PTD.-DBM is a topical hair product which helps activate the Wnt-Beta-catenin pathway via inhibition of CXXC5. This particular pathway has been proven to help rescue DHT induced hair follicle miniaturization. CXXC-type zinc finger protein 5 (CXXC5) is a negative regulator of the Wnt/β-catenin pathway which has been associated with hair restoration and wound healing. Follicle development and formation can be impeded by CXXC5 binding with the protein Dishevelled. PTD-DBM is a very recently created peptide which interferes with the binding process of CXXC5 and Dishevelled. Studies have proven that PTD-DBM is significantly more effective at inducing hair neogenesis when combined with Valproic Acid, which stimulates the Wnt/β-catenin pathway when applied topically. This combination should be applied post-micro needling to take advantage of the follicle development that is induced naturally by the wound healing process.