Brotzu Lotion (trinov) Progress Pictures And Diary

JLC

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Members who purchase the Brotzu lotion (Trinov) please can you post pictures of your hair in this thread.
Can you post pictures before starting using the lotion and then as regularly as you can there after whilst using it.
Also if you want, your photos can be accompanied by a written diary of your experiance using the lotion.


I've started a thread here listing places where you can purchase the Brotzu Lotion (Trinov).
https://www.hairlosstalk.com/intera...and-where-to-buy-brotzu-lotion-trinov.118716/
 

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It would be great if someone/those with aggressive hairloss tried it. Then we will know if it works or not. If there is a clear reduction in shedding, that will speak for itself.
 
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Ok I’ve pre ordered 3 bottles and here are my starting photos. I'll be taking photos in the same lighting and position going forwards... My hairloss has become about x3 more aggressive over the past 18 months so it will be curious to see if Trinov reduces shedding. I think part of the reason for my loss accelerating is the onset of some health issues which are contributing to inflammation and hypothyroidism and accelerating the loss. I started microneeding with a derma roller 6 months ago and switched to Dermapen 2 months ago (no results for this yet).
I’ve been using minoxidil for about 8 years. I can’t take finasteride.
I wonder how effective brotzu might be for the hairloss relating the the health issues compared to purely genetic balding? Any thoughts?
Also - thoughts on what Norwood I am here?

I’ll keep this updated going forward but any results need to be with a pinch of salt as I’m microneedling.
 

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Arrade

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Ok I’ve pre ordered 3 bottles and here are my starting photos. I'll be taking photos in the same lighting and position going forwards... My hairloss has become about x3 more aggressive over the past 18 months so it will be curious to see if Trinov reduces shedding. I think part of the reason for my loss accelerating is the onset of some health issues which are contributing to inflammation and hypothyroidism and accelerating the loss. I started microneeding with a derma roller 6 months ago and switched to Dermapen 2 months ago (no results for this yet).
I’ve been using minoxidil for about 8 years. I can’t take finasteride.
I wonder how effective brotzu might be for the hairloss relating the the health issues compared to purely genetic balding? Any thoughts?
Also - thoughts on what Norwood I am here?

I’ll keep this updated going forward but any results need to be with a pinch of salt as I’m microneedling.
I hope you have fixed the health issues, that is number 1 to stop progression

Btw, treatment for hypothyroidism is often T4 medication which is listed to cause prolonged and excessive hairloss. I wound't take it, sometimes even causes women to have receding hairlines.

You should get your estrogen checked, minoxidil lowers DHT and elevated estrogen could be adding to your issues like thyroid
 

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I personally haven't tried it myself but a little aspirin (better than ibuprofren or tylenol) used daily could dramatically lower prostaglandins and inflammation.
 

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I hope you have fixed the health issues, that is number 1 to stop progression

Btw, treatment for hypothyroidism is often T4 medication which is listed to cause prolonged and excessive hairloss. I wound't take it, sometimes even causes women to have receding hairlines.

You should get your estrogen checked, minoxidil lowers DHT and elevated estrogen could be adding to your issues like thyroid

Thanks. I’m taking slow release T3. I thought this would help my hair if it’s supporting my thyroid function? All my hormones are low including estrogen. My DHT and 5ar came back high. I have heavy metals toxicity (primarily mercury and arsenic but also lead and aluminium). The detox process is hard on my body and I think that’s also contributing to the loss. Do you think the hair loss from these issues is reversible if I fix my health, compared to purely generic balding?
 

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Thanks. I’m taking slow release T3. I thought this would help my hair if it’s supporting my thyroid function? All my hormones are low including estrogen. My DHT and 5ar came back high. I have heavy metals toxicity (primarily mercury and arsenic but also lead and aluminium). The detox process is hard on my body and I think that’s also contributing to the loss. Do you think the hair loss from these issues is reversible if I fix my health, compared to purely generic balding?
I've never taken T3, I had a good conversion rate of T4 to T3. I wish I knew what difference taking T4 vs T3 has, if any.
I was hypo and never had any hairloss or thinning, but the medicine T4 caused balding and raised my estrogen which continued hairloss and downed hair quality even after quitting.

What's your TSH/ thyroid levels? I would not take the medicine personally, I have always felt much better not on it. There's also things that help fix it, like ashwagadha or turmeric.

Have you looked into using a Sauna? That's how they treat mercurity toxicity in the miners in spain, I would look into it for sure. COuld be your best option.

If it's hard on your body, it doesn't sound healhty, If it's causing hairloss it also sounds unhealthy. However I'm not a doctor I don't know what your detox method is.

As far as those conditions hairloss being reversible.. I suppose if it's not male pattern baldness then I think so. Thinning like your vertex I don't think would reverse
 

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boys, love the convo, but if we can please keep this thread on topic and strictly about Trinov use, results, and observations from this post onwards, that will help stop this thread from turning into every other thread on the topic of hair loss... a huge cluster f*** of nothingness related to the topic at hand. feel free to polute the sh*t out of the other brotion thread, i think theyre trying to break some post rrecords over there. go ham. :cool:
 

JLC

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Ok I’ve pre ordered 3 bottles and here are my starting photos. I'll be taking photos in the same lighting and position going forwards... My hairloss has become about x3 more aggressive over the past 18 months so it will be curious to see if Trinov reduces shedding. I think part of the reason for my loss accelerating is the onset of some health issues which are contributing to inflammation and hypothyroidism and accelerating the loss. I started microneeding with a derma roller 6 months ago and switched to Dermapen 2 months ago (no results for this yet).
I’ve been using minoxidil for about 8 years. I can’t take finasteride.
I wonder how effective brotzu might be for the hairloss relating the the health issues compared to purely genetic balding? Any thoughts?
Also - thoughts on what Norwood I am here?

I’ll keep this updated going forward but any results need to be with a pinch of salt as I’m microneedling.

Thanks @Renegade000
 

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