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Bimatoprost (Lumigan) as a new Hair Loss Treatment?

Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by blondguy, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. kent1du69

    kent1du69 New Member

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    Sorry guys, the Bimatoprost story is over :http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/01/us-allergan-results-idUSBRE9400O620130501

    "A mid-stage trial of Allergan's hair loss treatment Bimatoprost Scalp also failed to provide sufficient efficacy to proceed to a late-stage study, and the company said it will be extending the mid-stage development program."

    Forget about when its coming to market. And if you bought some and it "seemed to work" then you were telling yourself what you wanted to hear. Like those guys who were putting the vag cream on their heads and insisting it was providing regrowth.
     
  3. Sparky4444

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    ...at this point, HT is the only way to go if you want something cosmetically acceptable to yourself...I've gotten sick of spraying crap on my head only to have hairloss slowed down, or sprout some wispy fine hairs...

    ...the next thing coming here will be the scarless FUE's, sometimes later this year....now the big thing there will be which doctors get on board with it...but with scarless FUE's, I don't see how anyone would ever be cue-ball bald again..sure it may not be all the way, but it would be enough to change your looks and how you feel about yourself...and it will also make you a lot more broke
     

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