C60 Olive Oil for Hair Growth

C60 Olive Oil for Hair Growth

Hair loss is a problem that a lot of people have to deal with. Thinning hair can become a source of stress, lowered self-esteem, and a reduced sense of self-worth. Luckily, all hope is not lost. C60 for hair growth may offer a new and exciting way to address this problem.

Be sure to keep reading as we delve into the causes of hair loss and how Carbon 60 (C60) can potentially help.

Understanding the Causes of Hair Loss

Hair loss is a prevalent problem that affects a lot of people. It may surprise you that it can be caused by a wide array of factors.1 For instance, studies have found that the most common reason that a person loses their hair is due to their genetic makeup. 

Specifically, they inherited genes that cause their hair follicles to start shrinking and eventually stop producing hair. This can start as early as a person's teen years and progress from there. It should also be noted that while hereditary hair loss may be more common for males, it is also known to occur among females as well. 

Another common reason for hair loss is aging. As we age, certain biological processes and metabolism start slowing down or just stop altogether. This explains why our hair starts turning grayer and thinner over the years. 

Concurrent with genetic factors and aging, certain medical conditions are also known to cause hair loss. Additionally, hormonal imbalance and skin diseases can also lead to hair loss.

It is also worth noting here that it isn't just medical conditions that can lead to the loss of one's hair. We often forget that the after-effects of certain medical treatments can also lead to the same result. 

Finally, there is stress. When we find ourselves in overly stressful circumstances, be it physical or emotional, it is altogether common for hair loss to start happening. For instance, some women report experiencing their hair falling out in clumps during difficult pregnancies. The same can also happen after major surgeries as one's body recovers from the shock and trauma it had to undergo.

What is Carbon (C60)?

Now, it is time that we take a closer look at Carbon 60 (C60) and its properties. This quick overview should help shed some light on how C60 olive oil may address your hair loss problems.

C60, also known as BuckminsterFullerene, is a naturally-occurring molecule. While it is a fairly recent discovery, it is undeniably a major one that earned scientists Robert Curl, Harold Kroto, and Richard Smalley the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

C60 gets its name from the 60 carbon atoms that form a distinct spherical configuration, notably similar to that of a soccer ball. This peculiar molecular arrangement is crucial to C60's extraordinary properties. Now, many functional medicine and nutritional experts have become enamored with C60's unique structure as well as the associated potential health benefits and applications that come with it.

Specifically, C60 is among the most effective antioxidants that we know of. Studies have dubbed it as a free radical sponge.2 This is because it has an efficacy rate several hundred-fold higher than conventional antioxidants. 

Now, unless you are familiar with the conversations concerning health and wellness, then you might not be aware of these compounds. So, let's briefly explain.  On the one hand, unstable molecules known as free radicals can wreak havoc on our bodies, leaving irreparable damage to cells and tissues, exacerbating the effects of aging and potentially leading to diseases. If left unchecked, too many free radicals can lead to oxidative stress and inflammation. 

On the other hand, antioxidants combat free radicals and alleviate oxidative stress. Interestingly, due to its unique structure, C60 functions as a strikingly efficacious antioxidant.3 This is because it can accept and donate electrons from unstable atoms - enabling it to neutralize the otherwise harmful free radicals.4

Now, by neutralizing free radicals, C60 is also able to effectively improve mitochondrial efficiency and energy production at the cellular level. This means that not only can it lead to improved metabolic activities - including follicle and hair cell development.

C60 for Hair Growth

By understanding the properties of C60, it becomes easier to see its potential to support hair growth.5 Let us break it down: first, by acting as an antioxidant, it neutralizes free radicals and prevents oxidative stress. Remember that both of these act as major contributing factors to aging and its effects which include thinning hair.

Second, by acting as a catalyst for improved energy production at the cellular level, C60 supports the metabolic processes in follicles and may stimulate hair growth.

These have been confirmed in at least two studies that we know of. The results of these studies show that C60 encourages and potentiates hair growth. It should also be noted that a study conducted by a Japanese company reportedly resulted in 16% increased hair growth among its male test subjects after using C60.

C60  Avocado Oil, when applied topically, offers an exciting possibility for individuals suffering from hair loss. Rubbing it into one's scalp, it permeates the layers of skin into the hair follicles - which, in turn, may also support hair growth. 

With Carbon 60, there is a safe and natural way to support hair growth.


  1. https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/hair-loss/causes/18-causes
  2. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24409811/
  3. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/12264945_C60_Carboxyfullerene_Exerts_a_Protective_Activity_against_Oxidative_Stress-Induced_Apoptosis_in_Human_Peripheral_Blood_Mononuclear_Cells
  4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3816026/
  5. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19223242 

Ken Swartz is the founder and Chief Science Officer of C60 Power, a health and wellness company committed to delivering the highest quality Carbon 60 products available. Ken earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Arizona State University.