stemoxydine can be a good alternative to try.

There's no observable stemoxydine side effects. No apparent danger is evident from the clinical study or from users of the product, making it a safe treatment for hair loss.

The effectiveness of this compound has been tested in a double-blind study. Results showed that about 1500 new hairs will grow in just 90 days of continued use of Stemoxydine.

How the Kérastase Densifique Hair Treatment Works

This product has 5% stemoxydine (stemoxydine 5) to work on maintaining hair density. This is an innovative product inspired by breakthrough stem cell research.

The Densifique formula targets  stem cells. This may lead to significant increase in the number of hairs per square centimeter. This formula also helps improve the appearance of your hair.

Kérastase Densifique Hair Treatment Set

The vitamins B6, B5 and B3 work together for faster natural hair growth. These vitamins work by boosting the activity of the hair follicles.

The formula also has polymer fiber. This texturizing polymer works instantly and has densifying effect on the hair fibers, making the hair visibly denser.

Hair develops more body and flexibility within 10 days of continued use. After 30 days of continued use, hair becomes even denser. By 3 months and onwards, continued use results in up to 1,700 new hair growths.​

Recommended Usage

Kerastase is used daily, 1 vial per day for 3 months. It is applied either on the scalp in the morning or in the evening. Apply on scalp and massage to distribute along the length of towel-dried or dry hair.

Things We Liked

  • Instant Densifying Results
  • As Effective as Minoxidil but Without Nasty Side Effects

Things We Didn't Liked

  • Expensive
  • New Hair Regrowth Appears Colorless but Will Darken and Thicken Overtime


Product Image credits: Amazon.com

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Alex Eriksson (Research Analysis)

Alex Eriksson is the founder of Anabolic Health, a men’s health blog dedicated to providing honest and research-backed advice for optimal male hormonal health. Anabolic Health aspires to become a trusted resource where men can come and learn how to fix their hormonal problems naturally, without pharmaceuticals.

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Mihai Voinea (Editor)

Mihai is a medical doctor and entrepreneur with a burning obsession for performance and health. Mihai is also an IronMan, ultramarathon runner, and co-founder of Marsilian, which owns two e-learning platforms for future medical students and doctors.





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